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  1. 1. ACG Silicon Valley is a unique community with a purpose; where CEOs and senior executive leaders connect  to conduct business, build new careers, and link together to lead the future of Silicon Valley February 11, 2016 “Leadership —by Acknowledgement, Awareness, and Example” “Cyberattacks are increasing in complexity and sophistication everyday, posing a real threat to the trust we put in our digital way-of-life. Combating this threat requires the ingenuity, speed, and creativity that makes Silicon Valley the heart of global IT innovation. ACG Silicon Valley serves as a vital node in connecting leaders and thinkers together to help build real solutions to these top challenges. As a leader in security innovation, Palo Alto Networks is proud to be a partner in the conversation with ACG Silicon Valley in driving change for a safer and more secure future.” — Davis Hake, Director of Cybersecurity Strategy, Palo Alto Networks
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  3. 3. 3 ACG Silicon Valley is a unique community with a purpose; where CEOs and senior executive leaders connect to conduct business, build new careers, and link together to lead the future of Silicon Valley For information and registration contact ACG Silicon Valley • Cybersecurity, National Security, Constitutional Protections—Is There a “Silver Bullet” to Preserve All Three? February ,  • : PM – : PM • Palo Alto Networks • Executive Briefing Center •  Great America Parkway, Santa Clara, CA  This event will focus on cybersecurity as viewed by different members of the business community in terms of national security, law enforcement, information sharing, and commer- cial encryption initiatives. We will have senior Silicon Valley leadership, law enforcement, investigative and cybersecurity experts on the stage to discuss the capabilities of state-of- the-art cybersecurity methods, it’s global relevance, and hear what the impact is “close to home.” The purpose of this panel is to simultaneously illuminate Silicon Valley leadership on how state-of-the- art cybersecurity is viewed by manufacturers and their implications upon their businesses over the coming year. The goal is to educate ACGSV members about the realities of cybersecurity today and raise their vigilance to threats we all face. Our Distinguished Panel: Davis Hake Director of Cybersecurity Strategy, Palo Alto Networks In his role as Director of Cybersecurity Strategy, Davis is responsible for building and sharing the company’s strategy for cybersecurity through leadership and delivering valuable information, insights, and instructional tools on all things related to cyber threats and today’s security landscape. Prior to joining the Palo Alto Networks team in , Davis was a leader in U.S. government cybersecurity. He served on the National SecurityStaffintheWhiteHouse,atseniorlevelsintheDepartmentof Homeland Security, and as a policy expert for Members of Congress. AttheWhiteHouse,Daviscoordinatedresponseeffortsforcybersecu- rity incidents across .Gov and developed strategies for strengthening federalnetworks’resilience.Healsoservedastheprincipaladvisorfor the Deputy Undersecretary for Cybersecurity and Communications at theDepartmentofHomelandSecurity,wherehemanagedamultitude of federal programs, industry partnership, and strategic communica- tions efforts critical to national security. Before joining the Administration, Davis was a leader in cybersecu- rity issues on Capitol Hill. Working for Congressman James Langevin from Rhode Island, he ran the Congressional Cybersecurity Caucus to better educate policy makers about issues such as; public-private partnerships, cyber defense, and digital privacy. Davis also drafted some of the first comprehensive cybersecurity legislation, for which he received a Federal  Award for leadership in the IT community. HeisagraduateoftheUniversityofCalifornia,Davis,wherehestudied internationalrelationsandeconomics,andreceivedaMaster’sDegree in strategic security studies from the National Defense University.
