Speakers so far include Bryan Palma, former CISO of PepsiCo; Paul Zazzera, senior vice president and CIO of Time, Inc.; Dan Caprio, former CPO of the U.S. Department of Commerce; author Richard Power; and Christopher Burgess, senior security advisor to the CSO of Cisco Systems.
Stay tuned for more information on sessions and speakers in the October issue of SC Magazine and on https://www.scmagazine.com.
An investigation determined that the sensitive information residing on the missing laptop was not compromised.
The White House's Federal Office of Management and Budget (OMB) ordered government agencies to improve their security controls in less than two months.
A memo sent out by OMB Deputy Director Clay Johnson Jr. laid out a number of concrete recommendations for agencies to follow in order to better protect U.S. citizens' private information held on government systems.
The memo's recommended steps are not mandated regulations; however, the memo stated that the office will work with its inspectors to ensure agencies are complying by the deadline.
The Waltham, Mass.-based company's board of directors named Ronald W. Hovsepian its new CEO. Hovsepian, who had been president and COO since October 2005, replaced Jack L. Messman.
The company also appointed Dana Russell, corporate controller and vice president of finance, as the interim CFO.
A study released by anti-spam vendor IronPort revealed that image-based spam has grown from less than one percent of all spam in June 2005 to more than 12 percent now.