CISO Broadcom Corporation
Geoff Aranoff serves as Broadcom Corporation’s CISO. He is responsible for Broadcom’s enterprise security strategy including monitoring and control systems and risk management for intellectual property protection.
Aranoff leads an organization responsible for adopting and enforcing policies for internal and external risk management, IT security including network, application, endpoint, and storage security, and electronic discovery. He is also responsible for forensics for ongoing security investigations. Aranoff has been Broadcom’s CISO for more than seven years during which time has also served as Broadcom’s chief privacy officer. In this role he led the organization through a comprehensive Safe Harbor Certification program to ensure adherence to EU privacy directives. He joined Broadcom in 1999 from the entertainment industry where he worked for Warner Brothers and Disney in Windows based standards and support.
Aranoff launched his career after serving for six years in the United States Marine Corp reserve.
Director, Cyber Intelligence Analytical Division, Office of Intelligence and Analysis U.S. Department of Homeland Security
YuLin Bingle leads the Department of Homeland Security's all-source analytic effort against cyber threats to the department and its components including federal, state, local, territorial, tribal entities, and private sector owners and operators of critical infrastructure and key resources. She teams with department and whole-of-community partners to improve critical infrastructure cyber security and increase resilience to cyber threats. She previously served as the Defense Intelligence Agency's chief for cyber threat analysis, leading all-source intelligence analysis to warn of adversary cyber capabilities and intentions against national security and defense interests, and support U.S. policy and operations. Bingle's distinguished military career included several command leadership assignments and deployments culminating in Iraq where she served as the deputy of strategic communications and as the strategic effects strategist and planner to the Commanding General, Multi-National Force-Iraq.
SVP & CISO Live Nation, Inc.
Jonathan Chow is the senior vice president and CISO for Live Nation Entertainment, the world’s leading live entertainment and eCommerce company. He is responsible for the implementation and monitoring of the enterprise-wide information security strategy and information security program for Live Nation Entertainment and its subsidiaries worldwide.
Prior to his current role, Chow was the CISO for NBCUniversal, responsible for risk identification & mitigation, vulnerability remediation, security-based incident response, regulatory and compliance activity, e-Discovery and forensic data collection across all of NBC Universal’s various business units worldwide.
In 2012, Chow was announced as the ISE West People’s Choice award winner, exemplifying information security leadership as voted on by industry peers by the T.E.N. Executive Leadership Program. In 2011, he was awarded recognition as a 2011 Premier 100 IT Leader for his technology leadership by Computerworld magazine.
Director, Product Management MobileIron
As senior director for product management at MobileIron, Sean Convery is responsible for product strategy and execution across MobileIron’s core product portfolio. Enterprises are transitioning to mobility throughout their organizations and Convery is guiding MobileIron’s product direction in order to support this shift. During Convery's tenure, MobileIron has grown dramatically and introduced several key innovations into the market in the area of mobile application and content management.
MobileIron is now recognized by IDC as the fastest growing mobile enterprise management vendor in the world and has been chosen by over 4,000 organizations to secure and manage their mobile apps, documents, and devices. MobileIron has been in the Leaders’ Quadrant of the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Mobile Device Management each of the last two years.
Prior to MobileIron, Convery served in a variety of product management and architecture roles during his more than ten years at Cisco. An early pioneer in network security, he has made numerous contributions to the security industry. He is the creator of the SAFE blueprint, author of multiple patents, speaker at numerous industry conferences, and author of "Network Security Architectures," the first book to take a systematic approach to network security, and now used as a college-level security textbook.
Director, Information Security & Risk Management Qualcomm Incorporated
Josh Davis joined Qualcomm in 1996 and has served as head of the global information security and risk management organization since 2000. Davis and team are responsible for overall management, leadership, and accountability of information technology risks including security, governance, architecture, incident response, threat management, investigation, ediscovery technology, strategic data protection and related compliance objectives across all of the company's diverse business operations on six continents. Davis also contributes to related areas such as product security, physical security, and secure government solutions. Prior to his current role, Davis led Qualcomm's engineering IT systems group responsible for managing high-performance, high-availability solutions for software, hardware and systems engineering development.
Davis is a founding member of the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA), and has contributed to several recent publications including CSA’s “Security Guidance for Critical Areas of Focus in Cloud Computing” and ISACA’s “Cloud Computing: Business Benefits With Security, Governance and Assurance Perspectives.”
Davis holds a M.S. in information security andassurance from Carnegie Mellon University.
CISO Mattel, Inc.
Todd Friedman is a versatile leader with more than twenty years experience in information security and IT management. He currently leads global information security for Mattel, the worldwide leader in the design, manufacture and marketing of toys and family products.
Friedman has spent more than twenty years in IT, previously in the insurance and entertainment industries, where he led numerous functions, including infrastructure planning and management, systems integration, PMO, project management, governance, compliance, and for the past decade, information security. Prior to joining Mattel in 2012, Friedman was SVP and CISO of Universal Music Group, the world largest music company.
