Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Cyber Security Strategies Summit: Security in a Digital World

Join us at the Cyber Security Strategies Summit the 10-12 of May 2011 at the Kellog Conference Center in Washington DC.

Education is the key to navigating the security landscape, whether you are managing new initiatives, implementing new programs or designing new technologies, being informed is the deciding factor in winning the cyber war.

The Cyber Security Strategies Summit will focus on education in a digital world of uncertainty.

Tailored to a wide spectrum of stakeholders, the Cyber Security Strategies Summit presents value to small business, enterprise and Government security officers across every vertical.

Topics being covered at the Cyber Security Strategies Summit will include:

  • Risk management techniques.

  • Information protection and privacy

  • Employee compliance and standards

  • Operation and security in the cloud

  • Mobile evolution and impact

  • Law enforcement and forensics

The event will offer the ideal environment for knowledge sharing and networking opportunities, while providing a stage for education.

ENTERPRISE: The enterprise security track is driven by industry case studies. Security experts from major companies will be presenting best practices in Cyber Security and Data Protection. Delegates that work in the private sector and would like to bring home new techniques and programs that are being implemented by other corporations should attend the enterprise track.

GOVERNMENT: Cyber security has become one of the most crucial issues facing the stability of our nation. Government agencies need to be equipped with the most up to date information available in the security environment. The Government track will discuss data protection, legislation, privacy and defending our nation against internal, international and terrorist threats.

MOBILE: The influx of smartphones is not just a convenient advancement in our daily lives; it is paradigm shift in our corporate and government security initiatives. The Mobile revolution is in full swing and integration is imperative. The mobile track will address delegates in both enterprise and government, with educational presentations of strategies and risks that will enable your organization to securely adapt to the changing tide.

CLOUD: The risks vs rewards of cloud computing is an imperative conversation to have, and at the center of it all is security. Is the cloud secure? Should we trust it? And how do we make the move safely? The hot button subject will be thoroughly addressed, with discussions that prove to be pertinent for both enterprise and government security officers.

  • Darin Andersen (Event Chair) - Chief Operating Officer at ESET

  • Ron Baklarz - Chief Information Security Officer at Amtrak

  • Patricia Titus - VP and Global Chief Information Security Officer at Unisys

  • Jim Christy - Special Agent, Director of Future Exploration at the Department of Defense Cyber Crime Center

  • Bob Samson - Director of Information Protection and Privacy at Marriott

  • Patrick Howard - Chief Information Security Officer at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission

  • Stacy Arruda - Supervisory Special Agent at the FBI Cyber Crime Unit

  • Wade Baker - Director of Risk Intelligence at Verizon Business

  • John Johnson - Security Program Manager at John Deere

  • Rick Harris - -Chief of Future Operations US-CERT, National Cyber Security Division at DHS

  • Richard H.L. Marshall - Director of Global Cyber Security Management National Cyber Security Division at DHS

  • Sol Bermann - Lead Privacy Policy Development, Business Continuity, User Advocacy at the University of Michigan

  • Eric S. Green - President of ELG Consulting
    Adam Meyers - Director of Cyber Security Intelligence at SRA International
    Jay Leek - VP of International Security at Equifax