in this session we'll first examine the current state of bot automation and the different attack modalities currently conducted through machine automation. We'll then dive into attacker tools, their infrastructure, and compromised credentials to demonstrate how they were used against a major retailer in a real-world...
Eric Bucher has over 15 years of experience in the security industry with a technical concentration in financial fraud, advanced persistent threats, forensics, exfiltration, DLP, and overall attack surfaces. His current career has taken him into the realm of bot construction and different attack modalities currently conducted through machine automation. Bucher now specializes in the use of Machine Learning algorithms and Artificial Intelligence as leverage and valuable countermeasures against this ever-evolving threat to online presences.
IoT, the cloud, advancements in AI, regulatory fines, third-party risk, cyber fraud - we hear a lot about how the cybersecurity risk surface and threat landscape have evolved. But how about the new demands on cybersecurity leaders? What new skills, tools and strategies are needed to understand, quantify and manage...
Special Advisor of Cyber Risk, National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD) and Former Sr. Cyber Security Advisor to SEC Chairman
Chris Hetner currently serves as Managing Director for Marsh Risk Consulting's (MRC) Cyber Risk Consulting business. Working closely with Marsh's cyber insurance and advisory teams, MRC's Cyber Risk Consulting team delivers a wide range of expertise and capabilities - from cyber risk impact modeling to cyber breach and business interruption readiness - tailored to each client's specific risk management needs and objectives. Prior to joining Marsh, Hetner was the senior cybersecurity advisor to the chairman of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). He has over 25 years of experience in cybersecurity, risk management and regulatory compliance and currently serves as Special Advisor of Cyber Risk for the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD).
As new prevention technologies are deployed, Fraudsters are forced to change their approach, develop new tools, and uncover new ways to monetize their activities. In this way, Fraud Protection has been a perpetual cat-and-mouse game.
We'll see a real story about a phishing attack that could involve each bank's...
North American Business Unit Director, XTN Cognitive Security
Anthony Cardoza currently serves as the North American Business Unit Director for XTN Cognitive Security, helping organizations to take a proactive approach in the fight against Fraud. Before starting with XTN, he worked at RSA Security for 6 years, and had previously co-owned and operated a boutique debt collection firm. After nearly a decade driving business results for enterprises and increasing cashflow for clients, Cardoza is now focused on empowering businesses in the US and Canada to better manage fraud risk without disrupting the customer experience.
National security, cyber incident response, and cyber security risk management experts analyze the current state of cybersecurity within political campaigns. This includes current challenges campaigns are facing and how best to address those challenges. Join experts from the US CyberDome to learn how to ensure free...
Brigadier General Francis X. Taylor (Ret.) currently serves as President and CEO of FXTaylor Associates, LLC in Washington DC. After he retired from active duty, General Taylor was nominated and confirmed as US Ambassador at Large and Coordinator for Counterterrorism (2001 to 2002) and Assistant Secretary of State for Diplomatic Security and Director of the Office of Foreign Missions (2002 to 2005). On leaving government, he became VP and Chief Security Officer for the General Electric Company managing security operations and crisis management globally until accepting the nomination as Under Secretary for Intelligence and Analysis for Department of Homeland Security in April 2014. In this role, he was charged with providing the Secretary, DHS senior leadership, the DHS components, state/local, tribal and private sector partners with the homeland security intelligence and information required to keep the country safe, secure and resilient. Mr. Taylor was also a member of the US Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board from 2006 to 2010. .
The unstoppable App economy is obsessed with the User experience. They'll unceasingly recruit your Users & suck more services out of I.T. & into their Clouds. IoT will explode from 7 billion objects today, saturating enterprises with over 21 billion objects in the next five years, stretching the IoT economy from $151B...
Global Security Strategist, Check Point Software Technologies
From English language teacher to cyber-security business executive, Eddie Doyle has the unique ability to articulate in non-technical language, the risks associated by avoiding internet security best practices.
