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Meet, Engage & Enjoy Breakfast with fellow Business Leaders, Cyber Experts, Government Officials & Thought Leaders.
Deputy Assistant Attorney General Adam Hickey will discuss how the National Security Division at the Department of Justice, drawing on its experience in counterterrorism and counterespionage, has committed to using criminal investigations to raise the costs for malicious cyber activity, even when sponsored by a foreign government. DAAG Hickey will illustrate the approach the U.S. government is taking to combat national security cyber threats by discussing several, recent historic indictments and how DOJ and law enforcement have adapted to help companies and critical infrastructure better defend themselves against cyber threats.Keynote by Adam Hickey, Deputy Assistant Attorney General for the National Security Division, U.S. Department of Justice
The guidelines that influence your organization’s cybersecurity policies can come from a multitude of fronts: government regulators, security frameworks, industry associations, or corporate leadership. These sometimes complementary, sometimes contradictory forces can quickly create a complicated web of rules and regulations that can become seemingly impossible to fully comply with. When compliance issues have you pushed against the wall, your cyber security providers can help guide you through the minefield of compliance requirements that lie ahead of you and your organization. This panel will discuss the challenges of meeting competing compliance issues, how to prioritize policy requirements, and how your cyber solution provider can assist you in implementing a fully compliant cybersecurity program.Moderated by Dave Mahon, VP & CSO, CenturyLink
Presented By Dave Mahon, VP & CSO, CenturyLink
As 2016 drew to a close, a year in which cybercriminals seemingly remained a few steps ahead, one might have noticed an increase of cyber crime in areas ranging from national defense, politics, & global economic systems to smart homes and personal devices. With a growing reliance and utilization of consumer & commercial data, social media, autonomous cars, smart city infrastructure and an exponentially increasing market of IoT devices, how can we best prepare and defend against the next-generation of cyber attacks?
Moderated by Evan Glover, Senior Counsel, GE Transportation
The most prodigious threat to the security and safety of the U.S. Enterprise is no longer the hacker attacking from beyond network walls, but the unruly employee already within them. According to recent market research, it is now estimated that “Insiders” conduct more than 50% of cyber attacks. What happens when a fast riser or even an uninspired employee decides to go to a competitor or launch his or her own endeavor? What data, clients or personal information is capable of being exfiltrated on their way out? This panel will focus on the identifiers and triggers that often go undetected and discuss ways to best defend against corporate espionage.
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