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May 2020 Cyber Executive Forum

May Virtual Cyber Executive Forum 2020

Join us on May 15 and for the latest Cyber Executive Forum: May Virtual Cyber Executive Forum 2020

Online – GoToWebinar

May 15, 2020 and May 15, 2020

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May Virtual Cyber Executive Forum 2020

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Event Agenda

Day 1

9:45 AM to 10:00 AM

Opening Comments and Welcome Address

Day 2

12:15 PM to 12:30 PM

Lunch & Learn – Reflections of a New CISO: 5 Lessons Learned

What's it like to be a new CISO? What challenges await you? How might you address them? Lenny Zeltser shares the lessons he learned after becoming the CISO of a fast-growing cybersecurity company. He’s been discussing his journey in articles and talks, so that others can learn from his experience.
5:45 PM to

Closing Remarks

10:00 AM to 10:45 AM

The Emerging Role of the Chief Product Security Officer (CPSO)

You need a CPSO. Likely you’re wondering “why? and what’s a CPSO?” That is a problem. Millions of companies sell digital products, and security breaches are the largest monetary and reputation risk many companies face. So why aren’t there more Chief Product Security Officers? This talk will focus on discussing the role, how it differs from a CSO, why it’s a critical gap, and what skills it takes.
11:00 AM to 11:45 AM

Data Security Considerations as the Coronavirus Spreads

As the Coronavirus continues to grow worldwide, businesses face a series of questions regarding the impact the virus could have on their operations. Fortunately, businesses do not have to wait until disaster strikes before putting a plan of action in place and are wise to take data security measures well in advance.
12:45 PM to 1:30 PM

Executive Roundtables #1

1:45 PM to 2:30 PM

Leading from Home: Changing the Way We Lead

Designed to discuss strategies for leading remotely, Cornelia Shipley CEO of 3C Consulting will discuss the foundational pieces leaders need in place to effectively lead from home in a COVID-19 world including everything from data privacy with a spouse now working from home, to factors to consider as the world re-opens. Cornelia will also discuss issues around rarely discussed topics including domestic violence and policy considerations in your organization.
2:45 PM to 3:30 PM

Executive Roundtables #2

3:45 PM to 4:30 PM

A Brief History of Cyber-SCRM

Classic logistics supply chain risk management (SCRM) has always been important, but our new digitally-driven, software enabled, globally sourced information communications technology (ICT) eco-system demands we all pay much closer attention to Cyber-SCRM.  This ISSA Cyber Executive Forum session will be reviewing what the USG and others have been doing to mitigate risks from their global supply chains, starting from pre- US Comprehensive National Cyber Security Initiative Task #11 (CNCI-SCRM) in the early 2000’s, thru 2017 US DHS Broad Operational Directive (BOD 17-01) on Kaspersky Anti-Virus and recent USG “bans” on Huawei and ZTE and more recent DHS/CISA’s new ICT-SCRM Task Force initiatives. Additionally, the 2020 USG Cybersecurity Solarium Commission Report ( https://s.wsj.net/public/resources/documents/CSC%20Final%20Report.pdf ) calls for us to:  “RESHAPE THE CYBER ECOSYSTEM TOWARD GREATER SECURITY”; “…as technology supply chains have become more complex and global”; we must all, “Increase Support to Supply Chain Risk Management Efforts” and increase “Direct Investments for ICT Industrial Capacity and Trusted Supply”.
  • Speaker: Don Davidson – Director, Cyber-SCRM Programs, Synopsys
  • Speaker: Joe Jarzombek – Director, Government, Aerospace & Defense Programs, Synopsys
4:45 PM to 5:30 PM

Executive Roundtables #3


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Event Venue

Online – GoToWebinar

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ISSA CISO Executive Members

Complimentary meeting registration and 1 complimentary night of hotel accommodations.

CISO Member is responsible for making his or her own hotel reservations. Reservations must be made at the host hotel in the ISSA room block to qualify for complimentary one (1) night lodging.

Returning Guests

Registration for eligible returning guests is $400.

Upon verification of eligibility, guest will be invoiced for the $400 registration fee.

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Registration for eligible first-time guests is complimentary.

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