With a particular interest in educating people to become human firewalls in the combat against social engineering, Doyle realizes that hackers exploit the DNA of trust within us, often as their first line of attack & he teaches people how to identify & resist the con man, while not interrupting business as usual.
With a focus on cyber-crime & cyber-terrorism, Doyle's keynotes help individuals & corporations alike, to stay ahead of the newest threats.
Protecting people online and in life has been his passion for over twenty years and he defines his success by his zealous love of education and training and his commitment to building rich, meaningful and key relationships.
For the Nation to survive and flourish in the 21st century, where hostile actors in cyberspace are assumed and technology will continue to dominate every aspect of our lives, we must develop trustworthy, secure systems that are cyber resilient. Cyber resilient systems are systems that have security measures or...
Fellow, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
Ross specializes in information security, systems security engineering and risk management. He leads NIST's Federal Information Security Management Act Implementation Project, which includes the development of key security standards and guidelines for the federal government and critical information infrastructure. Ross also leads the Joint Task Force, an interagency partnership with the Department of Defense, Office of the Director National Intelligence, the U.S. Intelligence Community and the Committee on National Security Systems, with responsibility for developing the Unified Information Security Framework for the federal government and its contractors. In addition to his responsibilities at NIST, Ross supports the U.S. State Department in the international outreach program for information security and critical infrastructure protection. Ross has lectured at many universities across the country and has received numerous private sector cybersecurity awards.
In this exclusive one-on-one discussion, we will hear from Chris Calvert, Co-Founder and Product VP for Respond Software, to get his insights on:
Is AI falling short?
How do we successfully balance human and machine approaches to security?
How do we get on the right path?
Co-founder, VP of Product Strategy, Respond Software
Chris Calvert currently serves as Co-Founder and VP of Product Strategy at Respond Software. He led the build for eight Fortune-50 SOCs and created the blueprint deployed by the ArcSight solutions team at over 45 security operations centers. He has served as HP's WW Director of Solutions Innovation, CEO of Laconic Security, Director of Services for Cybertrust, and Manager of Security Intelligence and Operations for IBM's MSS. Prior to the above roles, Chris spent 14 years in the National Defense and Intelligence community in Information Operations and supported agencies such as the DoD Joint Staff, Land Information Warfare Activity, and Space Warfare Center. He served for 10 years in the U.S. Army in Military Intelligence and Special Forces.
Kristin Judge currently serves as CEO of the Cybercrime Support Network (cybercrimesupport.org). To address the needs of cybercrime victims, she founded this nonprofit to work with federal, state and local law enforcement and consumer protection agencies to help consumers and small businesses affected by cybercrime. With their United Way partners, CSN has been awarded over $3M in DOJ federal grants to serve
victims and is building the US "Cyber 911" to serve millions of cybercrime and online fraud victims. In 2008. she was elected to serve as a Washtenaw County Commissioner and supported the U.S. Department of Homeland Security in growing cybersecurity outreach to state and local government officials. After elected office, she worked at the Center for Internet Security, focusing on connecting state and local governments to federal services and technology needed to improve cyber security. As Director of Government Affairs at the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA), Judge worked with Google, FTC, FBI, SBA, DHS, NIST, congressional leaders and other key stakeholders across the country to educate consumers and businesses how to protect sensitive data.
Attorney, Cybersecurity, Information Governance and Privacy Practice Group, Troutman Sanders
Sadia Mirza is part of the Cybersecurity, Information Governance and Privacy practice group at Troutman Sanders, and is also part of the Financial Services Litigation practice group. She provides strategic privacy compliance counseling, and defends, counsels and represents companies on matters relating to data privacy, data use, and incident response and investigation, with an eye towards helping clients avoid litigation. Additionally, she has experience with the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA), the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA), as well as various other laws concerning privacy and cybersecurity. Mirza's in-house background allows her to understand the issues and concerns clients have and guide them toward resolution in a clear and efficient way. She has worked with clients from a variety of industries, including financial institutions, consumer reporting agencies, insurance companies, healthcare providers, and data and analytics providers. Prior to becoming an attorney, Mirza worked for JPMorgan Chase and Washington Mutual Bank. Her ongoing interest in the financial services industry led her to pursue an LL.M. in banking and finance after graduating from law school.
