What a great group of people here today, I want to thank you all for your service to the Country. I recently held a job working for the government and understand many of the challenges in securing the national infrastructure or at least yours and my part of it.
Thank you for the introductionListened to my peers today and I’m lifted by the level of professionalism I’ve heard today.Movement form Compliance to Continuous Monitoring OMB, FISMA, Financial StatementsThe threat, the people, budget Time, Energy and efforts are paying off. Compliance is a byproduct of good security
The evolving threat landscape of The problem must be solved to insure continued growth in era of mobile devices and cloud computing. We know that we must solve fundamental security issues to unlock accelerated growth both for Intel and for McAfee.To stay ahead of the bad guys, we have to fundamentally change our approach to security.Today, computing security is built on the principle of finding the known bad actors, cleaning them up and then preventing the same threat from happening again – these are known as black lists.Going forward the model needs to fundamentally insure a secure and safe computing experience even against attacks that have not yet been analyzed and cataloged.To achieve this new world of safe, secure computing, we are focusing on three key vectors of security.And in each of these areas, Intel has several platform features which assist in delivering the secure computing experience.
.Attackers have many advantages:•The ability to remain relatively stealth•Operate with impunity to virtually any cybercrime within many countries•Effectiveness at a lower price point•Ease of use – when compared to refining uranium for nuclear bombs•The creation of a force multiplier by enlisting people sympathetic to their cause or by using bots to force them into participation •Social media
1. VISION FROM THE OFFICE TRENDS IN OF CYBER SECURITY THE CTO DR. PHYLLIS SCHNECK BRENT CONRAN VICE PRESIDENT AND CTO, CHIEF SECURITY OFFICER, GLOBAL PUBLIC SECTOR, MCAFEE MCAFEE
2. The Changing Threat LandscapeBrent ConranVice President and Chief Security OfficerApril 11, 2012
3. Improving Our Security PostureStep in the right DirectionCompliance vs.Continuous Monitoring 3 April 16, 2012 Confidential McAfee Internal Use Only
4. Defining the Future of INFOSEC Defining the Future Whitelisting vs. Blacklisting Pushing security technology further down the stack4 April 16, 2012 Confidential McAfee Internal Use Only
5. Key Takeaways Attacks will focus on the public and private sector Industrial sabotage will rise Hacktivism and cyber attacks mounted by nation-states will increase Don’t fight today’s war with yesterdays’ tools5 April 16, 2012 Confidential McAfee Internal Use Only
6. Phyllis Schneck Vice President, Chief Technology Officer, Public Sector6 April 16, 2012 Confidential McAfee Internal Use Only