2019 Tennessee CyberSecurity Collaboration Forum

April 18, 2019 – Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center, Nashville

Leadership Board Chairs

Diane Ball Diane Ball, CISSP
Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer
BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee
Peter Gallinari Peter Gallinari
Domain Information Security Officer
State of Tennessee, Department of Finance and Administration
Mark Hackney Mark Hackney
Chief Information Officer
Tennessee Bureau of Investigation
Lester Mathews Lester K. Mathews
Chief Information Officer
University of Tennessee System

Leadership Board Members

  • •  Robert Banniza, Associate Vice President, Information Security, AmSurg
  • •  Steve Barnard, Vice President Information Technology, EnergySolutions
  • •  Ed Balsmann, Senior Vice President, Chief Compliance Officer, Jackson National Life
  • •  Thomas Bartolomeo, Executive Vice President, Head of Cyber Security Defense and Monitoring, Wells Fargo
  • •  Michael D. Boyd, Chief Information Officer, Southwest Tennessee Community College
  • •  Charles Bertrand, Cyber Security Engineer and Chief Information Security Officer, Buckman Laboratories
  • •  Scott Breece, Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer, Community Health Systems
  • •  Stephen Brown, Senior IT Security and Cyber Analyst, University of Tennessee
  • •  Curtis Campbell, Vice President, Manager, IT Procurement and Vendor Management, Atlantic Capital Bank
  • •  Sean Datcher, Chief Technology Officer, Check Into Cash Online
  • •  Andrea Di Fabio, Chief Information Security Officer and Associate Chief Information Officer, East Tennessee State University
  • •  Jamie Engstrom, Chief Information Officer, Caterpillar Financial Services
  • •  Ahmed Esmail, Chief Technology Officer, The Conrad Pearson Clinic
  • •  Wes Floyd, Director IT Security, Kenco Group
  • •  Eddie Gadsey, Chief Technology Officer, RCCH Healthcare
  • •  Dennis Gendron, Chief Information Officer, University of Tennessee - Chattanooga
  • •  Angela Gibson, Chief Information Officer, University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture
  • •  Aaron J. Goodwin, Chief Information Officer and Chief Information Security Officer, B. Riley Wealth
  • •  Ricky Grant, Senior Cyber Security Architect, Volkswagen Group of America
  • •  Ryan Hammer, Senior Director, Global Security and Risk, Asurion
  • •  Tim Hill, Chief Information Officer and Senior Vice President, Lifeway Christian Resources
  • •  David Holman, Chief Technology Officer, Clarksville Montgomery County School System
  • •  Andrew Hutchinson, Executive Director Cyber Security, Vanderbilt University Medical Center
  • •  John Jeffries, Chief Information Security Officer, Information Security Director, University of Tennessee Medical Center
  • •  Joey Johnson, Chief Information Security Officer, Premise Health
  • •  Walter Kolodziey, Chief Information Officer, American Bath Group
  • •  Dawn Lambert, Chief Information Security Officer, Steward Health Care System
  • •  Sandra D. Lindsey, Chief Information Security Officer, University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture
  • •  Scott Mackelprang, Chief Security Officer, Asurion
  • •  Michael Mangold, Vice President, IT Infrastructure Services & Security, Tractor Supply Company
  • •  Steve Marshall, Vice President, IT Services, Ingram Content Group
  • •  Ron McClure, Chief Information Officer, Acadia Health
  • •  Shawn McClure, System Security Officer, Chief Information Security Officer, Shelby County
  • •  Gray Mitchell, Chief Information Security Officer, TeamHealth
  • •  Paul Novak, Vice President, IT and Cyber Security, A. O. Smith
  • •  Jason Powell, Vice President, Chief Information Security Officer, Brookdale Senior Living Center
  • •  Robert Ridenour, Chief Information Security Officer, University of Tennessee System
  • •  Rockwell Scott, CISSP, Chief Information Officer, Delek US Holdings
  • •  David Ulloa, Chief Information Security Officer, Technology Solutions, IMC Companies
  • •  Jan J. van der Aa, Vice Chancellor for IT and Chief Information Officer, University of Tennessee Health Science Center
  • •  Steve Vieira, Chief Information Officer, Tennessee Board of Regents
  • •  Dan Wittig, Chief Information Security Officer, Louisiana Pacific Corporation

Agenda

Thank you to the Leadership Board who developed the agenda based on their insights and direction.

