Wed, 2013-12-04 13:00
DON’T FORGET!!! Our next meeting is scheduled for NEXT WEDNESDAY, December 4th at Cisco from 1-4 p.m. We will be conducting our annual elections to the Eastern Chapter Executive Board so your attendance is important!
As always, we have two great presenters lined up to speak. I’ve personally heard Jim Payne speak on two occasions. You don’t want to miss him!
Don’t forget to register!!! http://www.ncinfragard.org/calendar.asp?mn=2&action=viewevent&eventid=131
Title: Determined Human Adversaries: Mitigations
This presentation is delivered based on the experiences of the Microsoft Security Incident Response teams. It covers the general profile / pattern seen through Microsoft working with customers in response to directed cyber attacks. In particular where determined human adversaries have targeted an entity. High level, architectural mitigations will be discussed point for point in review of the pattern of attack. Technical Security Incident Response Engineers will be on hand to participate in the discussion and answer questions.
Sr. Serviceability Program Manager
Management & Security Division
Title: Determining potentially dangerous combinations within businesses
Lee Peacock is a District Supervisor with the Compliance Bureau of the North Carolina Department of Labor Division of Occupational Safety and Health. During his sixteen years with the agency, he has held multiple positions such as Safety Compliance Officer 1, Senior Safety Compliance Officer, and Health Compliance Officer 1. Through the years, he has conducted numerous workplace fatality, accident, high profile and extremely technical investigations and has served as team leader on several large scale incidents including workplace explosions, toxic chemical releases, explosive devices, construction of skyscrapers, and the Time Werner Cable Area.
Lee has also served as the Western Team Leader for the Emergency Response Homeland Security Team and is a member of the Process Safety Management team which deals with highly hazardous chemicals. During his tenure, he assisted the recovery and clean-up efforts at Ground Zero after 9/11, Hurricane Katrina, and other natural disasters to ensure the safety and health of the first responders, contractors, volunteers, and the local community. Prior to joining NCOSH, Mr. Peacock was a Regional Safety Manager with Food Lion and directly responsible for the safety and health of employees located in 180 stores and one distribution center. Mr. Peacock has also served twenty-two years in the Marine Corps Reserves including two combat tours and retired at the rank of Gunnery Sergeant. Mr. Peacock has a Bachelor’s of Science in environmental health from Western Carolina University, a Bachelor’s of Technology in Industrial Technology from Appalachian State University, and Associates in Aviation Management from Guilford Technical Community College.