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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: 

  • Discuss the human element risks your organization faces
  • Explore the nature and motivation behind internal and external people who pose a risk to your organization’s security
  • Consider how to enhance the cyber security strategy for your organization

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Registration information

Individual registration - $195 per person
Multiple registration discount (3 or more people) - $175 per person

  

Who should attend

This conference is designed for cyber security professionals in all industries. People who should attend this conference include: 

  • Senior-level leaders
  • Information technology leaders, managers and specialists 
  • System and data administrators
  • Business leaders involved in the decision-making process for cyber security strategy, implementation and management.
  • Agenda
    DAY 1 (April 19)

    9:00-9:10 a.m. Welcome

     

    9:10-10:00 a.m. AI and Machine Learning in Cybersecurity

    Randy Sabett, CISSP, Special Counsel, Cooley LLP, Washington, DC

     

    10:00-11:15 a.m. Panel: Privacy and Security Legislative Law

    Anthony Hendricks, Shareholder/Director, Crowe & Dunlevy, Oklahoma City, OK

    Trent Shores, Partner, GableGotwals, Tulsa, OK

    David Stauss, Partner, Husch Blackwell, Denver, CO

    Collin Walke, Oklahoma Representative, State of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, OK

     

    11:15-11:25 a.m. Break

     

    11:25 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Human Centric Threat Hunting

    Russ Syphert, Director Security Operations, Micron Technology, Boise, ID

     

    DAY 2 (April 20)

    9:00-9:50 a.m. Cloud Security

    Dr. Cynthia Gonnella, DIA, CISSP, Lead Associate – DFIR Team, Booz Allen Hamilton, Utica, NY

     

    9:50-10:00 a.m. Break

     

    10:00-10:50 a.m. Ransomware

    Mike Jackson, Cyber Security Advisor, State Coordinator for Oklahoma, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Oklahoma City, OK

     

    10:50-11:30 a.m. Table Topics

     

    11:30 Adjourn

  • Speakers

    Dr. Cynthia Gonnella

    DIA, CISSP, Lead Associate – DFIR Team, Booz Allen Hamilton, Utica, NY


    Anthony Hendricks

    Shareholder/Director, Crowe & Dunlevy, Oklahoma City, OK


    Mike Jackson

    Cyber Security Advisor, State Coordinator for Oklahoma, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Oklahoma City, OK


    Randy Sabett

    CISSP, Special Counsel, Cooley LLP, Washington, DC


    Trent Shores

    Partner, GableGotwals, Tulsa, OK


    David Stauss

    Partner, Husch Blackwell, Denver, CO


    Russ Syphert

    Director Security Operations, Micron Technology, Boise, ID


    Collin Walke

    Oklahoma Representative, State of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, OK

  • Learning objectives
    AI and Machine Learning in Cybersecurity
    • Be able to articulate the difference between AI and ML in the context of cybersecurity.
    • Identify how AI/ML can be used to improve cybersecurity of a network
    • In addition, know how AI/ML can be used by threat actors
    • Explain how security (and liability) concerns over deployment of AI/ML in products can hamper innovation
    Panel: Privacy Laws
    • Gain a general understanding of the new privacy laws in Colorado, Virginia, New York, California, and Nevada.
    • Identify the common elements and trends in these new laws.
    • Discover ways to for businesses and companies to prepare for and embrace these laws.
    Human Centric Threat Hunting
    • Gain understanding of how humans (through carelessness or deliberate actions) can become high-risk users to a network.
    • Understand how placement, action and motivation can identify users as high risk.
    • Gain insight into how motivations and triggering events can help response teams identify what steps to take after a threat.
    Cloud Security
    • Name current security measures around the Cloud
    • List strategic and financial reasons to go to the Cloud
    • Steps to prepare for Cloud breach
    Ransomware
    • Define ransomware and how it works
    • Name basic ransomware mitigation and response tactics
    • List emerging trends with ransomware threats
  • Sponsorship Opportunities

    Platinum Sponsor: $5,000

    • 16 registrations
    • Prominent recognition in conference promotion and materials
    • Opportunity to play a 2-minute promotional video during a conference break
    • Opportunity to introduce a speaker

    Gift $2,200, Non-gift $2,800*

     

    Gold Sponsor: $3,000

    • 10 registrations
    • Prominent recognition in conference promotion and materials
    • Opportunity to play a 2-minute promotional video during a conference break

    Gift $1,250, Non-gift $1,750*

     

    Silver Sponsor: $2,000

    • 6 registrations
    • Prominent recognition in conference promotion and materials

    Gift $830, Non-gift $1,170*

     

    Bronze - $1000

    • 4 registrations
    • Prominent recognition in conference promotion and materials

    Gift $220, Non-gift $780*


    *The IRS requires us to inform you the extent to which your gift for this event is tax deductible. The fair market value of benefits you will receive is listed within each level; therefore the amount of your gift may be greater than the benefit amount listed and may be considered tax deductible. Consult a tax professional for guidance on how this applies to you or your company.

  • Advisory Board

    Dylan Burns, Chief Security Officer, American Fidelity Foundation

    Chris Ossenbeck, Sales Engineer, Cox Business

    Monique Morrow, Senior Distinguished Architect, Emerging Technologies

    Nate Graham, Senior Director Cybersecurity, Enable Midstream Partners

    Dan Connett, Enterprise Architect, Enterprise Services Center

    Preston Ackerman, Special Agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation

    Kent Nabors, Information Security, Hobby Lobby 

    Becky Goza, Senior Manager, Information Security, Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores

    Elaine Dodd, Executive Vice President, Oklahoma Bankers Association 

    Joseph Slawinksi, Director, Security, Oklahoma City Public Schools

    Joe Sullivan, Information Security Strategist & Team Builder, Rural Sourcing

    Chad Kliewer, Information Security Officer, Pioneer Telephone Cooperative 

    Shalon Simmons, President, Secure Global Solutions 

    Jeff Story, CISO, The Bankers Bank 

    Alfonso Lassiter, Senior Special Agent, United States Secret Service 

    William Wind, Special Agent, United States Secret Service

  • Sponsors

    Platinum

    Bank of Oklahoma

    American Fidelity


    Gold

    Hobby Lobby


    Silver

    KOSU


    Bronze

    OG&E

     

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  •  Program policies

    A refund is available given notification no later than 11 days prior to the conference. If a participant would like to cancel her/his registration less than 10 days prior to the conference, you are welcome to send a substitute. If you are transferring your registration to a colleague, please contact the OSU Center for Executive and Professional Development at 405-744-5208 or cepd@okstate.edu.

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