Why You Should Attend!



Argyle Executive Forum is bringing together leading InfoSec, IT, and Risk executives for our annual CISO Forum in Chicago. Throughout a full day of content and networking, we will focus on the most pressing issues that InfoSec professionals are facing moving into 2018. With an agenda geared specifically towards leaders in InfoSec, IT and Risk, topics discussed will include:

  • Properly preparing for an inevitable multi-cloud future - fully and securely embracing the cloud
  • Strategizing recovery plans and solutions from an organizational cyberattack – transitioning from recovery to resilience
  • Discovering emerging security capabilities and how leading organizations are managing the adoption process
  • Exploring new ways to secure the mobile network, particularly when traditional security measures are no longer effective
  • Understanding how emerging regulatory changes will impact global business operations, and how to best prepare
  • Building a workforce for the future of InfoSec - attaining, training, and retaining talent through in-demand skillset development and mentoring opportunities

 

Our keynote presentations, fireside chats, panel sessions and networking breaks will encourage candid discussions with your peers focused on these topics and more. We look to hosting you alongside our community of Fortune 500 CISO leaders hailing from Chicago and beyond!

This event will feature insights from top executives, including:

If you'd like to recommend a speaker, please email Natasha Guzman at nguzman@argyleforum.com.

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Arun Desouza Chief Information Security and Privacy Officer
Nexteer Automotive
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Cherisse Estes Assistant Vice President, Information Technology Product Management
Fifth Third Bank
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Ed Giles Senior Vice President, Security Technology Operations & Architecture
Northern Trust Corporation
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Santosh Krishnan Chief Product Officer
Lookout
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Sean Nealon Director, Cyber security Architecture and Operations
General Growth Properties
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Zulzani Noordin Director of Network Security
A leading healthcare company
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Susan Nuccio SVP, Global Information Security
JLL
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Nazia Raoof Managing Director - Transformational Strategist / Technology Business Partner
CIBC US
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Sarah Reeser CEO
Analytical Intel, LLC
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Richard Rushing Chief Information Security Officer
Motorola Mobility
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Raghbir Sandhu Sr. Security Architect
Kellogg's
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Ray Shum Enterprise Account Manager
Ivanti
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Josh Stella CEO
Fugue
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Bob Turner Chief Information Security Officer (CISO)
UW-Madison
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Milan Urban Regional Account Manager
Trend Micro
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Arlene Yetnikoff Director of Information Security
DePaul University
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  • 7:45am – 8:45am Breakfast
  • 8:45am – 8:50am Argyle Opening Remarks
  • 8:50am – 9:25am Keynote Presentation: "From FUD to Forward: A CISO’s Journey"
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    Higher education and research is, in practice and by necessity, an open and collaborative society driven by the need to share information without hindrance.  The daily business practices have the potential to expose protected personal or healthcare information, protected and unpublished research, patentable discoveries and inventions, and large volumes of financial information.  Communicating the practices and policies may easily result in promoting fear, uncertainty and doubt, also known as FUD, to motivate users and data owners toward the “right” behaviors.  The University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Office of Cybersecurity chooses to move in the direction of partnership as they inform and involve the community of over 22,000 faculty, researchers and staff along with 43,000 students; without FUD as the centerpiece.    

    In his key note address, Bob Turner provides insight into the issues of communication and community engagement the University of Wisconsin-Madison has travelled with a glimpse of the trail ahead.

    Bob Turner
    Chief Information Security Officer (CISO)
    UW-Madison

  • 9:25am – 9:45am Thought Leadership Spotlight: "Why Phishing is Both Different and More Problematic on Mobile"
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    The traditional corporate perimeter is evaporating as the enterprise continues its fundamental shift to a mobile-enabled workplace. Now, all endpoints, but particularly mobile devices, are outside the firewall and freely accessing not just enterprise apps and SaaS, but also personal services like social media and email. In this new world, attackers take advantage of the blending of personal and enterprise accounts and the vulnerability of devices outside the firewall to gain access to corporate data and credentials via new vectors for phishing attacks, including SMS and messaging platforms like WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, etc.

    Santosh Krishnan
    Chief Product Officer
    Lookout 

  • 9:45am – 10:10am Networking Break
  • 10:10am – 10:55am Panel Discussion: "Security Innovation: Unifying Proactive & Reactive"
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    Session topics include, but are not limited to:

    • What are some insider threats that are top of mind for you at your organization?
    • How do you pinpoint top weaknesses that increase risk within the company?
    • Discuss the importance of implementing both a proactive & reactive strategy within your organization?
    • How do you drive innovation while mitigating risk, ensuring continuous compliance & maintaining security?
    • How do you leverage tools like the cloud to promote efficiency while maintaining a secure digital environment?
    • What are primary threats to the business in the cloud, and what practices & controls are necessary for compliance?
    • What’s the best method to plan and prevent insider threats and cyberattacks?
    • How do you balance demands that are potential threats to corporate data within your organization

    Moderator: 

    Bob Turner
    Chief Information Security Officer (CISO)
    UW-Madison

    Panelists:

    Arun Desouza
    CISO and Privacy Officer
    Nexteer Automotive

    Sean Nealon
    Senior Director, Cyber & Information Security
    GGP

    Zulzani Noordin
    Director of Network Security
    A Leading Healthcare Provider

    Josh Stella
    CEO
    Fugue

  • 10:55am – 11:15am Thought Leadership Spotlight: "Data Center Attack: The Game"
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    In this session we will put you in the shoes of a CISO at a hospital to see if you can go back in time to prevent a data center attack from holding critical patient data hostage. See if you have the knowledge it takes to stop a data center attack, and if not, learn what defenses you need to prevent one.

