secure{CISO} san francisco

InfoSec Leaders walk into a collaboration attended by the largest enterprises and brands within San Francisco; a day of thought-leading exchange as we examine directions from within the Office of the CISO; all under the umbrella of riveting keynotes, revealing panels, engaging round-tables and unparalleled networking.

calendar Date & Time:

Thursday, January 26, 2023 | 9:00 am - 3:45 pm PST

Argonaut Hotel

As secureCISO sf is by invitation only for a select group of leading strategists who represent the biggest brands, once your registration is approved you will be provided all location and event details. You won't be disappointed as we only select the best venues to make this a memorable experience underlining the thought leading discussions and game changing relationships you'll walk away with.

Testimonials

What Infosec Leaders Say

“The entire experience was great from the check-in process to the refreshments were all wonderful. The speaker list that was lined up was also great but they are always great whenever I attend. The moderator kept the conversation going and kept it flowing. The Food was great and the vendor selection was great as well.”

“Good event, the right balance between discussion, presentation, and networking. Learned an equal measure through each.”

“There are always great topics and enjoy the networking of new and some familiar colleagues.”

Agenda

Thursday, January 26, 2023

9:00 am - 3:45 pm 

 


9:00 - 10:00

Registration

Check-in, grab a coffee and prepare for a day of collaboration, today's discussions start in the CISOlounge where you'll join San Francisco's leading IT Security strategists.


10:00 - 10:10

Setting the tone

Moderator Joseph Wolfgram sets the tone for a day of intimate collaboration as he welcomes San Francisco's top InfoSec leaders.


10:10 - 10:40

The Predictions Panel

Top InfoSec Leaders take stage to predict the next big threat. Will our vulnerabilities be mobile, web, cloud, application or endpoint? Which prediction will crown our #ITpsychic?

Doug Meier, National Director of Information Security & Data Governance, Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani

James Wedewer, Director of InfoSec, People.ai

Ava Rassouli, Security team IT manager, County of Marin

Ragnar Edholm, SVP of Engineering Infrastructure, Happy Money


10:40 - 11:00

How Security Can Catch up to the Data Economy by Open Raven

Dave Cole, Founder and CEO

ChatGPT and generative AI dominate the headlines-- and for good reason. Behind the most jaw-dropping AI is a mountain of data that was used to train it and an army of data scientists and engineers. And behind them is typically a security team racing to catch up in order to prevent data leaks, breaches, compliance problems, and privacy mishaps. This is a perfect example of data sprawl, and somewhat quietly, containing data sprawl has become one of the top priorities for modern security teams in 2023. Beyond its clear potential to prevent incidents, regaining control of our data could also hold the key to longstanding problems such as prioritization for remediation and threat monitoring. 


11:00 - 12:00

Retreat to the CISOlounge

Grab a coffee while touring the latest enterprise innovation our sponsors have to offer.


12:00 - 1:00

Leader's Lunch

Connecting the dots at secureCISO San Francisco; this epicurean lunch is the foundation for today's relationship building.


 1:00 - 1:20

Democratizing Cloud Security with your CNAPP by Wiz   

Menno Vanderlist, SE Manager, Enterprise West

As cloud adoption expands, security teams are faced with securing increasingly complex cloud environments. Keeping pace requires a new approach. Completely agentless, CNAPPs take minutes to set up and enable security teams to unify a fragmented security stack and empower cloud engineers to take action. CNAPPs remove friction and highlight critical risks so that engineering teams have the incentive and context needed to remediate without security team oversight.


1:20 - 1:50

The CISOpanel 

CISOs on the panel take stage to reveal directions from within the Office of the CISO, We'll find out in this investigative discussion that goes beyond the successes to pin-point hurdles, strategies, best-practices and those ever important lessons learned.

Prabhath Karanth, Head of Security & Trust, TripActions

Rohit Jain, Vice President Technology, Applications and Analytics, iRhythm Technologies 

Ashish Garg, Head of InfoSec Engineering, Solidigm 

Adam DeMonaco, CISO, Yapstone Inc


1:50 - 2:50

Retreat to the CISOlounge

More than a cocktail reception these are the connections that add light to daily decisions made. Conversations with colleagues and peers in the CISOlounge under the umbrella of the latest technologies and visionaries behind them.


2:50 - 3:20

Sweet Collaboration

Round-tables congregate over dessert; nothing makes more sense of InfoSec roadmaps than stories of ROI, it's battles and game plans over dessert.


3:20 - 3:35

CISOinsights

An opportunity to reflect and relate.


3:35 - 3:45

#CISOdraw

We know InfoSec folks love gadgets that's why you'll love the CISOdraw. Our sponsors have put forth a compilation of great giveaways; from Apple's latest to Amazon's voice automation and even weekend getaways at BMW driving schools. At secureCISO we’ve seen it ALL, but are always taken aback as they get better and better.

FREE Uber passes are on us or take Valet at NO cost. For convenience this link is pre-programmed with the venue address for easy and convenient access to the event.
secure{CISO} san francisco 9:00 am - 3:45 pm PST

Thursday, January 26, 2023 | 9:00 am - 3:45 pm PST

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