Registration Fees

 
2 DAY (FULL CONFERENCE) REGISTRATION
   By March 7, 2018 After March 7, 2018 After May 7, 2018
 ISSA or ISACA Member $245 $345 $400
 Non-Member $395 $495 $550
 Government Employee* $325 $425 $475
 Full Time Student* $125 $125 $125


*Two Day (Full Conference) Registration Fees include the following:  Opening Keynote and Reception and two-full
days of Education to include additional Keynotes and an offering of over 60 workshops session to choose from,
geared to meet your individual needs.  Also included: Two full breakfasts, two full lunches, breaks and reception.

 

1 DAY (WEDNESDAY OR THURSDAY) REGISTRATION
   By March 7, 2018 After March 7, 2018 After May 7, 2018
 ISSA or ISACA Member $175 $275 $300
 Non-Member $275 $375 $400
 Government Employee* $215
$315
$340
 Full Time Student* $75 $75 $75


*One Day Registration Fees include the following:  Keynote(s) on day of attendance and Reception on day of
attendance if applicable and an offering of  multiple workshops session to choose from, geared to meet your
individual needs.  Also included:  Breakfast, Lunch and breaks.

 

PRECONFERENCE (TUESDAY, MAY 8) REGISTRATION 

  2018 Pre-Conference Fee**
Full Day $275
Half Day $189
   
Both Half-Day Sessions $275


**These are in addition to the regular conference registration fees above (you must register for the full conference to attend
a PreConference Workshop).  Pre-conference day includes a continental breakfast, lunch and breaks.

 

Hotel Information

Should you require accommodations in downtown Denver, a limited block of rooms are being held at a special rate exclusively for RMISC.
 
Hyatt Place Denver/Downtown
440 14th Street
Denver, CO 80202 303-893-2900
 
The discounted rate is $179 plus tax. This rate will be available until the room block has filled or until April 16, 2018, whichever occurs first. Due to anticipated demand, it is suggested that you make your room reservations as soon as possible.
 
 
Or you may call the hotel directly at 303-893-2900 and reference the booking code: RMISC to confirm the special rate.
 

CPE Credits

Participation in the Tuesday PreConference sessions can earn you 3-8 CPE credits depending on the session selected.  You can earn up to 8 CPE credits per day on Wednesday and Thursday, May 9 & 10.
 

DRAFT AGENDA (Subject to Change)

Tuesday Agenda
 
Tuesday, May 8, 2018
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
PC1. Atomic Red Team Framework Training
Casey Smith and Tony Lambert
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
$189.00
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
PC2. Auditing Cybersecurity and Data Analytics in Audit
Michael Kostanecki
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
$275.00
PC3. Cryptocurrencies, Security and You
Jared Nishikawa
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
$275.00
PC4. Practical Dev(Sec)Ops
DJ Schleen
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
$275.00
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
PC5. CISO Leadership Forum
James Carder - LogRhythm, Julie Chickillo - Beeline; Robb Reck - Ping Identity and Alex Wood - Pulte Financial Services
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
$189.00
PC6. Cloud Security Training
Mohamed Malki
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
$189.00
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Welcome Reception and Job Fair in Exhibit Hall
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Wednesday Agenda
 