A native of Los Angeles, he holds an MBA degree from UCLA and a B.A. degree from UCSD in history, with minors in psychology and biology. Friedman has the following certifications: CISSP, CISM, CRISC and CIPP.
SVP, CISO OneWest Bank
Andy Kim is a SVP and CISO for OneWest Bank. He is responsible for all aspects of the information security, business continuity, and technology recovery for the largest bank headquartered in Southern California with assets in excess of $25B. Previously, Kim has held Information security and IT risk management roles at Citigroup, Credit Suisse, Zurich Financial Services, and Merrill Lynch. He currently holds the CISA, CISM, and CGEIT certification from ISACA as well as the CISSP with concentrations in application security and management from ISC(2).
Director, Leader, Privacy and Identity Theft Practice PwC
Jim Koenig leads PwC’s Privacy and Identity Theft practice and is security co-leader of the firm’s health information technology practice. He is a recognized authority on security and privacy issues impacting telecomm, media, internet, healthcare, financial services and direct marketing. Koenig provides global privacy and security strategy, compliance and training services that balance business goals with respect for consumer security and privacy. He has provided security and privacy services to companies in many industries, including technology, healthcare, financial services, retail and manufacturing. Koenig served as lead subject matter specialist designing compliance and business solutions on recent high-profile FTC and OCR enforcements involving social media, mobile and healthcare companies.
Previously, he served as an expert to the FTC in several landmark cases, and has held marketing, management and legal positions. He is an inventor or co-inventor on six patent applications relating to security and privacy-enhancing technologies.
Koenig is a Certified Information Privacy Professional. He holds a finance degree from MIT and a J.D. from the University of Miami School of Law.
CIO & CISO Stephen S. Wise Temple & Schools
David Lam, CISSP, CPP, has been involved in information security since 1991. As a chief information and security officer, Lam brings a converged view of IT, information security and physical security to his day—to—day work. With 22 years of experience in IT disciplines, Lam has also achieved ITIL Foundations, CNE, MCSE, CCNA, CCDA and Network+ certifications. With experience in both nonprofit and corporate arenas, Lam works to build the information security community through the Los Angeles ISSA
Managing Director & Founder, Apri Technology Partners Former CIO, Ingram Micro, Inc., Federal Mogul Corporation, & FIAT S.p. A.
Mario Leone is the founder of a new firm, APRI TECHNOLOGY PARTNERS that takes its team’s long history and experience in many diverse industries to offer comprehensive assessments and valuations of in place and new information technology architectures, solutions and services.
Previoulsy, over a career that has spanned more than 32 years at Fortune 500 firms, he has served as EVP and CIO of Ingram Micro Inc. Before joining Ingram Micro, he served as SVP and CIO at Federal-Mogul Corporation. He served on the company's strategy board and led a global team of information professionals, directing information strategy, shared services and integration activities to support company operations in 35 countries as the Company emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy and returned to the NASDQ..
He earned his transformational CIO status while at corporate FIAT, based in Turin, Italy and its industrial business unit IVECO, a leading European industrial vehicle company serving as SVP and CIO for this international firm. While there, he developed and implemented a global corporate IT strategy that helped the company return to profitability and increase sales in all major business units.
Leone earned his bachelor’s degree in chemistry and biology from Boston University and later a MBA with a concentration in finance from Babson College. He continues his close alliance and work with University programs where he serves on the Science and Technology Advisory Board for Chapman University.
CSO County of Orange, California
Tony Lucich is the CISO for the County of Orange, CA . He is responsible for the County’s overall information security program including but not limited to: countywide security policy, standards, incident response, regulatory compliance, and overall technology architecture. He participates on several of the County governance bodies providing both strategic and tactical direction. He works closely with all county agencies in balancing their business needs with the secure use of modern technologies. He has developed programs for virtualization, business continuity, mobility, identity and access management, and governance risk and compliance. He has more than 30 years of experience in hi-tech and security environments including the Federal Aviation Administration and Hughes Aircraft Company. He has advanced degrees in electronics and computer science and holds both PMP and CRISC professional certifications.
Marc Maiffret leads BeyondTrust’s Advanced Research labs, responsible for identifying new trends in enterprise security for the benefit of the BeyondTrust product roadmap. Maiffret joined BeyondTrust via the acquisition of eEye Digital Security, which he co-founded in 1998 and served as chief technology officer. He is an industry visionary having created one of the first vulnerability management and also web application firewall products which have been deployed worldwide and won numerous product awards. He is also a security research pioneer, credited with discovering some of the first major vulnerability discoveries in Microsoft software and leading one of the world’s most renowned security research teams. This has led to him accepting three separate invitations to testify before the United States Congress on matters of national cybersecurity and critical infrastructure protection. He famously discovered the first Microsoft computer worm, “CodeRed” and was named one of People Magazine’s 30 People Under 30.
