Cyber security makes headlines every day. Breaches can cost organizations money, intellectual property, sensitive data and even their reputation. Join the cyber security conversation with Dell and industry thought leaders on September 17, 2013. We’ll discuss strategies organizations can implement to help defend against cyber-attacks. Participants include security experts from the public and private sectors, analysts firms and media. The conversation will be moderated by renowned cyber security thought leader, John Pescatore, currently the Director of Emerging Security Threats at SANS.org and previously head of security at Gartner. We encourage you to participate online on September 17, 10 am- 3 pm ET, via the Livestream broadcast or follow the discussion on Twitter using the #CyberSecurity hashtag.
The #CyberSecurity participants will discuss how public and private organizations can share threat intelligence and best practices to defend against increasingly advanced and frequent cyber attacks. The agenda includes:
- Defensive strategies: implementing best practice security controls (10:00–11:15am EDT)
- Unified strategies: How can the public and private sectors work together to address security challenges? (11:30am–12:30pm EDT)
- Responsive Strategies: Best practices to minimize the impact of a security breach (1:30–2:30pm EDT)
- Recap of key themes & takeaways (2:30–3:00pm EDT)
Join the Conversation Online:
- Tune in to the Think Tank via live stream on Sept. 17. Watch the entire event or select from the sessions above.
- Follow the conversation on Twitter with #CyberSecurity and by following @DellServices, @DellSecureWorks, @DellSoftware, @DellDP, and @SonicWall. Read what attendees are tweeting by subscribing to the #CyberSecurity Twitter list.
- Participate through the live stream chat box or the #CyberSecurity Twitter hashtag. Feel free to submit questions / comments via the Livestream chat box or using the #CyberSecurity hashtag via Twitter. Some questions submitted online will be incorporated into the live event for participants to discuss.
In addition, stay tuned for summaries after the event through Direct2Dell and TechPageOne, as well as video highlights on the Dell Services YouTube Channel / Dell Services Storify page and photos on Dell’s Flickr account.
Hope to see you online on Tuesday, September 17 at 10AM EDT!
- Col. Jeff Schilling, Director of Dell SecureWorks Incident Response
- Col. Barry Hensley, Executive Director of Dell SecureWorks CTU – @brhensley
- John McClurg, VP, Chief Security Officer, Dell – @JohnMcClurg
- Jonathan Sander, IAM and Security Strategist for Dell Software – @sanderiam
- John Pescatore (Moderator), SANS Director of Emerging Security Trends – @john_pescatore
- Jerry Gamblin, Network Security, State of Missouri – @JGamblin
- CAPT. Jeff Scheidt, Cyber Policy Division, Joint Staff, DDJ5 Trans-Regional Policy
- Charles Kolodgy, Research VP for Security Products at IDC – @ckolodgy_idc
- Mike Riley, Bloomberg News, Chief Security Reporter
- Michael Santarcangelo, Catalyst • Writer • Speaker, Security Catalyst – @catalyst
- Amy DeCarlo, Principal Analyst, Security and Data Center Services at Current Analysis
- Erin Jacobs, Information Security Seirēn, PCI-QSA, and HCIC at Urbane Security – @SecBarbie
- Tony Sager, Director of Programs, Council on CyberSecurity
- Kelly Jackson Higgins, Senior Editor at Dark Reading – @kjhiggins
- Dave Dittrich, Affiliate Researcher at University of Washington and Higher Education Consultant – @davedittrich