Exclusive Event: Insights from Ethical Hacking

Register for this exclusive LaSalle Network event, Insights from Ethical Hacking, on Wednesday, March 31, 2021 from 9-10 a.m. CT.

LaSalle Network Exclusive Event:
Insights from Ethical Hacking

Wednesday, March 31, 2021 | 9-10 a.m. CT

Join Security experts from around the country for an exclusive virtual event hosted by LaSalle Network on Wednesday, March 31st from 9 – 10 am CT.

Speaker and #1 best-selling author of Hackable: How to Do Application Security Right, Ted Harrington will share his insights from nearly two decades of helping hundreds of companies fix tens of thousands of security vulnerabilities, including Google, Amazon and Netflix.

Ted will close the session with a fireside chat, and will be joined by James Holley, former Chief Information Security Officer at Caterpillar, and currently the Managing Director in the Cybersecurity practice at Ernst & Young.


During Insights from Ethical Hacking, you will learn:

  • What it means to “think like a hacker”
  • The 6 stage process attackers (and ethical hackers) go through to find exploitable vulnerabilities
  • What to do about it




About the Speakers:

Ted Harrington is the #1 best selling author of HACKABLE: How to Do Application Security Right, and the Executive Partner at Independent Security Evaluators (ISE), the company of ethical hackers famous for hacking cars, medical devices, web applications, and password managers. Ted has been featured in more than 100 media outlets, including The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, and Forbes. His team founded and organizes IoT Village, an event whose hacking contest is a three-time DEF CON Black Badge winner.



James Holley has 30 years of professional experience in a wide variety of enterprise security risk domains. At Caterpillar, James had global responsibility for information security risk management and multiple wholly owned subsidiaries. He led the enterprise’s 4-year Information Security Transformation to mature Caterpillar’s capability to inventory and protect its most valuable information, detect and respond to information security risk events, educate employees on information security threats, and provide governance of the global information security risk management program. James also spearheaded the effort to establish Caterpillar’s Connected Asset Security Program focused on embedding security and privacy requirements and capabilities into Caterpillar’s globally deployed fleet of connected machines as well as the New Product Introduction process. James regularly briefed the Audit Committee of the Board of Directors on Caterpillar’s information security program and prepared Caterpillar’s Chief Information Officer to update the Audit Committee on topics of special interest. James is currently the Managing Director in the Cybersecurity practice at Ernst & Young.

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