How deeply does Donald Trump understand cybersecurity? As the Trump Administration begins, expect a ramp-up in cyber espionage as well as more “test attacks” by nation-states, say some cybersecurity experts. But is that fair? During the early days of Trump’s presidency, how are we seeing Trump’s cybersecurity policies and strategies shaping up, and what are the implications for the nation’s long-term cybersecurity resiliency? This session will explore how the new administrations cybersecurity policies and stance are expected to impact not only your operations but also your business.
From ransomware attacks such as WannaCry to increasing threats posed by cyber espionage and international political unrest, 2018 has been anything but dull from a cybersecurity and threat point of view.
Please join us as David Hahn, vice president and CISO at media conglomerate Hearst, and Ed Amoroso, the former senior vice president and CISO at AT&T, kick off our two days with their perspectives about the evolution of cybersecurity, the attacks that are plaguing every industry, and how and
why CISOs must evolve their approaches. These two keynoters will set the
stage for our two days of sessions, panels and networking discussions about
everything from international cyber threats and attack trends to business email compromises, faster payments and payments fraud, and emerging technologies such as deception technology.
We have designed our sessions to address the needs of CISOs, fraud and risk
Teams, security and IT professionals, and many others by tackling real-world
problems and offering solutions that attendees can take back to their offices
and put to use.