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Chertoff Group Security Series 2017: August 23 2017 (Palo Alto, CA)

Chertoff Group Security Series 2017

Chertoff Group Security Series 2017
“Security In The Boardroom”

Wednesday, August 23 2017
Palo Alto, CA
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The Chertoff Group Security Series will aim to enhance and add to the Security in the Boardroom conversation by applying our insights into technology, threat, and policy to help executives respond to the evolving threat environment.

Cybersecurity is a boardroom topic in nearly every organization.  For many boards, security has evolved from a technical risk to a top business risk.  Cybersecurity is also a growth opportunity.  Proper integration of security and privacy concerns can drive far more effective digital transformation efforts.  However, the mystique around cybersecurity can prevent board members and management from improving their cyber fluency and driving required improvements. Please join The Chertoff Group for our Security in the Boardroom event where we will demystify cybersecurity technology and policy issues while providing practical tools that board members and management can use to improve their resiliency to cyber risk and drive competitive advantage.

WHAT – Chertoff Group Security Series – Security in the Boardroom

WHEN AND WHERE – August 23rd 8:00am – 3:00pm.   Four Seasons Hotel Palo Alto.

WHO – CISO’s, security & IT leaders, senior business leaders and board directors

TOPICS

    • Role of the Board Director in Cybersecurity
    • Driving a cyber-aware growth culture
    • Artificial Intelligence and security
    • Security considerations with distributed ledgers and cryptocurrencies
    • Innovation in security risk management

Guests Appearing on theCUBE: (Stay Tuned for Updates)

Rich Baich
Principal, Deloitte

Computer security improves when IT speaks the language of the boardroom
The modern business world is one in need of security. Cybersecurity, in particular, has been an issue for most companies, including industry leaders. One reason is a lack of real communication between information technology people and the boardroom, and that must change, according to Rich Baich, chief information security officer at Wells Fargo & Co. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Reggie Brothers
Principal, Chertoff Group

Corporate boards need AI to deal with cyber risks
Increased cyberattacks are forcing many corporate boards to take a closer look at protection and prevention measures in the information technology infrastructure. And as boards become more involved, they are looking at a technology toolbox that includes artificial intelligence and machine learning to deal with the risks posed by threat actors who are generating more sophisticated attacks, such as Petya and WannaCry, every month. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Michael Chertoff
Co-Founder & Executive Chairman, The Chertoff Group

Former DHS secretary says corporate boards must manage risks and expectations
Data breaches in the enterprise are no longer just a minor irritant. They have become a fact of life — a situation that brings renewed focus to the role that boards of directors should play in a company’s cybersecurity strategy. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Jason Cook
Managing Director, The Chertoff Group

Cybersecurity and compliance merge at company board level
In the real world, security is more than just locks and doors. It’s an active process, one that requires people as much as technology. Computer security is no different, and for a company to make real decisions regarding their cybersecurity, those at the top must understand the risks and duties involved. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Steve Daly
President & CEO, Ivanti

Cybersecurity trends evolve, protect more than just the datacenter
The security game never ends, and it never stays the same. Hackers, agents and malware are all adapting to hunt the weak points in every security system. Now, savvy cybersecurity experts look to protect not just the data centers, but also the users. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Paul Farrell
CEO, Nehemiah

Cybersecurity and compliance merge at company board level
In the real world, security is more than just locks and doors. It’s an active process, one that requires people as much as technology. Computer security is no different, and for a company to make real decisions regarding their cybersecurity, those at the top must understand the risks and duties involved. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Joe Gottlieb
SVP Corporate Development, SailPoint

Cybersecurity starts with company board that understands risk equation
Cybersecurity does not spring from the ground up. It flows from the top, the boardroom, where companies make their most important decisions. While boards don’t care about technical concerns, they do understand risk. Translating the risks and rewards of good security into boardroom terms is vital, according to Joe Gottlieb, senior vice president of corporate development at SailPoint Technologies Inc. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Bob Griffin
CEO, Ayasdi Inc.

AI makes the leap from the lab to the board room
Artificial intelligence has been a hot buzzword for a while now, but AI applications are now making the leap from the lab to the boardroom. This change goes beyond dark boxes humming away in a server room. Soon, AI will touch every business application, according to Bob Griffin, chief executive officer of Ayasdi Inc. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Brad Hibbert
CTO, BeyondTrust

What companies must do to secure their networks inside the walls
If you want to secure a computer, lock it in a safe and throw the safe in the ocean. If you want a computer system people actually use, there must be a way for them to access the system. This presents a security risk. While cybersecurity is good at making sure only the right people get into the system, hackers have figured out how to disguise themselves as legit users, according to Brad Hibbert, chief technical officer at BeyondTrust Inc., a global cybersecurity company. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Jim Pflaging
Principal, Technology Sector and Strategy Practice Lead, The Chertoff Group

Former DHS secretary says corporate boards must manage risks and expectations
Data breaches in the enterprise are no longer just a minor irritant. They have become a fact of life — a situation that brings renewed focus to the role that boards of directors should play in a company’s cybersecurity strategy. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Chad Sweet
Co-Founder, The Chertoff Group

Corporate boards need AI to deal with cyber risks
Increased cyberattacks are forcing many corporate boards to take a closer look at protection and prevention measures in the information technology infrastructure. And as boards become more involved, they are looking at a technology toolbox that includes artificial intelligence and machine learning to deal with the risks posed by threat actors who are generating more sophisticated attacks, such as Petya and WannaCry, every month. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


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