Wednesday, May 9, 2018
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM
Breakfast in the Exhibit Hall
8:00 AM - 9:15 AM
Keynote
Keynote Session with Lain Hensley
9:25 AM - 10:25 AM
App Sec
A1. Token Binding: Foundation for a More Secure Web
Incident Response
A2. There Now, That Wasn’t So Bad (How to Make Cyber Incidents Hurt Less)
Architecture/How-To
A3. PIE - An Active Defense PowerShell Framework for Phishing Defense
Emerging Trends
A4. Introducing the Colorado Threat Information Sharing (CTIS) Initiative
Security Stories
A5. Doing More With Less -- By Doing…Less?
Audit, Risk & Compliance
A6. Maturing Third-Party Risk Management
Vendor
A7. Probability in Security
Leadership
A9. Leadership at the Speed of Life
10:25 AM - 11:15 AM
Networking Break in Exhibit Hall
11:15 AM - 12:15 PM
App Sec
B1. Measuring Software Security Programs using BSIMM
Security Management
B2. Colorado CISO Panel
Architecture/How-To
B3. Analyzing the Kill Chain: How to Load Your Gun When You Can’t Buy a Silver Bullet
Emerging Trends
B4. Hunting for Cyber Threats Using Threat Modeling and Frameworks
Security Stories
B5. Lessons Learned from the Legal Trenches - What Happens When Law and Technology Collide
Audit, Risk & Compliance
B6. Combating Vulnerabilities as a Team
Vendor
B7. Deception - Lure, Detect, Defend
Vendor
B8. Identity-Driven Security
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Lunch
1:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Desserts in Exhibit Hall
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
App Sec
C1. Building Patterns for Secure Microservices, an Approach and Pattern Zero Candidate
Security Management
C2. Women in Security Panel: Trailblazers and Torchbearers
Architecture/How-To
C3. GreatSCT: Gotta Catch 'Em AWL (Application Whitelisting)
Emerging Trends
C4. Container Native Application Protection in a Cloud Native World
Security Stories
C5. Chasing LEAD, a Japanese APT Story
Audit, Risk & Compliance
C6. Math is Hard: Compliance to Continuous Risk Management
Vendor
C7. Investigate and Mitigate Potential Insider Threats
Vendor
C8.Security, Visibility, Automation for your Cloud & Network Infrastructure
3:15 PM - 4:15 PM
App Sec
D1. Detection as Code: Apply the Software Development Lifecycle to Your Blue Team
Incident Response
D2. This Way to the Dark Metaverse: Threatcasting Tomorrow’s Threats
Architecture/How-To
D3. Pen Test Data Science: Vulns, Metrics, Lions, Tigers, and Bears, Oh My
Emerging Trends
D4. The Myth of IoT Security
Security Stories
D5. Ransomware Recovery: How One City Got Through It
Audit, Risk & Compliance
D6. Taking Compliance to the Cloud (Tools and Techniques Using ISO Standards)
Vendor
D7. End The Dark Endpoint Epidemic With Absolute
Vendor
D8. Change is Simply an Act of Survival
4:30 PM - 5:15 PM
Keynote
Keynote Session with Dan Burns
Thursday Agenda
Thursday, May 10, 2018
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM
Breakfast in the Exhibit Hall
8:15 AM - 9:15 AM
Keynote
Keynote Session with Daniel Miessler
9:15 AM - 10:00 AM
Networking Break in Exhibit Hall
10:10 AM - 11:10 AM
App Sec
E1. Security in the Automated Pipeline; A Story of Fear, Perseverance and Triumph
Incident Response
E2. "I" Before "R" Except After "IOC"
Architecture/How-To
E3. AWS Security Best Practices
Emerging Trends
E4. Oil and Water DO Mix: Implementing Compliant Change Management in a CICD Environment
Soft Skills
E5. Managing Your Identity: Are You Limited, Limiting or Limitless?
Audit, Risk & Compliance
E6. GDPR . . . Separating Fact from Fiction
Vendor
E7. Minimizing the Detection to Recovery Timeframe
Vendor
E8. Digital Identity Authorities - the Key to Enterprise Cloud Transformation
11:15 AM - 12:15 PM
App Sec
F1. From Rogue One to Rebel Alliance: Building Developers into Security Champions
Incident Response
F2. 0 To Hero in 60 Weeks: How to Build a World Class IR Team
Architecture/How-To
F3. A Proven Method for Finding Targeted Attacks with Free and Open Source Tools
Emerging Trends
F4. The Secure Metamorphosis - Streaming Logs with Kafka and TLS
Soft Skills
F5. Human Hacking: The Psychology Behind Cybersecurity
Audit, Risk & Compliance
F6. GDPR Impacts on Incident Response
Vendor
F7. The “Zero Trust” Model for Cyber Security
Vendor
F8. Incident Response Preparedness for Executives
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Lunch
1:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Desserts in Exhibit Hall
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Vendor
G8. Yes, You Can Get Burned When Its Cloudy
App Sec
G1. Rock Your Next Web Application Penetration Test
Audit, Risk & Compliance
G3. Realistic Cyber Security Practices – Conducting Cyber Security Assessments
Emerging Trends
G4. The Evolution of a Hack for Financial Gain: CryptoJacking, CryptoCurrencies, and Blockchains
Security Management
G5. Persuasion Techniques for Selling Security – No Really
Audit, Risk & Compliance
G6. SecDevOps: Auditing Security at Scale
Vendor
G7. Turtles, Trust and The Future of Cybersecurity
Escape Room
Living Security Escape Room
3:15 PM - 4:15 PM
Vendor
H8. How Targeted Attacks Such as Phishing and Ransomware Break Through Traditional E-mail Security
App Sec
H1. Would You Like to Play a (Security) Game?
Security Management
H2. Inside Cyber Balance Sheets: Communicating Cyber Risks to Your Executives
Architecture/How-To
H3. Blowing up the 16-Digit Gold Mine
Emerging Trends
H4. Business Ramifications of Proposed State and Federal Cybersecurity Legislation
Security Stories
H5. Evolving Pentesting to Create Measurable Defensive Improvements
Audit, Risk & Compliance
H6. SOC 2, COSO, and ISO 27001 Walked Into a Bar – What Happened?
Vendor
H7. Cybercriminal Operations Revealed
4:15 PM - 5:15 PM
Keynote
Keynote Session with Phil Palisoul
5:15 PM - 5:45 PM
Lite Reception & Prize Drawings