Borderless Cyber USA Presentations

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DAY ONE  |  Wednesday, 21 June 2017

Welcome Remarks from OASIS and Conference Chair

  • Eric Burger, Conference Chair and Research Professor of Computer Science, Georgetown University
  • Gershon Janssen, Chairman, OASIS Board of Directors

Keynote: A Random Walk Through Cyber Security

  • Ed Amoroso, Former CSO of AT&T and Chief Executive Officer, TAG Cyber LLC

Effective Threat Intelligence Program Insights

  • Allan Thomson, Chief Technology Officer, LookingGlass Cyber Solutions Inc.

From Brown Envelopes to Advanced Persistent Threats

  • Andy Chandler, Senior Vice President, Panaseer
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Defense at Machine Speed

  • Duncan Sparrell, Chief Cyber Curmudgeon, sFractal Consulting LLC

A Threat Intelligence Sharing Reality-Check: How Standards Interfaces (such as STIX and TAXII) Can Reduce Costs and Time

  • Yurie Ito, Nonresident Senior Fellow, Atlantic Council's Cyber Statecraft Initiative and Founder and Executive Director, The CyberGreen Institute (moderator)
  • Dan Katz, Solutions Engineer, Anomali
  • Michael Fowler, Vice President, DFLabs
  • Ryusuke Masuoka, Research Principal, Cyber Security Focus, Fujitsu System Integration Laboratories
  • Mark Davidson, Director of Engineering, Soltra, NC4

The Legality of the International Business-to-Business Sharing of IP Addresses as Cyber Threat Intelligence

  • Clare Sullivan, Professor at the Law Center, and a Fellow at the Center on National Security and the Law, Georgetown University

Whose DSN is it Anway?

  • Paul Vixie, CEO, Farsight Security, Inc.

Advice from CISOs: Views from Chief Defenders of Enterprise

  • Richard Struse, Chief Strategist for Cyber Threat Intelligence, The MITRE Corporation (moderator)
  • Jaya Baloo, Chief Information Security Officer, KPN Telecom
  • Jim Routh, Chief Security Officer, Aetna
DAY TWO  |  Thursday, 22 June 2017

Daily Remarks from the Conference Chair

  • Eric Burger, Conference Chair and Research Professor of Computer Science, Georgetown University
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Keynote: From the Front Lines of the War on Cyberattacks: Banks React by Streamlining Budgets and Technology Efforts

  • Rich Baich, Chief Information Security Officer, Wells Fargo
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Weighing the Risks and Benefits of Blockchains: Managing Expectations With New Technologies

  • Angus Champion De Crespigny, Americas Blockchain Leader, Financial Services, Ernst & Young

Putting a Dollar Value on Data Breaches

  • Peter Allor, Senior Cyber Security Strategist, IBM

Cost of a Cyber Incident

  • Olga Livingston, Senior Economist, NPPD, U.S. Department of Homeland Security
  • Matthew Shabat, Strategist and Performance Manager, U.S. Department of Homeland Security

Incident Response, Forensics, and Vulnerability Management - Lessons Learned Using Modern Techniques

  • Omar Santos, Principal Engineer, Cisco

CISO as a Service for UN Partners

  • Tima Soni, Head, Information Security Services, Client and Projects Division, United Nations, International Computing Centre

An Overview of the President's Executive Order and NIST's Role in the Evolution of Cybersecurity

  • Tim McBride, Associate Director National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE), National Institute of Standards and Technology

Cyber Threat Collaborations and Alliances to Improve Global Defenses Against Cyber Adversaries

  • Fred Hintermister, Manager, Electricity ISAC, North American Electric Reliability Corporation (moderator)
  • David Primor, Head of the Technology Division, Israeli National Cyber Security Authority
  • David Willems, Head of Monitoring and Response, National Cyber Security Center
  • Ko Ikai, Counsellor, National center of Incident readiness and Strategy for Cybersecurity (NISC)
  • Marco Obiso, Cybersecurity Coordinator, International Telecommunication Union (ITU)

Closing Keynote: The Need for Coordinated Cyber Defense

  • Neal Ziring, Technical Director of Capabilities Directorate, National Security Agency