Dorian Grey & The Net: Social Media Monitoring
2-Hour Live Event: Tuesday, November 18, 2014
Start Time: 9:00 a.m. US-Pacific/ 12:00 p.m. US-Eastern/ 5:00 p.m. London
Web Conference Overview:
Social media has become a ubiquitous part of our lives. As with many new technologies, social networks have evolved much more rapidly than the security model around them, creating a tremendous attack surface as well as potential risk to privacy.
In this session, we’ll discuss the security and privacy implications of social media and social networks, for individuals corporations, and government organizations. Our experts will discuss how these networks are being used both by adversaries, white hats, and even governments in the daily battle for control of your privacy and what you can do to protect your assets and information.
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Moderator and Speakers:
Director of Product Management, Symantec; NOVA Chapter, ISSA Web Conference Committee
Matt Mosley has been working as a security professional for more than 20 years in roles within corporate IT and risk management, strategic consulting, and product development. In his current role with Symantec, Matt is responsible for product strategy for managed security services.
Prior to this role, Matt held senior leadership roles with leading security firms including NetIQ, Internet Security Systems, Intellitactics and Brabeion Software. Matt holds the CISSP, CISM, and CISA designations, teaches CISSP courses for ISSA-NOVA, and is a frequent speaker at security conferences.
Founder, Assertive Privacy, Washington DC
JC Cannon is the founder of Assertive Privacy, a Washington D.C. based consulting agency. He assists startups with privacy reviews, provides input to policy discussions, is an instructor for IAPP's CIPT certification and speaker at privacy events. Cannon continues to be a staunch privacy advocate fighting for the Privacy Bill of Rights.
Cannon recently retired from a sixteen-year career at Microsoft where he spent twelve of those years focused on privacy. While at Microsoft, Cannon developed the compliance program for Microsoft’s SQL Server database product, which included white papers, an SDK, client surveys and a hands-on lab.
Before joining Microsoft, Cannon worked as a software consultant for companies in the United States, England, France, and Sweden. He is also a six-year veteran of the U.S. Navy where he fixed avionics for A6 aircraft on the flight deck of aircraft carriers.
Cannon is a member of the IAPP Publication Advisory Board, past VP of the University of Washington World Series Board and participates in numerous privacy events. He is the author of Privacy in Technology: Standards and Practices for Engineers and Security and IT Professionals, Privacy: What Developers and IT Professionals Should Know and contributed to the books Writing Secure Code and Windows Security Resource Kit. He is the author of The Euclidian science fiction books.
VP Business Development, Legal, DigiCert, Inc.
Jeremy Rowley serves as associate general counsel for DigiCert, Inc. In his role, Mr. Rowley represents DigiCert’s interests in advancing internet security standards and best practices through involvement in such groups as IETF, Mozilla Forum, NIST, CA/Browser Forum, ICANN, ITU, and the CA Security Council. Rowley was an active participant in drafting the CA/Browser Forum’s EV Guidelines, Baseline Requirements, and Network Security Guidelines.
Rowley also negotiates contracts and licensing agreements and files DigiCert’s patents and trademarks. Prior to joining DigiCert, he worked as corporate counsel for another large Certificate Authority, helped build programs to achieve efficiencies within law firms, and served as chief software architect for a database software program that is used by major chemical companies around the world. Rowley earned a JD from Brigham Young University as well as MS and BS of chemical engineering at the same institution. He is a member of the Utah Bar and is president of the Utah Bar Association’s cyberlaw division.
Director, Converged Cloud, Hewlett-Packard Company
Michael has served as a Director within HP’s Converged Cloud team since March 2014. Prior to coming to HP, he acted as the Chief Technology Officer for a number of startups, where he focused on building cloud infrastructures for retail point of sale platforms and mobile applications.
Previously, Michael was at Microsoft for almost 15 years in a variety of roles, including: Director of Research focused on Collaborative University and Government research projects and Director of Intellectual Property Strategy. He holds several security and cryptography focused patents and maintains an interest in the intersection of security, cloud computing, and mobile platforms.