Tag: CISO

Michael Coates, Co-Founder & CEO of Altitude Networks and Former CISO of Twitter, to Keynote Upcoming CISO Assembly

This April, Former CISO of Twitter and Co-Founder/CEO of Altitude Networks, will address our C-Suite members at The Transformational CISO Assembly taking place at The Hutton Hotel in Nashville, TN. About Michael Coates: Michael was formerly the Chief Information Security Officer at Twitter. In this role he led the security program for Twitter across all

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Upcoming Keynote Speaker Mike Howard, Retired Chief Security Officer, Shares His Expertise on the Digital Age of Security

We had the chance to sit down with Retired Chief Security Officer of Microsoft, Mike Howard, before he takes the stage as our Keynote Speaker at the Transformational CISO and Digital Enterprise Assembly. In this interview, Mike gives his insights on the successful CSO, defending physical security worldwide, measuring risk and reward, and much more.  Security

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The Millennium Alliance announces Mike Howard as Keynote Speaker at February Transformational CISO Assembly in Las Vegas

The Millennium Alliance is thrilled to announce Mike Howard, Retired Chief Security Officer of Microsoft as Keynote Speaker at the Transformational CISO West Coast Assembly this February 5-6th in Las Vegas, Nevada. During his 16 years as Former Chief Security Officer of Microsoft Corporation, Mike Howard held global responsibility for vital security functions including operations,

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Can Artificial Intelligence Overcome the Hype to Help Cybersecurity?

That promising view of what AI can deliver is not entirely wrong. Businesses to governments are starting to face up to the vulnerabilities of everything being online. Sophisticated and disruptive cyber attacks are continuing to increase in complexity and scale across multiple industries. Areas of critical infrastructure from energy to critical manufacturing have vulnerabilities that

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Are Executives “Sleeping” on Cybersecurity? Experts Say Yes.

All companies connected to the internet are vulnerable to cyber attacks, with the potential losses significant. Nowadays, liability for data breaches that affect customers leads directly to the leadership of the C-Level suite. Now more than ever, executives need to personally know how strong their company’s cyber defenses are, as well as the expected responses

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