Cloud computing has made the move from new concept to technology that your mother uses. We now are entrusting so many different types of data to the cloud from financial statements and credit card numbers to our music collection and private emails. Yet how secure is the cloud and how much control do we have over the data that we entrust to it? If that data is stolen, will we know and what can we do? Who has jurisdictional authority over the data we store and under what circumstances can it be given away? This panel will try to answer these questions and more as we explore the impact of the cloud and what it means for personal identity and security.
VP of Prod Strategy, CSID
Eric Youngstrom is Vice President of Product and Strategy at CSID and has more than 15 years experience leading product, strategy, marketing, and sales efforts for software and hardware companies. Eric joined CSID at its founding in 2006 and leads the creation and execution of CSID’s go-to-market strategies. Eric is a leader in the identity management industry and is a frequent speaker at industry events and conferences. He is a leading contributor in expanding identity management and protection solutions globally. Prior to CSID, Eric worked with Motive, Deloitte Consulting and Dell. He has an MBA from the University of Texas and a B.A. in Economics from Trinity University.
Principal, Security Executive Council
Francis D’Addario leads the Security Executive Council’s Security 2020™ and Next Generation Leadership initiatives. Previously, his cross-functional teams developed proven practices at Starbucks Coffee, Hardees Food Systems, Jerrico Inc. The Southland Corporation (DBA 7-Eleven) and Crime Prevention Associates. He is a co-developer of RED, an enterprise risk event reporting and analytics tool.
D’Addario is an accomplished all-hazards risk mitigation practitioner and strategy leader. His influence and vision are credited with measured results for anomaly detection, asset recovery, business continuity, compliance, cost avoidance, crime prevention, information protection, investigations, operational auditing, policy governance, profit contribution, supply chain quality assurance and team engagement. His executive committee experience includes Audit, Compliance, Governance and Information Security.
D’Addario’ cross-functional team protection and profit improvement methodologies have been featured by America’s Most Wanted, Christian Science Monitor, CNN, CSO, ISO Focus, New York Times, Security Management, and The Wall Street Journal. Audited risk reduction and profit improvement results include 50 – 90 percent category casualty improvements and cost avoidance with estimated annual net contribution up to $26 Million (USD) after security cost. Francis has also served in volunteer leadership positions with ASIS, McGruff House, and The West Seattle Food Bank throughout his career. Professional recognitions include Security’s “Most Influential, CSO’s “Compass”, The National Food Service Security Council’s “Lifetime Achievement awards and Jerrico Inc’s “Manager of the Year”. Team Citation honors: Operations’ “Most Valuable Distributed Support Service” and “Super Spirit of Starbucks” for business continuity leadership following Seattle’s Nisqually Earthquake and global headquarters evacuation/relocation. Francis publications include: Not a Moment to Lose...Influencing Global Security One Community at a Time https://www.securityexecutivecou...
Chief Security Architect, Rackspace
Oren Hamami is the chief security architect for Rackspace Hosting, one of the world's leading cloud service providers. In this role, he leads a team responsible for driving the short- and long-term technical strategy for protecting customer and company data, as well as ensuring that security is built in to the Rackspace Cloud from the ground-up. He also participates in the OpenStack open-source cloud computing platform as a member of the Nova Security Improvements Team and supports Rackspace and community security contributions to the project. Prior to joining Rackspace, Oren served as chief information security officer for the New York City public school system, the largest in the nation. Education was one of the earliest large-scale adopters of cloud technology, and in this role he gained a unique perspective on cloud security as both a large-enterprise customer and an organization responsible for securing the information of over a million children in the cloud. Previously Oren had worked in the technology consulting practices at IBM and Arthur Andersen, and he hold a bachelor's degree from the University of Maryland, College Park.
Dir, UT Center For Identity
Dr.Suzanne Barber is the AT&T Endowed Professor in Engineering and Director of the Center for Identity at The University of Texas at Austin. The Center for Identity engages multi-‐disciplines and multiple corporate and government sectors to deliver research and
education for advanced identity protection,security,management,and response combating identity theft, fraud and abuse. Dr.Barber has published over 300 refereed technical papers documenting innovations in information assurance,cyber-‐trust,cyber-‐security, identity management, intelligent agent-‐based systems, and software
engineering. Dr. Barber has invented and commercialized core
technologies that provide unprecedented levels
of visibility, knowledge discovery, and trusted
collaborations to all participating identities
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