Registration Open for Rock Stars of Risk-Based Security, East Coast

Jan 29, 2016, 18:17 ET from IEEE Computer Society

LOS ALAMITOS, Calif., Jan. 29, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Registration is now open for Rock Stars of Risk-Based Security, April 12 in the Washington metropolitan area, where experts in the field will provide attendees with clear, actionable solutions for real-world cybersecurity threats.

Information security risk management involves multi-faceted approaches including security-aware and self-protective application design with dynamic and static application security testing. Rock Stars of Risk Based Security, hosted by IEEE Computer Society, presents advanced risk assessment and mitigation strategies that can meet the needs of today's data-driven companies.

For a limited time, attendees can take advantage of early registration and save more than 30 percent off full price. Team, member, and student pricing are also available.

To register for Rock Stars of Risk-Based Security, set for April 12th at The National Conference Center, Leesburg, Virginia, visit

The speakers sharing their knowledge and expertise at the Rock Stars of Risk Based Security, East Coast conference include:

  • Sam Phillips, Vice President and General Manager of Security Services and Chief Information Security Officer – Samsung Business Services
  • Scott Borg, Director, Chief Executive Officer, Chief Economist - United States Cyber Consequences Unit
  • Diana Kelley, Executive Security Advisor - IBM
  • Ben Cody, Vice President of Product Management, Data Loss Prevention - Intel Security
  • Jake Kouns, Chief Information Security Officer - Risk-Based Security
  • Sam Curry, Chief Technology & Security Officer - Arbor Networks
  • Josh Sokol, Information Security Program Owner - National Instruments

Attendees will hear the experts discuss the trends, challenges, and solutions with risk-based security, and will learn:

  • the keys to anticipating attacks rather than having fire drills after the fact
  • how to recognize cyber-warfare as a human-to-human conflict that can be met by an effective combination of people, processes, and products
  • whether cyber liability insurance is worth the money
  • how to find affordable, open-source toolsets for building cyber-risk solutions
  • how to find hidden IT risks that can sink your organization if not uncovered

Register today at while early pricing is still in effect to reserve your seat. Follow IEEE Computer Society on Twitter for the latest updates.

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