Security Thought Leaders Explore The Future of Enterprise Security at The Security Confab
CSO to honor Compass Award winners at The Security Confab in La Jolla, California
Framingham, Mass. – February 15, 2012 –CSO magazine announces a stellar line up of top security executives – including Malcolm Harkins the CISO from Intel – that will present at this year’s The Security Confab conference taking place April 15-17, 2012 at the Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines in La Jolla, California.
“What separates The Security Confab from other security conferences is our focus on the future,” said Bob Bragdon, Publisher of CSO. “Organizations need to be prepared for the next generation of security attacks, and The Security Confab concentrates its presentations on what the threats will look like in the coming years, and how we’ll successfully thwart them.”
The Security Confab will gather more than 150 security executives and thought leaders from public and private organizations as well as law enforcement and academia to discuss the future of enterprise security.
For two-plus days, security thought leaders will explore concepts in rapid-fire presentations, take deep-dives into critical strategies, and share ideas with fellow executives. The conference will feature discussions on several topics, including:
- Intelligent Threat Management
- The Realities of APT
- Security Strategies in an Ever-Changing World
- Security in a Wireless Cloud Environment
- Adapting Leadership Direction for the Future
- Bring Your Own Device Programs
- Social Media to Protect the Enterprise
- Global Regulatory Landscape
- Future of Risk Management
Malcolm Harkins, the CISO from Intel Corporation will deliver a keynote presentation posing the question “Can Information Security Survive?” This presentation will look at how Intel’s “Protect to Enable” strategy can be applied to any organization looking to bring employee-owned devices into the IT environment. Attendees will learn how to balance the business needs and growth, while mitigating risks.
Additional presenters include:
- Brad Arkin, Senior Director, Security from Adobe Systems
- Ken Baylor, VP, Antifraud & Emerging Threats at Well Fargo
- James Beeson, CISO from GE Capital – Commercial
- Roland Cloutier, VP & CSO of ADP
- Dennis Devlin, AVP, Information Security & Compliance Services at George Washington University
- JT Jacoby, CSO of New York City Housing Authority
- Shukri Khader, CISO at Avon Products
More presenters will be announced in the days and weeks ahead. Visit events.csoonline.com/confab2012/LaJolla for additional speaker updates.
CSO Compass Award Winners
“CSO is excited to announce the winners of this year’s CSO Compass Awards. The CSO Compass Award honors individuals who demonstrate excellence, achievement and leadership in security and drive business value,” continued CSO Publisher Bob Bragdon. “These people truly represent the best in the business.”
The 2012 CSO Compass Award recipients are:
- Eric Cowperthwaite, CISO, Providence Health & Services
- Jack Jones, Senior VP of IT Risk, Huntington Bank
- Richard Kelly, Director, Global Security / CSO, Harsco Corp.
- Kristin Lovejoy, VP of IT Risk, IBM
- Dick Parry, Executive Director, Global Security, Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research
- Shelley Stewart, Executive Director of Risk Management, Cummins, Inc.
CSO Compass Award honorees will receive their award during a special presentation at The Security Confab, April 15-17, 2012 in La Jolla, California.
The Security Confab sponsors include RSA, Terremark, Verizon Business and Qualys. For more information regarding sponsorship opportunities, please contact Bob Bragdon, publisher, CSO at email@example.com.
For more information and to register to attend The Security Confab, visit: http://events.csoonline.com/confab2012/LaJolla
For more information on the CSO Compass Awards, visit: http://www.csoonline.com/cso-awards/compass/index
To register for The Security Confab as a member of the media, visit: http://events.csoonline.com/confab2012/press
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