Daily Safety Check allows companies to protect their employees computers and therefore close the security holes that cyber criminals use to access corporate networks.
(PRWEB) June 29, 2012
Jim Mckenney, founder of Daily Safety Check, a computer security service for home and small business computers, will speak at the GovSec computer security conference on October 7 in Texas.
Jim will present on the next generation of computer security threats, Complex Adaptive Threats (CAT's). CAT's go beyond Advanced Persistent Threats to build deep networks of compromised computers with trusted credentials.
McKenney will be presenting on how companies can protect their networks from such threats. But one of the critical elements of CAT's is a network of compromised computers with low security. Daily Safety Check allows companies to protect their employees computers and therefore close the security holes that cyber criminals use to access corporate networks.
Jim McKenney, MBA, CISA, CISM, GSNA, GPEN. has over 12 years experience in protect high risk banking systems, authored several malware analysis and security papers and regularly speaks at IT & business events. Jim developed a Rapid Response Incident Response Model to counter targeted advanced persistent threats in enterprises and works diligently to provide effective security solutions for home and small businesses in today’s environment.
Typical speaking topics include APT detection & handling, opportunistic threats education, malware analysis (botnets), risk management, practical techniques and steps to protect organizations. Rapid Response Incident Response Models.
To interview Jim Mckenney about Complex Adaptive Threats, please contact media(at)dailysafetycheck(dot)com.