SPS Session: The Evolution of Enterprise Security in a Digital World
David Goeckeler, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Cisco Security Business Group
Tuesday, June 14, 10:30–11:15 a.m. | Potomac C
Enterprise security is changing dramatically with the rise of digitization. Starting at the top with the CEO and board members, executive leaders are questioning how new digital trends will affect their business, all while well-organized attacker groups are doing the same. As the attack surface continues to expand, point products alone are not enough to protect critical data and assets. Enterprise security must evolve to protect from the network to the mobile user and the cloud: wherever employees work and data resides. This session will explore an architectural approach to security in a digital world and some tangible steps businesses can implement to improve their security posture today and moving forward.
David Goeckeler is the SVP and GM of Cisco Security, where he leads the company’s most strategic growth business. He is responsible for global security strategy and market acceleration, including development operations for the company’s expansive security portfolio and strategic acquisitions.
Goeckeler is known as a transformational leader with proven security expertise and deep technical knowledge. His vision is to create a more secure network that brings together identity, policy, data, and security. Since joining Cisco, he has been instrumental in defining Cisco’s threat-centric security architecture, building industry-leading security innovation and integrating security capabilities into the company’s broader networking portfolio.
Theater: Illuminate Your Network with Security Analytics
Andrew Wild, IT Architect, Cisco (former CISO, Lancope)
Tuesday, June 14, 1:20–1:45 p.m. | Solution Showcase Theater A
Security has finally moved from the IT department into the boardroom. However, companies large and small continue to get breached. It’s not enough to just detect attacks anymore. Organizations need tools and workflows that enable more rapid and effective threat identification and response. The collection and analysis of network telemetry can provide critical visibility inside the network to improve cybersecurity defenses. Learn how to use network telemetry and illuminate your network with Cisco Stealthwatch.
Andrew Wild is an information security and risk management executive with more than 25 years of experience in information security and network engineering. He has a broad base of both management and hands-on experience designing, operating, and securing networks involving the use of leading edge technologies in data networking and information security.
Andrew holds a master’s degree in electrical engineering from the George Washington University and a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.
CISO Boardroom Sessions
Secure Your Digital Transformation
Ashley Arbuckle, Vice President of Security Services, Cisco
Group 1: Monday, June 13, 5–5:30 p.m. | Chesapeake C
Digital transformation enables unprecedented opportunity to increase business agility, innovation, and growth. Cybersecurity is essential to a digital transformation strategy and becomes even more critical as consumer-driven and people-driven connected technology drive innovation. Companies lacking the proper cybersecurity practices will experience slower adoption of digital capabilities, resulting in smaller realization of their potential digital benefits. In this session, we will outline critical steps to securing your organization’s digital transformation.
Ashley Arbuckle, Vice President of Cisco Security Services, is responsible for the oversight and global delivery of the Cisco portfolio of Advisory, Integration, and Managed Services, one of the most comprehensive security services practices in the world. Having held several leadership roles spanning security consulting, enterprise security operations, and strategic planning, Arbuckle brings extensive experience, a broad perspective, and a pragmatic approach to helping Cisco’s clients solve their most complex security challenges.
Arbuckle holds a bachelor of business administration (BBA) degree in management information systems and a BBA degree in accounting. He also holds several security certifications, including CISSP and CISSM, and is a CPA.
Take It to the Cloud: The Evolution of Security Architecture
Dana Wolf, Head of Products, OpenDNS
Group 3: Tuesday, June 14, 9:30–10 a.m. | Chesapeake A
Group 4: Wednesday, June 15, 9:30–10 a.m. | Chesapeake 3
As companies evolve their IT stack, traditional security approaches and architectures need to be reconsidered. This session will review some of the new risks introduced by SaaS/IaaS adoption and show how to mitigate these risks using new approaches to security architecture. Presenters will also review the transition of security architecture itself to the cloud.
Dana Wolf is Head of Products at OpenDNS (now a part of Cisco). Passionate about building great teams and superior products about which customers rave, she has been instrumental to the growth and success of OpenDNS. She oversees the roadmap, feature definition, and design for the SaaS Security Products (Umbrella and Investigate).
Wolf holds an MBA degree from Northeastern University and bachelor’s degrees in mathematics, computer science, and theatre from Lawrence University. Prior to OpenDNS, she held engineering and product leadership roles with Rapid7 and RSA Security.
Reality Check: Improving Security Effectiveness with Advanced Threat Protection
Jason Lamar, Senior Director, Product Management, Cisco Security
Group 5: Tuesday, June 14, 3:30–4 p.m. | Chesapeake 2
Security professionals are tasked with safeguarding their infrastructure and intellectual property from an onslaught of targeted, sophisticated attacks launched by organized and well-funded adversaries. Effectively protecting your company against these attacks requires an integrated, automated, and open solution that can rapidly detect and remediate threats. This session will explore an architectural approach to advanced threat protection that stops threats more quickly and simplifies security.
As senior director of product management for Cisco Security, Jason Lamar is responsible for leading the Network Security (NGFW/NGIPS), Advanced Threat, and Network Security Management product lines. Lamar joined Cisco through the acquisition of Sourcefire, where he led product management for the next-generation network security product lines and played a primary role in the company’s expansion to a multiproduct portfolio. Prior to joining Sourcefire, Lamar held product management, professional services, and channel sales roles at McAfee, PGP Security, Rivien Communications, and Digex. He holds a bachelor of science degree in education from The Citadel.
Cisco booth 201 will feature these live demonstrations:
This session covers network threat protection across the entire attack continuum: integrated visibility of your network before an attack, advanced threat protection during an attack, and scoping and remediation after an attack.
Increase your resiliency against attack, block known threats, and reduce the time to discovery and time to containment for advanced threats that have penetrated your defenses with Cisco Stealthwatch.
Identity Services Engine
The Cisco Identity Services Engine is the market-leading security policy management platform that simplifies the delivery of secure access control across wired and wireless multivendor networks. With intelligent sensor and profiling capabilities, it can reach deep into the network to deliver visibility into who and what are accessing your networks.
Advanced Malware Protection
Protect your organization from cyberattacks. Cisco Advanced Malware Protection provides the threat intelligence and advanced analytics, point-in-time malware blocking, and continuous visibility and control to not only prevent breaches, but also quickly detect, contain, and remediate threats before damage can be done.
Secure Your Digital Innovation
In the new digital economy, security is the foundation for agility, innovation, and growth. Security Services for Digital Transformation help you protect and transform your organization. Learn how to build a security strategy that anticipates and responds to new threats, reduces complexity and fragmentation, and adapts to changing business models.
OpenDNS Booth 210
Visit OpenDNS, now part of Cisco, in booth 210 to learn the benefits of utilizing OpenDNS Umbrella with Cisco AMP for endpoints to prevent and contain ransomware. For more information, check out “Waste Less Time Fighting Ransomware Attacks.”