BlackBerry Security Summit

July 19, 2016 | New York City

Security. Privacy. Trust.

Join us at this industry leading event to gain insights on how to better recognize current vulnerabilities within mobile environments and learn the solutions needed to create a more secure, private and trusted workplace.

Why Attend:

  • 450+ security, mobility and IT professionals attending
  • Over 20 jam packed sessions featuring interactive panels with industry thought leaders
  • Peer networking and best practice sharing
  • Enter for a chance to win one of 15 Samsung Galaxy S2 Tablets. ($400 value, see official rules on site)

Don’t miss this opportunity to see what’s next in secure enterprise mobility from organizations that are leading the way.

Why Attend
Event Overview

Grand Hyatt New York
109 East 42nd Street
New York, NY
10017

Agenda

Accordion

  • Opening Remarks

    John Chen, Executive Chairman and CEO, BlackBerry

    BlackBerry Security Strategy

    David Kleidermacher, Chief Security Officer, BlackBerry

    BlackBerry Product Strategy

    Tim Choi, Vice President of Product Management, BlackBerry

    John Herrema, Senior Vice President, Product Management, BlackBerry

    Frank Cotter, Vice President of Enterprise Product Management, BlackBerry

    Live Hack

    Campbell Murray, Technical Director, Encription, BlackBerry

    Fraser Winterborn, Senior Security Researcher, Encription, BlackBerry

    BlackBerry Partner Ecosystem

    Andrew Toy, Google

    John Curtis, Vice President Regulated Verticals, Samsung

    Jonathan Trull, Global Chief Cybersecurity Advisor, Microsoft

    Fireside Chat

    Marty Beard, Chief Operating Officer, BlackBerry

    Ari Schwartz, Managing Director of Cybersecurity Services, Venable

    Peter Kaomea, Chief Information Officer, Sullivan & Cromwell LLP

  • Mobile Security

    Creating a Secure and Robust Android Device

    This session will examine the evolution of the Android platform and discuss effective ways to secure it, with a case study on the PRIV by BlackBerry.

    Speaker: Daniel Major

    Mobile Strategies

    The Path to Driving Business Value Outcomes from Mobility

    This session will explore smart and effective mobility deployment strategies that both optimize current business processes and enable new secure mobile centric approaches to drive significant business value.

    Topics:

    • Growing the R in the ROI of mobility
    • Demonstration of integrated mobile workflows
    • Examples of amazing business apps being deployed today and the resulting benefits to the organizations who have deployed them

    Speakers: Margaret Stuart
    Alex Willis

    Mobile Platform

    Secure Suites Platform - Overview

    This session will look at BlackBerry’s secure EMM (MDM, MAM, Containerization, IAM, EFSS) and application platform across ownership models, end-points and operating systems.

    Topics:

    • Gartner Categories: MDM, MAM, Containerization, IAM, EFSS
    • iPhone, Android, AfW, KNOX, W10, OS-X
    • GD/GW overview
    • Overview of 4 phases of integration

    Speaker: Frank Cotter
    Ram Motipally, Senior Director, Global Knox Business Development

    Connected Car

    Automotive ISAC Overview

    This session will provide an overview of the recently formed Automotive Information Sharing and Analysis Center (Auto-ISAC). The Auto-ISAC facilitates the exchange of important threat information, including countermeasures, in real time and allows automakers to analyze, share and track cyber threats and spot potential weaknesses in vehicle electronics.

    Speaker: Thomas Mooney, Auto-ISAC Executive

  • Mobile Security

    Enabling Secure Cross-Platform Communication and Collaboration

    This session will examine how BlackBerry enables enterprises to securely communicate and collaborate across mobile and desktop platforms with products such as SecuSUITE, AtHoc, WatchDox and BBM Protected.

    Speaker: Alex Wilis
    Christoph Erdmann

    Mobile Strategies

    Best Practices for Success in Deploying Mobility

    This session will look at the potential for business transformation and an amazing user experience offered by mobilizing your business. It will discuss how can organizations can successfully become a “mobile company” to realize the business benefit.

    Topics:

    • A framework to successfully deploy mobility on a large scale in your organization
    • Examples based on actual customer experience use cases
    • Top 3 recommendations to drive positive user experiences

    Speakers: Laura Fay
    Michele Thurston, Manager, Mobility Solutions, Voya Investment Management

    Mobile Platform

    Consistent Experience Across Mobile and Desktop/Laptop

    This session will look at how BlackBerry delivers a consistent user experience across mobile, desktop/laptops and operating systems without sacrificing security or responsiveness.

