7:15am – 8:35am
8:50am – 9:05am
If there is anything that unifies CISOs, change is the one constant. The focus is on the rapid evolution of the security industry, the rising tide of visibility on security organizations, and the high stakes at play in terms of cyber threats.
9:05am – 9:25am
Innovating for the Future
As security executives look to the future, there will need to be more focus on technologies that increase visibility into threats, offset limited personnel resources, and provide feedback to help determine next steps. These technologies are part of the entire life cycle from implementation to monitoring and response. In this session, Josh Walfish, with Deutsche Bank, will share his insights into some of the significant technologies he believes will help the industry in the future, the challenges ahead and where he expects to see some quick wins.
Two pillars of a successful and proactive SOC are threat hunting and incident response. The use of network traffic analysis can help improve performance in these two areas, if you can trust the data. This session will explain how attackers can hide and misuse logs, agents, and standard security tools, and demonstrate effective approaches for countering their actions using network traffic analysis, passive monitoring, and real-time forensic data.
What you will learn by attending this session:
9:55am – 10:30am
10:30am – 11:05am
Cybersecurity Incident Response and Privacy Challenges Beyond the Headlines
Founder, Germano Law LLC
Professor/Distinguished Fellow, NYU Center for Cybersecurity; Adjunct Professor, NYU School of Law
Judith Germano will speak on the nuances, challenges and trends pertaining to cybersecurity incident response and privacy challenges and will provide a fresh perspective beyond the headlines- as well as best practices, helpful takeaways and potential solutions.
Judith is a nationally recognized thought leader and advisor on cybersecurity governance and privacy issues. A former federal prosecutor for 11 years and founder of Germano Law LLC, Judi counsels public and privately-‐held organizations on cybersecurity and privacy matters, and represents companies and individuals on issues relating to fraud and other financial crimes and regulatory compliance.
11:05am – 11:35am
Browsers – The Ultimate Attack Surface
Browser-based attacks are the primary vector leveraged by attackers to gain access to corporate networks. Existing preventative technologies, including Secure Web Gateways, can provide excellent security controls for controlling access to ‘Known Good’ and ‘Known Bad’ websites. These technologies, however, fall short of protecting users from uncategorized, miscategorized, or compromised ‘Known Good’ websites. This is the industry gap being addressed via Web isolation.
11:35am – 11:55am
Mindset…this team knows it can deliver. What does it take to find and build a team that is invested, persistent, and knows how to overcome major challenges thrown its way? In an interview setting, Melissa will share her insights into the traits that make up “A” team members, why they are great problem solvers, and how to keep these employees motivated and challenged.
With more than 88,000 employees, Scotiabank is the third largest bank in Canada and serves more than 25 million customers around the world.
11:55am – 12:15pm
Adoption of cloud continues to surge, yet, according to a survey of cybersecurity professionals conducted by Crowd Research Partners, an overwhelming 91% say they are extremely to moderately concerned about public cloud security. In this session, Chip will we address this real concern to help organizations confidently take advantage of the benefits of cloud for their business transformation initiatives.
This Interactive polling session with executives in attendance. focuses on priorities, execution and adding value.
In this session, Charlie will share insights into how to protect and enable your business with a holistic approach to risk and governance. Cyber risk is no longer an IT-led problem, and as businesses move through rapid change and digital transformation, it is imperative to rethink how cyber risk is governed and managed across the entire enterprise.
Lunch and Networking
Senior Management’s Toughest Questions
In an interactive polling session, executives in attendance will weigh in on what their senior team is asking and holding them accountable for.
Six Major Trends Affecting the Future of Cybersecurity
Based on their research, Winston Lalgee, with Check Point, will focus on some of the key trends they believe will impact the future of cybersecurity.
Break and Networking
Executive Roundtable Discussions
Facilitated by security executives, breakout sessions with your peers on topics determined by attendees during registration.
Reception and Networking with Prize Drawings