Upcoming Events

Participants of digital programs may be eligible to earn 1 or more CPEs per program attended depending on format. For information on our ISE® Programs and Events as they relate to COVID-19, you may view our statement here.

ISE® FIRESIDE WEBINAR
What Am I Trying to Protect? Prioritizing Third-Party Risk Management

September 22, 2021
2:00pm – 2:45pm ET
11:00am – 11:45am PT
Registration

Moderator:

Marci McCarthy

Marci McCarthy
CEO and President of T.E.N.
CEO and Chairman of ISE® Talent
Biography

Panelists:

Bill Abrams

Bill Abrams
Chief Information Security Officer
Eastman Kodak Company

Ben Carr

Ben Carr
Chief Information Security Officer
Qualys

Supply chain attacks and ransomware affecting critical infrastructure have proliferated in news reports lately. While there is no silver bullet to stop all risks, many protections against them are those we already have in place, centered around cybersecurity hygiene and fundamentals. However, the supply chain is truly a chain, meaning you have to ensure not only your enterprise’s security but also your supplier’s and everyone else’s downstream in the chain. Many organizations have a “Trust but Verify” security model that dwindles to just “Trust” the farther down the chain they go. While we can audit third-party suppliers, it becomes unfeasible to do so with fourth and fifth parties. However, we are seeing more attackers pivot to extort not only the primary victim of a third-party data breach but also the victim’s customers and partners. Join our conversation as we discuss how to conduct third-party risk management without going down an endless rabbit hole as well as how to investigate attacks effectively, so that the cybersecurity community can learn from your findings.

Attendees of the ISE® Fireside Webinars are eligible to earn 1 CPE upon its conclusion.

ISE® PRIVATE DINNER
Zero Trust: Migrating From Conceptual Model to Comprehensive Framework

September 28, 2021
5:30pm - 8:30pm
Nick & Sam’s Steakhouse
3008 Maple Ave
Dallas, TX 75201
Registration

Most organizations are now engaging in a Zero Trust journey as they prepare for more flexible, hybrid models of working. Protections around identity and devices are necessary and must cover both managed and unmanaged users, assets, resources and workstations. The lack of full visibility into these unagentable and unmanaged areas will prevent you from realizing the extent of your attack surface, leaving you unable to implement effective Zero Trust policies. Join our conversation where we will discuss how to take your Zero Trust roadmap from a conceptual model to a comprehensive framework that protects data; enables the principles of network isolation, segmentation and security; automates and orchestrates controls and processes; and more.

T.E.N. will follow COVID-19 precautions as recommended by the CDC and/or outlined by the venue. Guests are welcome to wear a mask. T.E.N. will provided a limited supply of masks on site, and hand sanitizer will be available.

ISE® FIRESIDE WEBINAR
Increase Resiliency of Your OT Environment From a Ransomware Attack

September 30, 2021
2:00pm – 2:30pm ET
11:00am – 11:30am PT
Registration

Moderator:

Marci McCarthy

Marci McCarthy
CEO and President of T.E.N.
CEO and Chairman of ISE® Talent
Biography

Panelists:

Antova_Galina Galina Antova
Co-Founder
Claroty
Biography

Dawn Cappelli
Vice President, Global Security and Chief Information Security Officer
Rockwell Automation
Biography

Cybersecurity threats come in various forms, including phishing, account compromises, and malicious email attachments. Often these threats result in ransomware attacks, which are causing great concern for most organizations due to the current cyber threat environment. Headlines are filled with stories about entire companies that have been brought to a halt and forced to pay large ransoms. To stay ahead of attacks, many companies focus their cybersecurity efforts on IT, forgetting the importance of the resiliency of their OT environment. That’s a critical mistake. After all, if your IT environment were suddenly compromised by ransomware, could you sever the connections to your OT environments, and if so, could your OT environments still operate without those connections? If you are not successful and OT is impacted by ransomware, could you recover? Any comprehensive cybersecurity strategy involves gaining visibility into OT environments to understand exactly what assets exist and their potential vulnerabilities—a protection strategy that includes the converged IT/OT infrastructure—and the people, processes, and technology to detect, respond, and recover from attacks. Join our conversation as we discuss approaches organizations are taking to reduce ransomware risks to your OT environment such as access control via proper network segmentation, endpoint protection, and disaster recovery with backup processes.

