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® VIP PRIVATE DINNER AT RSA 2022
Staying Secure in a Talent Crisis

June 6, 2022
6:30pm - 9:30pm PT
Fogo de Chao
201 3rd Street #100
San Francisco, CA 94103
Registration

ISE® VIP Host:

Marci McCarthy

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

Jay Kaplan

Jay Kaplan
CEO and Co-Founder
Synack
Biography

The worldwide cyber talent shortage is real and growing. Just in the U.S., the Labor Department estimates 600,000 more openings than qualified professionals. The lack of skilled practitioners is leaving vulnerabilities unpatched and organizations dangerously exposed. But effective and innovative solutions can bridge the talent gap and address both near term and longer term needs. Join Synack, T.E.N. and other leading security executives for an engaging dinner discussion about strategies and solutions for addressing the cyber talent shortage.

T.E.N. will follow COVID-19 precautions as recommended by the CDC, the City of San Francisco 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® VIP PRIVATE DINNER AT RSA 2022
BEC, Your Biggest Cyber Problem: Panel and Dinner Discussion

June 7, 2022
6:30pm - 9:30pm PT
Prospect
300 Spear Street
San Francisco, CA 94105
Registration

ISE® VIP Hosts:

Marci McCarthy

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

Evan Reiser

Evan Reiser
CEO and Co-Founder
Abnormal Security
Biography

Efrene

Efrene "Ren" Sakilayan
Supervisory Special Agent (SSA)
FBI
Biography

Join us for an exclusive event with special guests from the FBI, where we’ll be covering the BIG cyber problem. Business email compromise accounts for nearly $2.4B in losses every year and has grown 28% since 2020. Topics will include:

  • The latest findings from the 2021 FBI IC3 Internet Crime Report
  • Why BEC is so pervasive, and such a challenge to prevent
  • How you can protect your users and your organization from these attacks
  • Despite increased awareness, business email compromise will continue to grow
Join us to hear how you can stop it, and get started with an Abnormal Risk Assessment to see how many of these attacks are already in your inboxes.

T.E.N. will follow COVID-19 precautions as recommended by the CDC, the City of San Francisco 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® VIP LUNCHEON AT RSA 2022
Illuminating Identity Risk Blindspots: Eliminating the Top Vectors for Attacks

June 8, 2022
12:00pm - 2:00pm PT
Fangs
660 Howard Street
San Francisco, CA 94105
Registration

Moderator:

Marci McCarthy

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

Panelists:

Kirsten Davies

Kirsten Davies
Chief Information Security Officer
Unilever
Biography

Dr. Yonesy F. Nunez

Dr. Yonesy F. Núñez
Chief Information Security Officer
Jack Henry & Associates
Biography

Wade Lance

Wade Lance
Field CTO
Illusive
Biography

Ofer Israeli

Ofer Israeli
CEO and Founder
Illusive
Biography

Identity has now become the #1 attack vector with vulnerable identities being present in every organization because of gaps between IT and security systems, as well as legacy identity solutions that are not designed to discover the unknowns tangled in complex Active Directory structures. Shadow Admins, misconfigured identities and unmanaged service accounts only increase the threat vector, enabling attackers to garner privileged access in glaring security blind spots. Join us for an engaging panel discussion on how to gain a complete understanding of current privileged identity risk and why there is an urgent need to identify and protect these accounts. We will also explore how automation can enable easy and continuous clean-up for identified privileged identity risks and policy violations. We also share our insights on how to proactively identify and remove these vulnerable credentials and connections, while preventing attackers from gaining privileged access.

T.E.N. will follow COVID-19 precautions as recommended by the CDC, the City of San Francisco 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® VIP PRIVATE DINNER AT RSA 2022
Securing Modern Enterprises: The Role of PKI and Machine Identities in IAM Strategy

June 8, 2022
6:30pm - 9:30pm PT
Mourad
140 New Montgomery St. #1
San Francisco, CA 94105
Registration

ISE® VIP Hosts:

Marci McCarthy

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

Chris Hickman

Chris Hickman
Chief Security Officer
Keyfactor
Biography

Over the past few years, we have witnessed a huge uptick in the number of internet-connected devices as hybrid and multi-cloud environments are powering the digital economy. But for many organizations, managing public key infrastructure (PKI) and machine identities, such as keys and digital certificates, is messy. While security executives know that cryptography is critical infrastructure, it is an essential factor when securing the shift to cloud, managing IoT devices and maximizing zero-trust strategies. Join us for an engaging discussion on the latest trends in the machine identity and cryptography landscape as well as the current practices in PKI, certificate management and code signing. We will also explore how the strategy around identity and access management (IAM) has changed, why machine identity management is crucial and how these once disparate roles when combined can power and protect our enterprise.

T.E.N. will follow COVID-19 precautions as recommended by the CDC, the City of San Francisco 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.

Additionally, T.E.N. will be providing a Uber/Lyft code that is unique to the event for each reconfirmed executive. This will ensure a safe method of transportation to and from the event for all of our guests.