VP, Chief Information Security Officer Meggitt PLC
Martin Mazor is a global leader in information security with more than 20 years of experience leading and developing successful information security programs. He is currently the vice president and CISO for Meggitt. Previously he was the global CISO for Ingram Micro where he led all aspects of information security including security operations, application and SAP security programs, architecture, administration and IT Compliance. He also led IT disaster recovery for the organization. Prior to Ingram Micro, Mazor was the global head of information security for the Fluor Corporation.Prior to Fluor, Mazor led information security service implementations for managed security services including government and private sector implementations for security operations centers and technology deployments globally.
Director, Regional Partnerships, Office of Cybersecurity and Communications U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Deron McElroy is director of regional partnerships for the DHS Office of Cybersecurity and Communications (CS&C) and serves as the DHS Cyber Security Advisor for California, Nevada, Arizona, Hawaii and the Pacific Territories. He is focused on building partnerships to enhance our Nation's cyber resilience. Previously, he served as senior strategist for CS&C, leading the creation and development of the Nation’s cyber incident response policy and playing a key role in the stand‐up of the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center.
Prior to joining DHS, McElroy worked as staff director for the House Committee on Homeland Security Subcommittee on Intelligence, as a senior professional staff member focused on cybersecurity and counterterrorism, and as a legislative aide to several members of Congress.
Lamont Orange is the chief information security officer for Websense, Inc. In this role, Orange is responsible for developing, maintaining and socializing the company’s internal security program. He also serves as a trusted security resource for Websense customers worldwide.
Orange has more than 15 years of experience in the information security industry. For more than 10 years, Orange was vice president of enterprise security for Charter Communications. During his tenure, he was responsible for safeguarding enterprise information, computing assets, intellectual property and customer privacy, while providing data retention and compliance oversight.
VP & CISO Lender Processing Services, Inc.
Ed Pagett is an accomplished leader and has more than 18 years of experience in information security and risk management. He currently leads the information security and risk management program for Lender Processing Services, Inc. where he deﬁnes and executes the strategy for information security and risk management, business continuity and vendor risk management. Pagett also holds multiple distinguished industry certiﬁcations including the Certiﬁed Information Systems Auditor, Certiﬁed Information Security Manager and Certiﬁed Information Systems Security Professional.
Author Mapping Security
Tom Patterson is the author of Mapping Security, and has spent three decades in the security world, first trained by the intelligence community, then working with industry as a security executive for IBM, Deloitte, and Dell, as well as two successful entrepreneurial starts/exits. Currently serving as CSC's GM of global cybersecurity consulting, along the way he has worked on security for the launch of a space shuttle and a nuclear aircraft carrier, twice been a CSO, led security for the first secure web products, as well as global charity telethons for the UN and United Way. Patterson is a regular advisor to the White House, FBI, Secret Service, and ODNI, and is a frequent contributor to media including CNN, Fox News and CNBC. Today, Patterson is focused on the protection of critical infrastructure around the world, with his day job at CSC and assisting the Government, as well as a new edutainment TV action/drama series he co-created and is in pilot in Hollywood.
Director, Regional Information Security Officer St. Joseph Health System
Experienced IT professional with more than 20 years’ experience and a varied background in information security management, IT service management and project management. Schlotfelt has been a practicing CISSP since 2003 and has been in roles as director of security or security operations for the past 10 years. He is currently a director and regional security officer for Texas and New Mexico for St. Joseph Health Systems
Director, Global IT Security Management Technicolor
Marty Simmons started working in the IT security realm in 1983 when he was serving in the Air Force as a cryptologist and Chinese translator. Later he worked at the NSA collecting and analyzing intelligence. Simmons has since worked to improve IT processes and security in industries including aviation, finance, wholesale and entertainment. He has two patents and has received numerous awards for assisting law enforcement in the capture of criminals and terrorists using digital means.
President Yarbrough Law Group
Matthew Yarbrough is an internationally recognized expert, trial lawyer, and pioneer in the area of cyber law. He has 20 years providing legal expertise and lecturing in the areas of electronic evidence, cyber crimes, and intellectual property both as an assistant U.S. attorney (ASUA) and in private practice.
As an AUSA with the Department of Justice, Yarbrough served as head of the cyber crimes task force. He prosecuted the first data intercept or wire-tap of a hacking in U.S. history known as the “Phonemasters” case. He was also lead prosecutor in the U.S. v. Tejas case, one oft he largest-ever theft-of-trade-secrets cases brought under the Economic Espionage Act. The DOJ, FBI,and Department of Homeland Security have all recognized Yarbrough as an outstanding prosecutor.
He has appeared on such programs as Nightline, 20/20, and CNN.He has spoken on behalf of such companies as IBM,Cisco, and Dell concerning corporate compliance, eGovernance,and business litigation. Yarbrough has been an adjunct professor at SMU’s School of Law, teaching computer litigation and trial advocacy. He has authored more than a dozen articles including “Suing the Insecure in Cyberspace.”