Risk is one of the elements that is overlooked when discussing performance monitoring or capacity management. Risk is best understood by the concept of vulnerability versus convenience. This presentation demonstrates how performance monitoring and capacity planning deals with this correlation.
Presented by Chris Greco, PMI-ACP, PMP, CISSP, CySA plus, CTT, ASEP
Chris Greco is a retired Air Force Intelligence Officer with over 40 years of project management experience, most of it in the Information Technology arena. Chris has served in various management positions in academia, government, and private industry. In 2002, he used innovative techniques to use an existing performance monitoring system as a “faux” anti-virus detection system to successfully battle the NIMDA virus, which had attacked government systems. In 2014, he published of the first children’s books on cybersecurity, in 2016 he was selected as one of the winners of the CMG Mullin Award, and in 2017 won the Information Security Leadership Award (ISLA) for the United States (www.isc2.org). He has written and presented a variety of books and articles on cybersecurity, focusing on how vulnerabilities can be mitigated using simple but effective techniques.