June 5-6

Westin Gaslamp Quarter Hotel, San Diego

San Diego

Handouts

Presentations, notes and other materials


Monday

The Current State of Cybersecurity and Survey of the Threat Landscape(Randall Romes, CLA)

View from Trace Security (Jerry Beasley, Security Services Manager, Trace Security)

Robert Lipot, California DBO; View from the Trenches: Panel Discussion

Cybersecurity on the World Stage: International Trends (Mike Hepple, Cyber Security Consultant, BAE Systems Applied Intelligence)

Beyond Fraud: Combating Cyber-Enabled Financial Crimes(Mau Castanheiro, Director of Fraud Analytics, Verafin)

Breaches – Incident Response-Forensic and Crisis Communication (Chad Nordstrom – IT/Forensics (CLA); Jon Cohen, Esq., Partner, Joseph & Cohen, PC); Remi Gonzalez, Senior Vice President, Public Communications Inc.)


Tuesday

The View From NCUA (Patrick Truett, Information Systems Officer, Office of E&I, NCUA)

Ethical Hackers Perspective – 10 Things that Make a Hacker's Job Easy (David Anderson, CLA)

Is it Safe? Understanding the Vulnerabilities of the Cloud (Chad Carrington, Golden 1 CU; Pete Sedgwick, BIG, Best Innovation Group Inc.; presentation here)

Lunch & Threat Intelligence(Jeffery Korte, Director, FS-ISAC)

Cyber Risk Rating an Institution (Jim Brahm, Security Compliance Associates Inc.)

Understanding Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities and Protections (Rob Fraser, Senior Corporate P&C Sales Specialist, CUNA Mutual Group)

What’s New in Cybersecurity Litigation and Enforcement? (Patrick Sickels, CU Answers) See also bonus material: What's new in litigation (white paper)

Do You Know Who you are Dealing With: How Authentication Affects Prevention, Detection, and Response (Scott Koller, Partner, BakerHostetler; Eric Scales, Mandiant)