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August CISO Forum Las Vegas, NV 2019


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Disruptive and Emerging Technologies - Staying Ahead of the Risk

Date: August 4-5, 2019
Location: Las Vegas, NV

According to Storage Review.com, in 2017, IBM was able to demonstrate storing 1 bit of data on an atom. “This is a major development in terms of data storage density. An example IBM gives is that an iTunes library of 35 million songs will be able to be stored in a space no larger than a credit card.”

A 2017 Wired Magazine article identified breakthroughs in medical technology which are providing benefits and significant risks to manufacturers, medical practices and especially the patients who use them. “Medical devices with features—like wireless connectivity, remote monitoring, and near-field communication tech—allow health professionals to adjust and fine tune implanted devices without invasive procedures. That's a very good thing.”

CISOs must continually help their organization balance the needs of the business with the risks new and emerging technologies bring. Technology providers must constantly evaluate emerging technologies, forecast their impact, and be ready for new opportunities in order to succeed.

This ISSA Executive CISO Forum will introduce topics that will get you uniquely informed and updated on today’s advanced technology trends that are impacting your business. We will also discuss how to produce a strategic plan to minimize risk and stay ahead of rapid change and of the competition.

Please invite other executives from your company to participate as guests and contribute to the event and discussions. We look forward to seeing you in Vegas!

Warm regards,

Marc Thompson 

ISSA Executive Director

Registration

Type Fees and Benefits Registration Link
ISSA CISO Executive Members

Complimentary meeting registration and one complimentary night of hotel accommodations*

click here to register

learn about CISO Executive Membership here
First Time Guests Complimentary meeting registration click here to apply
(attendance is subject to approval)
Returning Guests $400 click here to apply**
(attendance is subject to approval)

*CISO Member is responsible for making his or her own hotel reservations. Reservations must be made at the host hotel in the ISSA room block to qualify for complimentary one (1) night lodging.

**Upon verification of eligibility, guest will be invoiced for the $400 registration fee

 

Hotel

Venue:
Luxor Hotel & Casino
3900 Las Vegas Blvd S.
Las Vegas, NV. 89119

Click here to reserve your room at the Luxor Hotel & Casino. The daily rate ranges from night to night however the average rate is $81.66 plus resort fee and state and local taxes. Reservations are available until June 26, 2019 or until the block sells out, whichever comes first. Space is limited.

Transportation:
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Agenda

August 4, 2019

Opening Reception & Dinner
Presenter: David Masson, Director of Enterprise Security, Darktrace
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Cyber AI in Action: Regaining the Advantage

A new generation of cyber-threat has emerged, characterized by fast-moving attacks that cause damage in seconds. Security teams can’t be everywhere, and even when present, they can’t investigate threats in minutes let alone respond in time. Hundreds of organizations are now deploying self-learning cyber AI to fight back and regain the advantage. In this session, learn about AI analysts deployed in production environments and technology that stop attacks once every 3 seconds across cloud, email, networks, and IoT.


August 5, 2019

Registration and Breakfast
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM


Opening Comments and Welcome Address
9:30 AM - 9:45 AM


Presenter:  John Yeoh, Global Vice President of Research, Cloud Security Alliance

9:45 AM - 10:45 AM

The Futurescape of Cloud 

The cloud landscape has become more complex causing organizations to address the security needs for tomorrow’s environments. As technologies rapidly evolve for cloud, we must learn to securely manage the data sprawl that ranges across these emerging technologies and multi-cloud usage. Learn about the technology trends that are impacting how we connect to new resources and better understand how to adapt new methodologies for secure agile development and processing of data. Get ahead of standards development by implementing tomorrow’s best practices and best known methods for security.


Networking Break
10:45 AM - 11:15 AM


Executive Roundtables - Discussion
11:15 AM - 12:30 PM

Break into groups of your peers for brainstorming sessions. Highlights from each table will be openly discussed with the full group at the end of the roundtables.

Topics to include:

  • Adopting new IoT
  • Cyber-currency
  • Digitization of the business
  • How to replace the password (new authentication schemes)
  • Chasing the DevSecOps Unicorn

Networking Lunch
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM


Executive Roundtables - Presentations
1:30  PM - 2:45 PM

Break into groups of your peers for brainstorming sessions. Highlights from each table will be openly discussed with the full group at the end of the roundtables.


Networking Break
2:45 PM - 3:15 PM


Presenter:  Tony ColeChief Technology Officer, Attivo Networks
3:15 PM - 4:15 PM

A Short Masterclass on Deception

System compromises continue to accelerate in every vertical regardless of the spend on preventative technologies. In fact Cybersecurity Ventures estimates the global spend for the five year period 2017 to 2021 to exceed $1 Trillion US dollars. During this session topics covered will include: what is cyber deception, how it impacts an enterprise, how its deployed, and why NIST and Gartner are both recommending deception as an integral component of a detection strategy to quickly identify and mitigate the impact of these significant breaches.


Sponsor Prize Drawing
4:15 PM - 4:45 PM


 Cybersecurity Woman of the Year 2019 Awards Gala

6:30 PM-11:00 PM



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