[INT-6]USA Showcase Keynote Session, Cutting edge US technology: Cyber Security
10/06 10:00-11:30 Simultaneous Japanese-English Interpretation available Convention Hall A , International Conference Hall
- US Embassy, Japan Commercial Attach? Ms. Brittany Banta
Anatomy of a Mobile Hack
- To businesses, smartphones and tablets are tools that make people more productive. In the next 5 years, the majority of enterprise software interactions will take place on a mobile device. To hackers, however, mobile devices are valuable target that many business have forgotten to protect. In this talk, Lookout Founder and CTO, Kevin Mahaffey, will share details about attackers go about hacking mobile devices and how businesses can protect themselves.
- Lookout Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer3 Mr. Kevin Mahaffey
The Enterprise Immune System: Using Machine Learning for Next-Generation Cyber Defense
- ・How new machine learning and mathematics are automating advanced cyber defense
・Why 100% network visibility allows you to detect threats as they happen, or before they happen
・How smart prioritization and visualization of threats allows for better resource allocation and lower risk
・Real-world examples of unknown threats detected by ‘immune system’ technology
- Darktrace Japan KKRegional Director- North Asia Mr. John Kirch
Protect your organization against ransomware
- While the WannaCry ransomware scare was a wake-up call for many, the Petya/NotPetya outbreak just a few weeks later quickly showed that many organizations are still asleep when it comes to protection against modern ransomware.
The most remarkable aspect of both attacks was that simple, effective security practices could have kept these threats from going anywhere from the start.
Join Masahiro Nishimura, Country Manager at Carbon Black, in his presentation where he looks back at the two most recent outbreaks and shares the top five actions to take today to keep an organization safe when the next big ransomware attack hits.
During the presentation, Nishimura-san will cover:
・How Wannacry and Petya/NonPetya highlighted the need to improve basic security practices.
・Five tactical best practices that wil help defend against the next big attack.
・Why next-generation security platforms are necessary to combat new and emerging threats.
- Carbon Black Japan K.K.Country Manager Mr. Masahiro Nishimura
- Carbon Black Japan K.K.Principle Sales Engineer/ Evangelist Mr. Richard Li
Next Generation Network Cybersecurity with Data Diodes
- Endorsed by the US Department of Homeland Security, FBI and NSA, data diodes are powerful cybersecurity tools to protect sensitive networks, devices, and systems. Designed specifically to provide hardware-enforced network segmentation and one-way-only data transfers, data diodes are the strongest security available short of a physical air gap. This presentation will detail next generation data diode solutions that can simultaneously transfer multiple data types and streams, including files and directory structures, full motion video, databases and schema, and more, at speeds up to 10 Gbps.
- Owl Cyber Defense Solutions, LLCASIA PACIFIC BUSINESS MANAGER (APAC) Mr. Garrison Wheeler