Breaking News

Tweet TWEET

Los Angeles County CISO Robert Pittman to Keynote Trusted Computing Group RSA Conference USA 2013 Seminar

  Los Angeles County CISO Robert Pittman to Keynote Trusted Computing Group
  RSA Conference USA 2013 Seminar

   Panel Sessions to Include Industry Analysts and Users in Commercial and
                            Government Enterprises

RSA Conference 2013

Business Wire

PORTLAND, Ore. -- January 25, 2013

Los Angeles County Chief Information Security Officer Robert Pittman will
address attendees at the RSA Conference USA 2013 on “The Top 10 Priorities in
IT Security for the County of Los Angeles and the Importance of Industry
Standards.” He will headline the Trusted Computing Group (TCG) seminar,
Trusted Computing: Billions of Secure Endpoints in 10 Years,  Monday, February
25, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Pittman has more than 30 years of experience in information technology and
security, and was awarded CSO of the Year by Info Security Products Guide 2012
Global Excellence Awards. He has written for the Information Security
Management Handbook series, and participates in industry advisory boards and
committees.

Panels to Address APTs, Network Security, Data Protection

Pittman will be followed by a series of panel sessions. Charles Kolodgy, IDC,
will lead discussion on APTs and recent NIST recommendations on security. He
will be joined by Frank Molsberry, technologist, office of the CTO at Dell;
Stacy Cannady, CISSP and senior systems security specialist, DMI; Sunil
Gottumukkala, principal lead program manager in the Windows Security and
Identity team at Microsoft; and Robert Thibadeau, senior vice president and
chief scientist, Wave Systems.

Phil Schacter, Gartner, will lead a panel on network security with Paul
Roberts, founder, Security Ledger; Phyllis Lee, NSA; Steve Venema, associate
technical fellow at The Boeing Company; and Dave Waltermire, SCAP architect,
NIST.

A third panel led by Eric Ogren, Ogren Associates, will talk about protecting
content from unauthorized access with NSA’s Jon Rolf; Dr. Michael Willett,
Storage Security Strategist, Samsung; Hussein Syed, director IT security,
Barnabas Health; and Clain Anderson, director, Lenovo.

Attendees can see new Trusted Computing demonstrations from a range of TCG
members during session breaks. The session is free to those registered for an
RSA Conference or Expo pass. More info here.

TCG Members to Talk Security Automation in RSA Conference Session

On February 28, 2012, 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m., Stephen Hanna, Distinguished
Engineer, Juniper Networks, TCG TNC Co-chair; and David Waltermire, Security
Automation Architect, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
will co-present “Upgrade to a Machine Gun - Automate Your Defenses Technology
Infrastructure (TECH-R35).” The session will demonstrate how to use the latest
open standards and architectures to build an automated defense system.

The Trusted Computing Group (TCG) is a not-for-profit organization that
develops, defines and promotes open, vendor-neutral, global industry standards
based on a hardware root of trust, for interoperable trusted computing
platforms. Billions of endpoints use TCG standards to ensure system integrity,
protect networks and secure data.For more information, see
www.trustedcomputinggroup.org and on Twitter and LinkedIn.

Brands and trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

Tweet this: LA County CISO to headline #RSA2013 @TrustedComputin session 2/25.
http://bit.ly/10PHESD

Contact:

PR Works, Inc.
Anne Price, 602-840-6495
anne@prworksonline.com