October 29th, 2020
Some of us came up the ranks as security practitioners responding to breaches, or causing them, some are policy CISOs, or Governance, Risk, and Compliance focused; still others are engineers or IT folks who have taken security seriously and moved into the role, or others who have been elected to handle risk for the company with no formal training at all.
In order to be successful in this job, you might consider the vast amount of skills and knowledge each of those disciplines have. As a CISO, you can’t have ALL of these skills, but you must be able to understand all of them, as well as the business implications the C-suite cares about and the value of the company the board considers.
This workshop is an opportunity to sharpen your skills by interacting with a diverse set of CISOs on in several advanced incident response scenarios.
Fred previously built Security Operations Centers for Federal, Civilian and foreign organizations as the founder of Splunk’s security practice, professional services offerings, and product research and innovation. He has worked on-site during breach response and remediation at many of the major breaches over the last few years. As a security consultant, Fred developed ICS/SCADA protocol signatures and ran vulnerability assessments on power distribution systems with DoE labs, and wrote signatures for mobile virii in US at large wireless carriers, including the first one in the US. Fred firmly believes in lowering the security skills poverty line by democratizing Security Operations, Analytics, Digital Forensics and Incident Response. He has spoken at conferences around the world in support of the cause. He Attended the US Naval Academy, and Florida State with a degree in Mathematics and History.
Jill is a driven product evangelist & business executive applying a background of entrepreneurship, strategy & transformation to support success at cybersecurity start ups. Strong supporter of the security community & all it stands for.
Jason is CEO of RedKnight, Chairman and founder of the nonprofit ConOp Foundation, Chairman and co-founder of the nonprofit SAMSOC Foundation, and Chairs the Professional Development Committee for the Alamo Chapter of the Military Intelligence Corps Association.
A seasoned cybercrime, computer security and homeland security professional with over 20 years of founding programs that make the lives of people across the globe better. Accomplished organizational spokesperson, public speaker and advisor to CxO level and national level executives.
Christopher is Chief Information Security Officer with a demonstrated history of working in the military industry. Skilled in Computer Forensics, Operational Planning, Tactics, C4ISR, and Command. Strong military and protective services professional with a Master of Arts (M.A.) focused in National Security and Strategic Studies from Naval War College
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