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Gaining Visibility as an Information Security Executive
As the information security experts within your organizations, you understand the critical nature of your role. The problem is conveying that importance throughout the company. Join Diane Ball as she outlines the responsibility you have as a business leader, thought leader and people leader. Learn ways to take more initiative, gain influencing power, and better frame your messaging as you communicate up, down and across all levels of the business. - Sponsored by Duo Security -

Speaker:

Diane Ball, CISSP

Diane Ball, CISSP
Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer, BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee
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Elements of an Effective Endpoint Security Strategy
To minimize attack vectors, organizations must reevaluate their overall endpoint security strategy. In this fireside chat, David Ulloa and Egon Rinderer outline how a shift toward a multilayered approach can enhance endpoint protection and better protect users. Learn how comprehensive analysis of user behavior coupled with customizable security tactics will fit your individual organization’s needs can mitigate common critical risks. - Sponsored by Tanium -

Speakers:

David Ulloa, ME

David Ulloa, ME
Chief Information Security Officer, Technology Solutions, IMC Companies LLC
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E. Egon Rinderer

E. Egon Rinderer
Global Vice President, Enterprise Services and Federal Chief Technology Officer, Tanium
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Identifying and Managing Cloud-Based and Third-Party Risk
With the industry moving to software as a service for cloud-hosted platforms, there’s the assumption that these types of services are confidential, widely available and have data integrity. This isn’t always the case, as increasing reliance and exposure to third parties comes with new risks. Join Rockwell Scott as he outlines those risks and misconceptions. Learn the steps you must be taking to ensure vendors meet your needs and gain an understanding of opportunities to better protect your organization when using the cloud.

Speaker:

Rockwell Scott, CISSP

Rockwell Scott, CISSP
Chief Information Officer, Delek U.S. Holdings
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In Case of Breach: Strategizing Incident Response Practices
How do defense tactics differ depending on attack vectors? What ways must an incident in a cloud-based environment be handled differently? In this Executive Boardroom, Jan van der Aa and Chris Madeksho outline a real-world case study of a full-fledged assault on email accounts in the cloud. The session then opens up to a collaborative discussion where participants outline how their own organizations would handle threats. Work across sectors to examine tactics and best practices to prepare for, respond to and follow-up on an incident. - Sponsored by ExtraHop -

Speakers:

Jan J. van der Aa, PhD

Jan J. van der Aa, PhD
Vice Chancellor for IT and Chief Information Officer, University of Tennessee Health Science Center
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Chris Madeksho, CISA, CRISC

Chris Madeksho, CISA CRISC
Information Security Coordinator, Information Technology Services, University of Tennessee Health Science Center
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Kanen Clement

Kanen Clement - Moderator
Principal Sales Engineer, ExtraHop
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Social Engineering to Mitigate Insider Threats
Your workforce can be your greatest ally, but they can also be a significant threat. Special Agent Tim Marsh brings FBI case studies to identify common insider risks and the dangers they pose to organizations. Learn how to recognize risky human behaviors within and around your organization and gain an understanding of how to use that knowledge to identify these threats and understand tactics to mitigate problems before they start.

Speaker:

Timothy S. Marsh

Timothy S. Marsh
Counterintelligence/Cyber Program Private Sector Coordinator, Federal Bureau of Investigation Memphis Field Office
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Defining Better Risk Assessment Standards
While risk assessments are necessary to identify crucial gaps in security, the 200-plus-word surveys that are common often lack the cohesion and standardization necessary to easily and clearly provide solid answers. This Executive Boardroom discussion takes aim at the root causes of what isn’t working and develops best practices to create tactical, more streamlined assessments.

