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October 14, 2015

Chapter Meeting Q4 2015

Date: October 20, 2015

Location: National Speakers Association, 1500 S. Priest Dr, Tempe 85281

Time: 12:00pm – 4:00pm

Registration: Click here to register


11:30am – 12:00pm – Sign In
12:00pm – Welcome and introductions – Lunch buffet begins
12:30pm – 1:30pm – Building your SecDevOps Toolkit

SecDevOps isn’t merely about having some conversations with the DevOps team and running a few scripts on a Jenkins server. The real power is when you leverage the same techniques used by Dev and Ops and enhance security through code, configurations, and automation. This session will show you how to build your own toolkit and take charge.

Presented By Rich Mogull

1:30pm – 1:45pm – Break
1:45pm – 2:45pm – Cloud Security Law, Cyber and Privacy Insurance Issues – Last Line of Defense When Technology Fails

This presentation focuses to the rising prominence of insurance considerations and more particularly to legal aspects of insurance as it relates to Cyber Security and Privacy. The presentation defines “Cyber and Privacy Insurance” and organizes such insurance into four main types of cyber insurance coverage: data breach and privacy management coverage, multimedia liability coverage, extortion liability coverage, and network security liability coverage. With these definitions, the presentation then gives snapshot of how the Cyber Insurance Market Is Maturing, its participants, costs, and related attributes. Consideration is given to the importance of defined terms, before launching into difficulties that providers and users have relative to measuring, modeling, and pricing cyber insurance risk. Particular attention is given to the language of “claims” and how to navigate through associated risk/cost analyses and cost structures. Additionally, general considerations, pre-conditions, cost of compliance, business interruption, governing board oversight and related issues are brought together is a cohesive manner.

Presented by Michael C. Keeling, Esq., PE

2:45pm – 3:45pm – Cloud Cyber Incident Sharing Center (CISC)

Cloud-CISC is CSA’s newest initiative to provide a platform for anonymous sharing of cyber information across member enterprises. CSA is leveraging TruSTAR’s anonymous communication and data correlation technology to build a network of ‘connective defense’ that takes a page from cyber attackers playbook and provides real value to security operators. Join us for a discussion on this new initiative and the challenges and opportunities of enterprise cyber information sharing.

Presented by Patrick Coughlin

3:45pm – 4:00pm – Final Overview

Speaker Bios:

Rich MogullRich Mogull
Analyst & CEO, Securosis

Rich has twenty years experience in information security, physical security, and risk management. He specializes in cloud security, data security, application security, emerging security technologies, and security management. He is also the principle course designer of the Cloud Security Alliance training class and actively works on developing hands-on cloud security techniques. Prior to founding Securosis, Rich was a Research Vice President at Gartner on the security team. Prior to his seven years at Gartner, Rich worked as an independent consultant, web application developer, software development manager at the University of Colorado, and systems and network administrator.

Rich is the Security Editor of TidBITS and a frequent contributor to publications ranging from Information Security Magazine to Macworld. He is a frequent industry speaker at events including the RSA Security Conference, Black Hat, and DefCon, and has spoken on every continent except Antarctica (where he’s happy to speak for free — assuming travel is covered).

Michael KeelingMichael C. Keeling, Esq., PE
Keeling Law Offices

Mr. Keeling is a partner at Keeling Law Offices, PC and president of Data Site Consortium, Inc. Mike primarily researches, practices, and advocates in the areas of broadband, telecommunications regulatory policy, telemedicine, intellectual property, and related matters. Mike focuses to driving value and creating efficiencies in telecom, healthcare, IT, semiconductors, and software. He is a skilled negotiator, writer and legal counselor having over 35-years of hands-on experience developing, implementing and harvesting complex technical initiatives—their associated standards, regulatory and public policy frameworks, and value preservation. Mike has six granted-patents. In addition, Mr. Keeling participates in community building activities of the Arizona Telemedicine Program, Arizona Technology Council, Arizona Telecommunications and Information Council, and related non-profit community advocacy groups. Mike and his wife, Lynn, relax by sailing their sloop, the Windward Vision, in and around San Diego Bay.

Patrick CoughlinPatrick Coughlin
Chief Operating Officer, TruSTAR Technology

Patrick Coughlin is the Chief Operating Officer of TruSTAR Technology. Prior to TruSTAR, Patrick was a Director at Good Harbor Consulting where he managed projects in counterterrorism and cyber security for government and commercial clients in the Middle East and North Africa. At Good Harbor, Patrick helped the United Arab Emirates stand up the country’s first national cyber security agency. Prior to Good Harbor, Patrick was a senior irregular warfare analyst at Booz Allen Hamilton working classified projects for the Department of Defense and US Special Operations Command. For his work at Booz Allen and Good Harbor, he was voted Top 99 Under 33 Most Influential People in Foreign Policy by Diplomatic Courier Magazine.

Patrick began his career as an intelligence officer for Global Strategies Group where he worked in Afghanistan and Pakistan to provide actionable intelligence to US government clients, NGOs, and multinational corporations operating in the region. Patrick has degrees from the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University and the School of International Relations at St. Andrews where his undergraduate and graduate theses focused on countering terrorist groups through facilitating intelligence sharing among government agencies and the private sector. Patrick also holds an MBA from Stanford’s Graduate School of Business where he focused on technology entrepreneurship. While at Stanford, he co-founded Vango, a mobile-first art e-commerce company that uses visualization technology and machine learning recommendation algorithms to change the way people buy and sell original art.

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