Leslie K. Lambert to Participant on Industry Luminaries Panel Looking at Impact of Edward Snowden Data Leaks
Leslie K. Lambert, Chief Security and Strategy Officer, Gurucul. Leslie has over 30 years of experience in information security, IT risk and compliance, incident management and mitigation. She was previously CISO for Juniper Networks and Sun Microsystems. Leslie has received CSO Magazine’s Compass Award for security leadership and was named one of Computerworld’s Premier 100 IT Leaders.
Moderator: Jim Reavis, Founder and CEO Cloud Security Alliance.
Simon Crosby, Co-founder and CTO, Bromium
Michelle Dennedy, Chief Privacy Officer, McAfee
Tim McCreight, Former CISO, Government of Alberta
David Fraser, Partner, McInnes Coop
|WHAT:||This panel of industry leaders will explore the impact of the Edward Snowden data leaks on the Internet and whether one of the most high profile whistle blower incidents in history has actually ignited innovation in the IT security sector. Leslie K. Lambert will discuss the unique challenges of detecting and preventing insider data breaches. She we will also share her views on advances in identity and analytics technologies that offer new opportunities to protect data from malicious insiders and attackers that hijack user identities via phishing and social engineering.|
|WHERE:||Van Horne Ballroom, The Fairmont Banff Springs, Alberta|
|WHEN:||March 12, 2015 from 9:30 am – 10:15 am|
Gurucul is changing the way enterprises protect themselves against threats inside their IT infrastructures from employees, third-party providers and external intruders. The company’s user behavior analytics technology uses machine learning and predictive anomaly detection algorithms to anticipate, identify and prevent breaches. Gurucul technology is used globally by organizations to detect insider fraud, IP theft, external attacks and more. Gurucul is based in Los Angeles. To learn more, visit us at www.gurucul.com and follow Gurucul on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter (@Gurucul).
External Link: Gurucul CSO to Discuss Insider Threat Detection Challenges at INTERZONE Conference