An increasing number of institutions are recognizing the need to log network data in large volume and to analyze the data efficiently to detect sophisticated network intrusion attempts affecting their network space.
BiographyKathleen Kimball has over twenty-five years experience in systems research, development, test and evaluation, and in the security aspects of networked information systems. Ms. Kimball began her career as a project officer for the development of an early field-deployable system for tactical all-source intelligence processing. Upon leaving military service, Ms. Kimball held increasingly responsible positions in industry to include software and systems engineering technical and management positions with RCA Automated Systems Division, System Planning Corporation, Ultrasystems Defense and Space and the MITRE Corporation. Ms. Kimball has been at Penn State since 1993, where her duties include development and implementation of University-wide computer and network policies, analysis of the security aspects of evolving technologies, security incident response and security education and training for the University community.
HEISC PCI DSS Working Group
HEISC Technologies, Operations, and Practices WG
Systems Security Taskforce Detection, Prevention & Response
HEISC Executive Committee
HEISC Advisory Committee
Privacy Paper Task Force