Speakers:

Andrew Hutchinson

Andrew Hutchinson
Executive Director, VUMC Enterprise Cybersecurity, Vanderbilt University Medical Center
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Steven Barnard

Steven Barnard
Vice President, Information Technology, EnergySolutions
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Mending the System: Leveraging a More Inclusive Talent Pool
The talent shortage in information security is nothing new, and yet, organizations are put under continuous stress as the issue grows. This deep-dive gets down to the root behind the shortage, identifying opportunities to improve educational programs and develop tactics and best practices to identify and secure viable talent.
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Speakers:

John Jeffries

John Jeffries
Chief Information Security Officer and Information Security Director, University of Tennessee Medical Center
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Dawn E. Lambert

Dawn E. Lambert
Chief Information Security Officer, Steward Health Care System
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Secure Strategies: Cyber Security Maturity Assessment and Roadmap
How mature are our current cyber capabilities? How mature should they be based on our size and industry? How do we compare to others? How do we build a multi-year roadmap to fill the gaps? These are all questions that most information security executives are asking today. These are questions A.O. Smith began asking in 2015. Hear how A.O. Smith worked to create a customized maturity assessment model and roadmap. Learn how they implemented that multi-year plan all while continuously updating the model and reporting to the Board.

Speaker:

Paul Novak

Paul Novak
Vice President of IT, A.O. Smith
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Cultivating Confidence in Digital Transformation
Today, new technology capabilities are vastly outpacing those from just a few years ago. Oftentimes, it’s still a struggle to understand what exposure vectors are and how to create an integrated strategy that enables innovation while managing risk around the most important parts of new and evolving business operations. The new face of business requires organizations to manage and coordinate cross-functionally, with more fluidity and agility than ever before. When it comes to digital risk, many leaders are grappling with where to start, where to go next and how to keep a sustainable and evolving strategy aligned with the business. This session will discuss critical capabilities for success in Digital Risk Management, and outline how organizations can gain confidence as they embrace digital transformations. - Sponsored by RSA -

Speaker:

Peter Beardmore

Peter Beardmore
Director of Marketing for Digital Risk Management Solutions, RSA

 

Hacker Lab: Closing the Gaps in Cyber Defense
Cyber breach headlines are now commonplace despite our best efforts and increasing investments in “next gen” technologies. The reason – cyber criminals adapt – sometimes taking advantage of the very tools we use for protection. To understand how cyber criminals still get through traditional defenses and move undetected within a network to compromise systems, you must enter the mind of a hacker. In this session, Josh Smith and Robert Dowling examine the changing cyber threat landscape and present a live cyber-attack to demonstrate threat-faithful tactics used by motivated cyber criminals. As the attack unfolds, you’ll see the both the attacker’s and the victim’s screens as an Elite Ethical Hacker moves among systems and steals data. - Sponsored by Dynetics -

Speakers:

Robert Dowling

Robert Dowling
Cyber Risk Practice Lead, Dynetics
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Josh Smith

Josh Smith
Senior Cybersecurity Analyst, Dynetics
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Optimizing your GRC
Employing Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) technology enables the organization, leadership and operation of IT areas within a business, ensuring all elements align with a company’s strategic objectives. The model ensures corporate risk strategy is balanced, with defined responsibilities for risk oversight, and that accountability is clearly defined. Scott Breece examines the fundamental components for successful GRC implementation and optimal use, enabling compliance with regulatory requirements and sound financial, operational and regulatory decision-making on managing enterprise risks. - Sponsored by Forescout Technologies -

Speaker:

Scott Breece

Scott Breece
Vice President of Security and Chief Information Security Officer, Community Health Systems
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Gaining C-Suite Buy-In
To gain approval and financial backing from your executives, you have to be prepared. Preparation comes in many forms such as confidence, business sense, technical expertise, understanding their mindsets, self-awareness and support of your peers. Your goal is to make them aware of the threats posed to the organization and the remediations needed. Internal and external forces will help you get acceptance now and in the future. You will succeed if you are prepared.