    Topics:

    • Cross-platform Apps & platform strategy: Secure Browser, Email/PIM, Docs apps and cross-platform app development

    Speaker: John Herrema

    Connected Car

    Secure Automotive Systems

    This session will look at the connected car from a holistic perspective examining trends, ECU software and security challenges in automotive systems as well as how using an ultra-reliable, safe and secure vehicle software platform is critical to ensure the security and safety of the vehicle and its occupants.

    Speaker: Grant Courville

  • Mobile Security

    Solving the World’s Most Important InfoSec Problem: Crisis of Confidence

    This session will discuss the importance of security assurance standards in high-security environments, the issues with many current forms of assurance and how new ideas and standards, such as CHACE, SHIELD and DTSec, can help to solve these problems.

    Speaker: Dave Kleidermacher
    John Michelsen, Chief Product Office, Zimperium

    Mobile Strategies

    Communicating and Collaborating in Both Times of Crisis and Every Day

    This session will examine how organizations can utilize the intersection of IT and physical security to better protect colleagues while at work. It will discuss how businesses must be able to communicate and collaborate both within the organization and across combined private and public sector virtual networks.

    Topics:

    • From hours to seconds, saving lives by having unified mass notification
    • The value of a connected community of organizations and individuals, in times of crisis and for every day operational effectiveness
    • Real-life examples establishing an effective mass notification system
    • Rapidly accounting for people in times of emergency

    Speakers: Guy Miasnik + Customer

    Mobile Platform

    Secure Suites Platform - Integrated Roadmap Deep Dive

    This session will provide a detailed view of the Integrated Platform, including BES12 + Good Dynamics integration phases, architecture, features and upgrade paths.

    Topics:

    • BES12 + GD Product Integration Roadmap Overview
    • Phase 2 Update
      • Architecture & Upgrade Paths
      • Admin & User Enhancements
      • Function Matrix
    • Phase 3 Update
      • Architecture & Upgrade Paths
      • Admin & User Enhancements
      • Function Matrix

    Speakers: John Edward

    * This is an NDA session. Pre-registration will be required.

    Connected Car

    Secure Manufacturing and Managed PKI in Automotive

    This session will review the risks associated with outsourced manufacturing and the global supply chain, and describe how an ecosystem underpinned by PKI and key management throughout the supply chain can help protect the connected car.

    Speaker: Jim Alfred

  • Mobile Security

    The Importance of Independent Cybersecurity Assessment

    This session will examine the benefits of third-party threat assessments and penetration testing on Enterprise environments, how BlackBerry employs white hat hackers internally and the new cybersecurity consulting services that BlackBerry offers externally.

    Speaker: Campbell Murray
    James Kaplan, McKinsey Consulting

    Mobile Strategies

    Protecting Your Information Assets in a Mobilized and Collaborative World

    This session will detail how to protect information assets while still sharing key up to date business information internally and externally in ways that are fast, easy and automatic for those using and sharing valuable information.

    Topics:

    • Real life examples of the costs of not protecting information assets
    • How to have security that travels with your data wherever it goes
    • Customer experience use cases

    Speakers: Tim Choi + Customer
    Joe Sutton, Chief Technology Officer, Pershing Square Capital Management

    Mobile Platform

    Best Practices for Good for Enterprise (GfE) to Good Work (GW) Migration

    To assist customers in deploying GW (including those migrating from GfE to GW, this session will discuss best practices: practical guidelines, architectures and sizing and deployment models.

    Topics:

    • Planning templates
    • Architecture
    • TCO (JPMC)
    • Deployment models – small vs large

    Speakers: John Herrema
    Damon Mendez

    * This is an NDA session. Pre-registration will be required.

    Connected Car

    Secure Over-The-Air Software Delivery

    This session will discuss best practices for securing and validating the delivery of over-the-air software updates. Topics will include device provisioning, the authorization and authentication of users, data transmission and encryption, infrastructure threat response and device side validation and sanity checks.

    Speaker: Chris Travers
    Mike Ahmadi, Synopsys Software Integrity Group

  • Mobile Security

    CISO Panel Discussion: Managing Security Risks in Real-World Enterprise Environments

    This panel will bring together top enterprise security executives to discuss how they manage security risks within their deployment given user demands, budget constraints and other limitations. These leaders will share practical insights and recommendations based on their own real-world experience.

    Moderator: Dave Kleidermacher

    Panelists: Yisroel Hecht, Former NYC, CISO
    Kathleen Lavoie, Chief Privacy Officer, Grand River Hospital
    Sam Phillips. Samsung

    Mobile Strategies

    Fireside Chat and Customer Panel

    This panel will bring together the experiences of BlackBerry customers to provide insight into some of the most common questions asked by organizations today.