  4. 4. 4 ACG Silicon Valley is a unique community with a purpose; where CEOs and senior executive leaders connect to conduct business, build new careers, and link together to lead the future of Silicon Valley For information and registration contact ACG Silicon Valley • Jim Harlow President, NetFuel, Inc. Jim Harlow is President of NetFuel, Inc. NetFuel is a pioneer in policy-based and Software Defined Networking (SDN). Jim has been inSiliconValleyforoveryears—heisanauthorfortrademagazines, as well as a hands-on subject matter expert in cybersecurity, high- speed trading systems, cryptography, and embedded systems. Prior to Silicon Valley, Jim lived in Denver, Colorado, where he led an oil and gas technology and mining consulting practice. Steven J. Butow Colonel, Vice Chief of Staff, USAF NG CAANG (US) Colonel Butow is Vice Chief of Staff for the California Military Department where he leads joint staff directorates for intelligence, operations, and information management, which includes the State of California’s Computer Network Defense Team. As former commander the th Rescue Wing at Moffett Field, he co-founded the USCYBERCOM Point of Presence in Silicon Valley. He has served multiple tours in Iraq, Afghanistan and the Horn of Africa as an MC-P Combat Shadow pilot, and later as Chief of Personnel Recovery for both USCENTCOM and USCENTAF. He previously led a Joint Personnel Recovery Interoperability & TechnologyWorkingGroupsupportingtheUnderSecretaryofDefense for Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics. As a researcher with the SETI Institute in Mountain View, he served as Co-Principal Investigator on multiple NASA-USAF airborne science missions earning him a NASA Ames Outstanding Achievement Award in , and a NASA Ames Honor Award in . Butow is a graduate of San Jose State University. Mike McNerney CEO & Co-Founder, Efflux Systems MikeMcNerneyistheco-founderandCEOofEffluxSystems,acyberse- curitystartup.Priortothis,heworkedasacybersecuritystrategistand startup advisor where he provided services to government agencies and private sector companies in the cybersecurity industry. MikealsoservedasacyberpolicyadvisorintheOfficeoftheSecretary of Defense, where he drafted and negotiated key pieces of federal legislation through the congressional process and worked with the defense industry, internet service providers, and tech companies to develop cybersecurity programs. While there, he also worked as an attorney in the Office of the General Counsel. Priortothatposition,MikewasappointedasaForeignAffairsOfficerin the U.S. State Department. He pioneered a U.S. government detainee monitoring policy and drafted a national strategy for fighting corrup- tion in Afghanistan. Mike served in the U.S. Air Force for four years, where he became a captain. He graduated from the University of California, Davis, and earned his J.D. from American University, Washington College of Law. He is also a fellow at the Truman National Security Project, a lecturer of political science at California State University, and the co-founder of Technology for Global Security. Our Distinguished Moderator: Jim Chapman Partner, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius JamesC.ChapmanisaPartneratMorgan,Lewis&Bockius.Hefocuses hispracticeonsecuritieslaw,venturecapital,mergersandacquisitions, and international business transactions. He has more than  years of experience in corporate and securities law and has been involved in over  mergers, acquisitions, and financing transactions. These transactions have included public offerings, private placements, debt financings, venture capital transactions, stock sales, asset sales, merg- ers, reorganizations, and recapitalizations. Jim also has a significant background in international transactions, particularly dealing with China and Chinese-related companies. Jim was one of the early U.S. attorneyshandlingtransactionsinChina.Hisexperienceincludesboth assisting Chinese companies investing and raising capital in the U.S. and helping U.S. firms acquire Chinese companies, make strategic investments, enter into joint ventures, technology transfers, and dis- tribution arrangements, and otherwise operate in China. Jim is also the author of over  articles including “Trade Secret Protection in China: A Perspective from China and Hong Kong,” Association of Corporate Counsel (January ); “Mergers and Acquisitions—What Every CEO Should Know,” ExecuSense (October );“JointVenturesinChina:WhatEveryCEOShouldKnow,”Law (June , ).
  5. 5. 5 ACG Silicon Valley is a unique community with a purpose; where CEOs and senior executive leaders connect to conduct business, build new careers, and link together to lead the future of Silicon Valley For information and registration contact ACG Silicon Valley • ProductDesign&LifecycleManagementforIoT–Howthe “LeanStart-up”ApproachofRapidProducts/NewFeatures DevelopmentHasImpacted Companiesof AllSizes March ,  • : PM – : PM • EMC • All Stars Conference Room •  Mission College Blvd., Santa Clara, CA  The Internet of Things (IoT) is increasingly changing the meaning of “product.” The data provided by IoT is becoming an essential tool for product development. Products have moved beyond mechanical and electronic components to include complex combinations of hardware, software, sensors, data storage, microprocessors, and ubiquitous connectivity. In the st century with forces of continual disruption, the pressure of rapid change has given rise to the lean startup movement transform- ing how products are built and launched. The lean startup methodology is designed to accelerate getting a desired product to market faster while avoiding costly mistakes by rapidly building, testing, validating, and iterating on products. Join us to learn how the “Lean Startup” approach of product design and lifecycle management has impacted companies of all sizes. Our Distinguished Panel:  Leila Pourhashemi Head of Product Operations, eBay MarketPlaces Leila is the COO of Product in MarketPlaces, focusing on driving pro- ductivity, product planning, and scaling innovation through disciplined execution. Prior to this role, Leila was at PayPal leading the PayPal transforma- tion to Customer Driven Innovation (CDI), product re-alignment, agile and a metrics-driven culture. She joined PayPal in  as leader of the Global Technical Support organization. Leila is a change agent, and has transformed companies in multiple industries, ranging from toys to telecommunications. Prior to PayPal, Leila was Sr. Director of Quality, Program Management and Support at LeapFrog, and Director of PMO for a SaaS voice rec- ognition startup. Leila spent the first  years of her career at Sun Microsystems,startingasasoftwareengineer,thenleadingdevelopment of servers, storage and network appliances, with her final role driving PMO for Networking, Telecom and High Availability software. LeilaholdsaBachelor’sdegreeinAppliedMathematicsfromUCBerkeley, and lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her family.  Janice Fraser Director, People, Pivotal Janice is the Director, People, at Pivotal and is one of America’s leading experts on Lean Startup. She has advised many successful companies including Lyft, Sharethrough, and TaskRabbit and is an ongoing trainer for the White House administration staff on innovation techniques. Janice has coached, taught, and interviewed thousands of startup founders in communities around the world. She was founder and CEO of Luxr, among the first Lean Startup firms, as well as Adaptive Path, the first user experience firm. Under her leadership, Adaptive Path tripled in staff and revenues, developed and sold a product to Google, and coined the term Ajax. Janice is a frequent keynote speaker at startup conferences and leading business schools, including Kellogg and Haas.
