Tuesday, April 21 | 11:45AM–12:45PM | International F (6th floor)
These days, with washing machines on the network, incident response is different than it was 10 years ago. We used to block machines, users, or switch ports, then send an e-mail to whomever we hoped was the right person and wait. Now, with 802.1x, dynamic VLANs, and everyone wanting self-service everything, incident response has evolved. The presentation will review tools and automation that have improved incident response at IU in three specific ways: decreasing detect-to-block times, improving the ability to track down users and computers, and allowing end-user self-service remediation.
Incident Response Manager, Lead Security Analyst, Indiana University Bloomington