Organizations were embarrassed by the WikiLeaks episode that resulted in the unauthorized release of more than 250,000 sensitive and classified government and financial documents. This leak - and the threat of others in both the public and private sectors - forces information security leaders to ask: What more can we do to protect access, portability and privacy of critical data?
Join an expert panel for a discussion on:
Risk assessments, corrective actions and incident response essentials for WikiLeaks-type breaches;
Strategies to control users' access to private information;
Late in 2010, the group known as WikiLeaks released thousands of sensitive government documents obtained by insiders who had too much access to critical data. Around the same time, the group threatened to release even more documents that potentially could embarrass public and private sector entities, including Bank of America.
These incidents raised new questions about security, privacy, ethics and especially access - who are the people who really should have access to your organization's most sensitive data?
Organizations today are more sensitive to the insider threat that could result in WikiLeaks-like revelations. But are they putting in place the correct systems and processes to ensure greater security and privacy?
In this session, you'll hear from a U.S. government CISO, a noted security expert and one of the industry's top security solutions providers, as they discuss:
The data exposure risks to organizations of all types;
Lessons learned from WikiLeaks;
Systems and processes that can help ensure greater security against the new insider threat.
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Eric Cole is an industry-recognized security expert with over 20 years of hands-on experience. He currently performs leading-edge security consulting and works in research and development as a security expert to advance the state of the art in information systems security. Cole has experience in information technology with a focus on perimeter defense, secure network design, vulnerability discovery, penetration testing, compliance and intrusion detection systems.
Cole is also a member of the Commission on Cyber Security for the 44th President and several executive advisory boards and is actively involved with the SANS Technology Institute, working with students, teaching and maintaining and developing courseware.
Senior Product Marketing Manager - Data Loss Prevention, Symantec
As Senior Manager, Product Marketing, Data Loss Prevention at Symantec, Robert Hamilton works with security and privacy executives at leading Fortune 500 companies across all industries to help them protect their confidential data. Symantec is the acknowledged market leader in Data Loss Prevention with the only unified solution to discover, monitor, and protect confidential data wherever it is stored or used.
Senior Cybersecurity Consultant, SecureInfo, a Kratos Company
Patrick D. Howard has over 40 years experience in security, including 20 years service as a U.S. Army military police officer, and has specialized in information security since 1989. He previously served as CISO for the Nuclear Regulatory Commission in Rockville, Md. from 2008 to 2012, and for the Department of Housing and Urban Development from 2005 to 2008.