Speaker:

Aaron J. Goodwin

Aaron J. Goodwin
Chief Information Officer and Chief Information Security Officer, B. Riley Wealth
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Ensuring Your Incident Response Plan Works When You Need it Most
Last year, East Tennessee State University (ETSU) became the victim of a phishing attack that resulted in a potential data breach of sensitive employees’ information. This session provides a deep dive into ETSU’s incident response (IR) plan, from incident identification to resolution and lesson learned. The session will examine the role of key internal and external partnerships and discuss how the slower and meticulous approach to evidence gathering affects senior leadership’s damage control plan. This session will also look at how ETSU transformed its security controls and IR plan after post mortem incident review.

Speaker:

Andrea Di Fabio

Andrea di Fabio
Chief Information Security Officer and Associate Chief Information Officer, East Tennessee State University
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Overhauling Cybersecurity Infrastructure
Les Mathews and Robert Ridenour will discuss creating a cybersecurity program based on the NIST Cybersecurity Framework that includes risk management, procedure development and controls implementation. The success of the University of Tennessee System Administration (UTSA) IT security program is based on a sound plan developed from the Framework as well as engagement by the leadership and staff of UTSA. Les and Robert will outline how they accomplished both of these tasks.

Speaker:

Lester Mathews

Lester K. Mathews
Chief Information Officer, University of Tennessee System
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Robert Ridenour

Robert Ridenour
Chief Information Security Officer, University of Tennessee System

 

Navigating Security and Privacy On-Prem and in the Cloud
With an ever-changing threat landscape, we’ve seen the convergence of Data Privacy and Cybersecurity functions as a response to those shifting risks. To stay ahead of bad actors, these two teams need to work closely together to ensure they have a complete data protection program in place to cover all aspects of data security. This session will outline key components of effective data security programs within organizations and within the cloud. This is all with the ultimate goal of establishing an environment in which data privacy and data protection teams across the State of Tennessee are able to successfully fulfil regulatory and state obligations, both individually and in concert, through diffusion of knowledge and supportive connections.

Speaker:

Peter Gallinari

Peter Gallinari
Domain Information Security Officer, State of Tennessee, Department of Finance and Administration
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Using AI and Automation to Protect Against Emerging and Advanced Threats
Beyond buzzwords, AI and automation capabilities are making great strides in disrupting and improving cybersecurity. This Executive Boardroom is a collaborative deep dive into demystifying common misconceptions and identifying opportunities where AI and automation have great potential. Join Dr. Kevin Mahoney and John Jeffries as they outline opportunities to implement AI and UEBA to fortify protection, defense and remediation capabilities. - Sponsored by Fortinet -

Speakers:

John Jeffries

John Jeffries
Chief Information Security Officer and Information Security Director, University of Tennessee Medical Center
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Kevin Mahoney, PhD, JD

Kevin Mahoney, PhD, JD
Practice Director, Enhanced Technologies – ATP, Fortinet
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Speakers

Final event speakers.

Diane Ball Diane Ball, CISSP
Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer
BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee
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Steven Barnard Steven Barnard
Vice President Information Technology
EnergySolutions
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Peter Beardmore Peter Beardmore
Director of Marketing for Digital Risk Management Solutions
RSA
Scott Breece Scott Breece
Vice President, Chief Information Security Officer
Community Health System
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Kanen Clement Kanen Clement
Principal Sales Engineer
ExtraHop
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Andrea Di Fabio Andrea Di Fabio
Chief Information Security Officer and Associate Chief Information Officer, Information Technology Services
East Tennessee State University
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Robert Dowling Robert Dowling
Cyber Risk Practice Lead
Dynetics
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Peter Gallinari Peter Gallinari
Domain Information Security Officer
State of Tennessee, Department of Finance and Administration
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Aaron J. Goodwin Aaron J. Goodwin
Chief Information Officer and Chief Information Security Officer
B. Riley Wealth
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Gina Greenwood Gina Greenwood, JD, CIPP/US
Attorney - Shareholder
Baker Donelson
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Mark Hackney Mark Hackney
Chief Information Officer
Tennessee Bureau of Investigation
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Byron Herlong Byron Herlong
Lead Systems Engineer – Unix
Tractor Supply Company
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David Holman David Holman
Chief Technology Officer
Clarksville Montgomery County School System
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Andrew Hutchinson Andrew Hutchinson
Executive Director, VUMC Enterprise Cybersecurity
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
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John Jeffries John Jeffries
Information Security Director
University of Tennessee Medical Center
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Geoffrey F. Jenista, CISSP, MBA, MA Geoffrey F. Jenista, CISSP, MBA, MA
Cyber Security Advisor, Region VII (MO, KS, IA, NE)
Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, Cybersecurity Division Stakeholder Engagement and Cyber Infrastructure Resilience

