1. Healthcare’s White Whale: Legacy Reliance & Medical Device Security – Greg Murphy – RSA22 #3
Ordr's Greg Murphy examines the longstanding issues posed by the healthcare sector's heavy reliance on legacy tech, also used in a range of medical devices. Murphy will also discuss in progress legislation, like the PATCH Act, the benefits and limitations.
Greg joined Ordr as CEO in December 2018. Previously, he was VP Business Operations for the HPE Aruba Group, the 4,000 person networking and IoT business unit of Hewlett Packard Enterprise. In that role, Greg was responsible for leading the business integration of Aruba and HP Networking following HP’s $3 billion acquisition of Aruba Networks in 2015. Greg held multiple prior senior executive positions within Aruba, including SVP Business Operations, GM of network management software, GM of outdoor and mesh products and VP of Marketing. Greg joined Aruba in 2008 through its acquisition of AirWave Wireless, a network management software provider that Greg founded and led. Greg received his M.A. from Stanford University and his B.A. from Amherst College.
2. Crypto & DeFi: Innovation vs. Regulation vs. Attack Preparation – Jackie Burns Koven – RSA22 #3
Cryptocurrency exchanges and decentralized finance have revolutionized the world of financial services, but these innovations have also opened new doors for cybercriminals looking to engage in fraud and theft. Consequently, agencies such as the Financial Action Task Force have sought to encourage e-finance companies to embrace security frameworks and standards like traditional banks have, while cyber and finance industry leaders are also increasing efforts to research the latest cybercrime trends and develop protections against them. The question is: To what extent have self-regulation and attack preparation caught up to the vulnerabilities created by innovation? This interview will seek to answer this question by examining some of the latest developments in the crypto, DeFi and blockchain security space, as it relates to the financial sector.
Jackie Burns Koven is the Head of Cyber Threat Intelligence at Chainalysis where she works with law enforcement, financial institutions, cryptocurrency businesses, and cybersecurity companies and is a member of the Ransomware Taskforce. Prior to joining Chainalysis, she served in the U.S. Intelligence Community. She holds a Masters in Public Administration from Columbia University where she was a Research Fellow for Technology & Public Policy.
3. The Evolving Phishing Threat: Protecting Your Users Beyond the Inbox – Matt Mosely – RSA22 #3
Phishing attacks are increasingly focused on new vectors such as social media, business collaboration apps, and text messages. These vectors generally lack any protection for the end user. How can we protect against these attacks that are increasingly leading to costly breaches?
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Matt Mosley joins Pixm from Cyren (CYRN), where he reported to the CEO as VP of Product Management. In this role, he built and led the company’s global Product Management team responsible for the world’s largest security cloud. Mr. Mosley brings more than 30 years of experience in senior management roles at public and private companies, from his early background as an engineer and security practitioner growing into a CISO and Product Management executive. He is a recognized speaker and writer on information security topics and holds multiple designations including CISSP, CISM, and CISA. Matt has attended more than 20 RSA conferences and looks forward to returning to engage with his many friends and colleagues this year.
4. Protect Valuable Data as Workforce Volatility Rages – Joe Payne – RSA22 #3
Employee turnover is the biggest threat to any organization's IP. Nearly 60% of employees move to a new company within similar fields (think: competitors) and are using collaboration technology to take sensitive data at an alarming rate. Code42's Joe Payne will discuss how Insider Risk Management addresses data loss in a volatile job market while still enabling collaboration. This segment is sponsored by Code42. Visit https://securityweekly.com/code42 to learn more about them!
Joe Payne is the president and CEO of Code42 Software, the leader in Insider Risk Management, which focuses on reducing the risk of data leakage from insiders while enabling the collaboration culture. Joe is a seasoned executive with more than 20 years of leadership experience and a proven track record leading high growth security and technology companies. With a passion for identifying and solving emerging market needs, Joe engages personally in product strategy and direction, while growing and providing vision and guidance to a world-class team of security executives.
Previously, Joe served as CEO of eSecurity, the first SIEM software company. He also served as the president of iDefense prior to its acquisition by VeriSign. At iDefense, Joe led some of the best white-hat security researchers in the world and worked with the top financial institutions and government agencies in the United States to improve their risk profile.
5. Stopping Phishing Attacks With Computer Vision – Chris Cleveland – RSA22 #3
PIXM stops phishing attacks at point of click with computer vision in the browser, protecting users from phishing beyond the mailbox in any application. With the launch of PIXM Mobile, PIXM is now delivering this capability on iPhones as well as desktop devices.
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Chris started PIXM after winning a pitch contest in Columbia’s machine learning graduate program. He built PIXM’s initial computer vision AI engine that stopped hundreds of phishing breaches at point of click in the browser. He has raised over five million in venture funding and is now on a mission to seal phishing gaps beyond the inbox with great technology.
6. A Fresh Approach to Reducing Cyber Risk – Mehul Revankar – RSA22 #3
The rise in disclosed vulnerabilities, the speed they are weaponized, and the cyber talent shortage have left teams struggling to wade through a mountain of vulnerabilities. In this discussion, Mehul will discuss the need for a new way to cut through the noise to focus teams on prioritizing and fixing those critical vulnerabilities that will most reduce risk in each organization's environment. He'll also cover how Qualys is redefining risk and vulnerability management in the latest version of VMDR and share stories of how customers have leveraged this solution to dramatically reduce risk.
