A lack of experienced professionals is the greatest barrier to effectively securing data in the cloud. With this in mind, there’s no excuse to miss any opportunity to learn how companies are managing this new frontier for data security. Security conferences are some of the best venues for professionals to learn about emerging technology, and the RSA Conference is right around the corner. Organizations would be wise to send a representative to learn about the latest threats and security technologies. If you don’t already have a pass, get one for free here.
We’re thrilled to present a series of talks with several distinguished professionals in enterprise security. These pioneers of cloud security have taken a proactive approach within their own organizations, leading projects to measure and reduce risk from cloud services. In these intimate sessions, attendees will have the opportunity to learn proven methods for governing cloud use. If you’re at the conference, make sure to catch these speakers, as well as the other excellent sessions on cloud. The series will be located in South Hall, Booth 507.
Tuesday, March 1st
11:20am – 11:40am
Michael Roling, CISO, State of MO
Michael has more than a decade of Infosec experience at large companies such as AT&T and Anheuser-Busch. Roling has been the CISO of the State of Missouri since 2009, where he leads the Office of Cyber Security and take information security initiatives. His successful work with raising security awareness within the state government has made him a leader in public sector cybersecurity.
12:00pm – 12:20pm
Paul Dumbleton, Manager of Infrastructure Security Engineering, Perrigo
Healthcare companies have become popular targets for hackers because of the high value of health records. Dumbleton’s daily challenge is to keep Perrigo’s perimeter secure from criminal hackers. With nearly 20 years in information technology, Paul speaks from a deep knowledge of implementing and managing enterprise security systems.
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1:20pm – 1:40pm
Mitch Greenfield, Manager Enterprise Information Protection (EIP), Humana
As Manager of Enterprise Information Protection at Humana, Greenfield is constantly exploring the latest threats to corporate data. In the past, he has spoken on third party threats related to the partner ecosystem and acquired companies, which have become a top priority in recent years following high profile incidents at companies like Target. As a long time member and regional board member with the ISACA organization, Greenfield has been on the cutting edge of industry education and knowledge sharing.
2:40pm – 3:00pm
Jeff Blair, CISO, Creative Artists Agency
One of Blair’s central missions as the CISO for CAA is to provide security solutions that don’t interrupt the user experience for employees. As an early adopter of cloud technologies, Blair has embraced emerging technology and innovative solutions to overcome Infosec challenges. He’s been with CAA for over 15 years, giving him a unique perspective in how to evolve an organization’s security program to keep up with new threats and technologies.
4:00pm – 4:20pm
Andy Radle, Cyber Security Architect, HP
Radle currently specializes in corporate governance and network security, but he has dabbled in nearly every area of IT security over the course of his career. After nearly 30 years at HP and now HPE, he has risen to designing the architecture behind HP’s cloud security. No one is more qualified to share a top-down strategy for enabling secure cloud usage in the global enterprise.
Wednesday, March 2nd
11:20am — 11:40am
Troy Braban, CISO, Australian Post
Australia, like Europe, enforces strict data protection and privacy requirements. As the top security executive at a government organization, Braban has shown it is possible to leverage the advantages of cloud services while meeting the most stringent security policies. He is a reputed practitioner and speaker, having previously presented at RSA on how to communicate with the Board of Directors. In 2014, Australia Post won both the Australian Information Security Association’s Security Employer of the Year and Project of the Year while Braban personally earned AusCert and SC Magazine’s Editor’s Choice award for CISOs.
12:00pm – 12:20pm
Dr. Kevin McLaughlin, Deputy CISO, Stryker
Dr. McLaughlin is a distinguished Information Security practitioner, with decades of experience at organizations including Whirlpool, P&G, and the University of Cincinnati. He is an 11-year veteran of the US army and holds a PhD in Information Assurance. He has experience at all levels of the information and general security industries, from the board room to the front lines as a SWAT team leader. He has authored several academic papers on Information Security and taught courses at the university level.
1:00pm – 1:20pm
Eddie Borrero, CISO, Robert Half International
Borrero has over 15 years of information security management experience at organizations including PG&E, Electronic Arts, Amgen, and his current post as head of security at global staffing firm Robert Half. He has a proven track record in realizing business needs and implementing customer and employee focused security initiatives. He has extensive knowledge of major privacy and security regulations and standards and is a pioneer in enterprise risk measurement.
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