Maximizing IT Resilience with Adaptive Security and Infrastructure
Monday, October 12, 2020
10:00 a.m. - 10:45 a.m. CTWe GET IT - and GET IT Done: Understanding and Solving the Challenges of the Modern Enterprise
Andy Eccles, SVP, Integrated Technology Solutions, CDW
Bob Bragdon, SVP, Worldwide Managing Director, CSO

Today, organizations battle with complex challenges as they work to navigate the technology landscape to empower a secure and resilient business. They struggle with shifting technology models, shortages in expertise, and more. While every business is unique, they all share the same need: to maintain a resilient technology environment that enables their businesses achieve success, empower their employees to drive innovation, and deliver excellence at the point of the customer -- while at the same time ensuring that it’s all done with a common thread of cybersecurity throughout. With his visibility across hundreds of businesses and a keen understanding of the technology challenges faced by them, join Andy Eccles, CDW’s SVP of Integrated Technology Solutions, for this session as he shares his insights on how businesses should approach these issues, and how a trusted business partner like CDW can help smooth the road.


1:00 p.m. - 1:45 p.m. CTManaging Digital Transformation During Crisis
MK Palmore, VP, Field CSO , Palo Alto Networks
In most cases, the COVID-19 crisis has sped up the desire to engage in digital transformation for medium to large-scale enterprises.  At the same time, roadmaps are rarely implemented without challenges.  Join us for this session as we explore the transformation demand and how IT and security leaders can continue to implement their future roadmaps even in the midst of crisis. We’ll use a combination of industry insights through statistical observations and direct customer feedback to emphasize the importance of adopting new technologies to battle an ever-changing threat landscape.
3:00 p.m. - 3:45 p.m CTSecuring IT Agility
Keith Fuentes, VP, Customer Success, Samsung

The only constant today is change.  In today’s business environment, the agility of an organization’s IT infrastructure and capabilities can mean the difference between surviving and thriving.  That’s why one of the most important requirements for implementing successful and resilient technology is how it’s secured.  Join us for this session to learn about a “remote right” philosophy and how you can select partners and solutions that incorporate security with increased productivity.


Tuesday, October 13, 2020
10:00 a.m. - 10:45 a.m. CTCognitive Risk and the Nature of Threat
Ben Hammersley, Host of Cybercrimes with Ben Hammersley, Author & Futurist

With cybersecurity -- and security in general -- we’re bringing yesterday’s war to today’s battlefield. In the modernity of 2020, we have a profound misunderstanding of the nature of the geopolitical, commercial, and personal threat. It isn’t kinetics that will get us, but weaponized confusion. In these circumstances, leadership – along with strategy – is the art of making the best decisions with the knowledge available. But making those decisions requires accurate data, clear analysis, accurate thinking – all without interference. Join us for this session as we detail the ways that the final line of risk is the individual executive’s ability to think clearly, how this is under specific targeted attack, and how to defend against it.


1:00 p.m. - 1:45 p.m. CTHere Be Dragons: Building Trust & Security
Dave Lewis, Global Advisory CISO, Duo Security
When we were kids growing up, we had a wonderful view of what the future could bring. There was a wild-eyed amusement and joy in everything. Now we find ourselves executing on our fiduciary responsibilities and protecting our networks the world over, and things aren’t quite how we imagined. Join us for this session as we discuss how to recapture that love of our jobs, with zero trust as a way we can better use tools we have to augment security while staying within budget. You’ll hear how to better leverage security tools to secure the workplace, workforce and workloads – and how companies will need to consolidate and optimize their toolsets for improved trust and reduced risk.

Wednesday, October 14, 2020
10:00 a.m. - 10:45 a.m. CTThe Tao of Cyber Resiliency and “the Way of Adaptive Security”
Rick McElroy, Head of Security Strategy , VMware Carbon Black
To combat the modern threat landscape and ensure the security of our digital transformed organizations, we must make resiliency part of our daily work. Cyber resiliency should seek to be efficient, direct and simple. It should be built into our teams, our processes and our technology stacks. But how do we get there? Join us for a thought-provoking and entertaining session on meaningful movement towards resiliency and how we can achieve the Tao of Cyber Resiliency. You’ll learn strategies and tactics for building resiliency into your people, process and technologies that will better defend your home field.
1:00 p.m. - 1:45 p.m. CTThe Era of Flux and Transformation for Security Strategies
Scott Lenheim, Sr. Partner Development Manager, Cyber Security Practice Lead , Microsoft
The era of flux and transformation is here bringing new challenges that threaten the security landscape. Join us to learn how Microsoft is building key partnerships that address a breadth of security for customers with M365 and Azure Security.