    You will be prompted to make decisions that will impact your security posture. Wrong choices could result in ransomware hijacking your patient data and putting lives at risk. Right choices will show you what happens with DevOps and IT work together, will allow doctors to see patient data, and the hospital will run as expected.

    Milan Urban
    Regional Account Manager
    Trend Micro

    *This session will be off the record.

  • 11:15am – 11:35am Networking Break
  • 11:35am – 12:10pm Keynote Presentation featuring Motorola Mobility
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    Richard Rushing
    Chief Information Security Officer
    Motorola Mobility

  • 12:10pm – 1:10pm Lunch
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  • 1:10pm – 1:55pm Panel Discussion: "Women in Information Security: Breaking the Digital Ceiling"
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    Session topics will include but are not limited to:

    • Describe your career journey and your personal experience in your previous and current role in the industry.
    • In your experience, how have you seen women break down barriers in regards to challenges in your department and organization?
    • How do you define InfoSec excellence?
    • If we understood and valued more of the right skills needed in today’s environment, would that naturally translate to more women in InfoSec?
    • How are you partnering with HR and other departments in efforts to bring in more women into InfoSec?
    • What advice do you have for the audience to increase the number of women working and holding management positions in Infosec

    Moderator:

    Sarah Reeser
    CEO
    Analytical Intel, LLC

    Panelists:

    Cherisse Estes
    Assistant Vice President, Information Technology Product Management
    Fifth Third Bank

    Susan Nuccio
    SVP, Global Manager
    Information Security Compliance
    JLL

    Nazia Raoof
    Managing Director - Transformational Strategist / Technology Business Partner
    CIBC US

    Arlene Yetnikoff
    Director of Information Security
    DePaul University

  • 1:55pm – 2:15pm Networking Break
  • 2:15pm - 2:20pm Session Introduction featuring Ivanti
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    Ray Shum
    Enterprise Account Manager
    Ivanti

  • 2:20pm – 2:55pm Keynote Session: “Know, Control, Enable”
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    The Business often views Security as an obstacle to pursuing new opportunities -- serving as little more than business "unablers." Regulators, auditors, compliance officers, prospects, and clients constantly challenge Security to demonstrate due care in all matters related to protecting the assets of the company. Can security ever satisfy all parties? Probably not. It can enable the business while improving the security posture of the company.  With demands to patch vulnerable system, fix vulnerable code, protect sensitive data on and off network, limit access to certain websites, it's no surprise when business innovators steer clear of Risk and Information Security teams. Recent media coverage of cyber security threats and incidents supports the need for information security. Nevertheless, many perceive the information security as a necessary evil rather than a force for good.

    In this key note address, Ed Giles offers that through a change in perspective and approach, information security professionals can provide a smoother more secure path to enable business innovation and profitability.

    Ed Giles
    Senior Vice President, Security Technology Operations & Architecture
    Northern Trust

  • 2:55pm – 3:30pm Keynote Session: "Cybersecurity Practice Overview"
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    New technologies driving the digital transformation and intensifying the new risks have emerged to the business. Despite how sophisticated information security has become, the fundamental of Cyber Security Framework to integrate the People, Process, and Technology is the key to successfully protect the organization from the cyber threats and risks.

    Raghbir Sandhu
    Sr. Security Architect
    Kellogg's

  • 3:30pm – 3:35pm Argyle Closing Remarks
  • 3:35pm – 4:35pm Closing Reception

What will be discussed? Explore security hot topics and challenge areas such as:

Security Strategy

Discuss the ever-changing security landscape, cloud-first enterprise initiatives, and the IT tools at your disposal to protect against and prepare for cyber threats. Speaker topics include:

    • Enhancing the security of mobile networks where traditional methods no longer work
    • Fully and securely embracing the cloud as the transition to multi-cloud becomes a reality
    • The newest security capabilities and technologies and how companies are adopting

Mitigating Threat

Discover how others are mitigating evolving cyberthreats in their organizations, using automation, AI, and preemptive planning to address potential issues. Speaker topics include:

    • Developing a clearly defined incidence response plan, and what to do post attack
    • Aligning risk management with business priorities across all sectors of your company
    • How to identify and prepare for new potential cyber threats and their impact on your business

Evolving Regulations

Information security is now a global concern, with new regulations in Europe and beyond requiring a shift in policy. Discuss the impact of changes like GDPR to large companies with global reach. Speaker topics include:

    • The impact of recent regulatory changes in Europe on InfoSec functions
    • Emerging regulations domestically and abroad and how to prepare 
    • The opportunity to transform elements of your organization through compliance

Still have questions? We have answers.

I want to attend, but what if I'm unsure of my schedule and need to cancel my participation?

Just let us know. We understand that schedules change! However, we always have a waiting list for this event, and if you don't cancel, we will assume you are still attending and your spot will go unused. If you must, cancel at least 48 hours prior to the event to make room for others!

What if I can't be OOO for a whole day, or need to come late?

We have wifi and private rooms available for attendees to take calls and spend some quiet time on emails, as well as access to printing. Have a morning meeting you can't miss? No problem. This event was designed for busy executives - we get it.

I'd like to bring some colleagues. Do I need to register them online?

Events are more fun with friends, and we'd be happy to host your team. You can have them register online, or send us their names, titles and email addresses and we will take care of it for you!

I don't see the event venue listed. Where will the meeting be held?

To maintain exclusivity, we don't release the venue address until the registration process has been completed. All logistical details will be shared once you have requested a pass and been approved.

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