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January 2013

Security Reflections of 2012 and
Predictions for 2013

Recorded Live: January 22, 2013
Start Time: 9:00 a.m. US Pacific/ 12:00 p.m. US Eastern/ 5:00 p.m. London

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Web Conference Overview:

Once again some brave (or foolish?) folks volunteer some insights and predictions into where infosec challenges will come from in 2013 and beyond. To a degree, changes in legislation and technology are easy meat to predict in a 12-month time frame. But what about environmental impacts such as cyberattacks and cyberwarfare trends? Will the cold wind of social media exploits bring infosec into focus for the ignorant end user? What is likely to be the next big hurricane of "wikileaks” type exposure to rock the industry? Where will the wind of change blow  security in the ”cloud?" Will the heat be turned up further on compliance requirements? Will there be a drought of funds making everything we want to do harder to achieve? Join us, make notes, and then check back in a year to see how we did!


Michael Versace
Global Research Director, WW Risk, Big Data Industry Lead, IDC Financial Insights

Michael Versace is the Global  Research Director at IDC Financial Insights, focusing on the Worldwide Risk end-user and technology marketplace. IDC’s global risk advisory service covers retail banking, cash and treasury management, payment services, insurance, core banking, securities and investment services in all major regional markets.  Financial institutions use IDC’s world wide risk advisory services for mission-critical decisions on business and technologies strategies for market growth.  

Michael’s 25-year career in financial services included extensive experience in central banking, corporate and retail payment systems, investment services, and the associated risk technology communities at the enterprise, national, and international levels.  For 7 years Michael lead the International Standards Organization’s technical committee on information security in financial services.

Darien Kindlund

Senior Staff Scientist, FireEye, Inc.

Darien Kindlund is a Senior Staff Scientist at FireEye, Inc. Based in their DC office, some of his roles include: advanced threat analysis, victim notification, and malware intelligence liaison. 

Prior to FireEye, Darien supported The MITRE Corporation's Cyber Security Operations Center (CSOC) for 8 years, as a security systems engineer who has researched and developed various solutions for detecting and preventing client-side attacks used by advanced persistent threat actors.  He holds a Masters in Electrical & Computer Engineering and BS in Computer Science from Cornell University.

Wayne P. Proctor
- Metro Atlanta, USA Chapter and Senior Member
Director, Information Security & Risk Management, United Parcel Service

As Director of Information Security and IT Risk Management, Wayne Proctor, CISSP, CISM, CISA, CRISC, has global responsibility for the UPS information security program.  His key responsibilities include: strategy, architecture, security operations, IT risk management, policy, awareness, forensics, eDiscovery, compliance and IT business continuity.   

Wayne has more than 20 years of IT management experience with 12 years in Information Security leadership positions.  Prior to joining UPS, Wayne held CISO positions in: Bank of the West, First Data USA, Certegy and BellSouth International.   

Wayne is a nationally-recognized information security professional.  He is an active member of several information security organizations including:  ISACA, ISC2, Infragard, and is an executive member of the ISSA CISO organization.  He has spoken at National InfoSec events and has been quoted in a variety of industry magazines.  He received a BS in Computer Science in 1988 and his MBA in 2008.

Philip H. Griffin
- Raleigh, USA Chapter
ISSA Web Conference Committee, Session Moderator

Phillip H. Griffin, CISM, has over 18 years of information assurance experience. Phil has served as a trusted security advisor, security architect, and consultant with leading corporations. He has acted as committee chair, editor, and head of delegation in the development of international security standards, and he currently serves on the ISSA Educational Advisory Council, and on the board of the Raleigh ISSA Chapter.

At Booz Allen Hamilton, his work encompasses authentication technologies, access control policy, and message schema. Phil has five U.S. patents at the intersection of biometrics and information security, and has spoken at leading security conferences around the world.
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