Cybersecurity’s Hottest New Technologies:

What You Need to Know

March 21, 2024
11:00am - 5:00pm ET | Doors Open at 10:30am ET

ChatGPT opened the AI floodgates for both threat actors and defenders to up their game. At the same time, cloud-based applications and services are gradually becoming the norm for many organizations.

These seismic shifts in cybersecurity will shape the face of zero-day attacks, ransomware, and supply chain compromises, leaving security teams wondering if their existing defenses can hold up against a new wave of threats powered by AI and new cloud-borne and cloud-targeted attacks.

Join us March 21, 2024, as we discuss some of the most promising emerging cybersecurity technologies and how you can adopt them into your organizations.

Topics Include:
Tips and Recommendations for determining the best technologies for your enterprise
Integrating emerging technologies with existing IT security environments
Handling the new landscapes created by Generative AI
Managing the threat of identity compromise in the cloud
The changing ways of analyzing threat data and events
11:00am – 11:45am

Game-Changing Cybersecurity Technologies

Sponsored by: Wiz
Speaker(s): Alberto Yepez, Managing Director, Forgepoint Capital
Moderated by: Fahmida Y Rashid, Managing Editor, Dark Reading

Some 3,500 cybersecurity vendors and service providers are regularly rolling out new products and services. In this keynote address, a top security technology expert goes beyond the hype and highlights some of the newest technologies and trends and offers tips and recommendations on how to determine which security technologies can best help you secure your enterprise in 2024.​

12:15pm – 1:00pm

A CISO’s Guide to Next-Generation Cyber Defenses​

Sponsored by: Palo Alto Networks
Speaker(s): Rinki Sethi, CISO,
Moderated by: Kelly Jackson-Higgins, Editor-in-Chief, Dark Reading

Fresh new cybersecurity technologies can be exciting and promising, but the reality is that organizations still face challenges blending new tools and approaches with existing security technologies that can’t simply be ripped out and replaced. In this keynote address, an experienced security practitioner offers insights for chief information security officers (CISOs) into how to integrate some of the hottest emerging technologies and disciplines into an existing IT security environment to ensure a smooth shift to a stronger defense.​

2:15pm - 3:00pm

The Promise and Perils of AI​

Sponsored by: KnowBe4 | Snyk
Speaker(s): Sonya Moisset, Senior Security Advocate
Moderated by: Tara Seals, Managing Editor, News, Dark Reading

Generative AI – starting with the arrival of ChatGPT early last year — hit the security sector like no other technology, putting powerful artificial intelligence tools in the hands of everyone nearly overnight. Suddenly organizations were faced with employees inadvertently exposing and leaking sensitive company data, as well as concerns over threat actors advancing and automating their attacks using AI. In this panel discussion, experts will explain how to protect your organization from internal mishandling of the technology, and from a new generation of AI-powered cyberattacks. You will learn how to harness AI for good as a security tool, for both your secure application development (DevSecOps) and SecOps teams.​

3:15pm - 4:00pm

Managing & Securing Identities in the Cloud​

Sponsored by: Gem | Reveal
Speaker(s): Zack Glick, CTO, Zatik Security | Ron Konigsberg, CTO & Co-Founder, Gem Security

A core element of a cloud security strategy is effectively managing and tracking user and machine identities—and activity—in the cloud. That includes human, machine, vendor, and service provider identities in cloud infrastructure and platform services, and entails managing and protecting identities. In this panel discussion, experts will discuss the threat of identity compromise in the cloud, as well as best practices, tools, and technologies that can help enterprises keep them secure. ​

4:15pm - 5:00pm

Next-Gen SecOps

Sponsored by: CardinalOps | Torq
Speaker(s): John Hubbard, SANS Senior Instructor, SOC consultant, and Speaker | Allie Mellen, Principal Analyst, Forrester | Jay Lillie, Vice President for Customer Success, CardinalOps
Moderated by: Becky Bracken, Editor, Dark Reading

