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The Virginia Alliance for Secure Computing and Networking (VASCAN) exists for the purpose of strengthening information technology security programs within the Commonwealth of Virginia.


 Getting to the Roots:  Cyber Security in Action


Chris Goodson, US Manager for Higher Education at Amazon Web Services will be this year's conference keynote.


TRACK SESSIONS will be available on both days.  Here's a sample:

Crypto Ransomware:  Why is a billion dollar industry?

Securing AWS Accounts:  Design Patters, Control Strategies and Best practices

DevOps Toolset Landscape

Strengthening Your Organization's Cyber Security Posture with the CIS Controls and Open Source Tools

GitOps: Including Testing Configuration/Code for Intent and Security

Monitoring and Alerting with Prometheus

Third-Party Vendor Assessments

Shifting Left with App Sec

Strong Roots, Strong Trees:  Implementing CIS Control 1

Security Operations from a GRC Practitioner’s Perspective

...and more.


Chris Casto, Solutions Architect, Solutions Architect, Amazon Web Services Worldwide Public Sector (WWPS) Education and Jianjun Xu, another AWS Solutions Architect will lead attendees through a day-long session covering cloud security principles and specific security services in AWS.  Topics will include: the Shared Responsibility Model, AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM), Control Tower, Landing Zone, CloudWatch, CloudTrail, GuardDuty, and others.

For a current and more detailed program suitable for mobile, go to:  https://vascan2019.sched.com/   

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