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Principal, Cybersecurity, at EY
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Shelley Westman is currently a Principal/Partner at EY in its Cybersecurity practice, where she has been since joining EY in September 2017. Prior to EY, Shelley served as Senior Vice President, Alliances & Field Operations at Protegrity, where she stayed for about a year. Most notably, Shelley spent 18 years with IBM, ending her time with them as Vice President, Operations & Strategic Initiatives, IBM Security. As part of this role, Shelley led the University Programs for IBM Security and was involved in several IBM boards and committees on hiring and skills. She was the founder of "WISE" — Women in Security Excelling, an IBM group devoted to advancing women in security. Prior to joining IBM, she practiced law in Raleigh for five years, concentrating her practice in the area of civil litigation.

In 2016, Shelley was appointed to a three-year term on the Board on Higher Education & Workforce for the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering & Medicine. She is a 2016 Honoree of "40 over 40" and received a 2016 Executive Women's Forum Women of Influence Award in the category of Security Corporate Practitioner.

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Navigating Security in the Cloud
Diya Jolly, Chief Product Officer, Okta,  12/4/2019
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PUBLISHED: 2019-12-06
In userman 13.0.76.43 through 15.0.20 in Sangoma FreePBX, XSS exists in the User Management screen of the Administrator web site. An attacker with access to the User Control Panel application can submit malicious values in some of the time/date formatting and time-zone fields. These fields are not b...
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PUBLISHED: 2019-12-06
In userman 13.0.76.43 through 15.0.20 in Sangoma FreePBX, XSS exists in the user management screen of the Administrator web site, i.e., the/admin/config.php?display=userman URI. An attacker with sufficient privileges can edit the Display Name of a user and embed malicious XSS code. When another user...
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PUBLISHED: 2019-12-06
In SecureWorks Red Cloak Windows Agent before 2.0.7.9, a local user can bypass the generation of telemetry alerts by removing NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM permissions from a malicious file.
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PUBLISHED: 2019-12-06
SROS 2 0.8.1 (which provides the tools that generate and distribute keys for Robot Operating System 2 and uses the underlying security plugins of DDS from ROS 2) leaks node information due to a leaky default configuration as indicated in the policy/defaults/dds/governance.xml document.
CVE-2019-19627
PUBLISHED: 2019-12-06
SROS 2 0.8.1 (after CVE-2019-19625 is mitigated) leaks ROS 2 node-related information regardless of the rtps_protection_kind configuration. (SROS2 provides the tools to generate and distribute keys for Robot Operating System 2 and uses the underlying security plugins of DDS from ROS 2.)