Recorded Live:September 27, 2011
Start Time:9:00 a.m. US Pacific/ 12:00 p.m. US Eastern/ 5:00 p.m. London
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In today’s economy, security professionals and technologies are often victims of their own success. When security is well implemented and managed, it can become nearly invisible. Organizations rarely see the impact of unsuccessful malicious attacks, and the benefits of security may go unnoticed or be totally undetectable. Most organizations may even refrain from purchasing anything that will not have immediate visible results for the bottom line. This mindset extends not only to the operations of the organization, but also to the very applications the company creates and purchases. This session will demonstrate why senior management should buy into mandating security functionality for the applications they develop, purchase, and deploy, while providing informative strategies for conveying this message.
Ron Hardy - Vice President, Product Management and Marketing, NetIQ
Presentation Overview: The Art of Selling Security to the Business
RSA. Sony. Lockheed-Martin. Are you the next victim of a data breach? Eventually, someone will try to compromise your data. Only an organization with a strong risk management and information security program can defend itself against an evolving threat and regulatory landscape to achieve its business objectives. The information from this session will arm you to help senior management recognize that a robust security management program alleviates risk, meets compliance and governmental requirements, and is an investment in the future of the organization.
Ron Hardy is responsible for the overall positioning, requirements, and strategy for NetIQ products as well as their worldwide marketing and promotion. Ron routinely works with NetIQ’s enterprise customers to clarify their security and compliance needs. As a result, Hardy understands the stresses that cloud computing puts on customer security programs and technologies. Prior to NetIQ, Hardy successfully defined, launched, and supported many enterprise software products delivered as both on-premises software and software-as-a-service. Hardy has served in executive roles with companies such as SteelCloud, Sterling Software, BBN Communications, Intellitactics, and Progress Software. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics from the Hartwick College.
Michael Waters - Manager of Enterprise Information Security, Booz Allen Hamilton
Presentation Overview: The Emperor’s New Clothes
There are obvious threats and obvious responses. There are also far less obvious threats, which can pose an even greater threat to your enterprise. A lack of oversight of your own systems development and outsourcing processes can leave you with a broad set of vulnerabilities. Stealth adversaries could be silently exploiting these right now.
Michael Waters is the Manager of Enterprise Information Security for Booz Allen Hamilton, and is responsible for protecting Booz Allen Hamilton from external and internal cyber threats. He has over 25 years of information technology experience covering a broad range of IT topics such as information security, collaboration, messaging, and enterprise architecture. He is a regular presenter in the security community and has been a featured speaker at RSA. He has an MS and BS in Computer Science.
James M. Anderson CISSP, CISM, CGEIT - President, Professional Assurance, LLC Pinehurst
Many security business cases fail for reasons that are entirely preventable. Senior management needs to know basic things about your business case: how does the solution fit with our operation's products and culture? How does it improve our risk profile? How will you measure success? What are the overall costs? This session will cover these topics and provide a framework you can utilize to build business cases in the future.
James M. Anderson’s 30+ year career focuses on leading edge information risk management issues. Anderson is Executive Consultant for Emagined Security, Inc., where he has served clients such as Visa, Chevron, Elan Pharmaceuticals, Experian, and many others. Anderson has served as VP, Global Info Security Svcs for Visa and CISO for Lexis-Nexis. Additionally, Anderson held the position of VP Info Security Engineering for Morgan Stanley. He is a CISSP, CISM, and CGEIT with an MBA from the Univ. of Chicago.
Kevin D. Spease, CISSP-ISSEP - Treasurer/Chief Financial Officer, ISSA International Board
Kevin D. Spease is an IT Infrastructure Manager at Health Net in Sacramento. In addition to hardware and software currency, his responsibilities include the evolution and management of web application security in Health Net's Web Center of Excellence. He earned an MBA from University of Phoenix, is a CISSP-ISSEP, and is currently serving ISSA-Sacramento Valley Chapter as President.
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