HP to Deliver Keynote Address at RSA 2015 Security Conference

HP executives emphasize the need for an integrated approach in meeting evolving security challenges

Corporate investment in cybersecurity capabilities and infrastructure is on the rise but nonetheless, cyberattacks continue to occur at an alarming rate—and there is no indication that this trend will dissipate anytime soon.

During a keynote address at RSA Conference 2015, Art Gilliland, senior vice president and general manager, HP Security, will discuss how organizations can protect themselves against sophisticated threats—all while driving corporate growth, innovation and return on investment.

Gilliland’s presentation, “Welcome to the New School of Cyber Defense,” urges organizations to look towards solutions that are integrated, agile and intelligent. This approach looks beyond investment in technology and emphasizes the need to protect the interactions between users, applications and data. 

Art Gilliland, senior vice president and general manager, HP Security

Wednesday, April 22, 3:05 p.m. PT

RSA Conference 2015
Moscone Convention Center
Main Stage
San Francisco 

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Additional HP speaking engagements
In addition to Gilliland’s keynote address, several HP security executives will present during the conference on topics ranging from the Internet of Things to advanced analytics:

  • Securing the Internet of Things: Mapping IoT Attack Surface Areas with the OWASP IoT Top 10 Project—Daniel Miessler, principal security architect, HP Security Fortify, will explain how interconnectivity poses new security challenges for the enterprise and consumers alike.
    –   Tuesday, April 21, 4:40 p.m. PT 
    –   Room: West 3004
  • Practical Advice for Embracing RASP:  A New Kind of Defense—Jason Schmitt, vice president and general manager, HP Security Fortify, will join a panel discussion on Runtime Application Self-protection (RASP) capabilities for production applications.
    –   Wednesday, April 22, 11:30 a.m. PT 
    –   Room: North 130
  • Hunting the Undefined Threat: Advanced Analytics & Visualization—Joshua Stevens, enterprise security architect, HP Security, will discuss how corporate “hunt teams” can use big data platforms, analytics and visualization tools to identify threats.
    –   Wednesday, April 22, 11:30 a.m. PT
    –   Room: West 2009
  • The Third Rail: New Stakeholders Tackle Security Threats and Solutions —Ted Ross, director, threat intelligence, HP Security Research, will discuss the intersection of enterprise, government and academic stakeholders in establishing security best practices for corporations.
    –    Thursday, April 23 10:20 a.m. PT
    –    Room: West 3004

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