The Security Standard Executive Track 2014
2014 Security Standard Presenters

Stan Black

Citrix Systems, Inc. 

Stan Black, CISSP is CSO of Citrix Systems, Inc. and is responsible for oversight of the company’s global security program infrastructure, products, and services. Prior to Citrix, Stan was Vice President and Chief Security Officer for Nuance Communications, Inc. Stan led Nuance’s Global Security & Business Protection Programs and had functional and operational responsibility for information and cyber security, business risk, crisis management, and corporate protection operations worldwide. His responsibilities encompassed a growing number of SaaS based business units including Mobility, Healthcare, and Enterprise Automation, all with over sixty acquisitions in six years. Before Nuance, he rose to several challenges at EMC2 and RSA establishing global organizations from the ground up including: Electronic Discovery/Investigations/Litigation Support (EDILS), Customer Security Management Office, and Security Solutions. Stan’s years with various companies and with his own firm, have provided him the opportunity to consult and deliver durable security and risk solution to global 1000’s, countries, and public agencies around the world.

Bob Bragdon
CSO magazine

As the publisher of CSO (Chief Security Officer) magazine, the world's leading information resources for security executives, Bragdon manages the full CSO product line, including, CSO magazine and CSO events. He works closely with industry vendors, enterprise security executives, government officials and law enforcement agencies in identifying and addressing the challenges of today's complex security and risk management environments. A frequent speaker and panel moderator on enterprise and national security issues, Bragdon has presented and keynoted at numerous industry events.

Prior to his current role at CSO magazine, he served as Vice President of Event Marketing and Sales for COMDEX at Key3Media Events. Bragdon has also held various management positions in marketing, sales and product development at SOFTBANK, Ziff-Davis and Cahners Publishing. He is a member of the ASIS International and a graduate of Bowdoin College with a BA in Government and International Relations.

Jeff Berkin

Jeffrey Berkin is a Senior Vice President and the Chief Security Officer of CACI International, where he designed, implemented, and expanded a comprehensive security program supporting the global business operations of a $4B information technology and professional services company with 15,000 employees focused on the defense, intelligence and national security sectors.   His responsibilities include information systems security, cyber security, physical security, counterintelligence, and all other security focus areas which protect corporate personnel, information, and facilities distributed across 120 worldwide locations

A former Deputy Assistant Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Mr. Berkin is a Certified FBI Intelligence Officer, is the first recipient of the FBI Security Distinguished Service Medal, and is a former FBI SWAT sniper.  As a member of the Senior Executive Service, he managed all facets of internal security and police services for the FBI's 30,000 employees and 700 locations worldwide, including information systems security, personnel screening and security, physical security, and oversight of the FBI Police, a 300-person uniformed police agency.

Joseph V. DeMarco
DeVore & DeMarco LLP

Joseph V. DeMarco is a partner at DeVore & DeMarco LLP where he specializes in counseling clients on complex issues involving information privacy and security, theft of intellectual property, computer intrusions, on-line fraud, and the lawful use of new technology. His years of experience in private practice and in government handling the most difficult cybercrime investigations handled by the United States Attorney's Office have made him one of the nation's leading experts on Internet crime and the law relating to emerging technologies.

Jamil Farshchi
Time Warner

Named one of the top 10 most influential Chief Information Security Officers (@Sys-Con), Jamil has successfully protected some of the world’s most sensitive information assets (#NuclearWeapons @LANL), the economy’s most critical systems and networks (#VisaNet @VISA), and humanity’s most innovative and complex technologies and programs (#Shuttle #Hubble, #Rovers @NASA).

As CISO (@TimeWarner) Jamil is charged with the unique challenge of securing and enabling some of the most engaging, valuable and widely consumed content globally (#WarnerBros #HBO #Turner). He is also actively working to help shape, develop and support the next generation of security leaders (@CSO), security businesses (@Prevoty @E8Security) and security regulations (#NSTIC #PCI). Jamil has a BBA from the University of Oklahoma, a MS from the Wharton School/GSE and a PLD from Harvard Business School.

