COSAC 2016 & SABSA World Congress Programme

SUNDAY 2 OCTOBER 2016

TIME DETAILS
1930 - 2000 Delegate Registration
1930 - 2000 Drinks Reception - sponsored by Killashee
2000 onward COSAC 2016 Welcome Dinner


MONDAY 3 OCTOBER 2016
COSAC MASTERCLASSES


TIME CODE SESSION DETAILS SPEAKER COMPANY
0900 - 0930     Registration and Coffee
0930 - 1730 M1 16th International Roundtable Security Forum John O'Leary O'Leary Management Education
M2 Privacy in the 21st Century: Conundrum or Cliché?
Part 1 – Why We Must Understand Privacy
Part 2 – What Price Our Data Privacy?
Part 3 – When Privacy Goes Poof!
Part 4 – Ethics as Pacemaker: Regulating the
Heart of Privacy
Todd Fitzgerald
Sían John
Richard Thieme
Valerie Lyons
Grant Thornton
Symantec
ThiemeWorks
Irish Centre for Cloud Computing & Commerce
M3 The 2nd COSAC ‘Design-Off’ Jason Kobes
William Schultz
Kobes InfoSec
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
1100 - 1120     Morning Coffee
1300 - 1400     Lunch
1530 - 1550     Afternoon Tea
1900 - 1930 Drinks Reception
1930 onward Dinner


TUESDAY 4 OCTOBER 2016

TIME CODE SESSION DETAILS SPEAKER COMPANY
0900 - 0930     Registration and Coffee
0930 - 1030 1A Next Generation Cyber Protection in Retail Werner Thalmeier Radware
1B How to Get Heard Martin de Vries Rabobank
1S Practical Process Decomposition Andrew S. Townley Archistry
1030 - 1050     Morning Coffee
1050 - 1150 2A RAT Hunting Rob Hale Lockheed Martin
2B From Director IT Security to Chief Cook & Bottle Wash Michael Hirschfeld Department of Finance
(Australia)
2S Modelling Security Architecture Narendra Ramakrishna SEAM Advisory & Consulting
1200 - 1300 3A Anti-Ransomware G. Mark Hardy National Security Corporation
3B 2020 Vision for the 2020 CISO Todd Fitzgerald Grant Thornton
3S Modelling Security Zones Jaco Jacobs Accenture
1300 - 1400     Lunch
1400 - 1500 4A Big Data for Cyber Security: Golden Eggs or a Stinky Mess Marleen van Emmerik Ideas-to-Interconnect
4B The Emergence of Security Education: Comparative Analysis of Curricula in the Netherlands Esther van Luit Deloitte
4S An Alignment Framework for Risk Management Leslie Thoka
Jenith Varughese
Standard Bank
Standard Bank
1510 - 1610 5A Scenario Analytics: Unknown Knowns in Your Data Andrew Lea Primary Key
5B Hacking the HR Supply Chain K. Patrick Wheeler Catella Bank
5S Value-based Risk Management William Schultz Vanderbilt University Medical Center
1610 - 1630     Afternoon Tea
1630 - 1730 6A Big Data in Healthcare John O'Leary O’Leary Management Education
6B Women in Security: Drivers & Challenges Esther van Luit Deloitte
6S Leveraging SABSA in the NIST Risk Management Framework Jason Kobes Kobes InfoSec
1745 - 1845 7P From Zero to SABSA: A Journey in Financial Services Dimitrios Delivasilis VISA
2000 - 2030      Drinks Reception
2030 onwards      COSAC Gala Dinner & Networking


WEDNESDAY 5 OCTOBER 2016

TIME CODE SESSION DETAILS SPEAKER COMPANY
0900 - 0930     Registration and Coffee
0930 - 1030 8A Enumerating Software Security Design Flaws Throughout the SSDLC John Willis Pinfosec
8B More Complex Challenges in Security G. Mark Hardy
Char Sample
National Security Corporation
University of Warwick (UK)
& Army Research Labs (USA)
8S Implementing a GRC Framework for a Fortune 500 Company: Challenges, Rationale & Requirements Andrew S. Townley Archistry
1030 - 1050     Morning Coffee
1050 - 1150 9A Security Aspects of the Blockchain Ecosystem Rahul Lobo Ernst & Young
9B Meaningful, Repeatable, Successful Security Assessments Glen Bruce Deloitte
9S Finally! A GRC Reference Architecture Maurice Smit IRSC
1200 - 1300 10A The End of Banking as We Know It” G. Mark Hardy National Security Corporation
10B Information Governance on the Edge Matthew Pemble Goucher Consulting
10S Governing Cyber Defence through the GRC Reference Architecture Malcolm Shore Exosoft
1300 - 1400     Lunch
1400 - 1500 11A Threat Analysis Revisited Char Sample University of Warwick (UK)
& Army Research Labs (USA)
11B The Air Source Heat Pump is Stagnant Helvi Salminen
Tuija Kohonen
Gemalto
WeAre Solutions
11S Aligning SABSA with Software Engineering Jason Kobes
David Bixler
Kobes InfoSec
Northrop Grumman Mission Systems
1510 - 1610 12A Security Service Design Chris Blunt Axenic
12B Guerrilla Style Awareness Karel Koster Ingenico ePayments
12S Improving Software through Better Architectural Choices Brenda Langedijk Software Improvement Group
1610 - 1630     Afternoon Tea
1630 - 1730 13P Tony Sale Memorial Session
Phishing Without Computers
John O’Leary Banking Security
O’Leary Management Education
1730 - 1830 14P COSAC Rump Session Various Facilitated by David Lynas,
COSAC Chairman
1830 - 1845 Conference close


THURSDAY 1 OCTOBER 2015
Post-Conference Workshops (optional)

TIME CODE SESSION DETAILS SPEAKER COMPANY
0900 - 0930     Registration and Coffee
0930 - 1300 W1 Managing Incidents John O'Leary O’Leary Management Education
W2 COSACopoly: A Surprisingly Serious Approach to Enterprise Security Chris Blunt
Lisa Lorenzin
Axenic
Pulse Secure
W3 Future Issues: An Early Look at Research & What it Means for Our Industry Andy Clark
Char Sample
Primary Key
University of Warwick (UK)
& Army Research Labs (USA)
1300 - 1400     Lunch
1400 - 1600 SABSA Open Forum Meeting SABSA Institute SABSA Institute


The above timetable is preliminary, some details may be subject to change.


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