Agenda - Wednesday, May 3, 2017
10:30 am - 11:30am
11:30am - 12:00pm
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Insider Threat - Has Loyalty and Trust Worthiness Become a Thing of the Past?
Dr. Michael Gelles, Managing Director, Deloitte Consulting LLP and author of the newly published book: INSIDER THREAT, Prevention, Detection, Mitigation and Deterrence.
The theft of trade secrets, customer information, impacting brand and reputation as well as the loss of pricing models, market strategies, research and development of new products impacting competition and growth, risks associated with mergers and acquisitions, fraud, sabotage, disgruntled employee and violence in the workplace are just a few of the many issues facing enterprises as insider threats become more prevalent. Dr. Gelles will address the key elements necessary to implement and operate a successful insider threat program as well as issues impacting loyalty in the workplace.
1:00pm - 1:30pm
1:30pm - 2:30pm
Implementing Insider Threat Programs – Perspectives From Different Corporate Sectors
Developing and implementing a comprehensive insider threat program is no easy task. There is no cookie cutter program that will work in every enterprise or in all sectors. Enterprise security executives must take into account the environment in which they operate, the culture of the enterprise, the makeup of the workforce and the liability exposure the enterprise faces as well as the risk tolerance of senior management.
Enterprise security executives from three different sectors will share the differences and commonalities in their respective programs. They will also discuss lessons learned to assist attendees in avoiding issue that could complicate or derail the successful implementation of an insider threat program.
2:30pm - 3:30pm
Crisis Management in the Age of Social Media
Jack Faer, Chief Security Officer, Iron Mountain
Corry Leigh, Director, Safety, Security and Environmental, Boston Consulting Group
Joseph Petro, Senior Vice President and Chief Security Officer, Time Warner
From initial response and triage to crisis communications and disaster recovery, each step in the process of managing a crisis creates an opportunity for success or failure.
How an enterprise responds to a crisis in today’s fast paced world of 15 second sound bites and 140 character blogs can instantly make it a hero or a villain.
Enterprise senior executives participating on this panel will discuss the core elements of handling a crisis situation, and will address the good, the bad and the ugly as it relates to managing a crisis.
3:30pm - 4:00pm
4:00pm - 5:00pm
The Evolving Role of the CSO
Richard Gunthner, Vice President, Strategy & Operational Effectiveness. Global Consumer Credit & Loyalty Solutions, MasterCard
Brad Minnis, Senior Director of Corporate Environmental, Health, Safety & Security for Juniper Networks, Inc
Duane Ritter, Senior Vice President Corporate Services & Enterprise Security, Cox Enterprises, Inc.
This panel of highly successful corporate executives will discuss their paths to success. They will explain how they moved beyond the traditional role of security and significantly expanded their roles and responsibilities in their enterprises. They will cover how they gained the trust and respect of their senior management, and what they did to make their security organization highly respected and trusted partners with the rest of the enterprise’s leadership. Additionally, they will address what their new role means relative to additional responsibilities and accountabilities.