The new 5G mobile networks are coming, and with them comes the promise of people, industries and things connecting on an unprecedented scale. And also with 5G come significant security concerns about secure infrastructure, connected devices and a new multifaceted attack surface. Telecommunications giant Huawei is one...
Chris Cummiskey currently serves as CEO, Cummiskey Strategic Solutions, LLC, a firm that specializes in cyber/IT, homeland security and management consulting. Cummiskey previously served in senior leadership at the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS), most recently in the number three position at the department as Under Secretary for Management. During his tenure as Under Secretary and Deputy Under Secretary, he had department-wide oversight and responsibility for budget/finance, cyber/IT, procurement/contracting, human capital, security and mission support. He also served as the department's Chief Acquisition Officer, overseeing $19 Billion in annual spending. While at DHS, he co-led all the major cyber committees at the department including the Executive Steering Committee on the National Cybersecurity Protection System (Einstein), the Executive Steering Committee on Cyber Strategy, the Acquisition Review Board on government-wide Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) and the Executive Steering Committee on Cyber Hiring. Cummiskey serves on numerous boards as a senior advisor on homeland security, cyber and management issues including: the Homeland Security and Defense Business Council, the Government Technology Services Coalition, the Washington Homeland Security Roundtable, as a COO Senior Advisor to Government Executives (SAGE) with the Partnership for Public Service and as a cyber expert with the Washington Post. He served as CIO for the State of Arizona for six years, where he received the Distinguished Service to State Government award from the National Governor's Association for his work in government innovation. He is credited with creating the state's first cybersecurity plan and establishing the Arizona Cyber Information Security Office.
Andy Purdy currently serves as the Chief Security Officer for Huawei Technologies USA (since July 2012). He oversees Huawei USA's cyber security assurance strategy and system, and supports Huawei's global security assurance program. He is the Huawei global lead for the East-West Institute Global Cooperation in Cyberspace Initiative and serves on the Steering Committee of the Open Group Trusted Technology Forum, which developed the Open Group Trusted Technology Provider Standard (O-TTPS). Purdy was the senior cyber security official of the U.S. Government from 2004-2006. Prior to joining the Department of Homeland Security, he was a member of the White House staff where he helped to draft the U.S. National Strategy to Secure Cyberspace (2003), after which he went to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) where he helped to form and then led the National Cyber Security Division (NCSD) and the U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT), from 2004-2006. Before joining the White House staff, Purdy served as Acting General Counsel and Chief Deputy General Counsel at the U.S. Sentencing Commission.
Special Counsel, Cyber/Data/Privacy Practice Group, Cooley LLP
A former NSA crypto-engineer, Sabett brings to Cooley LLP his extensive experience in data security, privacy, licensing and IP. Sabett has managed numerous data breach responses involving major retailers, financial and healthcare organizations, and on-line service providers. He served on the Commission on Cybersecurity for the 44th Presidency and has been recognized as a leader in privacy and data security in the 2007-2014 editions of Chambers USA. Sabett is a member of the board for the Georgetown Cybersecurity Law Institute and the Northern Virginia chapter of ISSA. He also is a frequent lecturer and author, and has appeared on or been quoted by a variety of national media sources.
"Zero trust" is arguably the cybersecurity buzzword of 2019, but what exactly is it? Is it a tool? Is it a capability? Is it a philosophical journey with no endpoint? Or is it all of the above?
In this exclusive fireside chat, Jack Koons, Chief Cybersecurity Evangelist at Unisys Corporation, will draw upon his...
Jack Koons currently serves as technology evangelist and Chief Cybersecurity Strategist with Unisys Corporation. He is a fully-cleared Unisys global security solutions customer advocate - currently working with our worldwide commercial, public sector, and National Security information technology communities - to further develop, refine, and operationalize requirements and capabilities across the technology and security spectrum.
