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June 2018 ISSA Chicago Chapter Meeting

June 7, 2018 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Please join the ISSA Chicago Chapter for our monthly chapter meeting. This month’s featured speaker will be  David Duncan, VP, Product & Solutions, CA Technologies’ Cyber Security Business Unit. Hours ‘d oeuvres will be served. Cash bar available. ISSA Chicago Chapter members receive a complimentary drink if they register for the meeting as a member.

Topic: Online Trust: Do Execs, Consumers & Security Pros Define It Differently?

Trust is essential in driving the digital economy.  And yet overall digital trust is declining because of the cumulative impact of cyberattacks and identity theft.  In this presentation I will provide the findings from CA’s 2018 Global State of Online Trust.  Conducted jointly with Frost and Sullivan.  This global research study compares and contrasts how online trust is viewed from the cybersecurity professional perspective, from the business decision maker perspective, and from the consumer perspective across the different parts of the world.  We will also discuss how the technological approaches we have used to authenticate users and bind trust for over 30 years have to change because they are contributing to the data breach problem, contributing to the online trust problem, and what the technological future for identity and access management has in store for us all.

Speaker: David Duncan, President of Product and Solutions, CA Technologies’ Cyber Security Business Unit.

Prior to CA Technologies, Mr. Duncan held a series of executive leadership roles in the cyber security industry, including as: as CEO and President of ENCRYPTX, a leading provider of encryption, digital rights management and email security solutions that protected over 30 million users worldwide and was one of only seven approved vendors to encrypt data in the US Government, as Chief Marketing Officer of Webroot, a leading provider of consumer, small business and managed security provider endpoint security and BrightCloud threat intelligence solutions, and as VP of WW Marketing of Tenable Network Security – providers of Nessus the industry leader in network vulnerability scanning software, and Mr. Duncan also served on McAfee’s Technical Advisory Board from 2010 to 2013.

Mr. Duncan served for over a decade with the US government and was involved in classified US Government programs, both in intelligence collection operations and in computer security systems engineering while assigned to the National Security Agency while in the USAF.  Mr. Duncan attended the National Cryptologic School, was also one of the lead Security Systems Engineers that designed and accredited numerous classified computer systems to the Trusted Computing System Evaluation Criteria “aka the Orange Book.” Mr. Duncan also developed a Bayesian logic based computer model for assessing information security risks in different operational environments and was the NSA Information Security Manager of the year.  Mr. Duncan is also the recipient of four Air Medals for airborne intelligence collection missions in hostile environments.

Mr. Duncan has been a featured speaker on numerous cybersecurity topics, including endpoint security, threat intelligence, IoT security, mobile device management, encryption, DLP/DRM, vulnerability management, and identity and access management,  and has been featured on National Public Radio, Dark Reading, Wired and other industry publications.  Mr Duncan has been a speaker at over 30 ISSA Chapter meetings, will be speaking at RSA 2018, and most recently delivered the #1 rated webcast over the last year to the ISC2 community on modern identity and access management.


June 7, 2018
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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ISSA Chicago Chapter


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1 West Grand Avenue
Chicago, IL 60610 US
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