ISE® PRIVATE DINNER
Why Mobile Security Must Be the Beating Heart of the Post-COVID Enterprise

June 14, 2022
5:30pm - 8:30pm ET
Perry's Steakhouse at Park District
2100 Olive Street
Dallas, TX 75201
Registration

The world during the global pandemic was sustained significantly by mobile connectivity, enabling a huge swath of businesses to remain afloat. From global enterprises powered by knowledge workers accessing corporate data from their personal devices, to small restaurants relying upon menu QR codes, online orders, and contactless payments, mobile connectivity enabled the world to remain connected in a time of necessary isolation. And there is no “putting this rabbit back” into the proverbial hat. Join us for an insightful discussion on how this level of mobile connectivity will remain the expectation for employees, patrons, and enterprises for decades. We'll explore how organizations can and must integrate a well-formulated mobile security strategy into their overall security architecture in order to defend against the increasingly advanced mobile toolsets and skilled malicious actors.

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® COCKTAILS AND CONVERSATIONS
The Next Log4J is in Your Code. How to Know Before the Attackers Do?

June 15, 2022
5:30pm - 6:45pm PT
Registration

WEST REGION: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming

ISE® VIP Hosts:

Marci McCarthy

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

John Pironti

John P. Pironti
President
IP Architects, LLC
Biography

The flood tide of new vulnerabilities continues to rise. According to NIST’s National Vulnerability Database (NVD) the number of new Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures set a new record for the fourth year running. Roughly 20,000 new CVE® Records were reported — at a rate of more than 50 per day. Many of these vulnerabilities are in Open-Source Components, such as Apache Log4J, or in Node.js packages hosted on npm. Not even your best staffed application security (AppSec) teams can keep up. Even if they could fix all vulnerabilities, it would consistently break applications and slow software development to a crawl. Unfortunately, today security organizations waste developer cycles upgrading some of the hundreds of libraries used in software, just to attempt to check the box. But doing this indiscriminately does not move the needle on making your organization more secure.

When the next Log4J hits, it is essential that you quickly know if and how your applications are affected. Additionally, security executives will want to articulate these risks to the board as well as will want to reduce an organization’s exposure with time being of the essence. Join us for this insightful discussion as we will explore how security organizations can prioritize vulnerabilities and determine which threats actually have a higher chance of impacting specific applications. We will also examine a new concept called “attackability” or “attacker reachability” that will help security executives focus on mitigating the greatest areas of risk.

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

ISE® FIRESIDE WEBINAR
Build and Protect for Tomorrow, Now.

June 16, 2022
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

Panelist:

Sean Leach

Sean Leach
Chief Product Architect
Fastly
Biography

Katie Ewers

Katie Ewers
Director, Cybersecurity
McKesson Corporation
Biography

Paul Groisman

Paul Groisman
Sr. Director, Cybersecurity
fuboTV
Biography

The pandemic not only accelerated the move to online — it also heightened the expectations of consumers, who are now shopping, working, watching, and trying to protect their data in an increasingly digital world. This demand for secure, performant, and resilient online experiences has businesses expanding their technological ecosystems — and facing the inherent risks that accompany that shift. To complicate matters further, many traditional security tools aren’t keeping pace with these advances, slowing things down with false positives that render them virtually useless. Join us for an engaging discussion on how to innovate your business performance through advanced web application and API protection (WAAP), APIs, and microservices, wherever they live, from a single unified solution. Additionally, we will dive into the future and discuss what the web will look like when organizations are coming together to combine their strengths and securely open up their development environments to more people.

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

ISE® PRIVATE DINNER
Securing a Modern, Cloud Enabled Workforce

June 22, 2022
5:30pm - 8:30pm ET
Lattanzi
361 W 46th Street
New York, NY 10036
Registration

As a security executive, it is safe to assume you believe in the guiding cybersecurity principle that good is not good enough – and often will seek out innovative ways to do better even during the most stressful times. With an unprecedented transition to Work from Home (WFH) between 2020 and 2021, you were abruptly thrust into to relying on unmanaged personal devices and home networks that lacked security hygiene to provide remote access to your most sensitive data and network resources. This, coupled with the rapid migration of traditional enterprise applications to browser-based SaaS applications over the last several years, lands you where we are today, with your employees now spending most of their workday in a browser to access data and applications, often on unmanaged devices over unsecured networks. The browser has effectively become the new office and is forever changing how, when and where we work. Join us for an engaging dinner discussion on how you can find a balance between data security and productivity. We will also explore how the browser ultimately has extended the enterprise architecture and answer the question, "What if the browser was built for the enterprise?"

