Sally Fletcher, Head of Online Events, offers the cyber security community a sneak peak into the Spring 2019 Cyber Security Digital Summit agenda. Focused on enterprise security, Cyber Security Hub will be hosting its third annual online Summit — a two-day event with live webinars featuring leading security practitioners. Free to attend, the event tackles key and evolving challenges facing the cyber security industry.
On May 7 and May 8, 2019, experts from every aspect of this space will present their most compelling case studies and real-world advice on subjects ranging from artificial intelligence, incident response, secure enterprise mobility, phishing, behavioral analytics, identity & access management and more. By the end of the event, attendees will have the tools needed to build a “360 plan” for the enterprise.
Moderated by Cyber Security Hub editorial and production staff, the Digital Summit includes key sessions and speakers focused on:
*Public, Private, On-Premise Or Off: Security In A Multi-Cloud Environment
Speaker: Rajeev Nair, Group VP Security & Compliance, Virgin Mobile Middle East & Africa
*True Security Partnerships: Speaking The Language Of Business And Technology
Speaker: Phillip Miller, CISO and Head of Infrastructure, Brooks Brothers
*How To Create A People-Centric Cybersecurity Strategy
Speaker: Ryan Kalember, Senior Vice President Cyber Security, Proofpoint
*Securing The Workforce: Building, Maintaining & Measuring An Effective Security Awareness Program To Drive A Company-Wide Responsibility For Security
Speaker: Chris Budd, VP Information Security Specialist, CISO Americas, Deutsche Bank
Join the Cyber Security Hub for its May event, and learn from world-class cyber experts like Dennis Leber, CISO, Cabinet For Health And Family Services for State of Kentucky; Steve Lavergne, Principal Security Consultant, Bank of Canada and many more. Attendees will be able to share best practices with peers and help build a more robust cyber security network.
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