Ed Cabrera, Chief Cybersecurity Officer at Trend Micro, discussed cybersecurity and the rapidly evolving cyber threat landscape during his presentation to Argyle's CIO membership at the 2018 CIO Leadership Forum: Data Strategy & Innovation in San Francisco on Feb. 13.
Rick Kamal, Chief Technology Officer at Harvard Business School, discussed three main threats to business—information security, clogged pipelines, and a new type of business-model disruption.
Andy Ulrich, Head of Security in the Americas for Ericsson, offered a bad news-good news assessment of security trends.
Grant Shirk, Vice President of Marketing at Vera, talked about directly protecting data—wherever it resides and travels—and the importance of building trust into applications and services.
Tim Callahan, Senior Vice President and Global Security Officer at Aflac, talked about the challenges of promoting meaningful security legislation that doesn’t compromise privacy.
Michael McKee, Chief Executive Officer at ObserveIT, discussed steps to diminish insider risk vulnerability.
Tim Callahan, Senior Vice President and Global Chief Security Officer at Aflac, talked about how to build cutting-edge threat intelligence.
As ransomware warfare rapidly evolves, the focus of cybersecurity must focus on prevention AND practical mitigation strategies. Enterprise C-suites must acknowledge they are at risk, transfer as much risk as possible and, most importantly, work to mitigate ransomware when it occurs.
Andy Ulrich, Head Of Security for Ericsson North America, spoke on the unprecedented proliferation of security hacks—including some less than a month old—and the demands it’s making on security.