US Department of Homeland Security
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Dawn E. Lambert Dawn E. Lambert
Chief Information Security Officer, West Division
Steward Health Care
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Chris Madeksho, CISA CRISC Chris Madeksho, CISA CRISC
Information Security, Information Technology Services
University of Tennessee Health Science Center
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Kevin Mahoney, PhD, JD Kevin Mahoney, PhD, JD
Practice Director, Enhanced Technologies – ATP
Fortinet
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Timothy S. Marsh Timothy S. Marsh
Special Agent, Counterintelligence/Cyber Program Private Sector Coordinator
FBI Memphis Field Office
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Lester Mathews Lester K. Mathews
Chief Information Officer
University of Tennessee System
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Paul Novak Paul Novak
Vice President, IT and Cyber Security
A. O. Smith
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Robert Ridenour Robert Ridenour
Chief Information Security Officer
University of Tennessee System
E. Egon Rinderer E. Egon Rinderer
Global Vice President, Enterprise Services and Federal Chief Technology Officer
Tanium
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Rockwell Scott, CISSP Rockwell Scott, CISSP
Chief Information Officer
Delek U.S. Holdings
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Josh Smith Josh Smith
Senior Cybersecurity Analyst
Dynetics
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David Ulloa, ME David Ulloa, ME
Chief Information Security Officer, Technology Solutions
IMC Companies, LLC
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Jan van der Aa Jan van der Aa
Vice Chancellor for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer
University of Tennessee Health Science Center
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Kyle Yoches Kyle Yoches
IT Security Specialist
Tractor Supply Company
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Sponsors

The Leadership Board is reviewing nominated sponsors and selecting the industry-leading partners that they will be inviting to participate. For sponsorship inquiries, please email steveb@cxocollaboration.com.

Keynote Presentation

Dynetics
White Paper

Dynetics was founded in Huntsville, Alabama in 1974 to provide engineering expertise to high value, high-risk national security missions within the Department of Defense and NASA while also providing similar expertise to large commercial businesses such as Ford and Chrysler. Since 2000, Dynetics has provided information security expertise to commercial and government clients ranging in size from small local businesses to large agencies and Fortune 100 corporations. Today, Dynetics leverages offensive security expertise to assess, optimize and test cybersecurity and ensure effective cyber risk management programs. www.dynetics.com

Executive Boardroom

ExtraHop
White Paper

ExtraHop provides enterprise cyber analytics that deliver security and performance from the inside out. Our breakthrough approach analyzes all network interactions and applies advanced machine learning for complete visibility, real-time detection, and guided investigation. With this approach, we help the world’s leading enterprises including Hasbro, Credit Suisse, Caesars Entertainment, and Liberty Global to rise above the noise of alerts, organizational silos, and runaway technology. Whether you’re investigating threats, ensuring delivery of critical applications, or securing your investment in cloud, ExtraHop helps you protect and accelerate your business. Learn more at www.extrahop.com

Fortinet
White Paper

The Fortinet vision is to deliver broad, truly integrated, high-performance security across the IT infrastructure. We provide top-rated network and content security, as well as secure access products that share intelligence and work together to form a cooperative fabric. Our unique security fabric combines Security Processors, an intuitive operating system, and applied threat intelligence to give you proven security, exceptional performance, and better visibility and control--while providing easier administration. In addition to our flagship enterprise firewall platform, complementary products can be deployed with a Fortinet FortiGate to enable a simplified, end-to-end security infrastructure. www.fortinet.com

Best Practice Partner

RSA
White Paper

RSA, a Dell Technologies business, offers business-driven security solutions that uniquely link business context with security incidents to help organizations manage digital risk and protect what matters most. RSA's award winning cybersecurity solutions are designed to effectively detect and respond to advanced attacks; manage user identities and access; and, reduce business risk, fraud, and cybercrime. RSA protects millions of users around the world and helps more than 90% of the Fortune 500 companies thrive in an uncertain, high-risk world. For more information, go to rsa.com

