Public-speaking


Security in Blackboard Learn: Product Security Roadmap and the Big Picture

Date: July 9, 2013
Location: Las Vegas, NV
Venue: BbWorld 2013 [conference book]
Presentation: Not available since this was the product roadmap and included forward-looking statements - you had to be there!
Description
Stephanie Tan will discuss the Blackboard Learn™ Product Security Roadmap and how it fits into the big picture of Security in a mission-critical ecosystem that runs your business. She will highlight what Blackboard Learn does to protect its data, what the IT Department is responsible for, and what end users should do to protect themselves. Stephanie will provide a retrospective on how Blackboard Learn’s Security Program has evolved and insight into where it goes next. Current and prospective customers, whether self hosted or manage hosted, will receive a big-picture overview of how Blackboard stays vigilant against evolving security threats.

Mission-Critical: Security for Blackboard Learn - New Security Controls, Secure Configuration and Application-level Monitoring

Date: July 8, 2013
Location: Las Vegas, NV
Venue: BbWorld 2013 [conference book]
Description
What’s the big picture for Security Controls in Blackboard Learn™ within the Security Ecosystem? And how do the security topics in this conference fit into this picture? Stephanie Tan will highlight new and recently changed Security Controls in Blackboard Learn with live demos and software upgrade considerations, best practices for a secure Blackboard Learn configuration, and how to leverage new security logs for forensics and situational awareness. She will discuss how Blackboard Learn’s Security Program has evolved since she first came to BbWorld® in 2011. Walk away knowing how to fine-tune your Blackboard Learn platform, whether self hosted or managed hosted, in order to protect it from security threats appropriate to your organization.

Product Security Roadmap for Blackboard Learn

Date: June 18, 2013
Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
Venue: Leiden University
Presentation: Not posted
Descriptionhttps://blackboardusergroup.weblog.leidenuniv.nl/2013/06/

Secure Building Block Development & Verification

Date: July 9, 2012
Location: Las Vegas, NV
Venue: BbWorld 2012
Presentation: Not yet posted
Description
Stephanie Tan, Blackboard LearnDirector of Product Security, will discussrecommended best practicesfor a secure building block developmentfor Blackboard Learn. She will discuss how to make steps towards releasing a secure building block. Topics will include security requirements,secure
design principles,secure coding guidelines, and security testing tools and techniques.

Mission-Critical: Secure Configuration of Blackboard Learn and Upcoming Changes to Blackboard Learn Security Controls

Date: July 9, 2012
Location: Las Vegas, NV
Venue: BbWorld 2012
Presentation: Not available since the presentation included forward-looking statements
Description
Stephanie Tan, Blackboard Learn Director of Product Security, will discuss recommended best practices for a secure building block development for Blackboard Learn. She will discuss how to make steps towards releasing a secure building block. Topics will include security requirements, secure design principles,secure coding guidelines, and security testing tools and techniques.


Blackboard Security Reference Architecture, Secure Configuration of Learn, Logging & Monitoring, & Vulnerability Management

Date: July 12, 2011
Location: Las Vegas, NV
Venue: BbWorld 2011
Presentation: Not available since the presentation included forward-looking statements
Description
This session will introduce our audience to the Blackboard Security Reference Architecture, which is an initiative to roadmap, create, and publish certified best practices for both Secure Configuration and Secure Deployment of Learn. In this session our speaker will discuss best practices to securely configure Learn Release 9.1.

Introduction to the Blackboard Learn Security Program

Date: July 12, 2011
Location: Las Vegas, NV
Venue: BbWorld 2011
Presentation: Not available since the presentation included forward-looking statements
Description
Stephanie Tan, Blackboard Learn Director of Security Engineering will discuss how Blackboard internally deals with security, our security vision and roadmap, and our vulnerability management program. This session will discuss the new Security Reference Architecture initiative, Vulnerability Management program, overall Security Program and Vision, and Security Community.

Assessing Trusted Network Access Control Cost-Benefit Factors

Date: October 24, 2006
Location: Philadelphia, PA
Venue: WESII 2006 - The Workshop on the Economics of Securing the Information Infrastructure
Paper: Download PDF
Presentation: Too long ago!

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