The security operations center (SOC) is evolving, driven by cloud-based managed services and tools that automate — and decentralize — the team tasked with defending a far-flung enterprise infrastructure. How do you build out a modern SecOps team and which technologies should you adopt to drive it? In this panel discussion, experts explain how orchestration, eXtended Detection and Response (XDR), and AI are changing the way security teams collect and analyze threat data and events. In addition you will learn how to streamline your security tools with new technologies that advance the security of your enterprise. ​

All Day

On Demand Demo

Sponsored by: Hive Pro
All Day

On Demand Demo

Sponsored by: Hive Pro

Cybersecurity’s Hottest New Technologies:

March 21, 2024
11:00am - 5:00pm ET | Doors Open at 10:30am ET

Ron Konigsberg
CTO & Co-Founder, Gem Security
Ron leads technology, innovation, and engineering at Gem Security, the cloud detection and incident response company recognized by Gartner as a Cool Vendor in Modern Security Operations. Prior to Gem, he was Chief Architect and Chief Growth Officer at Singular, a cloud-native data analytics company.
Zaira Pizada
Vice President of Product Marketing, Hive Pro
Zaira Pirzada was a Security Analyst with Gartner, Inc., covering the DLP, File Analysis, and Data Masking markets. Zaira was also featured on CBS as a main actress in the prime-time television show “Hunted”, Wired for her technical acumen, and is currently a popular-selling poet and performer.
Allie Mellen
Principal Analyst, Forrester
Allie Mellen is a Forrester analyst covering security operations, nation-state threats, and the use of automation, machine learning, and AI in security tools. She has been in the technology industry for over a decade in various engineering roles: doing research at MIT, running her own engineering consultancy, and more.
John Hubbard
SANS Senior Instructor, SOC consultant, and Speaker
John is a Security Operations Center (SOC) consultant and speaker, a Senior SANS instructor, and the course author of two SANS courses, SEC450: Blue Team Fundamentals - Security Operations and Analysis and LDR551: Building and Leading Security Operations Centers. John also teaches additional SANS Blue Team courses such as SEC511.
Sonya Moisset
Senior Security Advocate
Sonya is a Senior Security Advocate and a lifelong traveler who lived in the Middle-East, North Africa and Asia. She’s passionate about Open Source, DevSecops and Cloud Computing. She’s the founder of Epic Women in Cyber and Epic Women in Tech, two initiatives to showcase women in the tech and cyber industries.
Rinki Sethi
Rinki is currently the Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer at BILL, where she will be leading the global information technology functions and is also responsible for leading efforts to protect BILL’s information and technology assets and advise the company’s continued innovations in the security space.
Zack Glick
CTO, Zatik Security
Zack Glick is a technology translator who works with practitioners to understand and solve problems. He expertly converts highly technical concepts to the language of risk and strategy for business decision makers. A seasoned security engineer and architect, Zack has worked on operational security teams at large cloud providers and SaaS companies.
Alberto Yepez
Managing Director, Forgepoint Capital
Jay Lillie
Vice President of Customer Success, CardinalOps
Jay Lillie is VP Customer Success for CardinalOps where he helps organizations around the world improve their SIEM-based detection posture. After an early career in business process management and Big Data, his more recent experience in cybersecurity ranges from machine learning behavioral analytics to identity governance.
Becky Bracken
Editor, Dark Reading
Becky Bracken has built a decades-long journalism career with a focus on cybersecurity issues and serves as an editor for Dark Reading.
Tara Seals
Managing Editor, News, Dark Reading
Tara Seals has 20+ years of experience as a journalist, analyst and editor in the cybersecurity, communications and technology space. Prior to Dark Reading, Tara was Editor in Chief at Threatpost, and prior to that, the North American news lead for Infosecurity Magazine.
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Fahmida Y Rashid
Managing Editor, Dark Reading
Fahmida Y Rashid is Dark Reading’s managing editor, focusing on stories that provide security professionals with the information they need to do their jobs. She has spent over a decade analyzing news events and demystifying security technology for IT professionals and business managers.
Kelly Jackson Higgins
Editor-in-Chief, Dark Reading
Kelly Jackson Higgins is the Editor-in-Chief of Dark Reading. She is an award-winning veteran technology and business journalist with more than two decades of experience in reporting and editing for various publications, including Network Computing, Secure Enterprise Magazine, Virginia Business magazine, and other major media properties.
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