SC Media’s 12th annual cybersecurity conference, RiskSec NY, will be held Thursday, May 31 at Convene, 237 Park Ave. in New York City.

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about new approaches to cybersecurity, discover the latest technology and interact with the best in the business during the frequent networking opportunities that will take place throughout the day including during breakfast, lunch, and the cocktail reception. 

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Attendees can earn 9 CPE credits while building strategic alliances and collaborating with other senior security professionals to improve risk management and security resilience.

As a loyal SC reader, please use discount code SCVIP for $100 off admission.

Act quickly as space is limited and if past history is any indicator the event will sell out.

Meet the field of experts who will be on hand

RiskSec’s speaker lineup features former White House executives, industry CISOs, and more.

Here are some of the faces you will see:

       
Pete Chronis
Senior VP, CISO
Turner
Greg Touhill
President
Cyxtera
 

Chris Painter
Former Sr. Dir.
Cybersecurity
White House
Devon Bryan
Exec. VP & CISO
Federal Reserve

For a sneak peak at all the speakers click HERE.

The following is a quick look at what you will experience at RiskSecNY.

Innovation and Expertise 

The sessions are designed to address real-world problems and offer practical solutions. A wide range of topics will be covered, including:

Policy, Intelligence and the Future

Discussed will be everything from government mandated cybersecurity policy to intelligence regarding such issues as cyber related voter fraud and what the future holds for us.

Threat, Intelligence, and Cyber/Intellectual Property Insurance

The second rising of cyber insurance is here, however the guesswork involved in what is covered and setting premiums remain. The only solution is metrics which are achievable through threat detection and intelligence available today.

Disaster Planning Cybersecurity Style

From the ever present insider threat to the all too familiar ransomware attack – your organization will get hit if it hasn’t already. Learn how to plan for the worst.

Click HERE to view the conference agenda.

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