Agenda - Thursday, May 10, 2018
10:30 am - 11:30am
11:30am - 12:00pm
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Keynote Address: Finding Opportunity and Risk within the Converging Cyber/Physical Security Landscape
James L. Turgal, Jr, Managing Director, Cyber Risk Services Practice, Deloitte & Touche LLP
Now, more than ever, the security industry is in a state of transformation. Traditional models of protection are being stretched to cover the merged aspects of digital security, personal privacy and physical safety for tools, technologies and services. New dangers stimulate customer expectations for better protection, representing opportunities for security organizations to show value and differentiate. Security leaders with insights into emerging risks in the converging cyber and physical security landscape will find themselves uniquely positioned to seize important competitive opportunities.
1:00pm - 1:30pm
1:30pm - 2:30pm
Security Leadership: Fostering the Next Generation of Security Professionals
Moderator: Diane Ritchey, Editor-in-Chief, Security
Panelists: Alana Forrest, Director, Global Physical Security North America, Oracle; Jill Jones, Director of Executive Protection, Facebook; Thomas Uretsky, Director of Security and Emergency Management, Monterey Bay Aquarium
Finding the right talent for security leadership, threat analysis and risk management is always a challenge. Retaining it is harder. Join a panel of enterprise security leaders to learn how they implement professional development programs, foster up-and-coming security professionals, scout for talent outside the normal channels and plan for the succession and success of their security programs.
2:30pm - 3:30pm
IP Protection & Counterfeiting: What Is Security’s Role?
Presenter: Brad Minnis, Sr. Director, Environmental, Health Safety & Security, Juniper Networks, Inc.
According to a 2016 study by the International Chamber of Commerce, counterfeit products make up 5-7% of world trade, and have cost an estimated 2.5 million jobs worldwide. If enterprise security leaders are charged with the protection of the enterprise’s people, physical and cyber assets and reputations, how can they protect against counterfeiting and intellectual property theft? This presentation will cover proactive strategies to prevent counterfeiting and preserve the integrity of your enterprise’s brand.
3:30pm - 4:00pm
4:00pm - 5:00pm
Managing Security Technology with a Global Footprint
Moderator: John Petruzzi, VP Integrated Security, G4S
Panelists: Alan Borntrager ,Global Head, Security, Safety + Business Resilience, Red Hat, Inc.; Carlos Galvez, Jr. CPP, Director of Global Safety, Security and Investigations,Oportun; Marty Lev, Head of Physical Security, Amazon Web Services
As enterprises expand across the globe, their businesses – and their security systems – become drastically more complex. A plethora of security technology exists to secure and manage enterprises’ worldwide assets, from GSOCs to security management systems to travel monitoring and more, but adding complexity can also add risk. This panel of international security experts will share their experiences on securing a global enterprise and why, in the end, simplicity and focus can be the keys to an excellent security system.
5:00pm - 7:00pm
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