A 25-year career (retired) United States Department of Defense full-spectrum Cyber Warfare Officer whose globally-spanning operational assignments include service within the US National Intelligence, Special Operations, and Cyber communities, Koons is an accomplished author and lecturer on the topic of cyber warfare and security, and is a founding member of the emergent United States Department of Defense cyberspace effort.
He is also active within the non-profit InfraGard - in conjunction with the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation - focused on critical infrastructure protection. In addition, He serves as advisory board member and adjunct faculty with the University of South Florida Executive Education Institute, Muma College of Business, Cybersecurity for Executives Program.
Ongoing digital transformation has disrupted security teams. While they are busy securing both legacy and new infrastructure, they're also facing evolving, large-scale cyber attacks. For many security teams, this may have caused a dip in confidence, which isn't necessarily appreciated by the wider business.
Alex Pitigoi currently serves as Head of Sales for North America at Nominet. Her technology career began on the business operations side, with experience leading start-up development and extensive Fortune 100 account portfolio growth. She enjoys managing national and international sales forces and leverages sales operations, global compliance, and cyber security client strategy experience across global matrix environments.
The threat and impact of Ransomware continues to be felt among business enterprises and consumers around the world. Global Criminal Organizations target known vulnerabilities of businesses, state/local & city governments and unprepared consumers. The financial costs attached to prevention, response and remediation...
MK Palmore serves as VP, Field CSO (Americas) for Palo Alto Networks. His responsibilities include support of the initiatives headed up by the office of the global Chief Security Officer and continuing to provide thought leadership in the cybersecurity arena through both writing and speaking engagements. Prior to joining Palo Alto Networks, MK served as the Head of the Cyber Security Branch for FBI San Francisco capping a career of public service spanning 32-years. His leadership and investigative experiences while in the FBI included: Cybersecurity, Crisis Response/Management, Risk-Management Advisory Services, and Counter-Terrorism
Investigations. MK's cyber security certifications include the CISM, CISSP, GCCC and the Carnegie Mellon University CISO Certification. MK began his professional career as a commissioned officer in the U.S. Marine Corps.
Cyber threat actors are trans-national, well-funded and highly organized, they are utilizing leading-edge technology to attack merchants and stealing data at a large scale. Join us as we walk you through our research on what happens after the attacks. We will highlight when that stolen payment card data appears on the...
Director Product Management, Security and Fraud Solutions, Fiserv
Christine El Eris is a Product Director at Fiserv for FirstSense which provides actionable intelligence to banks to prevent credit and debit card fraud. She joined Fiserv in Feb 2018 with 15 years of product management and development experience in consumer identity protection, loyalty, financial services and payments. Prior to joining Fiserv, El Eris spent 5 years at Mastercard, where she launched a consumer product which monitors the dark web for consumer PII (email addresses, SSNs, PANs, etc.).
As email threats become more advanced, machine learning is being used to detect these attacks. Learn the latest about machine learning & how it is changing the threat landscape.
Join this session to discuss:
How machine learning is being used to detect threats
Latest advancements in machine learning for cyber...
Dena Bauckman currently serves as the VP of Product Management for Zix, a leader in email security. She has more than 20 years of experience in defining and executing product strategy and has direct experience with cloud and security solutions. Bauckman joined Zix twelve years ago and has since spoken to numerous industry and security forums on the need for privacy in email communications, industry specific legislation requiring such protection, and technical/business solutions for deploying and operating such services.
As a Security or Risk professional you struggle with a variety of issues. With the rapid growth in unstructured data and privacy laws imposing harsher penalties, the need for a practical method to operationalize unstructured data security and privacy is of utmost importance. As we enter 2020, communication around...
Kish is EVP of marketing and research at Fasoo. She is responsible for leading Fasoo's research, marketing and product strategies in the unstructured data security and privacy space. She brings more than 20 years of experience in research with her prior employer, Gartner. At Gartner, she was responsible for tracking data security technologies and advising thousands of end user and vendor clients. She also monitored privacy regulations and management tools such as consent management and anonymization.