Leaders Circle

Chief Security Officer Summit

Securing the Future and Enabling Growth

Join us to hear from organizations that are securing information more cost-effectively, using security as a business enabler to create growth opportunities

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Risk = Hazard + Outrage

Risk = Hazard + Outrage
Peter Sandman

With security spending at an all-time high, the Chief Security Officer (CSO) role is changing dramatically. CSOs are no longer only responsible for reducing risk and information security; they are partners in enabling and transforming the business to embrace new business models.

The CSO Summit at the Leaders Circle @ OpenWorld 2013 will share the latest security innovations and best practices for securing information and applications.

Summit Highlights include:

  • Enabling new business opportunities
  • New security product innovations and updates

Who Should Attend:

  • CSOs
  • Chief Information Security Officers

When: Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Time: 8:30 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Where: Fairmont San Francisco, Fountain Room


Agenda

Tuesday, September 24

8:30 a.m.–8:45 a.m.

Welcome

Dave Profozich, Group Vice President, Security, Oracle

8:45 a.m.–9:05 a.m.

Securing the Business Transformation

Amit Jasuja, Senior Vice President, Identity Management and Security, Oracle

9:05 a.m.–9:50 a.m.

Scaling Identity and Access for the Provider Economy

Peter Boyle, Head of Identity Services, British Telecom

9:50 a.m.–10:30 a.m.

Panel Discussion: How Oracle Adapts to New Security Trends

Mary Ann Davidson, Chief Security Officer, Oracle

Chris Gavin, Vice President, Information Security, Oracle

Eric Maurice, Senior Director, Software Assurance, Oracle

10:30 a.m.–10:45 a.m.

Break

10:45 a.m.–11:05 a.m.

Innovations in Database Security

Vipin Samar, Vice President, Database Security, Oracle

11:05 a.m.–11:50 a.m.

Panel Discussion: Best Practices for Securing Data

Roxana Bradescu, Director, Database Security, Oracle

Anil Akduygu, Security Specialist, Yapi Kredi Bank

Ramdas Kenjale, Senior Director, Database Infrastructure, TransUnion Interactive

Michelle Malcher, Architect, Database Engineering, President IOUG

Marty Montreuil, Database Architect, Constellation Brands

11:50 a.m.–12:00 p.m.

Closing Remarks

Dave Profozich, Group Vice President, Security, Oracle

12:00 p.m.–1:00 p.m.

Networking Luncheon (all Leaders Circle attendees)

Speakers

CSO Speaker Amit Jasuja
Amit Jasuja

Senior Vice President, Identity Management and Security, Oracle

CSO Speaker Vipin Samar
Vipin Samar

Vice President, Database Security, Oracle

CSO Speaker Ramdas Kenjale
Ramdas Kenjale

Senior Director, Database Infrastructure, TransUnion Interactive

CSO Speaker Roxana Bradescu
Roxana Bradescu

Director, Database Security, Oracle

CSO Speaker Mary Ann Davidson
Mary Ann Davidson

Chief Security Officer, Oracle

CSO Speaker Eric Maurice
Eric Maurice

Senior Director, Software Assurance, Oracle

CSO Speaker Chris Gavin
Chris Gavin

Vice President, Information Security, Oracle


Sessions

Enabling the Interaction, Securing the Experience

With the most recent release of Oracle’s Identity Management platform, identity management has become more integrated and innovative. The next frontier of identity management will be in the cloud on mobile devices and across social media channels. Across all vertical industries, identity management is enabling dramatic business transformation.

Amit Jasuja shares how companies can utilize identity management to enable new business opportunities.


Innovations in Database Security

With the increasing amount of sensitive data stored in databases in the cloud and on premise, databases have come under attack from both outsiders and insiders. What is needed is an inside-out security strategy that addresses both preventive and detective controls. With Oracle Database 12c, Oracle has redefined database security through innovations in discovery, redaction, privilege analysis, and database firewall. In this session, Vipin Samar will discuss how to secure your most valuable assets without performance compromises or application modifications.


Panel Discussion: Best Practices for Securing Data

When Transunion needed to secure data without costly application modifications, they utilized Oracle Database Security to secure the information at the source. Oracle’s Roxana Bradescu and Transunion’s Ramdas Kenjale discuss best practices for database security.


Panel Discussion: How Oracle Adapts to New Security Trends

Public security breaches tend to make for sensational headlines, but more interesting to security professionals are security trends and practices that emerge in the aftermath of the newspaper articles. In this presentation, a panel of Oracle security leaders will discuss such issues and trends in security practices and global regulations. The panel discussion will include how the software industry is responding to security threats, particularly “zero-day” disclosures and vulnerabilities in commonly used protocols; security in the cloud(s); advanced persistent threats; global supply chain security challenges; legal implications of cyber incidents; evolution in forensic and incident responses practices; and emerging regulatory and quasi-regulatory requirements.