Oracle Chief Security Officer Summit - October 2011

Oracle hosted the Chief Security Officers Summit in San Francisco during Oracle’s largest technology event, Oracle OpenWorld 2011. Chief security officers and chief information security officers from a range of industries were in attendance. The agenda focused on reducing security risk, improving compliance, and how security could unlock the potential of cloud, mobile, and social computing. Experts discussed how today’s security risks require a "Security Inside Out" approach to fully protect your enterprise applications and data, whether on-premise or in cloud, social, and mobile environments.

Here are the on-demand replays from the day’s presentations:

Photo of Mark Hurd Security Point of View from the Top

Security Point of View from the Top


Mark Hurd, President, Oracle (bio)
 
Photo of Scott Borg Economic Consequences of Cyber Attacks

Economic Consequences of Cyber Attacks


Scott Borg, Director and Chief Economist (CEO), US Cyber Consequences Unit (bio)
 
Photo of Amit Jasuja What Keeps You Up At Night

What Keeps You Up At Night: Managing the Velocity of Risk with Identity


An Identity Platform for Cloud, Mobile and Social

An Identity Platform for Cloud, Mobile and Social


Amit Jasuja, Vice President, Identity Management Product Development, Oracle (bio)
 
Photo of Vipin Samar How Advanced Do Persistent Threats Have to Be

How Advanced Do Persistent Threats Have to Be


Vipin Samar, Vice President, Database Security Product Development, Oracle (bio)
 
Photo of Gail Coury Securing On-Demand Applications with Context Aware Security

Securing On-Demand Applications with Context Aware Security


Gail Coury, Vice President, Risk Management, Cloud Services, Oracle (bio)
 
Photo of Bently Au Securing a Social Network for Cars

Securing a Social Network for Cars


Bentley AU – Chief Information Security Officer, Toyota Motor Sales USA, Inc. (bio)
Mike Colbus – National Technology Delivery Manager, Toyota Motor Sales USA, Inc. (bio)
 
Photo of Kyle Nelson Securing the National Marrow Donor Program Database

Securing the National Marrow Donor Program Database


Kyle Nelson, IT Director, National Marrow Donor Program (bio)
 
Photo of Mary Ann Davidson Security at Oracle

Security at Oracle


Mary Ann Davidson, Chief Security Officer, Oracle (bio)
Chris Gavin, Vice President, Information Security, Oracle
Roxana Bradescu, Director, Database Security, Oracle
 
Photo of Peter M. Sandman Risk = Hazard + Outrage: A Formula for Effective Risk Communication

Risk = Hazard + Outrage: A Formula for Effective Risk Communication


Dr. Peter M. Sandman – Author, Risk Communication (bio)

See presentations from the Oracle Chief Security Officer Summit held in March 2011.