Protecting Confidential Information for Small Businesses
Wednesday, August 26th at 11am PDT | 2pm EDT
Cybersecurity has shifted to the forefront of conversations for small businesses. Traditional security is rooted in on-premise and firewall solutions, however, with the recent shift to remote work a new way of approaching cybersecurity is required. Protecting employees and sensitive information now requires the use of the cloud. Our speakers will be discussing how small businesses need to move away from an ad hoc environment towards a roadmap strategy, and how to leverage the cloud to do this.
Chief Technology Officer at Barracuda
Fleming joined Barracuda in 2004 as the founding engineer for the company’s web security product offerings, helping to create the first version of Barracuda’s message archiving product and paving the way for expansion into new content security product areas. As Chief Technology Officer, Fleming leads the company’s threat research and innovation engineering teams in building future technology platforms to deliver continued success in our security and data protection products. He has more than 20 patents granted or pending in network and content security. Previously: ehit, Velosel, Ebrary Fun Fact: First computer was a Commodore VIC-20.
VP Cybersecurity Strategy at Okta
Marc Rogers is the VP of Cybersecurity Strategy at Okta. With a career that spans more than twenty years, he has been hacking since the 80’s and is now a white-hat hacker renowned for hacking things like Apple's TouchID and the Tesla Model S. Prior to Okta, Mr. Rogers served as the Head of Security for Cloudflare and spent a decade managing security for the UK operator, Vodafone. He's been a CISO in South Korea and has also co-founded a disruptive Bay Area startup. In his role as technical advisor on “Mr. Robot,” he helped create hacks for the show. He's also an organizer and the Head of Security for the world’s largest hacking conference: DEF CON. Most recently Mr Rogers helped found the CTI League, a multi national cybersecurity initiative combining industry professionals, government agencies and law enforcement from 80 different countries.
Executive Director of Bace Cybersecurity Institute
Diana joined Bace Cybersecurity Institute to help honor and continue the legacy of security leadership and visionary work that Becky Bace directly inspired. Diana has been in cybersecurity for over 20 years, focusing on cutting edge research in both consulting areas (like penetration testing and security architecture design) as well as product research, resulting in multiple patents and commercial software packages. Those research efforts have been focused on both specialized problems including work for the government, as well as universal issues, like eliminating passwords and making security easier to use, that impact everyone. As executive director of BCI, Diana is the chief volunteer helping bring together our amazing members, experts, and volunteers to make the Internet safer for everyone.
CTO at Bace Cybersecurity Institute
Mark Cummings Ph.D. has been lucky enough to be involved in every technical revolution in the last 45 years – both the successes and the failures. His goal for the next ten years is to help navigate through these challenging times - helping people avoid past mistakes and achieve the full promise of our rapidly evolving technology/business/social landscape. He is currently involved in a number of projects including Orchestral Networks, where he is the inventor of the patented technology behind the company’s products, and Bace Cybersecurity Institute where he is a Founding Member and Chief Technology Officer. Mark holds a Ph.D. in Information Systems from Tohoku Imperial University in Japan, an MBA in Communications Management from Wharton, and a BA, in Broadcast Communications Arts from San Francisco State University. Mark is based in Silicon Valley.