  6. 6. 6 ACG Silicon Valley is a unique community with a purpose; where CEOs and senior executive leaders connect to conduct business, build new careers, and link together to lead the future of Silicon Valley For information and registration contact ACG Silicon Valley •  David Cronin Executive Design Director, GE Digital David Cronin is an interaction designer, strategist, and design leader. As Executive Design Director at GE Digital, he leads user experience and design thinking efforts for industrial internet of things platform and products. Prior to joining GE in , David was Director of Interaction Design at Smart Design, an award-winning product design consultancy and Managing Director at Cooper, the first design firm dedicated to the prac- tice of interaction design for digital products. His early career was spent designing and building the first generation of large-scale, dynamic web sites and applications. During his -year career, David has designed enterprise software, con- sumer electronics, medical devices, and healthcare information systems, as well as a financial portfolio management and trading platform for the world’s largest asset manager. He’s happiest when he can work with cross-functional teams make complex systems useful and enjoyable for the people who rely on them.  Marat Boshernitsan Sr. Software Director, Synopsys Marat Boshernitsan is a researcher and a practitioner who is passionate about software development. Marat’s work focuses on building prod- ucts that empower organizations to create software that is safe, robust, secure, and delightful to use. An engineer at heart, he is equally at home in the company of designers, scientists, product managers, marketers, sales reps, and executives. As a Senior Sofware Architect and Director at Synopsys’s Software Integrtiy Group (via Coverity acquisition), Marat has led and scaled engineering teams and helped establish sound software engineering processes and practices. Marat has built products and teams from the ground up, starting with vague ideas and iterating toward a functional product, as well as worked on mature products and with established teams. Prior to Coverity, Marat served as a Director of Research at Agitar Software, where he worked on a wide range of software development problems related to automated testing of software. Marat holds B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of California at Berkeley.  Manuel Terranova CEO, Peaxy, Inc. Peaxy CEO and President Manuel Terranova is a technology veteran with a proven track record of bringing emerging technologies to market. He has a broad range of business and technical leadership experience in oil and gas, subsea equipment, software application development, pipeline inspection robotics, telemetry systems, and IT infrastructure. Before co-founding Peaxy, Terranova was at General Electric’s Drilling and Production business, where he led a . billion portfolio as a Senior Vice President. He managed the company’s commercial and regional resources worldwide, including the creation of a  million subsea equipment joint venture in sub-Saharan Africa. During his  years at GE, he led a number of successful software development efforts, including a GIS software business, remote pipeline monitoring and SupportCentral, a knowledge-based portal that grew to become the company’s second most used application worldwide. Terranova served as CIO of GE’s Oil & Gas division from  to . In that role he led efforts to migrate the entire business from legacy appli- cations to ERP and a contemporary application stack. In  Jeff Immelt awarded him the Chairman’s Award for Technology and Innovation. That year—as head of GE’s subsea portfolio—he led a series of successful product launches, including a remotely enabled subsea control system that set industry records for market-share gains in a single year. Since  Terranova has been actively engaged as a committee member with the National Academies of Science and the National Transportation Board. His involvement has helped advance the safety of offshore oil and gas operations. Our Distinguished Moderator:  Mike Farber Partner, LaunchSquad MikeisapartneratLaunchSquad,wherehehelpssomeofthetechindus- try’s most interesting companies tell their stories to the world. Holder of a B.A. from Boston College and J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania, he has a particular love for entrepreneurs, moving fast and elegantly designed products that solve real business problems.
