Access Controls are arguably the most important security controls that any company (small, large) and individual should pay close attention to. If someone has the “keys to your house”, there is usually nothing standing in their way of coming in. During this talk we will discuss how to implement access controls in your personal life and professional career, as well as compensating controls that could reduce the risk of just any person walking into your house unannounced and uninvited!Presenter, Jessica Hoffman, CISSP, has almost 20 years of IT experience and 15 years in cybersecurity. Eight of those years were served at the federal Department of Health and Human Services (“DHHS”), Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (“CMS”) in various IT roles that were instrumental in the implementation of the Affordable Healthcare Act and Federally Facilitated Marketplace (“Obamacare”). She has dedicated her career to safeguarding millions of Americans’ Personally Identifiable Information (“PII”), Protected Healthcare Information (“PHI”), and Federal Tax Information (“FTI”). These data sets are of great interest to advocacies attempting to mine or exploit data for political and/or financial gain. Jessica has taught cybersecurity classes at Harrisburg University and Penn State. She is a graduate of Bloomsburg University and currently serves as the Deputy Chief Information Security Officer (“CISO”) for the City of Philadelphia.
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