With the rise of hybrid multi-cloud architectures, micro-segmentation is fast becoming a foundational layer of the security architecture to help protect against unauthorized lateral movement and access to high-value assets. When implemented correctly, micro-segmentation can offer the security needed and ...
More than just the federal law enforcement division that protects the nation’s top leaders, the U.S. Secret Service is one of the primary forces in cybercrime investigations and takedowns. In this exclusive session, agent Patrick Hogan of the Chicago Cyber Fraud Task Force discusses:
The role of the Secret ...
When COVID-19 hit the U.S., Washington State was its first ground zero. What immediate impact did state offices feel, and how has its CISO subsequently secured government agencies and employees through the pandemic, digital transformation and the new ‘work from anywhere’ paradigm? Vinod Brahmapuram shares insights ...
Not only did Kevin Morrison start a new job at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, but he also did so in a struggling industry. Today, as CISO of Alaska Airlines, he leads initiatives to integrate cybersecurity in the business and culture. He shares insights in this exclusive interview.
Only YOU can make security pervasive. Today, siloed IT organizations give way to hybrid IT organizations that drive a need for an abundance of integrations via APIs. Bringing on premise and cloud services together is crucial and can inundate organizations unprepared for the complexity of it. The goal is often to ...
The YMCA was founded in 1844 as an organization to help build healthy spirit, mind and body. Digital wasn’t a consideration. But in 2021, Siva Balu is very much immersed in digital transformation and on how the YMCA of the USA can transition from COVID-19 to help 10,000 communities embrace digitalization securely. ...
The old risk models no longer work. Today you have employees permanently assigned to home offices, under stress, in conditions that are ripe for malicious insiders who want to cause harm, as well as well-intentioned employees who make costly mistakes. How do you mitigate your new insider risks? Join this panel for a ...
The threat landscape has changed tremendously. What are the major threats impacting enterprises globally? What are some significant changes and challenges cybersecurity leaders face? IS it good to depend on AI and ML for every problem?
This session will discuss:
How to evaluate a good feed
How to set the right ...
Preceding the outbreak of COVID-19 was a trend across industries to transform the traditional IT stack into a new form of computing, one that was focused on enabling agility and innovation while also delivering cost reduction. This shift sought to leverage public cloud and cloud-like development methods as well as ...
Did you know that 80% of CISOs say that software projects have been hindered by concerns over inevitable security issues? Vulnerabilities don’t need to slow you down. Join HackerOne for a discussion on "Why the future of DevOps Needs Hackers."
In this session, you’ll learn:
How organizations collaborate with ...
Daminda Kumara, Head of Cybersecurity and Risk, West Farmers Industrial and Safety
Daniel Pludek, Global CTO, Kip McGrath
Amit Chaubey, Head of Security Risk, Governance and Compliance, Ausgrid
A major Australian broadcaster recently was hit by ransomware – just the latest strike against ...
Briefly, this presentation discussed the emerging threats of different types of disruptionware attacks and potential defenses to protect yourself. We will discuss may of the tools that make up the disruptionware tool kit and how these tools work. We will also talk about how disruptionware attacks work and their ...
New technologies have been a boon to all industries specifically in cost and efficiency optimization. Organizations have been incorporating new tech over the years. While the CISOs have been busy managing and securing IT assets, this new tech is slipping in unnoticed. Today an organization's infrastructure not only ...
Iversen is Illumio’s Chief Evangelist. He helps prospects and customers understand micro-segmentation in all its forms and how Illumio can solve problems for organizations of all sizes. In previous roles with the company, he was responsible for training Illumio’s sales, systems engineering, and customer success teams, after holding a variety of operational roles.
Assistant to the Special Agent in Charge, Chicago Cyber Fraud Task Force, U.S. Secret Service
Patrick Hogan is the Assistant to the Special Agent in Charge of the Secret Service's Chicago Electronic Crimes Task Force. He manages a squad of special agents and task force officers involved in the investigation of cybercrimes occurring within the Chicago area. He has been involved in cyber investigations for the last six years while in the Chicago Field Office. Prior to being in the Chicago Field Office, Hogan was involved in the coordination of national and transnational cybercrime investigations at the headquarters level. His Secret Service career has also given him the opportunity to protect former-Vice President Dick Cheney and to be detailed to the U.S. House of Representatives Select Committee on Homeland Security.
