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November 18, 2013
Computer History Museum, Mountain View, CA
Join us in a conversation with a diverse panel of privacy experts and industry journalists at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View on what’s trending in mobile security and privacy.
Keynote/Moderator: Michelle Dennedy, Founder of The iDennedy Project AND Vice President and Chief Privacy Officer, McAfee
Kashmir Hill, Senior Online Editor, Forbes Magazine
Jarad Carleton, Principal Consultant, ICT, Frost & Sullivan
Sameer Bhalotra, COO, Impermium
Magnolia Mansourkia Mobley, General Counsel/Chief Privacy Officer, Carrier IQ
November 18, 2013
48 Minna Street, San Francisco, CA
Speaker: Mark Risher, Impermium CEO
Sponsors: Impermium, SF New Tech, Ripple, Nimble, Sumo Logic, Hummer-Winblad, Corel, Echo, SaaSmax, Paymentwall
November 5, 2013
Stanford University, Stanford, CA
Panel description: Governments’ national security interests drive them to maximize their access to information. On the other hand, private interests are increasingly demanding transparency into the process used to manage government information collection. It is challenging enough for any one country to manage this tension, but recent revelations have magnified and extended the tension across borders. This panel convenes private and public views on how these tensions can be managed.
Moderator: Larry Kramer, President, The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
Sameer Bhalotra, Chief Operating Officer, Impermium; Former Senior Director for Cybersecurity, The White House
Beatrice Covassi, Digital Agenda and ICT Counselor, EU Delegation to the United States
Abraham D. Sofaer, George P. Shultz Senior Fellow in Foreign Policy and National Security Affairs, Hoover Institution, Stanford University
Bill Woodcock, Executive Director, Packet Clearing House
October 31, 2013
LinkedIn, Mountain View, CA
Panel Moderator: Sameer Bhalotra, COO
Michelle Dennedy, McAfee, Chief Privacy Officer
Joe Sullivan, Facebook, Chief Security Officer
Ping Li, Accel, General Partner
October 17, 2013
San Jose Convention Center, San Jose, CA
Panel: The Impact of Cybersecurity and Information Sharing Across Vertical Markets
This session will explore the constantly changing world of cybersecurity, including best practices and an outlook on standards and policies ranging from information sharing to privacy. Most importantly, the panelists will explore the necessary ingredients in any industry for information security. The discussion will include potential risks, and identify useful actions attendees can take to deal with system security and the potential for breaches. The panel will discuss:
Steve Zalewski, Enterprise Security Architect, PG&E
Michael Wilson, VP and CISO, McKesson
Dr. Sameer Bhalotra, COO, Impermium
September 8 - 11, 2013
Fairmont Hotel, San Jose, CA
Frost & Sullivan's global community of Growth, Innovation and Leadership is focused on engaging, sharing, and inspiring a continuous flow of new ideas and fresh perspectives leveraging innovation as a resource to address global challenges.
February 25 - March 1, 2013
San Francisco, CA
Join Impermium CEO Mark Risher on Thursday, February 28, 2013 at 8:00am as he moderates: The Loophole: Federal Crimes Not Being Addressed
A new breed of cyber criminal is experiencing an unprecedented heyday, spreading illicit content across the social web. Every day, perpetrators use social media to bully and spread hate speech, distribute child pornography, and commit election fraud. As state and federal legislators, regulators, and technologists struggle to keep up, questions around liability, censorship, and prevention abound.
February 26 - 28, 2013
Santa Clara Convention Center | Santa Clara, CA
Join Impermium CTO Vish Ramarao on Wednesday, February 27, 2013, at 4:50pm (Ballroom AB) for his presentation: What To Do When Your Machine Learning Gets Attacked
With rising participation and changes in the ways people communicate, comes increased risk and challenge. Spam and security problems have become significantly more complicated with the emergence of unguarded social media channels, easy-to-operate botnets, and cheap labor. This session will discuss how to apply machine learning to create an effective, long-term solution to solving the issue of online abuse and security.
February 25, 2013
San Francisco, CA
AGC is the preeminent Information Security Investor Conference, hosting over 1,400 attendees and 145+ senior executives from leading public and private information security companies globally.