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
Staying Ahead of the Curve: How Cybersecurity Executives Can Focus on Preventing Evasive HEAT Attacks

June 23, 2022
5:30pm - 8:30pm ET
Agnus Barn Restaurant & Lakeside Pavilion
9401 Glenwood Avenue
Raleigh, NC 27617
Registration

Just like any business or industry, cybercriminals are continually on the lookout for ways to innovate and remain relevant as trends and market dynamics evolve. The shift to remote and hybrid work and acceleration of cloud adoption has transformed the daily routines for most workers, with most of it revolving around the browser. It only makes sense from an attacker’s perspective to cast a line where the majority of fish are swimming because they can evade detection from traditional security tools. It then comes as no surprise that Highly Evasive Adaptive Threats (HEAT) represent an important evolution in attacker techniques to exploit key gaps in traditional security defenses. Join us for a forward-thinking discussion on how organizations can focus on three key tenets to limit their susceptibility to these types of attacks: shifting from a detection to a proactive mindset, stopping threats before they hit the endpoint, and incorporating advanced anti-phishing and isolation capabilities. We will also explore how HEAT attacks evade existing security defenses where hackers exploit the weaknesses of the existing security stack, are building sophisticated delivery mechanisms to evade detection as well as how to prevent them.

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
Staying Ahead of the Curve: How Cybersecurity Executives Can Focus on Preventing Evasive HEAT Attacks

July 12, 2022
5:30pm - 8:30pm CT
Nick & Sam's
3008 Maple Avenue
Dallas, TX 75201
Registration

Just like any business or industry, cybercriminals are continually on the lookout for ways to innovate and remain relevant as trends and market dynamics evolve. The shift to remote and hybrid work and acceleration of cloud adoption has transformed the daily routines for most workers, with most of it revolving around the browser. It only makes sense from an attacker’s perspective to cast a line where the majority of fish are swimming because they can evade detection from traditional security tools. It then comes as no surprise that Highly Evasive Adaptive Threats (HEAT) represent an important evolution in attacker techniques to exploit key gaps in traditional security defenses. Join us for a forward-thinking discussion on how organizations can focus on three key tenets to limit their susceptibility to these types of attacks: shifting from a detection to a proactive mindset, stopping threats before they hit the endpoint, and incorporating advanced anti-phishing and isolation capabilities. We will also explore how HEAT attacks evade existing security defenses where hackers exploit the weaknesses of the existing security stack, are building sophisticated delivery mechanisms to evade detection as well as how to prevent them.

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® COCKTAILS AND CONVERSATIONS
The Next Log4J is in Your Code. How to Know Before the Attackers Do?

July 20, 2022
5:30pm - 6:45pm ET
Registration

NORTHEAST REGION: Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, Washington DC and West Virginia

ISE® VIP Hosts:

Marci McCarthy

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

The flood tide of new vulnerabilities continues to rise. According to NIST’s National Vulnerability Database (NVD) the number of new Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures set a new record for the fourth year running. Roughly 20,000 new CVE® Records were reported — at a rate of more than 50 per day. Many of these vulnerabilities are in Open-Source Components, such as Apache Log4J, or in Node.js packages hosted on npm. Not even your best staffed application security (AppSec) teams can keep up. Even if they could fix all vulnerabilities, it would consistently break applications and slow software development to a crawl. Unfortunately, today security organizations waste developer cycles upgrading some of the hundreds of libraries used in software, just to attempt to check the box. But doing this indiscriminately does not move the needle on making your organization more secure.

When the next Log4J hits, it is essential that you quickly know if and how your applications are affected. Additionally, security executives will want to articulate these risks to the board as well as will want to reduce an organization’s exposure with time being of the essence. Join us for this insightful discussion as we will explore how security organizations can prioritize vulnerabilities and determine which threats actually have a higher chance of impacting specific applications. We will also examine a new concept called “attackability” or “attacker reachability” that will help security executives focus on mitigating the greatest areas of risk.

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

ISE® PRIVATE DINNER
Staying Ahead of the Curve: How Cybersecurity Executives Can Focus on Preventing Evasive HEAT Attacks

July 28, 2022
5:30pm - 8:30pm CT
Trulucks
5350 Westheimer
Houston, TX 77056
Registration

Just like any business or industry, cybercriminals are continually on the lookout for ways to innovate and remain relevant as trends and market dynamics evolve. The shift to remote and hybrid work and acceleration of cloud adoption has transformed the daily routines for most workers, with most of it revolving around the browser. It only makes sense from an attacker’s perspective to cast a line where the majority of fish are swimming because they can evade detection from traditional security tools. It then comes as no surprise that Highly Evasive Adaptive Threats (HEAT) represent an important evolution in attacker techniques to exploit key gaps in traditional security defenses. Join us for a forward-thinking discussion on how organizations can focus on three key tenets to limit their susceptibility to these types of attacks: shifting from a detection to a proactive mindset, stopping threats before they hit the endpoint, and incorporating advanced anti-phishing and isolation capabilities. We will also explore how HEAT attacks evade existing security defenses where hackers exploit the weaknesses of the existing security stack, are building sophisticated delivery mechanisms to evade detection as well as how to prevent them.

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.