Description: PDF :- http://www.shmoocon.org/2012/presentations/Toby_Kohlenberg_Rethinking%20Secur...
We have a problem; attackers are getting better and better, users are getting more demanding and stupid and the computing models are getting more complex and obfuscated. With that in mind a small group of us got together and started imagining what it would look like if we redesigned our IT security architecture from scratch. Then we figured out how we could get from where we were to that idyllic future state. We have persuaded Intel's management that this is a good idea and have begun implementing the steps necessary to get to the new architecture. We've also started talking to vendors and encouraging them to create the solutions we are going to need. This talk will be about the general approach, but specifically about the challenges we are running into and the areas we are seeing significant activity around.
Toby is a senior information security technologist for Intel Corporation. He has worked on a large number of different technologies in the information security space. His primary job is new technology evaluation, penetration, and defense. He has the distinction of having had more shmooballs thrown at him than any other non-speaker.
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