CloudCamp Chicago - Cloud Security
Monday, March 2, 2015 at 5:30 PM (CST)
The major data breaches of 2014 were unprecedented. As of October 2014, there were more than 697 separate data breaches in the U.S. The global average cost of a data breach was $3.5 million in 2014, and enterprises have to pay an average of $145 per lost or stolen record. A staggering 43% of companies worldwide reported being breached in the past year.
Let's rethink security in 2015.
CloudCamp Chicago continue the traditions of short lightning talks, an "unpanel" with audience participation and questions, and small breakout clusters around beers and pizza.
Theme: "Cloud Security"
5:30 pm Drinks and Introductions
6:00 pm: Opening Remarks
6:10 pm: Lightning Talks
"The Chicago Electronic Crimes Task Force" - Patrick Hogan, Assistant to the Special Agent in Charge at U.S. Secret Service
"Information Security Breach Trends" - Michael Roytman, Data Scientist at Risk I/O @mroytman
Preventing the next Sony hack - Patrick Kerpan, CEO and co-founder at Cohesive Networks @pjktech
6:45 pm: Unpanel - volunteer to join the panel, ask or answer questison
7:30 pm: Networking, drinks and pizza
8:30 pm: Wrap up - drinks anyone?
Interested in submitting a topic for a Lightning Talk or unpanel discussion? Want to sponsor the beer or snacks? Get in touch with margaret dot walker at cohesive dot net
As always, the unconference is vendor-neutral. As a community, we hope to create a fun and open environment to educate and discuss cloud computing.
We keep vendor sales pitches to a minimum by giving the audience 'red cards' - if you don't like what the speakers are saying send them off!
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CloudCamp is an 'unconference' where networking, dev/ops, IT pros and cloud users gather to discuss cloud technologies over pizzas and beers.
CloudCamp is a common ground to learn and share cloud computing knowledge. Attendees are encouraged to share thoughts in open discussions, un-panels, Q&A, and short talks. We keep vendor sales pitches to a minimum by giving the audience 'red cards' - if you don't like what the speakers are saying send them off!
CloudCamp regulars include networking, dev/ops, IT pros and cloud users from VMware, user groups, IBM, CDW, startups, Salesforce, local universities, and myriad smaller Cloud users and enthusiasts. www.cloudcamp.org
See slides from past events here.