Join Us at the Insider Threat Knowledge-Sharing Event of the Year!
Today's enterprises are spending more on security than ever, but they're still falling victim to data breaches. Users put organizations at risk every day, whether it be through malicious attacks, negligence, or infiltration by outside attackers.
The Global Insider Threat Summit is a knowledge sharing opportunity with some of the world's top business and security professionals. Craft a stronger insider threat program in 2018 using insights from leading global security experts, who will discuss insights like:
- Scaling User Behavior Intelligence in the enterprise.
- Managing the latest privacy challenges in the regulatory landscape & GDPR.
- Operationalizing an insider threat program, with ease of deployment, time to value, and integration with other systems.
The Agenda Includes...
Scaling User Behavior Intelligence in the Enterprise: An Expert Panel
Due to the nature of the data they own, and how potentially lucrative a cyber-attack can be, Enterprise organizations are often the first to see new threats. With the rise in mobile workers and the erosion of the network, combined with the growing sophistication of attackers, the insider threat has become one of cybersecurity's top challenges. Join a discussion with leading experts to hear the latest insider threat challenges that enterprises are facing and how you can start eliminating them with user behavior intelligence.
Trusted Insiders: Best Assets or Biggest Threats?
Fireside Chat with James Clapper, Former Director National Intelligence
As the intelligence community shifts from a "need-to-know" approach to an information sharing approach, the trusted insider is more empowered than ever before and leaks are inevitable. In this conversation, we'll explore why the self-motivated insider is quickly becoming the most important counterintelligence challenge and how methods need to potentially shift in order to better protect highly sensitive data from getting into the wrong hands.
MO AHDDOUD | CISO, SGN
Mo Ahddoud is a security expert who is currently serving as the Chief Information Security Officer at SGN, which manages and operates over 74,000 km of gas mains and services in Scotland and the south of England. Prior to coming to SGN, Mo acted as the International IT Security Lead at NBC Universal. His professional history also includes leading companies like IBM, BAE Systems, and a ten-year tenure as an officer in the British Army. His depth and variety of experience across public and private sectors gives him a unique insight into all angles of cybersecurity.
NICOLE WASHBURN | Director of Insider Threat, Capital One
Nicole Washburn is a global internal risk management and investigative specialist with over 20 years of experience. Currently, she is the Director of the Insider Threat Program at Capital One. Previously, she worked as Senior Director of Insider Threat and Global Investigations for Equifax in Atlanta, GA and as a Special Agent for the FBI in Los Angeles, CA. Her career has spanned the financial services industry, federal law enforcement agencies, and private business sector. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Government from University of California, Davis, as well as a law degree from Pepperdine University.
PAUL DEMENNATO | Senior IT Manager, Defense Information Systems Agency
Paul DeMennato is the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Cyber Security Insider Threat Chief, where he is responsible for technology requirements and minimum standards to prevent, deter, detect and mitigate actions by malicious insiders who represent a threat to national security through exploitation of DISA's critical systems, assets, and resources. Prior to his current role, Mr. DeMennato served as the IT Operations Chief responsible for operations of the global DISA Administrative Network for 13,000 users across 52 global Sites on NIPRNet and SIPRNet, and also has served as the Branch Chief of the Integration Branch in the DISA Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) Transition Office. He has been in Federal Service since 2002, when he was assigned to the Joint Staff Support Center in the Pentagon, following seven years of service in the US Air Force. He lives in Maryland with his wife and two children.
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