Tenable's top customers are invited for a weekend in beautiful Napa Valley where they will interact with leading industry and policy experts to discuss key security issues. In a relaxed setting, we will follow an organized agenda focused on moving beyond discussions of 'information sharing' in order to strengthen the security industry as a whole.
As we enter 2015, one of the great and vexing ironies is that as IT infrastructure has taken center stage in both business and government, IT has also ‘left the building’, dispersed to locations mobile, virtual, social, and cloud, operated by third parties – as if protecting it wasn’t already difficult enough.
Speakers and panelists will engage with 50 Tenable customer CSOs to discuss how government, enterprises, their boards of directors, executive management and technologists are responding, where there are successes, and where help is needed.
12:30pm - Check In/Registration & Buffet Lunch
1:00pm - Welcome Remarks
1:45pm - U.S. National Strategy: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
Dr. Sameer Bhalotra
U.S. national strategy for cybersecurity has been a hotly debated topic among all our nation's leaders, from spy agencies to the Congress to the White House. We'll discuss emerging cyber threats, the government's game plan, laws and regulations in the works, and the power struggles coming ahead.
2:30pm - A View From the Board of Directors
Founder & Principal
What Guidance does the Board Need on the Risk of Cyberthreats?
Former CEO of Compaq, turnaround leader of MCI, and most recently Chairman and CEO of VCE a Cisco, EMC venture with investment from VMware and Intel, will share his thoughts on what boards need to know as IT infrastructure leaves the building.
3:15pm - Break
3:30pm - Big Data Security Analytics
VP & Chief Security Officer
ISE® Canada Executive Award Finalist 2013
ISE® North America Executive Award Winner 2014 - Commercial Category
The Argus project named after and inspired by the multi-eyed giant of Greek mythology, is a TELUS corporate project to represent an all-seeing system designed to intelligently and automatically detect everything from the most mundane to the most advanced forms of system and network intrusions, and then automate and monitor their containment and remediation. Argus is both a functional system and extensible architecture using advanced software technologies built upon Hadoop clusters, streams, and complex event processing with integrations into security event management and incident response tools. Argus embeds the best of Big Data and Security Monitoring Analytics to build a game-changing technology with capabilities beyond those offered by off-the-shelf platforms.
4:15pm - Malware and Threat Panel
Dean De Beer
Founder and CTO, Ponte Technologies
Founder, Shmoo Group/ShmooCon
How do you address many of the SANS Institute Critical Security Controls for Effective Cyber Defenses that Enterprises Need.
Recently, The SANS Institute updated the critical security controls for effective cyber defenses that an organization should have in place to address today’s cyber threats. Tenable provides or delivers many of these needed critical security controls to prevent, detect, and respond to a cyber threat. This discussion will focus on how Tenable suite of products can best be utilized to maintain effective cyber defenses to combat today’s cyber threats. The discussion will highlight how Tenable products enhance an organization cyber defenses. Specifically how Tenable assist an organization to:
- Maintain a near real time inventory of authorized and unauthorized devices and software.
- Keep secure configurations of devices and software.
- Continuously assess and remediate vulnerabilities.
- Detect and prevent unsecured wireless connections.
- Monitor and detect network activity anomalies, unsecured ports, protocols, and services.
- Monitor and analyze audit and event logs.
- Provide spot-on intelligence for incident response and management.
5:00pm - Day One Sessions Conclude
5:30pm - Reception and Dinner at The Carneros Inn (Hilltop Dining Room & Patio)
9:30pm - Program Concludes
7:30am - Breakfast at The Carneros Inn (FARM Pavilion)
8:15am - Opening Remarks
8:30am - Government as Privacy Risk in a Mass Surveillance World
Director of Civil Liberties
Stanford Center for Internet & Society
This talk will predict near-future legal battles that could impact our ability to build secure technologies, and what to do about it. Download Presentation
9:00am - Oh, Great: Now We Have to Secure an Internet of Things
Director of Emerging Security Trends
The Internet of Things/Everything has been attracting a lot of hype lately, but for most enterprises the number of “things” they need to secure has already surpassed the number of PCs and servers they manage and monitor and this will only increase. This presentation will give a reality check on the Internet of Things and generate a discussion on the highest leverage areas for building security in to the IoT vs. repeated failed previous patterns of trying to sprinkle security on later. Download Presentation
9:30am - Politics and Promise: Cybersecurity, Electronic Surveillance, and Reform
Beacon Global Strategies LLC
In the wake of cyberattacks against major corporations, Michael Allen will discuss the current state of legislative and policy proposals for cybersecurity. Additionally, Mr. Allen will examine the ongoing debate around electronic surveillance and the future of reform efforts.
10:00am - Final Thoughts
10:30am - Depart Carneros for Afternoon & Evening Programs
11:00am - Brunch
Auberge du Soleil
Vista 1 Terrace & Dining Room
180 Rutherford Hill Road
1:15pm - Depart lunch for wine tasting destination
1:30pm - Wine Tour & Tasting
360 Howell Mountain Road S
Angwin, CA 94508
3:30pm - Depart for next wine tasting destination
3:45pm - Wine Tour & Tasting
8445 Silverado Trail
Rutherford, CA 94573
5:30pm - Depart wine tasting for dinner destination
6:00pm - Cocktail Reception & Dinner
8466 St Helena Hwy
Rutherford, CA 94573