When: Monday, August 31, 2020 - Wednesday, September 2, 2020
Where: Virtual Event
Vulnerability affects the bottom line of the region’s businesses
Cyburgh is virtual!
Presented by the Pittsburgh Technology Council and Trend Micro
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Cyburgh, PA Initiative aims to advance Pittsburgh as an internationally recognized leader in cybersecurity.
Through presentations and idea exchanges, Cyburgh is a forum for cybersecurity professionals to engage with and learn from peers, thought leaders, and solution providers.
Cyburgh is a multi-day event that aims to bring the most important issues in cybersecurity to Pittsburgh and beyond. At Cyburgh, you’ll hear from thought leaders and subject matter experts from Pittsburgh and beyond. Our focus will be on the business and strategic areas that leaders and technical professionals need to know about.
Who Should Attend?
Chief Executive Officers, Chief Operations Officers, Chief Information Officers, Chief Information Security Officers, Chief Privacy Officers, Practitioners, Business Leaders, IT Managers and those who want to learn about the challenges and opportunities within cybersecurity.
This multi-day program is applicable to all audiences: corporations, small business, academic institutions and public sector - especially those interested in learning how to protect your business and mitigate risk.
As vulnerability affects the bottom line of our region’s business, it’s critical to stay on top of the latest threats and trends.
Cyburgh is a learning opportunity for IT and security leaders.
Cyburgh is a forum for the Pittsburgh IT community to network.
Cyburgh connects attendees to partners that may help keep their business secure and protect their customers and bottom line.
Cyburgh brings outside perspectives to the Pittsburgh IT community.
WHEN: Monday, August 31 – Wednesday, September 2, 2020
WHERE: ONLINE via HOPIN
REGISTRATION: Please register here. A link to access the HOPIN event will be sent before the event begins.
Daily Agenda (Subject to change)
Monday, August 31
10:00 AM | Cyburgh Showcase Virtual Trade Show Opens
10:30 AM | Attendee One on One Networking – “Speed Dating” through the Hopin platform.
11:00 – 11:15 AM | Welcome and Introductions: Audrey Russo, President & CEO, Pittsburgh Technology Council & David Roth, VP of Northeast Sales, Trend Micro
11:15 – 12:00 Noon | Panel Discussion: Creating a Cybersecurity Savvy Workplace Culture
12:00 – 12:30 PM | Breakout Session: Building a Mature Security/Compliance Framework for Any Size Organization
12:00 – 12:30 PM | Breakout Session: Security, Fast And Slow
Tuesday, September 1
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM | Cyburgh Showcase Virtual Trade Show Opens
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM | Attendee One on One Networking – “Speed Dating” through the Hopin platform.
11:00 – 11:45 AM | Panel Discussion: Cybersecurity, IoT, and the Cloud
12:00 – 12:30 PM | Breakout Session: Ransomware: Stories from the Frontline
12:00 – 12:30 PM | Breakout Session: The Pains and Joys of Information Security
Wednesday, September 2
10:00 AM | Keynote Speaker: Future of Work and the Next Normal, Gary Sorrentino, Global Deputy CIO, Zoom
10:30 AM | Attendee One on One Networking – “Speed Dating” through the Hopin platform & Cyburgh Showcase Virtual Trade Show
11:00 – 11:45 AM | Panel Discussion: Panel: Plan, Prepare, and Protect: Latest Developments in Cybersecurity
12:00 – 12:30 PM | Breakout Session: Vulnerability Management – Where Should I Spend My Time
Future of Work and the Next Normal
Gary Sorrentino, Global Deputy CIO, Zoom
A former Managing Director for J.P. Morgan Asset & Wealth Management, Gary was the Global Head of Client Cyber Awareness and Education. For over 12 years, Gary was the Chief Technology Officer for J.P. Morgan AWM’s global technology infrastructure initiatives, where he managed its Data Privacy program and was responsible for Infrastructure, Application and End User Technology Production Support. In 2014, he assumed a new role as the lead for their Cybersecurity efforts and developed a firm-wide “Protect the Client” Cyber program designed to raise cybersecurity awareness among employees and clients.
August 31 Panel: Creating a Cybersecurity Savvy Workplace Culture
Organizations may have access to the latest cybersecurity technologies keep their data safe. But technology only plays a role in an organization’s overall cybersecurity strategy. Creating a cyber-savvy culture is just as important. Educating and raising awareness about risk, policies, procedures, and the “why” behind them may help create a more secure work environment. This panel will discuss best practices to empower your entire organization to think like a CISO.
Moderated by Gretel Egan, CSAP, Security Awareness Training Strategist, Proofpoint
September 1 Panel: Cybersecurity, IoT, and the Cloud
In 2019, the number of IoT devices reached 26.6 billion worldwide with no sign of slowing down. New applications solve problems, create conveniences, and improve the way we live our lives through all things consumer, industrial, and even infrastructure. This panel will discuss strategies around securing IoT devices and why this is relevant to our region’s businesses.
Moderated by: AJ Kuftic, Principal Technologist, Expedient
September 2 Panel: Plan, Prepare, and Protect: Latest Developments in Cybersecurity
The field of cybersecurity continuously changes and adapts as new threats emerge. Staying on top of new developments, threats, and technologies can be a challenge for even the most seasoned CISO. This panel will update you on policy, compliance, tools, and strategies that are keeping leading organizations secure and their data private.
Moderatored By: Mike Green, Director of Sales, NET Xperts LLC
Building a Mature Security/Compliance Framework for Any Size Organization
Companies are frequently asked to meet certain frameworks as a condition to gain or retain business. This session will be a discussion and Q/A on how to proceed.
Session Moderator: David Kane, CEO Ethical Intruder
Security, Fast And Slow
Evolving threats require the right technique at the right speed. Learn more about how different speeds can create a powerful security flow.
Moderator – Marc Tabago, Sales Engineer at Trend Micro
Ransomware: Stories from the Frontline
The Pains and Joys of Information Security
A discussion spawned by common problems focused on the solutions that solved them.
Moderated by Tyler Smith, Equity Partner and Founding Member of Dark Rhino Security, Inc.
Vulnerability Management – Where Should I Spend My Time
Only 8% of know vulnerabilities are ever exploited. During this session, we’ll talk about vulnerability management and how cyber pros may focus their efforts while reducing risk.
Session Moderator: Troy Vennon, Director Security Innovation, Covail
COST & REGISTRATION: (Register button at top of page)
Free for PTC member companies.
Want to join the PTC? Unsure of your companies membership status? Contact Ryan Gent at email@example.com
CIO Insights Sponsor:
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- Fortinet Brochure
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- Why Do I Need Managed Services
- Cybersecurity Services Overview
- DFIR Overview
- Penetration Testing Overview
- Ransomware Security Overview
- Trend Micro XDR
- Cloud One Overview
- Cloud One Conformity
- Beyond EDR
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