Keith Tresh is the Chief Information Security Officer for the State of Idaho, Information Technology Services. Keith is a retired Military and State of California cybersecurity professional. He has over 15 years of experience in cybersecurity and over 27 years of experience in information technology.
A retired Army colonel, Mr. Tresh was appointed by Governor Jerry Brown on October 6, 2016 as the commander of the California cybersecurity integration center (Cal-CSIC) within the Governor’s Office of Emergency Services, where he served until November of 2018. Prior to his appointment as the commander of Cal-CSIC he was the chief information officer at the California High – Speed Rail Authority. Keith is a veteran C-level IT management professional and an educator with a passion for information assurance and awareness. From 2014 to 2016 Keith was assigned as the chief information security officer (CISO) for the County of Orange, California. In 2011, Governor Brown appointed him to serve as California’s chief information security officer and director of the Office of Information Security (OIS) at the California Technology Agency. Prior to this appointment, Keith was the CIO/J6 for the California National Guard.
Keith Tresh served in the Army and the California National Guard (CNG) for more than 33 years including a combat tour in Iraq from 2005-2006. He holds a Master of Science degree in national security and strategic studies from the United States Army War College and a Master of Science in computer information systems from the University of Phoenix. Mr. Tresh lives in Boise, Idaho with his wife Coco and has 4 children – Justine, 33, Austin, 27, Hunter, 23 and Kristina 20.
Mary Ann Furno leads portfolio level strategy and works to evolve the Broadcom mainframe security portfolio to meet evolving market needs and customer requirements. Mary Ann has worked in the enterprise software industry for nearly 20 years in engineering and product management and brings a business voice to a technical topic.
Sujay Solomon is the Manager of DevOps Product Management for Broadcom’s Mainframe Division. He is a recognized industry evangelist of open source and DevOps on the mainframe and an award-winning speaker at popular IT conferences like SHARE, IDUG, DevOps Enterprise Summit (DOES), and IBM Think. Sujay was a co-creator of the mainframe devops tool, CA Brightside, which won the DevOps.com 2018 “Most Innovative DevOps Solution of the Year” and the popular Zowe open source project.
Siva Balu is the Vice President and Chief Information Officer at YMCA OF THE USA. In this role, he is working to rethink the work of Y-USA’s information technology strategy to meet the changing needs of Y-USA and YMCAs throughout the country.
YMCA of the USA is the national resource office for the nation's YMCAs. The Y is the leading nonprofit in 10,000 communities across the nation delivering positive change through 2,700 YMCAs focusing on youth development, healthy living and social responsibility.
Siva is the creator of the new Y Cloud digital platform to deliver digital, virtual and mobile products to members across the nation. Y Cloud is the world's first digital platform built for non-profits by non-profit.
As the CIO, Siva works with the key stakeholders across the nation’s YMCAs in achieving the strategic vision. He leads the creation and execution of the technology strategy through collaboration and thought leadership including digital transformation, data strategy, cloud strategy, information security, project management, mobile apps, social media, CRM, data warehouses & business intelligence, IT infrastructure & operations to support the YMCA movement.
Prior to his current role, Siva has 20 years of healthcare technology experience in leadership roles for Blue Cross Blue Shield, the nation's largest health insurer, which provides healthcare to over 107 million members—1 in 3 Americans. He most recently led the Enterprise Information Technology team at the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association (BCBSA), a national federation of Blue Cross and Blue Shield companies. He has created several highly scalable innovative solutions that cater to the needs of members and patients throughout the country in all communities. He provided leadership in creating innovative solutions and adopting new technologies for national and international users.
Siva earned a bachelor’s degree in electronics and communication engineering from Bharathiar University in India, a master’s in business administration from Lake Forest Graduate School of Management and executive master’s degrees from Harvard and MIT in Innovation, Strategy and Artificial Intelligence.