    Topics:

    • Real life examples of the costs of not protecting information assets
    • How to have security that travels with your data wherever it goes
    • Customer experience use cases

    Moderator: David Wiseman

    Panelists: Michele Thurston, Manager, Mobility Solutios, Voya Financial
    Peter Lesser, Skadden

    Mobile Platform

    Future of EMM Panel

    This session will bring together industry experts to explore key EMM trends.

    Topics:

    • Native OS container (e.g. AfW, KNOX, W10) versus third party (e.g. Good Dynamics)
    • Desktop/laptop end-point management in relation to technology (legacy vs EMM) and IT organizational structure
    • Office.365 deployment plans and considerations

    Moderator: Frank Cotter

    Panelists: Ram Motipally, Samsung
    Richard Tam, Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer, Mackenzie Health
    Jonathan Trull, Global Chief Cybersecurity Advisor, Microsoft
    Sean Dastouri, Senior Security Architech, Microsoft

    Connected Car

    Automotive Security Services

    Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek destroyed the public perception that automobiles are immune to hacking. BlackBerry Professional Cybersecurity Services has a holistic security services solution for the automotive market. This session will discuss how BlackBerry’s world-renowned secure smartphones and secure software development lifecycle can be leveraged in the automotive market.

    Speaker: Adam Boulton

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    John Chen,
    Executive Chairman and CEO,
    BlackBerry

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    Andrew Toy,
    Product Management Director Android for Work,
    Google

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    David Gurle,
    Founder & CEO,
    Symphony Communication Services LLC

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    David Kleidermacher,
    Chief Security Officer,
    BlackBerry

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    Guy Masniak,
    President,
    AtHoc

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    James M. Kaplan,
    Partner,
    McKinsey

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    Joe Sutton,
    Chief Technology Officer,
    Pershing Square Capital Management

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    John Curtis,
    Vice President Regulated Verticals,
    Samsung

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    John Michelsen,
    Chief Product Officer,
    Zimperium

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    Jonathan Trull,
    Global Chief Cybersecurity Advisor,
    Microsoft

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    Kathleen Lavoie,
    Chief Information Management Officer/Chief Privacy Officer,
    Grand River Hospital

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    Marty Beard,
    Chief Operating Officer,
    BlackBerry

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    Michele Thurston,
    Assistant Vice President,
    Voya Investment Management

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    Mike Ahmadi,
    Global Director of Critical Systems Security,
    Synopsys Software Integrity Group

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    Peter Kaomea,
    Chief Information Officer,
    Sullivan & Cromwell LLP

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    Ram Motipally,
    EMM and Solution Engineering VP,
    Samsung

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    Peter Lesser,
    Director of Global Technology,
    Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP

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    Richard Tam,
    Executive Vice President & Chief Administrative Officer,
    Mackenzie Health

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    Sam Phillips,
    Vice President, General Manager,
    Samsung Electronics

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    Sean Dastouri,
    Senior Security Architect,
    Microsoft

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    Tom Mooney,
    Leader,
    Booz Allen

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    Yisroel Hecht,
    Former Chief Information Security Officer,
    City of New York

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    Alex Willis,
    Vice President of Global Technical Pre-Sales,
    BlackBerry

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    Campbell Murray,
    Technical Director, Encription,
    BlackBerry

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    Daniel Major,
    Architect for BlackBerry’s Android smartphones,
    BlackBerry

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    David Wiseman,
    Head of Global Product and Field Marketing,
    BlackBerry

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    Frank Cotter,
    Vice President of Enterprise Product Management,
    BlackBerry

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    Fraser Winterborn,
    Head of R&D,
    Encription

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    Grant Courville,
    Senior Director, Product Management,
    QNX

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    Jim Alfred,
    Vice-President,
    Certicom Corp

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    John Edwards,
    Director, Enterprise Product Management,
    BlackBerry

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    John Herrema,
    Senior Vice President,
    BlackBerry

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    Laura Fay,
    VP Global Customer Success & Chief Adoption Officer,
    BlackBerry

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    Margaret Stuart,
    Senior Vice President, Sales Strategy, Acceleration and Adoption,
    BlackBerry

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    Tim Choi,
    Vice President of Product Management,
    BlackBerry

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BlackBerry reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to make changes to the Event program. Every effort will be made to keep presentations and speakers as represented. However, unforeseen circumstances may result in the substitution of presentation topic(s) or speaker

  1. 1 2015 Cost of Data Breach Study: United States, Ponemon Institute, May 2015