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Web Conference Overview:
and regulation continue to be extremely important drivers for information
security professionals. Given the ever-increasing requirements for security,
we're charged with understanding how current, pending, and possible future
pronouncements will affect our approaches to information security, both
nationally and internationally.
Last year's legislative and regulatory issues have again put us in a position
where we must try to address these question:
• How do we prioritize what is most important?
• What can we do to make compliance easier?
• How do we get our policies aligned with the differing
regulatory environments across different
• How do we deal with export controls (software and information)? and in some
• How do we avoid fines and simply stay out of jail?
Hear the views on this topic and the questions around it from industry experts: Joe Tasker, independent consultant
and principal, JT Square Strategies (former Sr.VP and General Counsel,
Information Technology Association of America); Danielle Kriz, Director, Global Cybersecurity Policy, Information Technology Industry Council (ITI); and The Earl of Erroll, Independent Crossbench Peer, House of Lords.
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and Regulatory Landscape Web Conference
June 24, 2014
PM - 2:00 PM EDT
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Michael F. Angelo - Chief Security Architect, NetIQ Corporation
ISSA Web Conference Committee Chair, Session Moderator
Michael is well known in the security community
with his work designing, developing, implementing and deploying security
products and architectures for multi-national corporate environments. His work
includes participating, driving, and creating security standards, working
on corporate policies, national and international legislation, and
multi-national regulatory issues.Speakers:
Michael is very active in the security community at large and participates in
numerous international and national advisory councils. Currently, he chairs the
ISSA International Webinar Committee, and is a technology contributor to the
U.S. Department of Commerce Information Systems Technical Advisory Council.
He has also been a featured speaker at numerous national and international
security conferences, including RSA, ISSA, and InfoSec. In 2012 and 2013 he was
on the RSA national symposia committee.
Michael currently holds 52 U.S. patents (77 World Wide), with the majority
being in the area of security and authentication; he is a former Sigma-Xi
distinguished lecturer, recipient of the Trusted Computing Platform Alliance
(TCPA) lifetime achievement award. In 2011 he was recognized by ISSA as the
Security Professional of the Year and in 2013 received the ISSA Hall of Fame
Joe TaskerIndependent Consultant and Principal with the firm JT Square Strategies; formerly Sr. VP and General Counsel, Information Technology Association of America
Joe 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 and 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 has helped founded many policy advocacy coalitions formed to solve pressing issues for the information technology industry, from internet access to export controls and the growth of trade in ICT goods and services.
Director, Global Cybersecurity Policy, Information Technology Industry Council (ITI)Danielle Kriz has 18 years of government and industry experience formulating policy for the high-tech industry, including 12 years focusing on cybersecurity. As director for global cybersecurity policy at the Information Technology Industry Council (ITI), she encourages governments around the world—including the U.S. Government—to leverage the considerable work industry is doing to improve cybersecurity and to follow globally accepted policy approaches that meet security needs while facilitating interoperability and a global marketplace. Before joining ITI, she spent four years in Silicon Valley, where she created and implemented government affairs strategies for high-tech and clean-tech companies. Prior to that, she spent a decade in the U.S. Government developing its high-tech trade policies, at the U.S. International Trade Commission and then the U.S. Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration. The Earl of Erroll
Independent Crossbench Peer, House of Lords
After working for
many years in software development, Lord Erroll (Merlin) plays an active role
in thought leadership in the ICT arena, especially around Cybersecurity,
Intellectual Property, Broadband and the Internet. He sits on several Advisory Boards and was
inducted into the Infosecurity Europe Hall of Fame in 2010.
In Parliament he
takes a particular interest in ICT, Countryside & the Environment, the
Constitution and Scottish matters. He is
active in several Parliamentary groups, especially looking at the impact of
regulation on business and the internet,
linking this with a Local Authority perspective through LASSeO (Local Authority
Smartcard Standards e-Organisation). He is a member of PICTFOR (Parliamentary ICT
Forum), and Chairs the Digital Policy Alliance (formerly EURIM) and the All-Party
Group on Entrepreneurship.