Executive Alliance’s Security Leaders Summit New York Fall was held on Tuesday, September 26, 2017 at the New York Hilton Midtown. The heat on the streets mirrored the glowing hot issues of the current state of the industry. From recent breaches to best practice success stories, the day was packed with exclusive insights from the top minds in security today. The Summit Hosts and Speakers, representing companies across a diversity of industries and sizes, offered the latest take-aways about the challenges facing C-Level executives and gave their predictions about where the future of security will be going. To all our amazing attendees and sponsors that made the New York Fall Summit a success, Thank You!
Fortune 50 Financial Institution
Pre-Summit Host Dinner
The Host Dinner was held the evening before the Summit, on 9/25 for the Summit Hosts, Platinum and Gold Sponsors, and invited guests to enjoy getting to know each other in advance of the Summit.
Welcome and Opening Remarks
The Security Leaders Summit New York Fall opened up with networking and breakfast in the Sponsor Pavilion and Welcome Remarks by Mary Lou Heastings, CEO of Executive Alliance.
Richard Warner, TV and Radio personality, delved into the unprecedented amount of risks and threats facing the information security community. Richard provided powerful insights into what is happening and why - and what can be done to protect infrastructures in the future.
In this presentation David Pogemiller VP of Strategy at ForcePoint, Platinum Sponsor, spoke on understanding user intent and the ways organizations can delve deeper into their intent in order to mitigate future incidents.
During the morning break, there was high energy as attendees had the chance to talk with their peers and meet with sponsors to discuss their products and services.
Top of Mind – The Equifax Breach
A series of questions conducted in a live polling format had some very revealing answers about the attitudes and lessons learned from the Equifax Breach. Driven by attendee participation, this session gave genuine insight into perceptions about the expected fallout and next steps.
Transformation’s Impact on CIOs and CISOs
Joel Rosenblatt, Director of Network and Computer Security, Columbia University, spoke during the interview session on some of the innovative strategies he has deployed, and what he believes are the industry’s most vulnerable areas in terms of the known” threat landscape and the challenges he still sees facing the industry in terms of defending against the “unknowns.”
Chantelle LaPorte, Cybersecurity Executive at Darktrace, Silver Sponsor, spoke on how new machine learning and mathematics are automating advanced cyber defense. Chantelle presented facts on how increased network visibility allows the detection of threats through smart prioritization and visualization.
The lunch break provided great opportunities for the conversations to continue from the morning sessions.
Why Audit Teams are Turning Towards Collaborative Solutions Combining Data Segregation and a Forensic Chain of Custody
In this presentation, Julia Mason, North America Cybersecurity Business Director at Cryptobox by Ercom , Silver Sponsor, spoke on the scalable advanced methods of collaboration, sharing and synchronization, and data encryption on devices and during data transfers…all geared towards a higher level of security.
Trends, Impacts and Drivers – Interactive Discussions
This interactive polling session brought to light many of the latest trends, the drivers behind these trends and expected impact to organizations. Attendees engaged in lively debates, with conflicting schools of thought.
For the closing Summit session, attendees had the opportunity to break out into lively peer-to-peer roundtable discussions on a variety of timely topics. The roundtables were facilitated by Tyrone Paige, General Manager IT, Enterprise Infrastructure Architecture, IT Security at JetBlue Airways, Brian Carini, IT Risk & Information Security at American Express Company, Bernadette Gleason, Vice President, Business Information Security Officer at Fortune 50 Financial Institution, Phyllis Bouldin-Ingram, Chief Security Officer at Informa Investment Solutions, Inc., Christine Whalley, Director, Global Security, Information Security at Pfizer Inc., and Ozlem Coskun, Office of the CIO – Personal Risk Services, Chubb Insurance.
The Summit closed with an afternoon reception where attendees and sponsors had the chance to relax and have some fun.
Be sure to visit the Gallery Tab with photos of the Summit.
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Darktrace is the world’s leading machine learning company for cyber security, having developed AI algorithms that mimic the human immune system to defend enterprise networks of all types and sizes. Created by mathematicians from the University of Cambridge, Darktrace’s Enterprise Immune System is the first non-consumer application of machine learning to work at scale, across all network types, from physical, virtualized, and cloud, through to IoT and industrial control systems. Installed as a self-configuring cyber defense platform, Darktrace continuously learns what is ‘normal’ for all devices and users, updating its understanding as the environment changes.
By applying its unique, unsupervised machine learning, Darktrace has identified 30,000 previously unknown threats in over 2,4000 networks, including zero-days, insider threats and subtle, stealthy attacks. The company has experienced 600% year-on-year revenue growth. With 500 employees in 24 offices and dual headquarters in San Francisco and Cambridge UK, Darktrace was named ‘Most Innovative Security Company of the Year 2017,’ ‘Bloomberg Innovator,’ and ‘GSN Homeland Security’ award winner. The company’s valuation is $.5 billion and its investors include KKR, Softbank, Summit, Invoke Capital, and Samsung.
Ercom has been developing its leadership in the communications, data and security industry for 30 years. Cryptobox from Ercom provides businesses and organizations with sharing and collaboration solutions to secure internal and external exchanges, using end-to-end encryption.
Cryptobox allows customers to get the advantages of cloud-based (on-premise or public cloud) data storage without any risk to their security or privacy. Our collaborative work platform ensures that sensitive data stay under the exclusive control of its rightful owner, protecting it against interception, theft and unauthorized access. Only the CryptoBox end-user can access his/her files and decide who, when and from which devices the files can be accessible; the IT department or the cloud owner cannot access the information. Typical users are finance, legal, audit, HR, boards… teams.
Cryptobox is natively compatible with blockchain for forensic chain of custody; End-to-end secure instant messaging is also available. The “restricted” certification by ANSSI is pending along with the EAL 3+ certification.
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Alert Logic, the leader in security and compliance solutions for the cloud, provides Security-as-a-Service for on-premises, cloud, and hybrid infrastructures, delivering deep security insight and continuous protection for customers at a lower cost than traditional security solutions. Fully managed by a team of experts, the Alert Logic Security-as-a-Service solution provides network, system and web application protection immediately, wherever your IT infrastructure resides. Alert Logic partners with the leading cloud platforms and hosting providers to protect over 3,000 organizations worldwide. Built for cloud scale, our patented platform stores petabytes of data, analyzes over 450 million events and identifies over 60,000 security incidents each month, which are managed by our 24×7 Security Operations Center. Alert Logic, founded in 2002, is headquartered in Houston, Texas, with offices in Seattle, Dallas, Cardiff, Belfast and London.
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