990 S Broadway, Suite 3000
Denver, Colorado 80209
8:30am Welcome & Presentation
In person attendance is highly encouraged however, a call-in option is available.
Call-in directions: Please dial 866.740.1260; you will be prompted to enter the access code, 5924067.
Security in a Risky World
This two-part session will focus on current Security Risks and the role of the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) in this volatile landscape.
In the modern technology environment the role of the CISO is constantly changing and adapting. With each headline-making data breach CISOs are scrambling to evaluate the state of their organization’s security, while also overseeing IT and security teams’ efforts to stay ahead of and thwart attacks. Now, more than ever before, CISOs must consider overall business risks, crisis communications, internal marketing, metrics, and budgets. Jonathan Trull will focus these shifting roles and how CEOs, advisory boards, and CISOs can pivot to incorporate and seize on this new executive role for a more secure organization.
There is no doubt that technology has transformed and enhanced economies, governments, and personal lives. But there is a darker side to cyberspace. Cybercriminals are finding new ways to exploit weaknesses and develop sophisticated attacks on our technologies. The cost to consumers and society is growing while a lack of international cooperation leaves open windows for technology crimes. Daniel Teyf will address these issues, concentrating on Staying Safe in Cyberspace and protecting private and classified information in an interconnected world. We will look at recent incursions into privacy and systems, show how simple it is to socially engineer someone, and discuss ways to protect you and your organization when connecting to the information highway.
Chief Information SEcurity Officer at Qualys
Jonathan is a Cyber Security Executive and Researcher focused on delivering cost-effective information security for businesses and governments. He is the former Chief Information Security Officer for the State of Colorado. He oversaw information security operations for 17 departments, 26,000 employees, and 150,000 systems. In cooperation with federal and state partners, Jonathan formed the State’s first Cyber Crime Task Force, conducting criminal investigations into computer crimes, developing cyber intelligence, and working with local government and private sector partners to increase cyber resiliency.
Applications & dB Security Architect
Daniel is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional with the Governors Office of Information Technology for the State of Colorado.He has worked with classified systems across federal and state executive agencies where he is currently acting as a Lead Applications and Database Security Architect. Daniel’s broad experience is defined by his demonstrated ability to manage and design for an intrusion-resilient and forensic-ready security landscape through technology, policy and procedure, education, risk, threat and vulnerability management.