8:00–9:00AM Registration & Continental Breakfast & Exhibits
9:00—9:05AM Welcoming Remarks
9:05-9:55AM CISO Roundtable: What’s Really on Your Cybersecurity Agenda?
From incident response and compliance to security awareness and fraud, many are the concerns that demand the attention of the CISO. However, the true priorities of a security strategy are revealed by what security-related projects get funded, and which do not. In this panel, security experts and practicing CISO’s will candidly discuss their “now” projects in response to the cybersecurity challenges to their organizations. Top security professionals who work in a variety of industries will share benchmarking insights about what they are implementing today, in comparison to this time last year-- and what they expect still lies ahead.
Moderator: Risé Jacobs, SVP & CTO, Astoria Bank
10-10:30 Exhibits and Snacks
10:30-11:00AM Not Hacked: A Victim’s Eye-view of a Mobile Takedown Attempt
Scott King, Director of Marketing, Zimperium
11:00- 11:45AM Exhibits & Snack Break
11:45AM–12:35PM If You Can Measure It, You Can Improve It: The New Metrics of Cybersecurity Risk
Measuring and reporting cybersecurity risk with today’s threat landscape blurs the boundaries between business risk, security and IT governance. In this panel we bring together innovative security vendors and IT risk professionals who are on the cutting edge of developing quantitative metrics for cybersecurity. They may have different approaches and reporting structures, but they share a common objective: to calibrate risk even as threats to security evolve rapidly. We will take a close look at the challenges of measuring risk, the new technologies that are enabling a stronger cybersecurity defense, and share information on how we are developing adequate measures to ensure business viability of the organizations we work for.
Moderator:Richard Timbol, ISSM/ CISO, Davis, Polk & Wardwell, LLP
12:35-1:15PM Luncheon & Exhibits
1:15- 1:45 The New Era of Cyber Threats: The Shift to Self-Learning, Self-Defending Networks
Nicole Eagan, CEO, Darktrace
This new generation of cyber-threat requires an existential need for a new approach to cyber-defense. Based on unsupervised machine learning and probabilistic mathematics developed by scientists from the University of Cambridge, new immune system technologies are capable of learning a ‘pattern of life’ by modeling the behaviors of each user, device, and network. Without relying legacy approaches on rules or signatures, these self-learning technologies are the key to solving the crisis created by this new age of cyber attacks.In this session learn: What the new era of cyber-threats implicates for business networks· Why legacy approaches like rules and signatures are proving insufficient on their own· How new immune system technologies are imperative for the next generation of cyber-defense· Why 100% network visibility and intelligence allow you to preempt emerging situations, in real time.
1:50-2:20PM An Inside-Out Approach to Data Security: Linking Behavioral and Security Analytics
Robert Slocum, Director, Data Security & Insider Threat Strategies, Forcepoint
2:20- 2:50PM Dessert & Exhibits
3:00- 3:50PM Cloud Computing & Its Discontents: The Bumpy Road to Compliance in the Digital Enterprise
A cloud-first approach has become the new normal for key business applications and services. In this panel you will hear senior security and network infrastructure professionals explore the challenges of cloud security with vendors who offer leading edge cloud based products and services. We hope the take-aways from this panel will shed light on the how large organizations are insuring regulatory compliance with third-party vendors, developing new processes for risk assessment and remediation and establishing operational controls for virtual data assets.
Moderator: Keith Barros, Assistant Director Information Security, Seton Hall University
4:00-4:30PM Exhibits, Drawings for Door Prizes- Enter at each participating sponsor’s table. Must be present to win.
We have Sponsorship levels to meet all budgets. Gold Sponsors are given a 30 minute solo speaking and presentation session; Silver Sponsors participate in a panel discussion; and Bronze Sponsors participate as exhibitors. All sponsorships come with free wireless, free electricity, free attendance at all presentations, all meals and snacks with attendees, and tabletop exhibit space, with dedicated exhibit time with attendees. In addition, we work with each Sponsor individually to make sure you make the most of your time with us, and are happy to answer any questions you may have throughout and before the event.
For Sponsorship information for TechForum's Security Forum: Trends in Entrprise Security, please contact us through our website, or call Priscilla Tate, our executive director, at 212-787-1122. We'd love to hear from you !
Security Forum is an invitation-only event for end user IT managers at non-IT vendor firms only. IT vendor firms must sponsor our events in order to attend. This vendor category includes consulting firms, IT service providers, integrators, managed services, etc.
Attendance is offered on a case-by-case basis. Applicants must be currently employed, end-user IT managers who hold senior titles of SVP, VP, CISO, CIO, CTO, CSO, director, or manager, at organizations with $50 million revenue or more. Technology providers, consultants and other companies who sell their IT-related products and services, including IT managed services, must sponsor in order to attend. The majority of attendees are in the Fortune 1000. Attendees must be pre-qualified in order to attend. All attendees must be pre-registered and receive a confirmation from TechForum. No walk-ins are accepted.
TechForum's Security Forum is held at The Metropolitan Pavilion, 123 W. 18th St. NYC, which is between 6th and 7th Avenues and close to all major subway lines and PATH trains. Directions can be found here.