With a great pleasure I will be hosting David T. Giambruno - you definitely do not want to miss this one!
David has over 25 years of technology experience focused on security and infrastructure. He previously worked at Tribune Media where he was SVP and CIO overseeing the split of the technology & application portfolio of the company into two separate stand-alone businesses. Prior to this, David was SVP and CIO at Revlon where he was responsible for globalizing the company's infrastructure and deployed global standards and IT operations.
David Giambruno is best known for providing strategic planning, cutting-edge technological know-how, and transformative capacity as a leader among Fortune 500 CIO’s and other senior executives.
Extract: Cyber Security, Werewolves, Unicorns, Silver Bullets, and blunt force trauma. I'm the Blunt Force Trauma
About the possible....
Insights & approaches with a helping of sarcasm
Presentation by Engin Kirda, co-foudner Lastline
Title: Using AI to detect Advanced Threats -- Done Right.
Bio: In addition to being co-founder and chief architect at Lastline, Engin Kirda is a Professor at the Northeastern University in Boston, and the director of the Northeastern Information Assurance Institute.
Before that, Engin held faculty positions at the Institute Eurecom in the French Riviera and the Technical University of Vienna, where he co-founded the Secure Systems Lab that is now distributed over five institutions in Europe and US. Engin’s recent research has focused on malware analysis (e.g., Anubis, Exposure, Fire) and detection, web application security, and practical aspects of social networking security. His recent work on the deanonymization of social network users received wide media coverage. Engin co-authored more than 110 peer-reviewed scholarly publications and served on program committees of numerous well-known international conferences and workshops.
Title: data security through the use of multi-cloud
VP, Product Management, Leonovus Inc.
Tim Bramble has more than twenty years’ experience developing enterprise solutions addressing software-defined storage, cloud security, data encryption, identity and access management, email security and web fraud detection. He is well acquainted with current information security threats and the challenges governments and enterprises face in defending against them.
Tim joined Leonovus in May 2018. Prior to this, Tim oversaw security aspects of Dell EMC’s hybrid cloud offerings and led product management for several hybrid cloud encryption products at CloudLink Technologies (acquired by EMC in 2015) which he joined in 2012. Before this, Tim managed the development of a number of security solutions at Entrust, which he joined in 1997.
Tim holds a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Waterloo.