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March 2014

BYOS - Bring Your Own Stuff

Recorded Live: Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Start Time: 9:00 a.m. US Pacific/ 12:00 p.m. US Eastern/ 4:00 p.m. London

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Web Conference Overview:

Last year everyone was worried about the Cloud and Consumerization.  The cloud sort of took off, after we figured it out, but consumerization (aka Bring Your Own Device – BYOD) went wild.  We saw the expansion of BYOD (really, BYO computer) to BYOC (BYO communications), to BYOI (identity), and BYOS (software).  As we dealt with issues of corporate data and personal data on the same device last year, we never even thought about communication, identity, or software as issues.  

But now it is all about bringing your own "stuff”  (BYOS).  Furthermore, as BYOS grows exponentially, boundaries become blurred.  How will we be able to separate corporate from personal?  What happens when you leave the company?  Who owns the phone number that was used for work, or the email address you used to post for social media, or even the software you used to perform your job?  These issues are just the tip of the iceberg in the BYOS world.

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Bill Burns - Silicon Valley, USA Chapter
Executive-In-Residence, Scale Venture Partners

Bill Burns is currently an Executive-In-Residence at the venture capital firm Scale Venture Partners where he provides strategic advice in the security space.

Most recently at Netflix, Bill's teams provided security leadership for corporate IT, virtualized the DVD side of the business and helped transitioned Netflix corporate and production systems to be all-cloud. During his tenure, his teams supported Netflix's expansion from a US company to 41-country international business, with 2x revenue and subscriber growth. They emphasized automation, technical innovation and building strong internal and vendor partnerships to take smart risks. His teams designed and ran virtualized PCI infrastructure before "virtualization" was a word in PCI-DSS, developed Amazon's CloudHSM to protect sensitive keys in IaaS, and deployed one of the largest hybrid cloud WAF networks.

Bill's been granted one computer security patent, with another pending. He is an active advisor to several security startups, and is member of the RSA Conference Program Committee, ISSA CISO Forum Advisory Committee and ISSA CISO Career Lifecycle Committee.

Bill has 20 years of experience in security, specializing in cryptography and communications, and graduated from Michigan Technological University with electrical engineering and business degrees.

Garrett Felix - ISSA Fellow, Delaware Valley, USA Chapter
Information Security Officer & Privacy Officer, MediFit

Garrett Felix has been in the Information Security Industry for 14 years and currently serves as the Information Security Officer and Privacy Officer of MediFit, national leader of managed employer and community wellness programs. Garrett is an ISSA Fellow and currently serves on the Advisory Council for the CISO Executive Forum and is a member of the Delaware Valley Chapter. Garrett also served as the Chapter President for the Central Pennsylvania ISSA Chapter from 2006-2009.


In addition to his involvement with the ISSA, Garrett is actively involved in the Information Security Industry and presents at national and international conferences, serves as a guest columnist on business security topics, and on various conference committees. He is also an advocate for providing mentoring opportunities to those looking to enter information security and information technology careers, and has taught college courses in Computer and Information Security.

Brian Tokuyoshi
Senior Solutions Analyst, Palo Alto Networks

Brian Tokuyoshi is a Senior Solutions Analyst for Palo Alto Networks, where he researches the mobility and wireless network security landscape.

Brian has an extensive career in computer security, with domain expertise in encryption, data protection and identity. Previously, Brian worked for PGP Corporation, Symantec and ActivIdentity, and served as senior market analyst for identity and cryptography at The Radicati Group.

Hari M. Pendyala - ISSA Senior Member, Chennai, Asia Pacific Chapter
ISSA Web Conference Committee, Session Moderator

Hari M. Pendyala is an ISSA Senior Member and has been member of ISSA since 2004. He is a founding Board Member and President of ISSA-Bangalore Chapter.

Hari is currently working as Director and Chief Advisor for Zraddhaa Information Services Pvt. Ltd.; which provides Information Security Services in India, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia and South Korea. He has 18+ years in the field of Information Security. He is a CISSP, CISM and ITIL v3 certified professional.

Hari has served as board member for Silicon Valley ISSA, holding various roles from 2004 till 2009. He thoroughly enjoys teaching and mentoring K-8 kids about Robotics and other science topics. He is also an avid proponent of Renewable Energy systems, specifically Solar.

Hari has Master’s in Computer Engineering from Florida Atlantic University, Florida and Bachelor's in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from S.V. University, Tirupati, India.


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