OCTOBER 6th, 2020    |      10AM PST

                                                                                                                                            Reimagining the workplace in the new normal has exposed organizations’ unresolved challenges and new vulnerabilities exacerbated by the increased adoption of cloud services. Data security teams are tasked with putting out fires and preparing for tomorrow’s risks without slowing the business down. This requires implementing a holistic strategy across all layers of infrastructure, from cyber resiliency to DevSecOps.

The Data Security Summit explores the “Future of Risk Management” with lively discussions and practical tips on how to strengthen your defense in depth approach. Join speakers from top IT and security organizations, such as Microsoft, FireEye, Splunk, Snyk, and Rubrik, as we look to what it means to be a data secure organization.

SPEAKERS

MORE TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON

DIRECTOR, DEVELOPER RELATIONS, RUBRIK

REBECCA FITZHUGH

FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT,     SNYK.IO

GUY PODJARNY

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER, FIREEYE

KEVIN MANDIA

CHIEF TECHNOLOGY OFFICER, KERN MEDICAL

CRAIG WITMER

CHIEF TECHNOLOGIST,     RUBRIK

CHRIS WAHL

SR. TECHNOLOGY ADVOCATE, SPLUNK

AMÉLIE KORAN

ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS MANAGER, UNIVERSITY OF THE PACIFIC

TONY CARRERO

DEVELOPER ADVOCATE,   RUBRIK

MATT ELLIOTT

SR. PROGRAM MANAGER, MICROSOFT AZURE

KARL RAUTENSTRAUCH

HEAD OF SECURITY INNOVATION, RUBRIK

LUCAS MOODY

AGENDA

10:00 AM     |     REBECCA FITZHUGH, RUBRIK

Rebecca Fitzhugh, Director of Developer Relations at Rubrik, welcomes you to Data Security summit and offers her thoughts on the everchanging data security landscape.


10:10 AM     |      KEVIN MANDIA, FIREEYE INTERVIEW WITH LUCAS MOODY, RUBRIK

Kevin Mandia, CEO of FireEye, will be interviewed by Lucas Moody, Rubrik's Head of Security Operations and Innovations


10:25 AM     |       AMÉLIE KORAN, SPLUNK

The challenge that’s been a major Achilles Heel over the rapid advance of technology and interconnected communication is managing the privacy and security of data residing on, being transmitted over or storing and use of personal and identifiable information (PII). Adding new frameworks of delivering such tech as Agile and DevOps, we find a potentially untenable situation where security and privacy concerns suffer at the needs of the market and consumer demand. What are some basic mitigations, concerns, and potentially new ways of making keeping such needs in a more tenable state and still service those demands.


10:40 AM     |      MATT ELLIOTT, RUBRIK

Securing a modern IT infrastructure to protect against rising ransomware and malware attacks is an increasingly difficult task. Learn how using Rubrik can complement your existing defense in depth approach to security by providing ransomware detection and recovery, as well as a last line of defense.


10:55 AM     |      GUY PODJARNY, SNYK

Digital transformation is a major change to your organisation and business. It means more software, and that means more software risk. The cloud means that your infrastructure is now part of your application, blurring the lines on who is responsible for security. DevOps has accelerated the deployment of software. But where does this leave your security practice? Overwhelmed, in the way and under-informed. If your security practices are going to keep pace with the digital transformation of your business, you need to throw out the decades-old security playbook, start empowering and trusting developers to be the front-line of your security practice, and employing security tools that suit this bottom-up revolution in how you build secure software.


11:05  AM     |       KARL RAUTENSTRAUCH, MICROSOFT AZURE

Information Security is hard and getting harder. Cloud providers frequently mention “Shared Responsibility,” but what does that mean to you? In this discussion, we will review what you should expect from Cloud Providers and what you need to do to protect your employees and customers.


11:20  AM     |       REBECCA FITZHUGH, RUBRIK

Rebecca Fitzhugh wraps up Data Security Summit