Cyber Security Conference
April 21-22, 2021
Live, Virtual Conference
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
Individual registration - $115 per person
Multiple registration discount (8 or more people) - $100 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.
8:30 a.m. - Breakout room Network Opportunity
9 a.m. - Welcome
9:10 a.m. - Real Stories from the Dark/Cyber Side
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:
- How to enhance the level of protection offered to better serve consumers
- Case studies for key takeaways
Presenter: Sundeep Kapur, Educator and Founder, Digital Credence, Inc., Lexington, KY
10 a.m. - Break
10:10 a.m. - Successful CISO Leaders Excel at these 7 Factors
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:
- Leading an organizationally effective information security/cybersecurity program
- Uncovering areas not addressed by the current program
- Apply the 7 Effective Management factors to 13 different security issue areas
- Leveraging the experience of other CISOs and cybersecurity leaders
Presenter: Todd Fitzgerald, CISO and Cybersecurity Leadership Author, CISO Spotlight, Chicago, IL
11 a.m. - Break
11:10 a.m. - Cybercrime Finds a Way
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:
- A brief history of the cybercriminal underground
- The differences between forums, marketplaces and automated vending carts
- Innovations in the cybercriminal underground
- How to protect your enterprise against cybercriminals
Presenter: Rick Holland, Chief Information Security Officer, Vice President Strategy, Digital Shadows, Dallas, TX
12 p.m. - Adjourn
8:30 a.m. - Breakout room Network Opportunity
9 a.m. - Welcome
9:10 a.m. - Hacking Exposed - A Look Inside the Techniques of OceanLotus/APT32
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:
- The ever-changing threat landscape
- How to prevent and respond to today’s most pervasive threats - including ones never seen before.
Presenter: Brian Robison, Chief Evangelist, Blackberry Cylance, Irvine, CA
10 a.m. - Break
10:10 a.m. - Cyber in Oklahoma – Economy, Market Demand, Tax Credits, Talent
From the oil bust of the 1980’s to the roaring digital 2020’s of today, Oklahoma’s economy has gone through highs, lows, twists and turns. Despite the economic setbacks, Oklahoma has emerged stronger than ever with a diversified economy, investment in core infrastructure, low cost of living and quality of life. As we look into the decades to come, how can Oklahoma position itself to be a top cyber state?
Participants will explore:
- Changing business landscape
- Future of work
- Market demand for cyber professionals
- Attracting and retaining top cyber talent
Presenter: Madeline Mitchell, Senior Consultant, Deloitte Commercial Cyber Practice, Deloitte, Oklahoma City, OK
11 a.m. - Adjourn
Todd Fitzgerald has built information Fortune 500 and large company security programs for 20 years. He serves as executive-in-residence and chairman of the Cybersecurity Collaborative Executive Committee, was named 2016–2017 Chicago CISO of the Year, and ranked as a Top 50 Information Security Executive. Todd has authored four books including “CISO COMPASS: Navigating Cybersecurity Leadership Challenges with Insights from Pioneers” and “Ground-breaking CISO Leadership: Essential Principles for Success.” He held senior leadership positions at Northern Trust, Grant Thornton International, Ltd, ManpowerGroup, WellPoint (Anthem) Blue Cross Blue Shield/National Government Services, Zeneca/Syngenta, IMS Health and American Airlines. Todd holds an MBA with highest honors from Oklahoma State University.
Rick Holland is the chief information security officer and vice president of strategy for Digital Shadows. He has more than 15 years of experience in information security. Before joining Digital Shadows, he was a vice president and principal analyst at Forrester Research, providing strategic guidance on security architecture, operations and data privacy. Rick also served as an intelligence analyst in the U.S. Army. He is currently co-chair in the SANS Cyber Threat Intelligence Summit and holds a B.S. in business administration from the University of Texas, Dallas. Rick regularly speaks at leading security conferences across the globe and has been interviewed by industry and business media including BBC News, CNN, Dark Reading, Motherboard, NPR, The Register and The Wall Street Journal.
Sundeep Kapur is the founder of Digital Credence, Inc. He is an educator focused on helping brands enhance engagement. His insight-driven workshops have helped many financial institutions define and implement a successful strategy for 2020 and beyond. He continues with his efforts to research and enhance the learning for it to be actionable and relevant.
Madeline Mitchell is a senior consultant in Deloitte's Cyber Risk practice focused on cyber strategy for commercial clients across the United States. She is an experienced manager with over 11 years of experience across the aerospace, defense, power, utilities, healthcare and federal, state and local government sectors. Prior to joining Deloitte, Madeline was a manager with Booz Allen Hamilton in the aerospace practice, and previously served in the governor’s administration for the State of Oklahoma. She holds an active Top Secret security clearance. Madeline holds an MBA from the University of Central Oklahoma and a B.A. in corporate communications and public affairs from Southern Methodist University. She is a Certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and a Certified Defense Financial Manager (CDFM).
Brian Robison is the chief evangelist at BlackBerry Cylance, where he educates the world that preventing cybersecurity threats is actually possible and a much better approach than detecting and responding after the attack. Prior to joining Cylance, Brian spent five years helping secure corporate data on mobile devices—three years at Citrix as director of technical marketing and two years driving enterprise product strategy at Good Technology. Before moving into the mobile security space, Brian’s career focused on endpoint security and risk and compliance. At McAfee, he led the effort to bring ePolicy Orchestrator into the modern age as well as managing the vulnerability management and policy compliance solutions. Prior to McAfee, Brian held many roles over his seven-year career at Tripwire, Inc.
- Sponsorship OpportunitiesMore Information Coming Soon.
- Advisory Board
Dana Harper, Retired, Federal Bureau of Investigation
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
- 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 email@example.com.