Day 1 - 13 November 2019
Enterprise Security – IOT & Digital Transformation: Chair’s Welcome and Opening Remarks
Threats to infrastructure: cyber security for energy
Keynote: Common cyber security mistakes made by enterprises and how to avoid them
Examining the common mistakes made my enterprises globally, and what business leaders can do to mitigate them. How cyber security can tackle the exponential growth in data from business systems that are incorporating more and more digital technology into their day to day business activities. Covering cloud, big data, AI, IOT and mobile devices and the security sensors meant to protect them from bad agents.
Snr Director of Product Marketing
10:50AM - Day 1
Panel: The evolution of cloud for enterprise cybersecurity
- Discussing the benefits vs challenges of implementing cloud based systems at enterprise scale – what do CISOs and CIOs need to consider?
- Public, Private or Hybrid: How cloud architecture impacts enterprise security
- Addressing the risks of the Cloud as a big data centre – greater volume of sensitive data creating a greater risk of data and identity theft, device manipulation, data falsification, IP theft and server/network manipulation etc.
Case Study: Securing ICS/SCADA
Senior Representative, Affinity IT
12:20PM - Day 1
Chief Information Security Officer
12:20PM - Day 1
Panel: An E2E approach to tackling data security challenges of the IoT
- Enabling data security in IoT – protecting integrity, authenticity and confidentiality of information
- Addressing the risks of big data – greater volume of sensitive data creating a greater risk of data and identity theft, device manipulation, data falsification, IP theft and server/network manipulation etc.
- What are the different considerations for consumer owned connected device vs. those owned by legal entities?
- Importance of other aspects of IoT security; testing, education of staff and physical security for devices
Lead for Industry Engagement, NICE
01:00PM - Day 1
Fresh Workforce Resources to Help You Find Cybersecurity Talent
If it takes six months (on average) to find your next cybersecurity professional, what can you do differently to accelerate and improve your process? What tools and ideas can you leverage from the federal government to widen the funnel of talent applying for your positions? What is your competition doing to develop talent from within? Is there a talent pool you might be overlooking?
Director of Security
02:30PM - Day 1
Managing Supply Chain Risk: How to do better Vendor Security Assessments
Addressing vendor security is a significant and inescapable problem for any modern company. Digital supply chain risk continues to make headlines as attackers successfully leverage vendor compromises to reach their actual targets. At the same time, the prevailing method of adding security check boxes in an RFI is not enough to truly understand the ongoing security posture of a third-party. The reviews are painful for both the vendors and the security team assessing the vendors and fall short of providing the confidence needed. At Dropbox, we’ve taken an innovative approach to make sure vendor security assessments result in real security. Come learn how Dropbox is leading the way on modern security practices to improve our vendor security reviews.
Chief Technology Officer
City of Leandro
03:00PM - Day 1
Case Study: Securing a smart city
Co-Founder & Board Member
03:30PM - Day 1
02:00PM - Day 2
Neutrality and Intent in Secure Communication
- The risk in smartphones
- Threat posed by tech giants and nation state actors
- ARMA G1 Secure Communicator
Cyber security for the automotive industry
This talk will cover a specific case study from the automotive industry around how cyber security affects all parts of the supply chain – from the factory floor, through to connected cars and vehicles themselves. Issues such as addressing customer fears around hacking, upgrading legacy equipment and working with third party providers will be covered.
Case Study: IoT, endpoint and mobile security – what lessons can we learn from BYOD initiatives?
Enterprises have long since been getting their heads around bring your own device (BYOD) – but with smartphones and tablets being superseded by wearables, sensors and more, what will this mean for the enterprise network – and the enterprise network manager?
- How can the performance of IoT devices on the network be securely managed without disrupting performance?
- The ownership of security from the manufacturer and the enterprise perspective
- What lessons can be learned from BYOD rollouts?