Live Event:January 25, 2011
Start Time:9:00 a.m. US Pacific/ 12:00 p.m. US Eastern/ 5:00 p.m. London
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Web Conference Overview:
The past two years have seen a tidal wave of proposed computer security legislation. What are the trends? Privacy laws are being enacted, compliance is constantly changing, and in some countries, computer forensic investigators must even have a private investigators license or law enforcement mandate. How will these laws and future ones impact the role of the global information security professional?Presenters Include:
Joe Tasker – Independent Consultant and Principal, JT Square Strategies; formerly Sr. VP and General Counsel, Information Technology Association of America
Speaker Biography:Joe Tasker is a consultant in Washington, D.C. who concentrates on information technology, international trade, internet governance, and intellectual property. He is a high tech public policy strategist and advocate with a background in the legal profession; he has experience working in both the public and private sectors. Until a recent merger, he served as Senior VP for Government Affairs at ITAA and worked extensively on cyber security issues. For 10 years, he led government affairs for Compaq Computer. He helped found many policy advocacy coalitions formed to solve pressing issues for the information technology industry including: internet access, export controls, and the growth of trade in ICT goods and services.
Kevin D. Spease, CISSP – ISSEP, CIPP/IT
Speaker Biography:Kevin D. Spease is a Senior Application Security Analyst at Health Net, Inc. in Sacramento. His responsibilities include the evolution and management of web application security in Healthnet's Web Center of Excellence (WCOE). In addition to environmental and logistics web-based application security, he has experience with Air Force strategic and Army tactical weapons applications. He instructs at ITT Technical Institute in the Information System Security program. Formerly, he served in the California Army National Guard and the US Air Force. He earned an MBA from University of Phoenix, and is a Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP) - Information System Security Engineering Professional (ISSEP), and is currently serving the ISSA Sacramento Chapter as President.
John T. Sabo – Director, Global Government Relations CA Technologies
Speaker Biography:John T. Sabo focuses on trusted infrastructure technologies, policies, and practices. Representing CA Technologies, he addresses cybersecurity and data privacy. He chairs the IDtrust Member Section Steering Committee in the OASIS standards organization and co-chairs the Privacy Management Reference Model Technical Committee. Currently, he serves as President of International Security Trust and Privacy Alliance (ISTPA). He is a board member of the Information Technology-Information Sharing and Analysis Center (IT-ISAC); member of the IT-Sector Coordinating Council; and chaired the ISAC Council. He served as a member of the DHS Data Privacy and Integrity Advisory Committee and was a member of the NIST Information Security and Privacy Advisory Board (ISPAB). As Director of the Social Security Administration’s Electronic Services Staff, he developed e-government services. Currently he is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP).Moderated By:
Phillip H. Griffin – Associate, Booz Allen Hamilton; ISSA Educational Advisory Council Member and Web Conference Committee Member
Moderator Biography:Phillip H. Griffin brings over 15 years of experience in the information assurance and security profession. Operating as Griffin Consulting before joining Booz Allen, he has served as a trusted security advisor, security architect, and consultant with leading corporations including Visa International, GTE, and IBM. He has acted as committee chair, editor, head of U.S. delegation, and rapporteur in the development of national and international security standards. He serves as an ISSA Educational Advisory Council Member, and is on the board of the Raleigh ISSA Chapter. His experience encompasses numerous facets of security including authentication technologies, encryption, access control, biometrics, and secure messaging schema. Currently, he has eight patents pending in the area of security, and he has been a speaker at leading security conferences and venues around the world.