Art Gilliland
SVP, HP Software Enterprise Security Products

Art is a 15-year veteran of the enterprise security industry. He joined HP from Symantec where he served as a senior vice president of the Information Security Group. While at Symantec, he held various leadership positions responsible for security solutions product engineering and management as well as strategy, planning, field enablement, industry relations, and operations.

As part of the original IMlogic team, Art helped grow the company into an industry leader until it was acquired by Symantec. He also held key management, marketing and sales roles at Exchange Solutions, Inc., a partner loyalty program software provider, and was a senior consultant at Gemini Consulting, which specialized in innovation and technology strategies.

Art earned a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Carleton College and a Master’s of Business Administration from the Harvard Business School. Recognized as an information security expert, he also holds several key patents in security and is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP).

Brian Hanson
Senior Director, Product Security, Global Cyber Security

Brian currently leads the Product Security team for Global Cyber Security at Hewlett Packard. His primary responsibility is to develop preproduction security capability and partner with the business to enable products and services to be in the best security posture as possible prior to customer delivery.

Brian is a career security professional with over 20 years of experience working in multiple industries to include healthcare, property and casualty insurance and technology. Through his career, he has built and led teams to successful implementation of the complete security stack while building confidence with business partners by focusing on the business risk and effectively managed mitigation, funding and remediation. While experienced in the complete vertical of security, Brian has concentrated his efforts in recent years in product security by proactively partnering with business and “building security in”. By focusing in this area, he hopes to provide security assurance to the products and services which will support sales, instills confidence to our customers, and protect the organizations brand, image and assets.
Brian holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a Mathematics and Computer Science Minor from San Jose State University. In addition, he is an active member and speaker with many security organizations to include SANS, ISC2, and OWASP. He currently resides in Clayton, CA.

Deen Kaplan
Hogan Lovells

Deen Kaplan, a Director of the firm's international trade and investment group, represents businesses, associations and governments in a wide range of international trade and investment, cybersecurity and policy-related matters. In his cybersecurity practice, Deen has assisted clients in effectively addressing a range of international incidents and security-related matters. These include managing overall incident responses, threat detection and mitigation strategies, cyber-risk legal planning, determining and managing notification obligations, and long-term secure data strategies. Deen has managed incident responses involving multiple countries, including legal and technical coordination across several continents. Deen has worked closely with corporate general counsel, dedicated internal IT staff, outside security consultants and law enforcement authorities in North America, Europe and Asia.

Jack O'Meara
Vice President, Chief Information Security Officer

Mr. O’Meara is the Leidos Chief Information Security Officer and has more than twenty five years’ experience providing a vast range of professional security services and successful team leadership for government and commercial clients. He is responsible for providing day-to-day operational direction for all aspects of information security, compliance and risk in Leidos Information Technology (IT) Services and the leadership and coordination of Leidos IT security staff and activities.  These responsibilities and accompanying authority include strategic and tactical planning, execution, and operating management for coordinated security services and other duties as prescribed by the Leidos CIO. He is responsible for activities such as: providing direction and implementation support for the Leidos IT security strategy; updating and implementing the Leidos Information Systems Security Protection policy, SG-3, across Leidos line organizations; implement enhanced security and standards for core business systems; conduct security risk assessments; oversee multiple security self-assessments to evaluate the processes, procedures and tools used to review, assess and test information system controls and security across multiple business systems at the operating system, database and application layers.

Mark Rasch
Rasch Technology and Cyberlaw

Mark Rasch served as Chief Privacy Officer at Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) in McLean, Virginia where he managed the risks and business impacts of privacy laws and policies. In this role, Mark was responsible for assuring that the technologies used by SAIC sustain privacy protection.

He brings over 25 years of experience in the information security field, having served for nine years as the head of the United States Department of Justice Computer Crime Unit, and having prosecuted key cases involving computer crime, hacking, computer fraud and computer viruses.

