Security Above Everything: Empower Business Innovation with Security
Solutions Architect – Security Business Group
As businesses leverage the power of digitization, cybersecurity and trust become ever-more top of mind and mission critical. Applying appropriate technology is but one facet. It’s also key to embed security into the very fabric of one’s strategy and operations, apply proper controls, measure for efficacy, and build trust. Regardless of where you are along the journey to ‘digital,’ the pace of change and increasing complexity we face demand creative new approaches and solutions to keep what we value secure.
Tim Snow will explore today’s global trends and their implications on cybersecurity, share how Cisco is helping to secure today’s IT environment, and provide recommendations on the actions we all must take to strengthen the security of our most critical assets and prepare for the future.
Achieving Cybersecurity Excellence by Applying NIST (U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology) Cybersecurity Framework/
Michael Lin, SEM, Cisco
|We have all heard it in the news… Higher Education institutions, K-12 school districts, government, retailers, financial institutions, service providers, etc, are all targets for hackers and victims of DDOS and ransomware attacks. In today’s dynamic security environment, it’s no longer a matter of “if” an attacker will get in, but “when.” And when compromised, what is the plan to get operations restored as effectively and quickly as possible. Professionals need to evolve their strategy from a point-in-time approach to a continuous model that addresses the full attack continuum- before, during and after an attack. Those that are tasked with security need to understand that having a security strategy/plan is not just solved by applying technology, but also people and process. In this breakout session, you will learn to apply the NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) Cybersecurity Framework to your institution’s security plan. Lastly, this session will show you how Cisco’s threat centric solutions are mapped to the NIST Framework.|
Improving a Partner's Cybersecurity Maturity with Collaboration and Measurement
Information Security Architect, Cisco
|Cisco outsources 100% of its Product Supply Chain to Partners. With this comes inherent risks such as Business Disruptions, Product Taint, Intellectual Property Loss, Customer Data Breaches, etc. Therefore, Cisco and their Partners have a vested interest in improving their cybersecurity maturity. This session will discuss how Cisco IT measures a Partner’s cybersecurity maturity and collaboratively helps them to improve their security posture.|
IoT Security Challenges and Opportunities
Solutions Architect – Security Business Group
Security Overview - How It Works Inside Cisco IT
Distinguished Engineer,, Cisco Information Technology
|How does Cisco secure its own information from over 1.5M attacks per day? We need to secure petabytes of information in the data center, in transit in the network, in mobile user devices, and in the cloud. We need to secure more than the network; we need to secure the mobile devices, the servers, the applications, the information, AND the people. And when we’re attacked we need to know, and respond as quickly as possible. This session is not a detailed drilldown about one Cisco security tool; its about the several dozen Cisco and homegrown and 3rd-party tools, processes and policies that work together inside Cisco to build security and trust for our company.|
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Michael Lin, (CCIE#13785 & CISSP), is currently Systems Engineering Manager on the Public Sector SLED (State, Local, Education) team. In the 7+ years at Cisco, Michael was a Systems Engineer on the Public Sector SLED team, Commercial Select team, and was also a Network Consulting Engineer in Advanced Services for the US Army. Michael is passionate about security and enjoys getting customers to develop a security plan. He is also passionate about customers' IT and security operations, and constantly looking for ways to optimize, automate, and be effective. Michael has hosted many security workshops in the NJ/NY area and speaks Chinese fluently. He is a guest lecturer at Rutgers University in their Information Security classes for undergraduate and graduate levels. Michael has mentored students in past few years on careers in IT and Cybersecurity, as well as mentoring teams that participate in the CyberPatriot program, a STEM program sponsored by the Air Force Association.
Jon Kenney is thought leader in Information Security and Solution Architecture with 19 years of Cisco IT experience. As a Supply Chain IT Information Security Architect, Jon works closely with Cisco's Supply Chain Partners to continuously improve their security posture and protect Cisco's data. Within Cisco, Jon collaborates with fellow IT Architects, Info Sec, and Data Protection & Privacy organizations to deliver security solutions that protect Cisco's most sensitive data.
Mr. Timothy Snow has over 20 years of experience in infrastructure and information security systems design. His goal is to help his customers realize their strategic business goals, leveraging security technology as an enabler.
A 14-year veteran of Cisco, Tim has been providing detailed architectural service consulting to Enterprise, Service Provider and Government customers with a focus on infrastructure security and threat response.
Mr. Snow is a also member of the Cisco’s Technical Advisory Group (TAG) for its security products, vision and strategy. Prior to the current role at Cisco, he has had various roles in software development and TAC.
A distinguished speaker with a passion for technology, Tim is a go to expert for his customers, partners and sales teams.
Tim holds a Masters in Computer Science amongst multiple CCIE’s.
He enjoys creating IoT home automation devices and sensors, retro arcade games and cooking.
Brian Christensen is currently a Sr. Director within the IT organization at Cisco responsible for the Cisco on Cisco program. In this role he is responsible for sharing best practices with our customers on how we leverage Cisco technology to deliver business outcomes. Before this role he lead the IT collaboration team that was responsible to drive a global upgrade in our UC and Video systems to deliver a platform to drive increased productivity and interactions within Cisco. He was also responsible for Cisco’s overall end-to-end network (DC, Campus, Branch) which both enables Cisco to run leading edge technologies along with showcasing Cisco technology.
Brian previously was a Sr. Director of Enterprise Solutions Engineering within our engineering organization. As part of this role his team led the initial DC solutions we built with Cisco partners including Vblock with EMC and VMware and FlexPod with Netapp.
Brian was also part of Cisco IT through 2005 where he was Director of Data Center Systems & Solutions inside Cisco’s IT organization, where he was responsible for managing all global corporate data centers, which support over 1000 applications and are a key enabler in Cisco's internal Internet capabilities. Within this role Brian was responsible for deploying our internal Service Oriented DC architecture, which drove an end-to-end virtualized architecture across our internal data centers.
Brian joined Cisco in 1994 initially leading Cisco’s first ERP deployment. Previously, he held information technology management positions with Wells Fargo Bank and PG&E.
Brian holds a BSEE Degree from University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee and is an avid fan of the Green Bay Packers.