Digital transformation is well underway and sound security architecture is a critical component. The rate of technology change, and the increasing volumes and sophistication of cyber-attacks, are driving up complexity. Architecture is the key to simplifying the complex.
Join Dan Higham (Voya Financial – Director, Security Architecture), Mark Coderre (OpenSky – National Practice Director and CISO), and like-minded peers at our inaugural CT Security Architecture Forum to discuss approaches to sound security architecture, and why it’s time to look at Identity and Access Management again; because your digital transformation depends on it!
Spoofing identity undermines layers of cyber defense in minutes. Attackers use personal information, made available by numerous past breaches, to undermine common identity approaches. Sound Digital Identity & Access Management re-establishes the organization’s ability to know who it’s dealing with, even in the Cloud.
For more information, please contact John Orofino at firstname.lastname@example.org or on (860) 424-2740
4.30pm-6.00pm (Presentation & Discussion)
6.00pm-8.30pm (Drinks & Dinner)
Wednesday, May 24th 2017
The Hartford Club
46 Prospect Street
Hartford, CT 06103
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Dan is Voya Financial’s Director, Security Architecture where he leads the definition of security architecture for the organization’s significant investment in Cloud computing platforms in support of their digital transformation. Prior to Voya, Dan was a Consulting Director at OpenSky Corp. where he advised Fortune 500 clients on security architecture across security disciplines, industry frameworks, and regulations. He has held other security leadership positions at Ernest & Young, and Citigroup. Dan is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), and obtained his Masters of Science degree in Management of Technology from Fairfield University.
Mark is OpenSky’s National Practice Director and Chief Information Security Officer, and formerly a Chief Security Architect at a Fortune 100 healthcare company. He contributes to numerous industry forums including the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyber Space, the Medical Device Innovation Safety Consortium, and the DHS Cyber Incident Data and Analysis Group. Mark is a Ponemon Institute Fellow with over 25 years’ experience working to help organizations protect themselves in an increasingly digital world.