Tanium
White Paper

Tanium offers a proven platform for endpoint visibility and control that transforms how organizations manage and secure their computing devices with unparalleled speed and agility. Many of the world's largest and most sophisticated organizations, including half of the Fortune 100, top retailers and financial institutions, and four branches of the US Armed Forces rely on Tanium to make confident decisions, operate efficiently and effectively, and remain resilient against disruptions. Tanium recently ranked 4th on the Forbes list of "Top 100 Private Companies In Cloud Computing For 2018" and 55th on FORTUNE's list of the "100 Best Medium Workplaces". Visit: www.tanium.com

Session Host - Keynote

Duo Security
White Paper

Duo Security helps defend organizations against data breaches by making security easy and effective. Duo Beyond, the company's category defining zero-trust security platform, enables organizations to provide trusted access to all of their critical applications, for any user, from anywhere, and with any device. The company is a trusted partner to more than 10,000 customers globally, including Dresser-Rand, Etsy, Facebook, K-Swiss, Random House, Yelp, Zillow, Paramount Pictures, and more. Founded in Michigan, Duo has offices in Ann Arbor and Detroit, as well as growing hubs in Austin, Texas; San Mateo, California; and London, UK. Visit: duo.com

Session Host

Forescout Technologies

Forescout Technologies is the leader in device visibility and control. Our unified security platform enables enterprises and government agencies to gain complete situational awareness of their extended enterprise environment and orchestrate actions to reduce cyber and operational risk. Forescout products deploy quickly with agentless, real-time discovery and classification of every IP-connected device, as well as continuous posture assessment. As of December 31, 2018, 3,300 customers in over 80 countries rely on Forescout’s infrastructure-agnostic solution to reduce the risk of business disruption from security incidents or breaches, ensure and demonstrate security compliance and increase security operations productivity. Learn how at www.forescout.com

Hospitality

Recorded Future

Recorded Future delivers the only complete threat intelligence solution powered by patented machine learning to lower risk. We empower organizations to reveal unknown threats before they impact business, and enable teams to respond to alerts 10 times faster. To supercharge the efforts of security teams, our technology automatically collects and analyzes intelligence from technical, open, and dark web sources and aggregates customer-proprietary data. Recorded Future delivers more context than threat feeds, updates in real time so intelligence stays relevant, and centralizes information ready for human analysis, collaboration, and integration with security technologies. 91 percent of the Fortune 100 use Recorded Future. www.recordedfuture.com

Zscaler

www.zscaler.com

Emerging Game Changers

Binary Defense

Binary Defense is a leader in cybersecurity. As a Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP), Binary Defense manages every aspect of cybersecurity environments for organizations of all sizes in all industries. Our service and technology solutions identify and isolate threats, ultimately working to protect our clients’ data, brands, and people. Leading SOC-as-a-Service from a US based Security Operations Center (SOC) monitors clients 24/7/365. Binary Defense’s proprietary Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) can manage every aspect of an endpoint security environment, rapidly identifying and isolating endpoint threats to stop breaches and keep organizations secure. Real people detecting real threats in real time. www.binarydefense.com

Nyotron
White Paper

Nyotron pioneers a new generation of automatic Endpoint Detection and Response with integrated protection called Endpoint Prevention and Response (EPR). Our product prevents damage from malware that evades existing security layers and offers granular visibility into the attack source, timelines and TTPs. Based on the OS-Centric Positive Security, Nyotron’s PARANOID automatically whitelists trusted operating system behavior and rejects everything else. No manual threat hunting, disk scanning, machine learning or cloud connectivity required. With PARANOID organizations gain true defense-in-depth protection against the most advanced attacks. Nyotron is headquartered in Santa Clara, CA with an R&D office in Israel. www.nyotron.com

Location and Venue Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center

Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center

Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center
2800 Opryland Dr.
Nashville, TN 37214

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Steve Bangsund
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CyberSecurity Collaboration Forum
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