  7. 7. 7 ® M A S T E R C A L E N DA R Leadership 2016 Tuesday, January 12, 2016 6:00 pm–8:30 pm M&A Thursday, January 26, 2016 8:00 am–10:00 am C-Circle Thursday, February 11, 2016 6:00 pm–8:30 pm Keynote Tuesday, February 23, 2016 6:00 pm–8:30 pm M&A Thursday, March 3, 2016 7:30 am–9:30 am YEx Monday, March 7, 2016 6:00 pm–9:00 pm Public Board Thursday, March 17, 2016 8:00 am–10:00 am C-Circle Tuesday, March 22, 2016 6:00 pm–8:30 pm Keynote Tuesday, April 5, 2016 6:00 pm–8:30 pm M&A Wednesday, April 27, 2016 5:45 pm–9:00 pm 12th Annual GROW! Awards Thursday, May 11, 2016 8:00 am–10:00 am C-Circle Tuesday, May 17, 2016 6:00 pm–8:30 pm M&A Monday, June 6, 2016 6:00 pm–9:00 pm Public Board Thursday, July 21, 2016 8:00 am–10:00 am C-Circle Tuesday, September 6, 2016 6:00 pm–8:30 pm M&A Monday, September 12, 2016 6:00 pm–9:00 pm Public Board Thursday, September 15, 2016 8:00 am–10:00 am C-Circle Thursday, September 29, 2016 8:00 am–10:00 am Digital Omnivore Tuesday, October 18, 2016 6:00 pm–8:30 pm M&A Thursday, October 20, 2016 6:00 pm–8:30 pm Keynote Thursday, November 17, 2016 8:00 am–10:00 am C-Circle Tuesday, November 29, 2016 6:00 pm–8:30 pm M&A Monday, December 5, 2016 6:00 pm–9:00 pm Public Board Notes: By invitation only Registration is mandatory; no one will be admitted without prior registration Fees for members of other ACG chapters apply For additional questions please contact
  8. 8. 8 ACG Silicon Valley is a unique community with a purpose; where CEOs and senior executive leaders connect  to conduct business, build new careers, and link together to lead the future of Silicon Valley CEO Sally Pera, CEO, ACGSiliconValley Board of Directors Tom Hart, ChairmanoftheBoard2014–2016;QuickLogicCorporation,Chairman John Maydonovitch, IncomingChairmanoftheBoard2016–2018;MCE,Inc.,President&CEO Robert Lanz, Treasurer,MembershipRetention;RampPartners,ManagingPartner Joerg Kemkes, Treasurer,RueterPartner,ManagingPartner James C. Chapman, Morgan,Lewis&Bockius,LLP,Partner Gunjeet Baweja, GROW!Awards;Needham&Company,ManagingDirector,InvestmentBanking Steve Brown, MembershipCommittee;Cadence,DirectorofMarketing,IPGroup Shampa Banerjee, ErosDigital–ErosInternational,ChiefProductOfficer Hillary Barnhart, AppliedMaterials,Sr.DirectorBusinessOperations&ProgramMgmnt Malcolm Bordelon, SiliconValleyBusinessJournal,Publisher Marc A. Compton, U.S.Trust,ManagingDirector,MarketExecutive,SiliconValley Nicola Corzine, NASDAQEntrepreneurialCenter,ExecutiveDirector Pamela Evans, PaloAltoNetworks,Director,ExecutiveBriefingPrograms Joe Flynn, Lavante,Inc.,ChiefStrategyOfficer Diane Holt Frankle, KayeScholerLLP,Partner Christian Gentle, KPMG,Partner Jason Holt, Google,Engineer Aftab Jamil, BDO,AssurancePartner Al Kenrick, WellsFargoBank,SeniorVicePresident Prince Kohli, EricssonSiliconValley,VicePresident,DevelopmentUnitIPRouting,BusinessUnitCloud&IP Rick Mizzo, ALOMTechnologies,DirectorofAcct.Mgmt.&SupplyBaseMgmt. Kelly Porter, WoodsideCapitalPartners,ManagingDirector Christie Simons, Deloitte,Partner Jay Snyder, EMCCorporation,SVP,GlobalAlliances Jim Stameson, PlasmaRuggedizedSolutions,PresidentandCEO Maya Strelar-Migotti, SVPSmartNetworkedDevices&Solutions,MarvellSemiconductor Terry A. Switz, BankoftheWest,Director,CommercialCoverage,TechnologyandCommercialBanking ManuelTerranova, Peaxy,Inc.,CEO Jean-ClaudeViollier, Capgemini,CorporateVP&GlobalSalesOfficer ACG SiliconValley •