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Mehul is a cybersecurity professional with over 15 years of experience in Vulnerability Management, Policy Compliance and Security Operations. He leads the product management and engineering functions for VMDR (Vulnerability Management, Detection and Response) at Qualys. Before joining Qualys, Mehul led development of vulnerability and patch management products at SaltStack, and prior to that he led multiple research teams at Tenable.
7. Defining Cyber Risk With Bryan Ware – Bryan Ware – RSA22 #3
This year, RSAC is happening amidst the backdrop of major geopolitical tensions with cyber impacts; a continued, lingering pandemic and a potential economic downturn that cyber adversaries can and have leveraged to their benefit; and increasing technological innovation. All of this points toward ever-evolving cyber risk.
What are some of the key considerations that executives – both ones with cyber expertise and ones without – should keep in mind as they look to not only define cyber risk but also reduce it and ensure operational resiliency?
In this segment, we’ll hear thoughts from Bryan Ware, the new CEO of LookingGlass Cyber Solutions, former CEO of Next5, a business intelligence and advisory firm, and the first presidentially appointed Assistant Director of Cybersecurity at the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
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As Chief Executive Officer at LookingGlass, Bryan provides guidance, direction, and vision to help the company meet its mission, support its customers, and expand impact.
Bryan is highly regarded as a technology leader and innovator, having started companies, patented technologies, raised venture capital and private equity, and recently served as America’s lead cybersecurity executive at CISA.
Prior to joining LookingGlass, Bryan was the Founder and CEO of Next5, a technology-focused business intelligence company, ensuring US leadership in critical and emerging technologies including AI, quantum, space, bio, and more.
Bryan served as the first presidentially appointed Assistant Director of Cybersecurity at the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), leading the 1,000-person, $1.25 billion organization through a period of intense volatility and aggressive interference from nation-state adversaries. At CISA, he developed the agency’s first five-year strategy to modernize its sensor and computing infrastructure, transform the way the agency delivers services, and scale to protect U.S. critical infrastructure. Prior to his operational role at CISA, Bryan was an Assistant Secretary at DHS, serving as the Secretary’s advisor on cybersecurity and emerging technology matters, and leading strategic initiatives across the U.S. government and its allies.
8. Assessing (& Reassessing) Risk in the Financial Sector – Payal Chakravarty – RSA22 #3
Financial services has long been a leader in information security. But as more and more customers demand digital services and online transactions, the risk profile has shifted. Has this sector, arguably among the more conservative, been able to meet client demand without lowering the security standard? SC Media's Brad Barth will speak to Payal Chakravarty, head of product for cyber insurance company Coalition, about the state of risk among financial organizations.
Payal Chakravarty serves as head of product for Coalition, which delivers insurance and proactive cybersecurity tools to help organizations be resilient to cyber attacks. Chakravarty heads product management for the company’s disruptive Risk & Security products that form the nervous system of insurance, collecting and analyzing massive amounts of data to evaluate risk and make automated intelligent decisions for underwriting companies.
She previously support product management at Splunk, Sysdig and IBM.
9. Dissecting the Journey From Startup to Cyber Giant – Dave Dewalt, Matthew Carroll – RSA22 #3
Among the more challenging phases for a cyber business is transitioning from inspiring startup to successful enterprise, strategically leveraging investment to scale. SC Media's Jill Aitoro will sit down with Dave Dewalt, founder of NightDragon, and Matt Carroll, CEO of NightDragon's newest investment Immuta.
Dave DeWalt is Founder and Managing Director of NightDragon, an investment and advisory firm focused on growth and late-stage companies within the cybersecurity, safety, security and privacy industries. He is a veteran CEO, advisor, and investor who has led companies, from startups to the Fortune 500, on a transformational journey of success. Focused on technology and cybersecurity, Dave helped create more than $20 billion of shareholder value during his 15-plus years as President and CEO of Documentum, McAfee and FireEye. That includes driving the most successful cybersecurity IPO ever in 2013, and leading the largest all-cash deal in technology history in 2010.
Today he also serves as Managing Director of Allegis Cyber, Executive Chairman of M&A advisory firm Momentum Cyber as well as investor and board member in the world’s most innovative companies such as Delta Airlines, Five9, iboss, Claroty, Team8, DataTribe, and Optiv.
Matthew Carroll is CEO and co-founder of Boston-based Immuta. Since its founding in 2015, Immuta has quickly become the leading provider of data access and data security, enabling some of the world’s largest global companies and the U.S. Government to protect and share even their most sensitive data and tackle complex data access, privacy, and security challenges. Immuta’s customers include global leaders across the financial services and insurance, healthcare, pharma and life sciences, manufacturing, and retail industries, as well as the public sector.
Before co-founding Immuta, Matthew served honorably as an intelligence officer in the U.S Army, including tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. After his military service, Matthew served as CTO of CSC’s Defense Intelligence Group, where he led data fusion and analytics programs and advised the U.S. Government on data management and analytics issues.