Showing posts with label CISO/CLO Summit. Show all posts
Showing posts with label CISO/CLO Summit. Show all posts

CISO/CLO Summit 2015: One Day that Generates Actionable Intelligence

Mark Harrington

As legal chiefs around the world get serious about cybersecurity as part of our mission to defend our organizations, we’re learning fast, but it’s time to go beyond education and begin taking action. Four years ago Guidance Software brought legal, security, and risk and compliance chiefs together at the inaugural CISO/CLO Summit to talk strategy and we’ve come a very long way since.

Last year I was privileged to lead a panel discussion on enabling proactive risk and threat intelligence at CISO/CLO Summit 2014. The panelists included an information security chief for a major defense manufacturer, the CISO for a global automaker, security analyst Jon Oltsik of the Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG), and Ed McAndrew, the Assistant U.S. Attorney and National Cyber Security Specialist for the Department of Justice. 

New Track at CEIC 2015 Targets Critical Executive-level Legal and Security Issues

The explosion of threats in digital forensics and security is pressuring executives to anticipate, assess, and respond with greater assurance and insight than ever before.  Because of this, CEIC® 2015 has developed a new “Topics in Management” conference track for business leaders responsible for legal, security, and risk and compliance initiatives.

The new track expands upon the success of the annual CISO/CLO Summit and is packed with an all-star roster of speakers and topics. We’re eager to share some of the highlights of the management track with you in this blog, but encourage you to review the complete CEIC 2015 conference agenda with session descriptions and speaker bios for all 12 tracks.

Information Security Executives Share their Perspective at the 2013 CISO/CLO Summit

Ale Espinosa This year’s Computer and Enterprise Investigations Conference (CEIC) was referred to by many of its loyal attendees as our best one yet. Running concurrently with the show was the CISO/CLO Summit, which brought together top information security and legal technology executives for a day filled with valuable panel sessions, presentations, and networking opportunities.

One of the most talked about presentations at the CISO/CLO Summit was offered by Bryan Sartin of Verizon, who gave an in-depth review of the 2013 Data Breach Investigations Report (read more about the report on one of my earlier posts). And in the spirit of survey data, we asked Summit attendees to answer a few questions for us regarding their information security concerns and challenges.