Attendees of this ISE® Fireside Webinar are eligible to earn one-half (0.5) CPE credit upon its conclusion.

ISE® COCKTAILS AND CONVERSATIONS
Strategies to Predict and Reduce Ransomware, Data Loss and Account Takeover

September 30, 2021
5:30pm - 6:45pm ET

NORTHEAST REGION: Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont

Invitation only. If you are interested in attending, please contact: Deb Jones.

ISE® VIP Hosts:

Michael Dierickx

Michael Dierickx
Director PSIRT
Raytheon

Marci McCarthy

Marci McCarthy
CEO and President of T.E.N.
CEO and Chairman of ISE® Talent
Biography

Even with decades of effort, security teams cannot effectively protect their organization against ransomware, account takeover and data loss. Reactive technologies like UEBA and SIEMs have failed to appropriately gain context and visibility into these risks to protect and reduce the impact of incidents, friction to the business and both financial and data loss. By understanding unintentional but risky past decisions of users along with access levels and attack frequency, CISOs can paint a picture of where they are most vulnerable to attack and predict where the next incident will come from. This insight unlocks the capability for security teams to enable proactive security controls and tailor security precisely to each individual, minimizing risk without adding unnecessary business friction. Join our conversation as we discuss new strategies to contend with ransomware, data loss and account takeover in support of a Workforce Zero Trust model.

Attendees of the ISE® Cocktails and Conversations are eligible to earn 1 CPE upon its conclusion.

ISE® PRIVATE DINNER
Strategies to Predict and Reduce Ransomware, Data Loss and Account Takeover

October 5, 2021
5:30pm - 8:30pm
Mastro’s
1650 W Loop S
Houston, TX 77027
Registration

Even with decades of effort, security teams cannot effectively protect their organization against ransomware, account takeover and data loss. Reactive technologies like UEBA and SIEMs have failed to appropriately gain context and visibility into these risks to protect and reduce the impact of incidents, friction to the business and both financial and data loss. By understanding unintentional but risky past decisions of users along with access levels and attack frequency, CISOs can paint a picture of where they are most vulnerable to attack and predict where the next incident will come from. This insight unlocks the capability for security teams to enable proactive security controls and tailor security precisely to each individual, minimizing risk without adding unnecessary business friction. Join our conversation as we discuss new strategies to contend with ransomware, data loss and account takeover in support of a Workforce Zero Trust model.

T.E.N. will follow COVID-19 precautions as recommended by the CDC and/or outlined by the venue. Guests are welcome to wear a mask. T.E.N. will provided a limited supply of masks on site, and hand sanitizer will be available.

ISE® PRIVATE DINNER
Strategies to Predict and Reduce Ransomware, Data Loss and Account Takeover

October 7, 2021
5:30pm - 8:30pm
The Palm
140 5th Avenue South
Nashville, TN 37201
Registration
Allen Hughes

Allen K. Hughes II
Vice President, Information Security and Compliance
Change Healthcare
Biography

Even with decades of effort, security teams cannot effectively protect their organization against ransomware, account takeover and data loss. Reactive technologies like UEBA and SIEMs have failed to appropriately gain context and visibility into these risks to protect and reduce the impact of incidents, friction to the business and both financial and data loss. By understanding unintentional but risky past decisions of users along with access levels and attack frequency, CISOs can paint a picture of where they are most vulnerable to attack and predict where the next incident will come from. This insight unlocks the capability for security teams to enable proactive security controls and tailor security precisely to each individual, minimizing risk without adding unnecessary business friction. Join our conversation as we discuss new strategies to contend with ransomware, data loss and account takeover in support of a Workforce Zero Trust model.

