The Memphis Chapter June 2012 meeting will be held on Thursday, June 28, 2012 from 6:00pm – 8:00 PM at the AutoZone Parts, Inc. We will have an adrenaline-charged "Application Security Risk Management Strategies” discussion on There will free CPE's and free food.
This month's speaker is John Kirkwood, CISO and Chief Security Strategist for Security Innovation and he will discuss:
The Discussion: Application Security Risk Management Strategies
Insecure applications are the biggest threat to data breaches and the source of over 90% of attacks. This talk will discuss in-depth the three core strategies of application risk management: "Find and Fix”, "Secure at the Source”, and "Protect in Play”. Additionally, Mr. Kirkwood will share the results of a recent study on Application Security Maturity and tie in key findings to some of the root causes of insecure software.
The Speaker: John Kirkwood – CISO & Chief Security Strategist
John is responsible for the management of the information protection and risk management program at Security Innovation, including associated policies, procedures, controls and compliance. Additionally, he is the company's principal security strategist and evangelist - driving the direction of products and services at Security Innovation, and ensuring the company's value proposition resonates with security, control, compliance, privacy and risk management executives. John serves as chief liaison to current and prospective clients. John has spent the past twenty years focused on information protection, security, compliance and risk management. Prior to joining Security Innovation, he held global Chief Information Security Officer Positions for eight years at Royal Ahold and American Express companies. John has also held leading information security, risk management and compliance positions at Credit Suisse, Lucent, Siemens, Merck and Medco. Because of John's knowledge and experience in establishing and leading information protection and risk management programs, he has been asked to participate and numerous forums and conferences. He is also frequently asked to advise companies in establishing actionable information protection and risk management strategies and programs. John has a BA in government from Harvard College and has earned CISA, CISM, CISSP, ITIL and CRISC professional certifications
Pre-Registration Required: Seating is limited so you must pre-register for the event. You can register by visiting http://memphisissajune2012.eventbrite.com/or http://memphis.iss.org/
FREE CPE CREDITS! You can earn 2 CPE credits for attending an ISSA Meeting; just make sure to register!
** Parking is available on some streets downtown, some is metered some isn't. There is also a pay lot available at the corner of Front St. and Peabody Place that is just across the street from AutoZone. Attendees will need to come in the lobby and check in with the security guards to receive a badge (ID is required). From there, signage will be present to direct attendees to the meeting room. All users need to be registered at least 24 – 36 hours in advance so the security guards can pre-print visitor badges to speed up the check-in process. **
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