LOCATION: Qualcomm’s Irwin Jacobs Hall, 5775 Morehouse Dr., San Diego, CA 92121. (pre-registration required)
AGENDA: Private enterprises and governments increasingly see their competitive edge, indeed their very survival, tied to technological advances. The pace is quickening, from quantifiable increases in the processing power of handheld devices and wireless data transfer rates, to rapid innovation across entire fields such as artificial intelligence, industrial automation, autonomous vehicles and more. CYBER2029 will engage the profound acceleration of technology, society and humanity, and how that will influence the cybersecurity challenges of the next decade. More technology, more applications, and more devices equal a larger attack surface. What are the risks to organizations and even to human life? How will business processes be disrupted? Can we reconcile cyber resilience with progress? Join us on March 21 as we address these issues with our world-class speakers:
KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Christopher Piehota, Executive Assistant Director, FBI Science and Technology Branch. The FBI is mobilizing a wide range of advanced scientific techniques and operational technologies to counter terrorism and criminal threats. Employing about 6,200 professionals, the Science and Technology Branch supports the FBI mission by discovering and developing innovative science and technology capabilities that enhance intelligence and investigative activities.
SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKER: James Christiansen, CISO, Teradata
PANEL: Our distinguished panelists include:
Rob Sloan, Cybersecurity Research Director, The Wall Street Journal Pro
Kris Virtue, Head, Global Information Security and Risk Management, Qualcomm
Michael St. Vincent, Chief Information Security Officer, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Stefan Savage, Professor, Computer Science and Engineering, University of California, San Diego
Rahul Kashyap, President and CEO, Awake Security
CYBER2029 is co-hosted by FBI San Diego, the San Diego Law Enforcement Coordination Center and the City of San Diego Office of Homeland Security.
COST: $10 for InfraGard members, $20 for non-members. Free for current law enforcement, fire and active duty military – must register with a valid government email address.
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