T.E.N. will follow COVID-19 precautions as recommended by the CDC and/or outlined by the venue. Guests are welcome to wear a mask. T.E.N. will provided a limited supply of masks on site, and hand sanitizer will be available.

ISE® FIRESIDE WEBINAR
Cloud Desktops in the Browser: A Shortcut to Zero Trust

October 12, 2021
2:00pm – 2:45pm ET
11:00am – 11:45am PT
Registration

Moderator:

Marci McCarthy

Marci McCarthy
CEO and President of T.E.N.
CEO and Chairman of ISE® Talent
Biography

Panelists:

Antony Awaida

Antony Awaida
CEO
Apporto
Biography

Security is imperative in today’s high-risk climate, but now there is a new challenge: the threat of the remote worker. Dispersed work environments aren’t going anywhere, and the influx of BYOD means data is traveling back and forth on many networks and devices. Coupled with the complexity of our security environments and the difficulties organizations have with lengthy Zero Trust implementations, these problems need to be urgently solved. What if you could serve a virtual desktop in a browser and no longer had to worry about the endpoint? What if you could close VPN access and no longer have to worry about network intruders? What if you could deliver a great user experience to your users even for demanding applications (video conferencing, Google’s 3D video chat, etc.) in the virtual desktop? Join our conversation where we will discuss how to fast-track supporting the organization’s remote workers and hybrid work plan, avoid complexity when managing secure user access, and deliver on your Zero Trust initiatives.

Attendees of this ISE® Fireside Webinar are eligible to earn 1 CPE credit upon its conclusion.

ISE® PRIVATE DINNER
Why SOCs Fail and What Can Be Done to Improve Cybersecurity

October 12, 2021
5:30pm - 8:30pm ET
Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar
4501 Olde Perimeter Way
Atlanta, GA 30346
Registration
Kevin Morrison

Kevin Morrison
Vice President, IT & CISO
Rollins, Inc.
Biography

Each year, organizations spend billions on their security operations centers, or SOCs, and sustain data breaches despite the investments they’ve made. One study found that during the first three quarters of 2020, the total number of reported data breaches for the year was already approaching 3,000 and 36 billion records had been exposed. These numbers show the failure of SOCs to keep up with the threats that organizations are facing—and this will remain so as long as SOCs continue to be built on the same outdated model. A fresh approach that focuses on outcomes and use cases is needed to make SOCs more cyber resilient. Join our conversation which will offer thoughts on why SOCs so often fail and how we can make them more cyber resilient and more responsive to the threats that organizations face today, especially by using an approach that focuses on outcomes and use cases.

T.E.N. will follow COVID-19 precautions as recommended by the CDC and/or outlined by the venue. Guests are welcome to wear a mask. T.E.N. will provided a limited supply of masks on site, and hand sanitizer will be available.

ISE® PRIVATE DINNER
Zero Trust: Migrating From Conceptual Model to Comprehensive Framework

October 13, 2021
5:30pm - 8:30pm ET
Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar
4322 W Boy Scout Blvd
Tampa, FL 33607
Registration

Most organizations are now engaging in a Zero Trust journey as they prepare for more flexible, hybrid models of working. Protections around identity and devices are necessary and must cover both managed and unmanaged users, assets, resources and workstations. The lack of full visibility into these unagentable and unmanaged areas will prevent you from realizing the extent of your attack surface, leaving you unable to implement effective Zero Trust policies. Join our conversation where we will discuss how to take your Zero Trust roadmap from a conceptual model to a comprehensive framework that protects data; enables the principles of network isolation, segmentation and security; automates and orchestrates controls and processes; and more.

T.E.N. will follow COVID-19 precautions as recommended by the CDC and/or outlined by the venue. Guests are welcome to wear a mask. T.E.N. will provided a limited supply of masks on site, and hand sanitizer will be available.

