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This session will cover the traditional breach reports as well as a new style of reports and analysis.
Matt Mosley – Vice President of Products, CyrenMatt Mosley is the VP of Products at Cyren, a leading email security and threat intelligence company. Matt is a recognized security expert and thought leader with more than 25 years of experience in numerous roles as a practitioner, consultant and software executive. Prior to joining Cyren, Matt was the VP of Products at Devo, where he lead product strategy for Devo's cyber security business, and the Director of Product Management for Symantec’s MSSP business, where he helped to launch new products and services to enhance the security of some of the world’s largest organizations. Matt has also held senior leadership roles with leading security firms including NetIQ, Internet Security Systems, Intellitactics, and Brabeion Software. As the chief security officer at early Internet pioneer DIGEX, Matt defined and implemented the security controls and best practices for the world’s first web hosting business and was a founding member of the ISP Security Consortium. Matt holds the CISSP, CISM, and CISA designations, is a regular speaker at security conferences, and taught CISSP classes for ISSA-NOVA for nearly a decade
Scott Parker – Sr. Principal Systems Engineer, Symantec
Scott has been with Symantec for 20 years and is an Information Systems Security Association Distinguished Fellow with over 30 years of tactical and strategic information security experience across multiple control points – data centers, endpoints, and gateways with a focus on threat protection, information protection, cyber security services and security analytics.
Gabe Chomic – President, ISSA-UK
Gabe is a technologist at heart who has been tinkering from an early age. In addition to running ISSA-UK, he has worked in 14 countries and across numerous sectors, bootstrapped a cloud cryptocurrency crowdfunding platform into profitability, built security programs from the ground up, led multi-million pound security service transitions and performed in-depth security engineering in SCADA environments. His current passions involve security economics, shifting security left, and the changing perception of information security in both business and the public eye.
Gary Marsden – Senior Director, Data Protection Services, Gemalto
After spending nearly two decades co-founding start-ups and working within multi-national integrators and service providers, Gary Marsden is now bringing to market Thales’ latest innovation – SafeNet Data Protection On Demand. Following the path of new technologies and growth markets has led Gary into the heart of many exciting and innovative products and projects. He has been instrumental in the development of managed and cloud services for voice, data, IT infrastructures and security markets.
Joining CryptoCard in 2007 (later acquired by SafeNet) Gary led the development of the managed authentication service business, achieving a leadership position in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for four years in succession and growing the user base from 30 users to over 2.5 million users in 2015. His ability to tap into the latest global trends across the managed services market, such as Blockchain, Cloud Computing, Internet of Things and Digital Payments comes from the years spent building channel-oriented business models. With the ever-increasing business focus on end-to-end security, from network layer through to applications integration, Gary’s experience is invaluable in building customer and channel-focused solutions and services, with a high level of focus on the whole value chain. Automating workflow processes, transforming data protection into a click and deploy model and allowing data owners to migrate between cloud providers are just a few of the ways Gary is helping vendors achieve success.
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