SecureWorldKansasCity 2019 May 8, 2019 to May 8, 2019, Kansas City, USA

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Word on the Street Is: A Lil' Bit of Awareness Will Make It Secure Dominick Frazier Security awareness is often viewed as this intangible part of information security that is always ...
7 Ways to Boost InfoSec’s Influence (and Yours) by Communicating Differently Bruce Sussman Grow your personal influence, your leadership possibilities and move your InfoSec objectives forward (faster) by ...
OPENING KEYNOTE — The Nation-State, the Corporation, and You: Cybersecurity in the Cyber Age Col. Cedric Leighton N/A
The Four Horsemen of the Security Apocalypse Yaron Levi Machine Learning, AI, IoT, Block Chain …. The new gold rush for digital transformation is ...
The United States Secret Service’s Cyber Threat Answer: The Electronic Crimes Task Force Andrew Matushek Learn how the United States Secret Service responds to the emerging cyber threat by partnering ...
[Trend Micro] Threat Predictions: Mapping the Future session level icon Brandon Bradshaw This presentation will discuss and present what we have seen in the industry and the ...
LUNCH KEYNOTE: Prevent Nightmares in the IoT Rebecca Herold N/A
Panel: Building a Better Mouse Trap (Emerging Threats) Sean Griesheimer , Scott Hamann , Heeyoung Sim , Justin Sharples , Rich Keith To be successful, as an industry, we must strive to get ahead of the bad ...
Panel: Cloudy with a Chance of Breach Brandon Bradshaw , Ronald Pipkins , Ron Shuck , Kevin Augspurger Everything old is new again. Migrating to the cloud certainly is not a new thing. ...
[Panel] Knowledge Is Power: Women in Cybersecurity Britney Hommertzheim , Cindi Carter , Melissa Spicer , Kristen Ellis It is often said that true knowledge must be gained through experience; either through one’s ...
Recent Developments in U.S. and Global Privacy and Security Laws Laura Fey Throughout the world, legislators regularly update privacy and security laws in an (arguably futile) attempt ...
Let's Stop Admiring the Human Factor Problem in Cybersecurity Calvin Nobles Ninety-five percent of all cyber-attacks are human enabled. Organizations continue to fail at addressing human ...