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25 September Cyber Security Summit in NYC: A great mix of world class professionals

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September 9, 2013
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The 25 September 2013 Cyber Security Summit in NYC is shaping up to be an incredible event, largely because of the mix of world class speakers. It has also attracted a great mix of technology and services firms ready to make a difference now in enterprise-wide cyber defense.

If you can attend please register now. You can use our promo code (see below) for a 50% discount.

On a personal note, the biggest thing that excites me about this summit is the number of personal friends and business associates and client firms that are speaking. There are people speaking who have I looked up to for years, like Marc Sachs, who was instrumental in teaching me the beauty of how TCP/IP works in the late 1990′s, or Jeff Stutzman, who at the same time was proving that smart engineering could tackle massive data challenges no one else had ever attempted in cyber security. Other friends speaking include Bob Butler of IO. Bob has extensive experience in industry and government including helping the DoD relook its end to end cyber strategy. John Prisco of Triumfant and Bruce Gilley of Fixmo and Bryan Ware of Haystax have me playing advisory roles for their firms. And Robert Rodriguez of SINET has pulled me into his collegial collaborative efforts to help accelerate cyber security technology into enterprises. Brian White of Chertoff Group is another familiar/friendly face known for moving conversations forward in this space. And Guy Filippelli is and entrepreneur with a track record of proven past performance who is now fielding a capability every enterprise will need, a capability that will serve in ways far beyond cyber security. Tony Cole is a highly regarded trusted professional I have worked with for 15 years.

These and the others I don’t know so well are all very deeply networked individuals and I imagine you also know many of the players at this event. I would highly recommend you check it out. To register use the promocode: CTOVISION for a 50% discount.  Do that here and your discount will be calculated automatically.

Here is more on the event:

9:20am – 9:45amMorning Keynote Address Dr. Richard Falkenrath: Principal, The Chertoff Group
10:00am – 10:40amPanel 1: Threats Facing Banks & Financial InstitutionsThe financial industry has been under a constant state of attack with daily attempts to steal money, crash computer systems and disrupt capital markets. The Threats Facing Banks & Financial Institutions panel will discuss ways to prevent and recover from serious attacks, protect private and confidential data and the emerging dangers organizations face as hackers are adapting and growing more dangerous.

Justine Aitel: Head of Cyber Risk, Identity & Security, Dow Jones(Moderator)
Howard Bruck: Chief Information Officer, Hudson Valley Bank
Jerry Archer: Chief Security Officer, Sallie Mae
John Prisco: President and CEO, Triumfant
Chris Coleman: CEO, Lookingglass
Mark Graff: Chief Information Security Officer, NASDAQ OMX

10:50am – 11:30amPanel 2: Cyber PolicyCoordination of the development, implementation and review of national cyber security policy and strategies plays a crucial role in our ability to defend against and recover from cyber threats and incidents. The Cyber Policy panel will discuss recent initiatives, news, background information, legislation, analysis, and international efforts to protect government and the public’s information.

Brian Finch: Partner, Dickstein Shapiro LLP (Moderator)
Marcus Sachs: VP National Security Policy, Verizon Communications
Jeff Stutzman: CEO, Red Sky Alliance
Bob Butler: Chief Security Officer/Senior Vice President, IO
Jerry Caponera: General Manager, Global Partnerships, Prescient a Businees Unit of CyberPoint

11:40am – 12:15pmPanel 3: Cyber DefenseThe Cyber Defense panel will examine the ongoing mission to advance innovation and enable global collaboration between the public and private sectors to defeat Cyber security threats.

Robert Rodriguez: Chairman & Founder, SINET (Moderator)
Julian Waits: CEO ThreatTrack Security
Ed Jaehne: Chief Strategy Officer, KEYW Corporation
Rick Geritz: CEO, LifeJourney

12:30pm – 1:45pmLunch Break / Sponsor Case Studies
2:00pm – 2:20pmAfternoon Keynote Address
2:30pm – 3:10pmPanel 4: Big DataEnterprises must proactively anticipate intrusions and quickly detect persistent threats in order to protect valuable assets. The Big Data panel will discuss ways to handle information at high velocity, volume and variety to keep valuable information secure and protected.

Brian White: Managing Director, Chertoff Group (Moderator)
Guy Filippelli: President, RedOwl Analytics
Tony Cole: Vice President Global Government CTO, FireEye
Rod Murchison: VP of Products, Tripwire, Inc.
Bryan Ware: Chief Technology Officer, Haystax Technology

3:20pm – 3:50pmPanel 5: Enterprise Mobile Security & BYODMobile phones and tablets have become essential to the enterprise. At the same time, pose as an extremely attractive and vulnerable target for attacks. With increased reliance on mobile devices, organizations need to recognize the need for greater security implementations. The Enterprise Mobile Security & BYOD panel will explore ways to support local and remote devices effectively to protect critical enterprise information, intellectual property and personal information.

Adrian Turner: CEO, Mocana
Bruce Gilley: President, Fixmo
Michael Singer: AVP, Mobile, Cloud and Access Management Security, AT&T
Punit Minocha: Vice President Business Development & Mobile Solutions, Zscaler

4:00pm – 4:45pmPanel 6: Cyber In A Social WorldIn a matter of few years social media has gone from a new idea to a critical way most organizations face the world to advance business goals and corporate branding and to communicate with existing or potential customers. The Cyber In A Social World panel will cover ways in which social media is changing the cyber landscape. Where are the threats? What are the ways organizations can manage / increase security when on social media? What kinds of polices, practices and training need to be in place? How do you handle employees who use social media for both business and personal use?

Michael Kaiser: Executive Director, National Cyber Security Alliance (Moderator)
James C. Foster: Founder & CEO, Riskive
Polly Morton Wood: Director of Special Projects, Reputation.com
Valmiki Mukherjee:  Enterprise Risk & Security Services, Cognizant Technology Solutions
Samir Nanavati: Chief Technology Officer and Senior Vice President, Novetta Solutions

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