ISE® FIRESIDE WEBINAR
Gleaning Emotional Insights from Online Behavior: How Financial Institutions Can Build Better Customer Experiences While Reducing Risk

October 21, 2021
2:00pm – 2:45pm ET
11:00am – 11:45am PT
Registration

INDUSTRY FOCUS: Financial Institutions, Insurance, and Brokerage

Moderator:

Marci McCarthy

Marci McCarthy
CEO and President of T.E.N.
CEO and Chairman of ISE® Talent
Biography

Panelists:

Xavier Ashe
SVP, Cybersecurity Operations
Truist

Ayelet Biger-Levin
VP Market Strategy
BioCatch
Biography

Even for online transactions, customer emotions matter and can be indicative of important contextual factors on both sides of any transaction. For instance, mouse-doodling, pauses, typing speed, hesitations, phone-motion and more could indicate stress, inquisitiveness, distraction, aggravation and even propensity for risk. There’s a treasure trove of data in user online behavior which can be analyzed to make one’s digital journey safer and easier. While many financial institutions are now leveraging new technology to help determine fraudulent intent and coercive account activity in real-time, often these same indicators can be used to transparently verify identity and genuine intent. Join our conversation as we discuss how financial institutions can harness behavioral insights to reduce risk, lessen friction, exceed customer expectations, build trust and foster ongoing customer relationships.

Attendees of this ISE® Fireside Webinar are eligible to earn 1 CPE credit upon its conclusion.

ISE® FIRESIDE WEBINAR
A CEO’s Role in Preventing a Cyber Crisis

October 25, 2021
2:00pm – 2:30pm ET
11:00am – 11:30am PT
Registration

Moderator:

Marci McCarthy

Marci McCarthy
CEO and President of T.E.N.
CEO and Chairman of ISE® Talent
Biography

Panelists:

Dawn Cappelli
Vice President, Global Security and Chief Information Security Officer
Rockwell Automation
Biography

Blake Moret

Blake Moret
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Rockwell Automation
Biography

With cyberattacks on the rise, CEOs need to recognize that security risks and dangers don’t just fall on the shoulders of IT departments and specialists. Serious cybersecurity issues impact everyone, including top leadership. A cyber-aware CEO is in a key position to lead a company-wide environment that embraces proactive planning and never-ending vigilance. It’s imperative for CEOs as business leaders and enablers to establish a security-first culture. Join our conversation as we discuss what it means to be a cyber-aware CEO, what actionable steps should be taken to prepare for a breach and how to respond if and when a breach happens.

Attendees of this ISE® Fireside Webinar are eligible to earn one-half (0.5) CPE credit upon its conclusion.

Insecurity in Security: 2021 Metro Atlanta ISSA Annual Conference
How to Reenergize Team-Building in Cybersecurity Teams

November 10, 2021
10:15am - 11:15am ET
The Loudermilk Center
2nd Floor Ampitheatre
40 Courtland St. NE
Atlanta, GA 30303
More Information

Moderator/Speaker:

Marci McCarthy

Marci McCarthy
CEO and President of T.E.N.
CEO and Chairman of ISE® Talent
Biography

Panelists:

Farley_Paul

Paul Farley
Vice President, Deputy CISO
NCR Corporation
Biography

Stacy Hughes

Stacy Hughes
Chief Information Security Officer
Global Payments, Inc.
Biography

Cybersecurity executives and managers look at their security teams holistically, gauging the strengths and weaknesses of individual members as well as the unit as a whole. Specialized teams, such as a SOC team or a threat hunting team, often have and require different skills from the standard security team. Working remotely and hiring new members outside of the traditional work culture and environment have each added challenges in evaluating our security teams. Now that some are returning to the office, security leaders will need to determine the best ways to build, maintain, and retain their teams post-pandemic. We will need to reassess what work/life balance looks like, support diversity and inclusion in our teams, exercise greater emotional intelligence, and reevaluate how and where we hire candidates. Join our conversation as we discuss the tips, technology, and best practices we can use to reenergize team-building in our security teams to bolster them for even greater success in the months ahead.