Al Raymond
Head of U.S. Privacy & Social Media Compliance
TD Bank

Al Raymond is Head of U.S. Privacy & Social Media Compliance at TD Bank. In this role, Al is responsible for all aspects of privacy risk management for the U.S. privacy program including the assessment of overall program effectiveness, as well as oversight of the organization's regulatory compliance when using social media and other electronic communications.

Al's additional responsibilities include support of TD Bank’s internal and external social media strategy and initiatives through risk-based compliance advice, expertise, education, and monitoring.

Al has more than 15 years of experience in the industry most recently as VP of Privacy and Records Management with ARAMARK Corporation. Prior to this he served as Chief Privacy Officer for PHH Corporation.

Ted Ross  
Director, Field Intelligence
HP Security Research

Mr. Ross is an industry veteran of twenty six years in the network and security industries.  Mr. Ross is currently a Director at HP Security Research where he is responsible for the Field Intelligence team - a team of senior security researchers that focus on threat context.  Prior to his current role at HP, he led the Office of Advanced Technology and led the global TippingPoint System Engineer team where he helped grow TippingPoint from the ground up prior to the acquisition by 3Com and later HP.  Prior to TippingPoint, he worked as a Strategic Engineer for Extreme Networks with a focus on service provider technologies.  Before Extreme Networks, Mr. Ross was a Strategy Architect for Wal-Mart and Director of Network Engineering for West Corp.  Mr. Ross started his career in the US Air Force.

Jason Taule 
Chief Security Officer / Chief Privacy Officer 
FEi Systems 

Jason Taule is a 25+ year veteran of the information assurance industry who has worked in both the intelligence community and commercial sectors first consulting to Federal agencies and then serving as inside CSO/CPO both within the Government and at large systems integrators/defense contractors like CSC and General Dynamics.  He helped create the US-CERT, authored the Maryland Data Privacy Law, led a multi-million dollar global cyber security practice for a large international consulting firm, and for the last 15 years has been a luminary in the US Health IT space supporting various OpDivs in DHHS.  Jason Taule is currently the Chief Security and Privacy Officer for FEi Systems, a leading Heath IT company specializing in behavioral and mental health data solutions for federal and state governments.

Douglas Thomas 
Director, Counterintelligence Operations and Investigations
Lockheed Martin Corporation

Douglas D. (Doug) Thomas is the Director, Counterintelligence Operations and Investigations for Lockheed Martin Corporation.  In this capacity, he leads a staff that is responsible for providing advice and guidance relative to investigations, counterintelligence and counterterrorism matters impacting the Corporation.  He is also the primary face to the Intelligence Community.  His primary roles are to identify intelligence and terrorism threats to Lockheed Martin Corporation, work with internal and external partners to mitigate those threats, and provide oversight over security-related investigations across the enterprise. 

Prior to joining Lockheed Martin, Mr. Thomas was the Principal Deputy Director of Counterintelligence for the Nation following a mini-confirmation process by the White House, and the House and Senate Select Committees on Intelligence.  He was the counterintelligence advisor to the Director of National Intelligence and the President of the United States.  In this capacity, Mr. Thomas chaired the National Counterintelligence Operations Board, which was comprised of the Directors of Counterintelligence for each of the agencies within the Intelligence Community.  His office was responsible for multiple documents due annually to the President and the Congress, such as the National Threat Identification Prioritization Assessment, which informed the President on the gravest intelligence threats facing the United States, and the National Counterintelligence Strategy, which informed the President of how the Intelligence Community would mitigate those threats.  Mr. Thomas retired from this position on October 1, 2011.

Derek Vadala
Managing Director, Chief Information Security Officer
Moody’s Corporation

Derek Vadala is the Chief Information Security Officer for Moody’s Corporation in New York with over 15 years of IT and security management experience. He oversees Moody’s global security program with responsibilities including security strategy, architecture and operations, IT risk due diligence in the M&A process and threat management and incident response.