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The Executive Forum at the th 6 Annual Information Security Summit ISSA-LA May 16, 2014 7:30 am to 6:00 pm Universal City Hilton
A special ½-day session specifically for Business and Nonprofit Executives, their Boards and their Trusted Advisors

Keynote Speaker: Richard Clarke, former National Coordinator for Security, Infrastructure Protection, and Counter-terrorism for the United States; author of “The Board’s Role in Cybersecurity,” The Conference Board, March 2014 Executive Roundtable: Information security strategies for Executives and their Boards  David Nardoni, CISSP, EnCE, Senior Technical Manager Information Security, Bank of America  Josh Sowers, VP, Global Technical Security Services, ADP  George Johnson, CISSP, Chief Security Officer, NC4  Stan Stahl, Ph.D., President, ISSA-LA Special Executive Lunch: Jackie Lacey, District Attorney, County of Los Angeles Bonus — Afternoon Session: Privacy and Security in the Age of NSA and Snowden  Stewart Baker, Esq., former Assistant Secretary for Policy at the United States Department of Homeland Security  Alexander Abdo, Fellow, ACLU National Security Project  Stan Stahl, Ph.D., President, ISSA-LA and author of www.AgnosticPatriot.org.  Nate Cardozo, Staff Attorney, Electronic Frontier Foundation  Monica Ryan, Chief, Privacy and Civil Liberties Unit, FBI  Moderator: Richard Greenberg, Information Security Officer, County of Los Angeles Public Health

Special 25% discount code: BM_ss_334 Non Profits Register FREE: email Lisa@issala.org
For More Information and To Register: http://summit.issala.org/.

ISSA-LA — The Los Angeles Chapter of the Information Systems Security Association

What: Executive Forum of the 6th annual Information Security Summit  Designed specifically for business and Nonprofit Executives, their Boards and their Trusted Advisors  Executive Roundtable: Information security strategies for Executives and their Boards  Keynote by Richard Clarke, former National Coordinator for Security, Infrastructure Protection, and Counter-terrorism for the United States  Executive Luncheon: Jackie Lacey, District Attorney, County of Los Angeles  Added Bonus: Privacy and Security in the Age of NSA and Snowden Why: Attendees will leave with a strategic understanding of cyber risk so they can more successfully guide their organizations through the increasing challenge — and resultant business risk — of cybercrime  Learn about best practices  Learn about big mistakes  Learn about missed opportunities  Understand what executive management must do Who: ISSA-LA is the premier catalyst and information source in Los Angeles for improving the practice of information security.  The Chapter provides educational programs for information security and IT professionals  The Chapter conducts outreach programs to businesses, financial institutions, nonprofits, governmental agencies, and consumers  ISSA-LA is the founding Chapter of the Information Systems Security Association, an international not-for-profit association of information security professionals and practitioners ISSA-LA’s Information Security Summit is the only information security event in Southern California designed for all five vital information security constituencies 1. Business and Non-profit Executives, their Boards and their Trusted Advisors 2. Information security professionals 3. IT professionals 4. Law enforcement 5. Students and the cyber security academic community Los Angeles Chapter Web Site: www.issa-la.org Follow us on Twitter: @ISSALA Connect with us on LinkedIn: ISSA LA Chapter Networking Follow us on LinkedIn: ISSA Los Angeles Facebook: Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) Los Angeles Chapter

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