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Does the Digital Enterprise Require Agile Security?
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James M. Kaplan, Partner and Co-Leader, McKinsey & Company

There’s a consistent theme in enterprise technology over the past year or two–rapid and dramatic change, both in the rise of the “digital enterprise” and the need for IT to react quickly and innovate aggressively to meet...

Establishing an Agile IAM Framework
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Justin Allen, Director Information Security, BBVA in the USA

Identity and Access Management (IAM) is typically thought of as an operational function encompassing the granting, removal, transfer and certification of logical access to technology resources. While not untrue, it certainly isn’t all...

Cloud and Security
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Jeff Jenkins, Vice President, CISO, First Advantage

Every organization, for one reason or another, has or is looking to move IT components to the cloud. In many cases there are significant benefits such as quicker or more standardized implementation of technologies and applications that drive...

Next Generation SIEM: Moving Beyond On- Prem Information and Event Management
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Steve Lodin, Senior Director, Cybersecurity Operations, Sallie Mae

Distributed Data Lakes The foundation for a successful autonomous SIEM, SOC, and Threat Hunting program is the availability of quality logs and sensor-enriched data. Regulatory requirements drive minimum log storage and SIEM ingestion...

Making Micro-purple Testing Work
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Matt Stiak, Director, Cyber Risk and Threat Operations, Delta Dental of California

You’ve invested millions into your cybersecurity incident response capabilities.  How do you know that when under attack you’ll actually be able to find the needle in the haystack that allows you to quickly identify, contain,...

Integrating Drones into the Most Complex Airspace in the World
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Sean S Torpey, Director of Infrastructure and Operations, FAA

Every day, more than 2 million passengers and 50,000 tons of cargo fly on 27,000 commercial flights within 5 million square miles of U.S. airspace. At any given time, roughly 7,000 pilots are airborne in aircrafts of different shapes and...

Enterprise Architecture success in the Digital Era
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Anthony Hill, Executive Director Business & Enterprise Architecture, Kaiser Permanente

Digital Drivers for EA The onset of the digital era in business is driving sweeping change and adaptation in organizations in all sectors. The next 10 years could be the most compressed and change-inducing in the history of business. The...

Banking on Trust: The Role of Security
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Tom Watson, VP IT/Digital, Global CISO, Sealed Air Corporation

Corporate security has often been an afterthought in many industries. Although companies are quick to introduce new software applications, improve network architecture, and adopt cloud for storing data, security aspects of these technologies is...

Enterprise Architecture and Culture: Two Parts of Digital Transformation Success
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Ethan Pack, Director of Enterprise Architecture and Applications, TDECU

“We really need a digital transformation strategy.” A version of that phrase can be heard coming from many boardrooms and executive teams around the world. Digital business is quite the buzzphrase these days and why shouldn’t it...

Consumer Insight, Experimentation and Other Winning Strategies for the Insurance Disruption Game
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Louise Billmeyer, VP & CIO, Principal Financial Group

When you hear the word insurance in a business context, what comes to mind? Complex products? Slowness-to-change? An important, if not enthralling, topic? They’re all fair responses. After all, we’re talking about an industry that...

Eze Software: Optimizing Testing For Outcomes
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James Smith, Senior Managing Director, Eze Software

1.How has your software testing operating model changed during the last five years? Eze Software was formed in 2013, combining Eze OMS, RealTick (now Eze EMS) and Tradar (now Eze Portfolio Accounting). Our development effort has focused on...

Consolidation of GSA IT
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David Shive, CIO, GSA

David Shive, CIO, GSA On July 30 of this year I was honored to be named the Chief Information Officer (CIO) of the United States General Services Administration (GSA). The role of CIO here at GSA comes with a legacy of innovation, early...

Adapting to the Cloud Without Compromising Security
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Michael Bouchet, VP-Global Infrastructure Services, RELX Group

Public cloud means many things to different people. Enterprise usage of cloud today ranges across the spectrum-from no cloud movement at all to outsourcing everything to public cloud providers, and every flavor in between. Some enterprises have...

Adapting to the Cloud Without Compromising Security
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Michael Bouchet, VP-Global Infrastructure Services, RELX Group

Public cloud means many things to different people. Enterprise usage of cloud today ranges across the spectrum-from no cloud movement at all to outsourcing everything to public cloud providers, and every flavor in between. Some enterprises have...