Interhack Presents Incident Response Case Study to Central Ohio ISSA
Columbus, OH—Computer science expert Matthew Curtin presents a data breach incident response case study for the Central Ohio Information Systems Security Association (COISSA) at J. Liu Restaurant in Worthington on October 17, 2012 at 7:45A.M.
The case study examines how a $3 billion organization found a domain administrator account that appeared to be connected with a key $300 million project. When the leadership of that project did not know about the account, the organization's incident response team took action. In this case study Curtin considers how the organization used its internal and external resources to manage a response, analyzing log data, managing the spread of the backdoor with anti-malware tools, and analyzing dozens of machines forensically to find the person responsible for the privilege escalation.
Matthew Curtin is the Founder of Interhack Corporation, a professional services firm providing computer expertise for enterprises and for use in adjudication. He works extensively in the area of incident response and litigation involving electronic data. As an expert witness, he has provided opinion used by federal and state courts to understand the meaning of electronic information.
Since 1989 Central Ohio ISSA has provided a venue for its 230+ members to share knowledge and enhance professional growth via education, training, networking and promoting management practices that ensure the availability, confidentiality, and integrity of information resources.
Interhack aids executives and attorneys facing challenges and opportunities involving the use of information. We perform security and privacy assessments, as well as services to work with data in legal proceedings. Our work is used to find the right questions to ask and the best answers science can provide. Based in Columbus, Ohio, Interhack supports clients all over North America. Additional information about Interhack is available at web.interhack.com.