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Meeting Overview

Perspectives By:

Bashar Abouseido
Vice President, Information Security Risk Management (CISO)
Charles Schwab

Rich Campagna
VP Products
Bitglass

Vincent Campitelli
VP IT Risk Management
McKesson

Bob Cheong
Chief Information Security Officer
Los Angeles World Airports

Walter Curd
Vice President and Chief Information Officer
Maxim Integrated Products

Mike Ellis
CEO
ForgeRock

Frank Greco
Director of Technology
Kaazing

Richard Greene
President
Seculert

Greg Headley
VP of EPG Sales
AvePoint

Elimu Kajunju
Chief Privacy Officer & Senior Compliance Director
UnitedHealth

Cory Louie
Head of Trust, Safety & Security
Dropbox

Tom McCreary
Information Security and Privacy Officer
CalPERS

Sri Muthu
VP, Technology & Operations Executive
Wells Fargo

Richard Noguera
Head of Information Security
The Gap

Michele Robinson
State Chief Information Security Officer
State of California

Richard Rushing
Chief Information Security Officer
Motorola Mobility

Stephen Scharf
Global Chief Information Security Officer
Experian

Eric Schou
Director of Product Marketing
HP ArcSight

Chandar Venkataraman
Chief Product Officer
Druva

Kevin Walker
Vice President, Assistant CISO
Wal-Mart Stores


Summary:

Argyle Executive Forum’s 2014 Chief Information Security Officer Leadership Forum will explore the evolution of the Chief Information Security Officer role and discuss best practices and strategies for the security organization to help drive the business forward and have a profound impact on the local and global business climate.

Argyle Executive Forum is bringing together CISOs, CIOs, CTOs, and direct reports from a variety of industries. Using a discussion-based format, our 2014 Chief Information Security Officer Leadership Forum in San Francisco will focus on several areas including: “Effective strategies for Fighting Cyber Crime,” “The Evolution of the CISO and Predictions Going Forward,” “Assessing Security in the Cloud Environment,” “Vendor Risk Management,” and “The Risk of BYOD and the Mobile Workforce.”

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Date: Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Time: 7:45am – 5:50pm

Location: San Francisco, CA
Twitter Hashtag: #ArgyleCISOSF
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