The Chicago ISSA Chapter invites you to attend our October chapter meeting. October's meeting will feature a presentation on Focusing on Your Data to Change the Information Security Game. The meeting is free and open to both ISSA members and non-members. Beverages and appetizers will be provided courtesy of the Chicago ISSA chapter.
Free parking is available at the venue. The CTA's Blue line Rosemont stop is a short walk from the venue.
Topic: Focusing on Your Data to Change the Information Security Game
CISOs must completely re-think the way they do business by transforming their role from reactive and infrastructure-focused to proactive data- and risk-centric business leaders. Join James Robinson as he discusses new concepts for layering data controls alongside infrastructure controls to transform your security defenses. By examining these concepts and the framework and tools essential for enabling people, process and technology to collaborate and re-define a next generation security program, Robinson will provide actionable insights to recalibrate security defenses and protect company intellectual property.
• New data-driven approaches to identifying, mitigating and combating threats
• Transforming your users – from greatest vulnerability to volunteer security team
• Evolving your threat model – from acceptable to amazing security
Speaker: James Robinson, Chief Security and Strategy Officer - Websense
James Robinson is the Security Architecture and Strategy Officer at Websense. His key responsibilities are internal security strategy and innovation. James brings more than a decade of both IT and product engineering security leadership to Websense. He has previously held leadership positions with Fortune 150 and Fortune 100 companies including: Emerson Electric, Anheuser-Busch and State Farm Insurance. Throughout his career James has delivered solutions for network architecture and application security, penetration testing, incident response, security and risk assessment, forensics and investigations and product security.