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NSA Director General Paul M. Nakasone to speak at ICCS 2019

ICCS 2019 is pleased to announce that General Paul M. Nakasone, Director of the National Security Agency, will be the keynote speaker at this year’s conference.  Please register now.  Seating is limited.

The Weakest Link? Protecting Your Extended Enterprise

Marc Gordon, Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer for American Express to speak at ICCS.

In the world of joint ventures, partnerships, and a globally distributed supply chain, you are only as strong as your weakest link.  With over 55,000 employees, 110 million American Express cards in force and a multitude of worldwide joint ventures, please join us as Marc GordonExecutive Vice President and Chief Information Officer for American Express, defines how best to keep the links secure and sustainable.

Place Your Bets! Cyber Risks and International Investments

The United States has for decades quietly regulated whether and how foreign businesses—and governments—might invest in US businesses. In today’s interconnected global economy the stakes are different and touch upon almost every industry and a wide array of national security interests. 

At ICCS 2019, Michael Leiter, former director of the United States National Counterterorism Center and current partner with Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP,  moderates the ICCS distinguished panel on cyber risks and international investments.

Joining him will be Howard Caro, General Counsel for Mubadala Ventures, John Demers, Assistant Attorney General for National Security and Clay Lowery, former Assistant Secretary of Treasury for International Affairs.  Please join us 

Cyber-Surfing the High Seas – Navigating the complexities of international cyber prosecutions

Cyber prosecutions are increasingly complex given the borderless nature of cybercrime. Julian Assange stands as a prime example of the challenges encountered with capturing individuals protected by international laws and bringing them to justice. Please join us at ICCS 2019 as NBC News reporter, Jonathan Dienst, will moderate this Distinguished Panel on international cyber law and prosecutions. Joining him will be Richard P. Donoghue, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of New York., Geoffrey S. Berman, United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York and Markus Hartmann, Senior Prosecutor, Cologne, Germany.  Register now at ICCS 2019. Seating is limited.

AI – A Trojan Attack Waiting to Happen

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the mega-trend of our era.  The application of AI algorithms are revolutionizing the auto industry, finance, energy, healthcare and the national security mission.  AI algorithms also present the opportunity for sabotage and massively disruptive Trojan-attacks.  Please join us at ICCS 2019 as Noblis Principal Cyber Security and Machine Learning Scientist, Ebrima N. Ceesay, PhD and CISSP, presents the concepts and manners in which an AI algorithm can be compromised and highlights the latest research being advanced to detect these backdoor attacks.