HP to Deliver Keynote Address at RSA 2013 Security Conference
Cybercriminals are increasingly banding together, organizing more sophisticated attacks that are more predatory in nature. Cybercrooks’ rapid adoption of new technologies and efficacy in information sharing has trumped traditional static enterprise defenses. In order for organizations to stay protected, they must learn from their adversaries.
During a keynote address at RSA Conference 2013, Art Gilliland, senior vice president and general manager, Enterprise Security Products, HP, will discuss how lessons learned from cybercriminals can be applied to boost an organization’s overall security strategy.
Gilliland’s presentation, “Criminal Education: Lessons from the Criminals and Their Methods,” will examine the means and motivations driving cybercriminal behavior and how improvements such as benchmarking can persuade criminals to look elsewhere for targets while helping security professionals develop stronger defenses.
Art Gilliland, senior vice president and general manager, Enterprise Security Products, HP
Thursday, Feb. 28, 3:05 p.m. PT
RSA Conference 2013
Moscone Convention Center
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Other HP speaking engagements and demos
In addition to Gilliland’s keynote address, several HP security executives will present during the conference, on topics ranging from mobile security to the economics of cybercrime:
- Innovation Sandbox—Mobile Security—Jacob West, chief technology officer, Enterprise Security Products, HP, will discuss the five big questions every enterprise should answer to ensure secure mobile development.
– Monday, Feb. 25, 3:30 p.m. PT
– Moscone Room 134
Repeats as a speaking session: Who, What, Where and How: Five Big Questions in Mobile Security
– Thursday, Feb. 28, 8 a.m. PT
– Track: ASEC-R31
– Room 132
Repeats as a studio session: Who, What, Where and How: Five Big Questions in Mobile Security
– Thursday, Feb. 28, 1 p.m. PT
– Room 300
- The Real Economics of Cybercrime—John Pirc, director, Enterprise Security Products, HP, will explain the economics of the underworld of hacking and why people devote hours to develop malware around the world.
– Wednesday, Feb. 27, 10:40 a.m. PT
– Room 123
- Can You Trust Your Mobile Applications?—Ryan English, director, Fortify on Demand, Enterprise Security Products, HP, will discuss application security and what companies should be doing to ensure their traditional, cloud and mobile applications are not hacked.
– Wednesday, Feb. 27, 11:20 a.m. PT
– Room 123
- How the Constitution Protects Your Cell Phone and Laptop Encryption Key—Abraham Kang, principal security researcher, Enterprise Security Products, HP, will provide an analysis of cases around the Fourth and Fifth Amendments that give attendees insight into privacy rights in the digital age.
– Friday, March 1, 10:20 a.m. PT
– Track: LAW-F21
– Room 302
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