The Cyber Security Conference is an opportunity for business professionals involved in cyber security to learn from experts in the field. As the field continues to evolve and cyber criminals find new ways to attack organizations, it is imperative for security professionals to learn from each other in forums like this. Those who attend will:
Individual registration - $115 per person
Multiple registration discount (8 or more people) - $100 per person
This conference is designed for cyber security professionals in all industries. People who should attend this conference include:
Conference moderator: Dr. Rick Wilson, department head, Management Science and Information Systems, W. Paul Miller Professorship in Business Administration, Spears School of Business, Oklahoma State University
Your organization exists to serve your consumers and in order to continue to do this you need to protect your reputation. As cyber security professionals, what can we do to help protect our organization’s information and, in return, its reputation? This presentation will discuss and analyze several incidents that surprised, baffled and caused disruption for organizations and consumers.
Participants will explore:
Presenter: Sundeep Kapur, Educator and Founder, Digital Credence, Inc., Lexington, KY
How do we know if the CISO’s security program has accounted for all the right components to be effective? Are the CISOs and their teams focusing on the most important activities? This session applies the time-tested McKinsey 7S framework (strategy, structure, systems, style, staff, skills, and shared values) to today’s cybersecurity leadership issues. Based on the book “CISO COMPASS: Navigating Cybersecurity Leadership Challenges with Insights from Pioneers,” topics discussed will include CISO evolution, developing a strategy, reporting relationships, privacy, incident lessons learned, reporting to the board, generational workforce management, laws and control frameworks.
When leaving this session, participants will be more effective in:
Presenter: Todd Fitzgerald, CISO and Cybersecurity Leadership Author, CISO Spotlight, Chicago, IL
Despite law enforcement takedowns, the cybercriminal underground is robust and continues to thrive. Just like the dinosaurs in the 1993 film Jurassic Park, “cybercrime, uh, finds a way.”
This presentation will discuss:
Presenter: Rick Holland, Chief Information Security Officer, Vice President Strategy, Digital Shadows, Dallas, TX
Take a journey with us as we expose the mind of the enemy, revealing the latest methods that cybercriminals use to infiltrate modern security defenses, and how to thwart them. With the best tools, expertise and powerful AI-based technology, we will uncover the secrets behind today’s modern hacking arsenal and provide you with the means to protect your organization.
Participants will discuss:
Presenter: Brian Robison, Chief Evangelist, Blackberry Cylance, Irvine, CA
Disruption from COVID-19 has created a number of cybersecurity and privacy risks that organizations should consider in the coming months and even years.
Presenter: Madeline Mitchell, Manager, Advisory Strategy and Operations Lead for Artificial Intelligence (AI) Offering and AI Center of Excellence, Deloitte, Oklahoma City, OK