2018 Sessions

 

Keynote Presentations

The Evolution of Security: Leadership, Innovation, and a Changing Workforce

Mike Howard, Chief Security Officer | Microsoft
In the private-sector security community, we often focus on technological advances and the latest gadgets intended to make us more effective at executing the duties associated with our roles as security leaders. We focus on information gathering until we reach the point where we are deleting more information each day than we are digesting. However, our business is still a people-oriented business. This presentation focuses on the manner each of us, as private-sector security leaders, impacts today’s security workforce, as well as challenging the too often accepted conventional wisdom about the young men and women who comprise that workforce.


The Insecurity of Security: The Evolving Threat

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Physical security systems protect corporate assets and critical infrastructure but suffer from a variety of weaknesses that cause them to be inherently insecure. Recent attacks launched from security systems against Internet infrastructure and specific targets have made headlines and demonstrate the compelling argument that cyber-security practices need to be applied to physical security infrastructure. Adversaries are most certainly targeting the very enterprise assets these systems were intended to protect. This two-part presentation will first focus on the depth (or “scope”) and breadth (“scale”) of this problem from product manufacturing and sourcing issues, to installation, and end-user practices. Case studies using recent and related attacks will be presented to explore the nature and severity of the problem. We will discuss the implications of this threat in terms of the current and future high level implications. The audience will gain a perspective of the potential problem their own organizations potentially face and how it may manifest within their enterprise. The presenters will engage with the audience with questions and an open dialogue.


Duty of Care: The Risk and Reward in a Mobile Advanced World

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Protecting assets around the globe can be a daunting task many organizations face. This presentation will discuss the challenges, concerns, and success of managing Duty of Care and Risk Management in a mobile connected environment.


Duty of Care: The Risk and Reward in a Mobile Advanced World

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Protecting assets around the globe can be a daunting task many organizations face. This presentation will discuss the challenges, concerns, and success of managing Duty of Care and Risk Management in a mobile connected environment.


The Evolution of Security: Leadership, Innovation, and a Changing Workforce

Mike Howard, Chief Security Officer | Microsoft
In the private-sector security community, we often focus on technological advances and the latest gadgets intended to make us more effective at executing the duties associated with our roles as security leaders. We focus on information gathering until we reach the point where we are deleting more information each day than we are digesting. However, our business is still a people-oriented business. This presentation focuses on the manner each of us, as private-sector security leaders, impacts today’s security workforce, as well as challenging the too often accepted conventional wisdom about the young men and women who comprise that workforce.


The Evolution of Security: Leadership, Innovation, and a Changing Workforce

Mike Howard, Chief Security Officer | Microsoft
In the private-sector security community, we often focus on technological advances and the latest gadgets intended to make us more effective at executing the duties associated with our roles as security leaders. We focus on information gathering until we reach the point where we are deleting more information each day than we are digesting. However, our business is still a people-oriented business. This presentation focuses on the manner each of us, as private-sector security leaders, impacts today’s security workforce, as well as challenging the too often accepted conventional wisdom about the young men and women who comprise that workforce.


The Evolution of Security: Leadership, Innovation, and a Changing Workforce

Mike Howard, Chief Security Officer | Microsoft
In the private-sector security community, we often focus on technological advances and the latest gadgets intended to make us more effective at executing the duties associated with our roles as security leaders. We focus on information gathering until we reach the point where we are deleting more information each day than we are digesting. However, our business is still a people-oriented business. This presentation focuses on the manner each of us, as private-sector security leaders, impacts today’s security workforce, as well as challenging the too often accepted conventional wisdom about the young men and women who comprise that workforce.


The Evolution of Security: Leadership, Innovation, and a Changing Workforce

Mike Howard, Chief Security Officer | Microsoft
In the private-sector security community, we often focus on technological advances and the latest gadgets intended to make us more effective at executing the duties associated with our roles as security leaders. We focus on information gathering until we reach the point where we are deleting more information each day than we are digesting. However, our business is still a people-oriented business. This presentation focuses on the manner each of us, as private-sector security leaders, impacts today’s security workforce, as well as challenging the too often accepted conventional wisdom about the young men and women who comprise that workforce.


The Evolution of Security: Leadership, Innovation, and a Changing Workforce

Mike Howard, Chief Security Officer | Microsoft
In the private-sector security community, we often focus on technological advances and the latest gadgets intended to make us more effective at executing the duties associated with our roles as security leaders. We focus on information gathering until we reach the point where we are deleting more information each day than we are digesting. However, our business is still a people-oriented business. This presentation focuses on the manner each of us, as private-sector security leaders, impacts today’s security workforce, as well as challenging the too often accepted conventional wisdom about the young men and women who comprise that workforce.


The Evolution of Security: Leadership, Innovation, and a Changing Workforce

Mike Howard, Chief Security Officer | Microsoft
In the private-sector security community, we often focus on technological advances and the latest gadgets intended to make us more effective at executing the duties associated with our roles as security leaders. We focus on information gathering until we reach the point where we are deleting more information each day than we are digesting. However, our business is still a people-oriented business. This presentation focuses on the manner each of us, as private-sector security leaders, impacts today’s security workforce, as well as challenging the too often accepted conventional wisdom about the young men and women who comprise that workforce.