CISO Roundtables - The purpose of these programs is to provide high level peer to peer
opportunities for tech executives to advance cyber commercial business
in the region. CISO Roundtables will feature key regional commercial cyber leaders and will be open to technology and sponsor companies only.
Jeff Huegel will be the featured CISO for the October meeting. Jeff has served in security, privacy, and risk management roles for over 20 years. He has created and led security operations, policy, engineering, consulting, risk assessments and projects teams. Jeff has served with the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) and with IT-ISAC (Information Sharing and Advisory Council), working with peer companies to identify and mitigate threats to the critical IT infrastructure. Jeff is co-founder of Maryland and Delaware Infragard.
Jeff is currently the Executive Director of Cyber Security for Cloud Solutions in the AT&T Business Marketing Product Management organization where his team develops and supports security solutions, strategy and product management that serve business areas including Application Services, Hosting, and Cloud Services for AT&T Customers around the world.
Previously, Jeff held the position of Sr. VP and Chief Security Officer at USinternetworking (USi). In addition, Jeff has been CISO of PG&E's National Energy Group, Program Manager at BBN and NSA, responsible for network engineering at Citicorp, Systems Engineering at ARINC, and Radar engineering at United Technologies. Jeff holds BS and MS degrees in Engineering. He is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), a Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) and is certified in risk and information systems control (CRISC).
The Agenda follows:
8:30 - 9:00am Coffee & Networking
9:00 - 9:30am CISO Presentation - "What keeps you up at night?" followed by Q&A
9:30 - 9:50am Discussion among attendees
9:50am - 10:00am Regional Cyber News Updates & Closing Announcements
is a secure facility so attendees must be United States citizens and
present a valid US Driver's license or passport in order to gain access to the
Commercial Cyber Forum - CISO Roundtable Meetings are limited to CRTC Technology Member companies and paid event sponsors. Registrations will be confirmed following approval.
CRTC Forum meetings are FREE for Members registered in advance.