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A number of digital transformation initiatives are forcing businesses to rethink their enterprise security architecture. With breaches on the rise, users increasingly mobile, and data and applications moving to the cloud, businesses have to consider whether traditional perimeter-based security approaches are relevant.
The live, online panel discussion will explore:
- Key business imperatives that are changing the way you need to think about security
- What a Zero Trust security model is and why you need it
- Difference approaches to Zero Trust Security
- Zero Trust adoption best practices
Tyler Cohen Wood – Consultant
Tyler Cohen Wood is a cyber-authority with 20 years of highly technical experience, 13 of which were spent working for the Department of Defense (DoD). As a keynote speaker, author, blogger, national security expert, and overall cyber expert, she is relied on to provide unique insight into cyber threats, cyber warfare, mitigating cyber risk, national security, and ensuring industries have the tools they need to defend themselves in the digital world. Tyler sits on several cyber advisory boards, including CyberSat and The Internet of Things Consortium.
Before becoming a private consultant, Tyler worked in the public sector as an Executive Director for CyberVista and as a Director of Cyber Risk Management group at AT&T using thought leadership and her cybersecurity expertise to develop new and inventive solutions to protect customers from hackers and the ever-increasing cyber threat landscape.
Felice Flake – CEO, ScySec LLC
Felice Flake, CEO of ScySec LLC, is a highly sought after and proven leader in the security field. Felice has extensive experience in both the government and private sectors. She is the President of the Tampa Bay ISSA Chapter, and the Chairperson of the International Chapters Sub-Committee, ISSA International, Chairperson. She also serves as the Chairperson of the Scholarships & Awards Committee, Women in Defense-Central Florida Chapter, and the Peerlyst Tampa Ambassador. Some of Felice’s most recent speaking engagements include the Tampa Small Business Symposium, Tampa (ISC)2 B-Sides event, and the 2018 Women in Cybersecurity Conference (WiCyS) Conference in Chicago. She is a contributing author to the 2016 book, Women in Security. Felice is a member of the National CyberWatch Center's Curriculum Standards Panel (NCC-CSP) for the Cybersecurity Foundation Series. Felice is also an invited member of the University of South Florida Cybersecurity Education Advisory Board, the Tampa Military Spouse Economic Empowerment Zone (MSEEZ) Working Group, and the University of South Florida Cybersecurity for Executives Advisory Committee. She is also a nominee for the “2018 Tampa Bay Business Woman of the Year” Award and serves on the leadership team for the 2018 Diana Initiative Conference co-located with DEFCON.
Felice holds a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice with a focus on Homeland Security, a Master of Science in Cybersecurity, and is close to completing her Master of Business Administration focusing on Information Security Management.
Patrick Sullivan – Global Director, Security Strategy, Akamai Technologies
Patrick is the Global Director of Security Strategy for Akamai Technologies. In his 12 years at Akamai, Patrick has held a number of leadership positions including leading the Enterprise Security Architect team. Patrick and his team work with customers when they come under attack and designs security architectures to protect them from threats. In the course of helping to fend off so many attacks, he has gained unique visibility into attacks targeting many of the top Enterprises. Patrick holds a variety of security certifications including CISSP, GSLC, GCIH, and GWAPT. Patrick holds an Electrical Engineering degree from Virginia Tech and holds a graduate degree from George Mason University and a Graduate Certificate from Stanford University.
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