Cybersecurity

As the level of security breaches and cyber attacks rise, so too do the stakes. Increasing layers of complexity in technology continues to redefine what it means to be cyber resilient. In these talks, you’ll understand topics like: what threats are considered greatest to our security, what steps can be taken to tighten exposure while remaining competitive, and how we can manage growing tensions between privacy, safety, transparency and commerce.

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Cris Turner, Head of Office, Americas Government Affairs: Dell


Gigaom Change 2016 -- Cybersecurity Speaker - Cris Turner


 
7 minutes

Byron Reese introduces the history of the making and breaking codes, and the modern age of cybersecurity. Moderator, Cryptography and security advocate, Cris Turner who leads the American Government Affairs Office for Dell.

Mark Hatfield, Partner: Ten Eleven Ventures


Gigaom Change 2016 -- Cybersecurity Speaker - Mark Hatfield


 
15 minutes

“Automation of cybersecurity as a first defense is a huge opportunity.”— Mark Hatfield

John McClurg, Vice President, Ambassador-At-Large: Cylance Inc


Gigaom Change 2016 -- Cybersecurity Speaker - John McClurg


 
15 minutes

The Ambassador-At-Large at Cylance Inc., John McClurg previously served as Chief Security Officer at Dell, speaks on the use of resources, time and effort to meet the complexities of cybersecutiy.

Niloofar Razi Howe, Chief Strategy Officer: RSA


Gigaom Change 2016 -- Cybersecurity Speaker - Niloofar Razi Howe


 
16 minutes

“You can have the best strategy in the world, but at the end of the day the only thing that matters is execution. Execution wins everyday over the most thoughtful, visionary plans.”— Niloofar Razi Howe

Speaker Panel: Cybersecurity


Gigaom Change 2016 -- Cybersecurity Panel


 
45 minutes

Our panel of Cybersecurity experts discusses questions from the audience.