RSA Conference 2013

February 25, 2013 - March 1, 2013

Moscone Center - San Francisco, California


TCG Activities at RSA Conference 2013:

Monday Association Seminar:

When: Monday, February 25, 2013 | 10:00am - 2:00pm

Where: Esplanade Rooms, Moscone Center South

Trusted Computing: Billions of Secure Endpoints in 10 Years:

Opening with a provocative keynote focused on the day-to-day security challenges in a complex, many-user, sprawling enterprise environment, with some insight into the role of trusted systems.

Sessions following included:

Paul Roberts, Security Ledger, addressed today's and tomorrow's threats and led a panel of users and technologists on the pros and cons of various solutions. Industry participants discussed:

  • Recent NIST 800-155 publications
  • Role of the TPM in identifying platform integrity changes
  • Trusted Computing as a foundation for Windows 8 Security

Phil Schacter, Managing Vice President, Security and Risk Management, Gartner for Technical Professionals, highlighted network security trends from an industry perspective, featuring:

  • BYOD as a driver for NAC
  • Identity and application context for network access
  • Monitoring strategies for the internal cloud

Eric Ogren, Ogren Group, led tje third session focused on data protection.

  • Business drivers for BYOD - convenience or cost?
  • Role of data protection in BYOD
  • How do network access and authentication implementations differ?

 Reference Materials:

TCG Seminar-Speaker Agenda 

Time Session Speaker(s) 
10:00AM Welcome and Opening Remarks Brian Berger, Trusted Computing Group Director 
10:05AM Keynote Session: Top 10 Priorities in IT Security for the County of Los Angeles and the Importance of Inudstry Standards 
Robert Pittman, MPA, CISM
Chief Information Security Officer
County of Los Angeles 
10:30AM Panel Session: Advanced Persistent Threats and NIST SP 800-147 and NIST SP 800-155
Moderator: Paul Roberts, Security Ledge
Panelists: Frank Molsberry, Dell
Stacy Cannady, DMI
Sunil Gottumukkala, Microsoft
Dave Waltermire, NIST 
11:15AMNetworking Break and Demonstration Showcase 
11:30AMPanel Session: Network Security, Critical Infrastructure and BYOD
Moderator: Phil Schacter, Gartner
Panelists: Phyllis Lee, NSA
Steve Venema, The Boeing Company
Bob Thibadeau, Wave Systems Corp. 
12:15PMLunch and Demonstration Showcase 
1:00PMPanel Session: Protecting Content from Unauthorized Access
Moderator: Eric Ogren, Ogren Group
Panelists: Jon Rolf, NSA
Michael Willett, Samsung
Hussein Syed, Barnabas Health
Clain Anderson, Lenovo 
1:45PMClosing Remarks and Raffle Drawing 
1:55PMNetworking Break and Demonstration Showcase 



TCG Members Speaking at RSA: 

February 26, 2012 1:10 PM - 2:10 PM
Security Automation: What's Working, What's Not?
For some of us, security automation has been great - handling routine tasks like gathering data for compliance reports.  For others, it has been a pain - like when it misses a critical problem.  Let's gather to share what's working for us today and what's not in the area of security automation: best and worst practices.
Stephen Hanna, Distinguished Engineer, Juniper Networks, TCG TNC Co-chair

February 27, 2012 10:40 AM - 11:40 AM
Room 310

DSP-W23 - Data Breach Law Update - Global Trends, Legal Complexities

Lucy Thomson - Attorney, CSC

Thomas Smedinghoff - Partner, Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP
Robert Thibadeau - Senior Vice President, Wave Systems
Eric Hibbard - Chief Technology Officer Security and Privacy, Hitachi Data Systems

February 28, 2012 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Upgrade to a Machine Gun - Automate Your Defenses
Technology Infrastructure (TECH-R35)
Infosec attacks were automated long ago. Why are we still using manual defenses, making expensive human analysts piece things together from logs and using multiple consoles to manually correlate data from numerous sources? Security automation experts from NIST and Trusted Computing Group will show you how to use the latest open standards and architectures to build an automated defense system.
Stephen Hanna, Distinguished Engineer, Juniper Networks, TCG TNC Co-chair
David Waltermire, Security Automation Architect, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

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