Campbell McKenzie is a forensic technology expert, cyber security consultant and Director of Incident Response Solutions.
Incident Response Solutions assists clients prepare for, respond to and recover from the risks associated with cyber-crime and other misconduct matters.
Examples of his current work include:
Topic: A Deep Dive Into The R+R Of The NIST Cyber Security Framework
The NIST Cyber Security Framework (CSF) was designed to improve the cybersecurity of critical infrastructure, provide guidance for individual organisations; and to increase the cybersecurity posture of critical infrastructure as a whole.
Providing the first three functions of Identify, Protect and Detect are well managed, then the need to undertake actions defined under the Respond and Recover (R+R) functions shouldn’t be required. But what if they are? What practical examples can you draw from in order to prepare your organisation for a cyber incident?
Fortunately, it is difficult to gain real world experience of the workings of a cyber incident. The purpose of this session is to share case studies and practical tips from a forensic examiner who has assisted numerous New Zealand organisations respond to and recover from actual incidents, so that you can be better prepared.
For educational and entertainment purposes, Air Traffic Safety will be used as an analogy using excerpts from the events of Flight 1549 (the aircraft which Captain "Sully" safely landed on the Hudson River following dual engine loss).