Proud military veteran (Army Aviation), separated from the military to enter in the technology field. I have worked for more than 20-years in the critical infrastructure and information security arena. Supported the federal government and Intelligence Community for over 20 years before transitioning to the commercial sector. Outside of work, enjoy reading and international travel.
Ms. Renata Spinks currently serves as the Acting Senior Information Security Officer and Cyber Technology Officer (CTO) for the U.S. Marine Corps. In this role, Ms. Spinks leads an extensive portfolio focused on information technology, policy, investments, cyber operations (defensive and offensive) as well as organizational leadership for the Marine Corps Network and Information Enterprise.
She is no stranger to using technology to revolutionize institutions, moving them forward innovatively and has earned her reputation as the “game-changer.” She is an influencer by nature who leads through humility, empowerment, risk assessment, and data-driven decision making.
Since 2018, she has led the USMC mobile and remote workforce operations design and architecture buildout with cybersecurity as a foundational guide. She works to enable cyber and intel focused compute and store, collaboration, access control and identity management, data encryption and governance. She leads defensive cyber operations for the hybrid cloud environment and champions setting the conditions to adopt and implement principles of zero trust. She supports leading the USMC risk management framework modernization efforts and creates opportunities for emerging technology needed for connected and degraded/disconnected environments. She creates unprecedented use of processes, tools, techniques and protocols while driving enablers for proactive network resiliency and decision making. Ms. Spinks demonstrates her passion for talent management through partnerships with industry, colleges, institutions, federal agencies and the National Security Agency (NSA) Human Resource Directorate. She holds a BS in Information Systems, a MS in Technology Management and several certifications, recommendations and awards. She is the 2020 Stars and Stripes Becoming Everything You Are (BEYA) SES of the Year and an avid community service STEMINIST. She is a native of Louisiana, loves New Orleans Saints football, cooking and as a recognized CIAA Elite Student-Athlete, still loves to play basketball.
Director of Threat Intelligence, Fortiguard Labs Australia
Glenn works at Fortiguard Labs, heading up
Threat Intelligence operations for Australia.
FortiGuard Labs build the security intelligence that underpin advanced security technologies
like AI, antivirus , intrusion prevention, and email & web security.
Glenn works closely Fortinet front & back
office teams, the Australian Cyber Organisations,
CERTs, partners, and customers to build resilient defence systems via intelligence led
Glenn has degrees in Business (Management) and Science (ICT); and diplomas in Security
Risk Management & Project Management. Glenn is married with two daughters and a son,
and spends his free time on his farm near Canberra.
Corne has more than 15 years experience in network security and delivering cyber-resilient solutions. He has a focus on hybrid cloud environments and artificial intelligence to ensure organisations are enabled while also safeguarding their data and applications.
In his role as CISO, Corne acts as the evangelist for Fortinet activities across Australia and the advanced technology that underpins its success. His role is to provide leadership and strategy for technical, pre-sales and support initiatives. He works closely with partners and customers to understand their business drivers and risk posture and to reduce their risk to an acceptable level.
Vice President of Security Solutions, Check Point Software Technologies
Avi Rembaum currently serves as Vice President of Security Solutions for Check Point. In this role, he is responsible for the company's solution center, incident response team, strategic alliance program and security architecture function. Previously, Rembaum was responsible for the company's business relationships with the Tier-1 Telcos in North America. Rembaum first began working in the information and network security industry in 1997, when he joined RADGUARD's marketing team. He also held product management positions at RedCreek and SonicWALL and practice manager roles at RedCreek and Getronics, now CompuCom.
Arjun Kolady is a security solutions engineer at HackerOne. His professional experience began as a sales associate at Encube Consulting, where he had the opportunity to learn how businesses think, and what technical buyers look for in a development team. From there, he transitioned to a developer role at Symantec. As an application owner, responsibilities included following security by design processes (peer code reviews, architectural approval boards, QA testing, disaster recovery, etc). As a solutions engineer at HackerOne, he combines experience from both roles in his day-to-day from executing technical pre-sales conversations to helping establish hacker-powered security programs that work for Security and Dev teams.