• 2nd Annual Global
    Cyber Future Summit 2017
    Cyber Future Foundation caps October, National Cybersecurity Awareness Month
  • Global Cyber Leaders to Convene in Dallas, TX
    to Establish a Trusted Future in Cyberspace

About Cyber Future Summit

Cyber Future Summit is a unique event focusing on action towards building a collaborative and trusted global platform for cyber. The Summit is presented by CFF in an interactive and leadership exercise format, where the leaders and futurists from different walks of life will gather not only to share ideas of building a trusted cyber but actually creating definite actionable guidance and frameworks towards Trusted Cyber and take it back to their respective constituencies.

Summit Details

When

Action Groups: Workshop Sessions
Thursday October 05, 2017
12:00 PM to 6:00 PM

Full Summit: Public Sessions
Friday October 06, 2017
8:00 AM to 6:30 PM

Where

2943 SMU Boulevard, Dallas, TX 75205

What

Breakfast Opening Keynote
Press Conference
Three Keynote Sessions
CFF Track Panels
Tabletop Exercises
Cyber Leadership Workshops

Summit Registration


Featuring

  • Cyber Workforce Developmnet
  • Cyber Taskforce Intelligent Transportation
  • Cyber Insurance Forum
  • Cyber Crime Response

Presented by

Cyber Future Foundation

In Collaboration with

2017 Action Group Discussion Forums and Summit Agenda*

* While the Summit theames are confirmed, the actual schedule and order of sessions are subject to change based on speaker assignments
Thursday, 5th October, 2017
Schedule Topic Details
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Registration
1:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Bush Center Hall
Action Group Workshop and Discussion Forums
1:00 PM - 1:05 PM
Bush Center Hall
CFF Forum Opening Remarks Cyber Future Summit Chair
1:05 PM - 1:15 PM
Bush Center Hall
Forum Welcome Address Cyber Future Foundation Chairman
1:15 PM - 2:30 PM
Bush Center Hall A
Intelligent Transportation Cyber Task Force Workshop CFF Cyber Task Force & Action Group
Chaired by: Cyber Task Force Co-Chair
Workshop Objective:

The the Cyber Task Force for the crucial Intelligent Transportation ecosystem was formed by CFF in partnership with Intelligent Transportation Society of America.

The CTF has been entrusted with the responsibility of leading the establishment of the norms, principles, guidelines and framework for ensuring safety, security and privacy within this integrated sector with adoption across the public-private partners in this ecosystem.
This workshop will be checkpoint for the ongoing effort of the Cyber Task Force in reviewing the initial document prepared by the group. The highlights of the working group outcome will be presented and discussed in the Panel during the Summit on the following day.
1:15 PM - 2:30 PM
Bush Center Hall B
Cyber Education & Workforce Development Workshop CFF Cyber Certification and Accreditation Program Action Group
Chaired by: Cyber Task Force Co-Chair
Workshop Objective:

The the Cyber Certification and Accreditation Program was established by the CFF Cyber Trust Institite to Develop and administer a cyber security higher education accreditation and rating program globally

Since its inception in February 2017, the CAP Action Group has been working with various stakeholders towards:
  • Develop a framework for cybersecurity institutional qualification from surveying cybersecurity professionals and Cyber Future Council Members
  • Administer Cybersecurity Certification and Accreditation program to a pilot group of institutions of higher education
  • Make accreditation list of education institutions, faculties and program candidate students available to the participating organizations
  • Vertically integrated program building a strong framework from academic readiness of the workforce, professional continuing education and leadership advancement

This workshop will be checkpoint for the ongoing effort of the CAP Action group in reviewing the initial document prepared by the group. The highlights of the working group outcome will be presented and discussed in the Panel during the Summit on the following day.
2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Bush Center Hall A
Cyber Risk Insurance Workshop CFF Cyber Insurance Action Group
Chaired by: Cyber Task Force Co-Chair
Workshop Objective:

The Cyber Risk Insurance Action Group was formed to address the industry need for developing a framework for cybersecurity institutional qualification by surveying cybersecurity professionals and Cyber Future Council Members. The CRI Action Group is mandated for:
  • Setting up the problem of the wild wild West of cyber risk insurance in that many companies are out there operating without a solid foundation in writing policies without any standards or guiding principles. This is creating difficulties for the insurance companies to properly assess their risks and even more difficulties for business consumers to evaluate and understand the quality of the insurance coverage that they are actually obtaining;
  • Creating the first round of questions to start working toward solving the problem by establishing a set of proposed standards to be used to bring uniformity to the industry. These questions will then be used to facilitate the discussion for the cyber insurance working group workng on the framework.

This workshop will be checkpoint for the ongoing effort of the CRI Action group in reviewing the initial document prepared by the group. The highlights of the working group outcome will be presented and discussed in the Panel during the Summit on the following day.
2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Bush Center Hall B
Cyber Law, Cyber Crime & Incident Response Workshop CFF Cyber Law and Cyber Crime Response Action Group
Chaired by: Cyber Task Force Co-Chair
Workshop Objective:

CFF Cyber Law and Cyber Crime Response Action Group was formed as a Public-Private Partnership/PPP to address macro issues related to cyber crime and the legal framework required to enforcement and response. The initial PPP working group was formed with the regional and federal law enforcement officials in the North Texas region and the effor expanded to a national and global level, involving collaborative action across a wide ranging global law enforcement and public/private sector stakeholders.

The CLC Action Group so far has held various Table Top Exercises, Forums and Workshops to collaboratively build a network of active practiontioners who are involved in ramping up the law enforcement support to address cyber undesirable actors. The CLC action group is mandated with the following activities:
  • Develop a network for collaborative action on developing cyber legal framework and actively prepare the community for resiliency in the face of potential and imminent cyber threats
  • Provide a wide network for information sharing and incident response support across various agencies, private sector industry participants and NGOs
  • Advovate long term planning and policy measures, as well as leading practices for gathering, and applying threat intelligence and proactively support incident response
This workshop will be checkpoint for the ongoing effort of the CLC Action group in reviewing the initial document prepared by the group. The highlights of the working group outcome will be presented and discussed in the Panel during the Summit on the following day.
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Bush Center Hall A
Cyber Executive and Leadership Decision Workshop CFF Leadership Enablement and Advancement Program Action Group
Chaired by: Cyber Task Force Co-Chair
Workshop Objective:

The Leadership Enablement and Advancement Program was commissioned by CFF Cyber Trust Institute in July 2017 towards enabling the Board and C-Level executives with cybersecurity knowledge and information so as to aid informed decision making for their organizations

The CFF CTI CAP LEAP action group is mandated with the following activities:
  • Establish and Maintain a cybersecurity body of knowledge for executive enablement
  • Outreach and partner with executive associations to support their enablement mission
  • Prepare and Promote content for cybersecurity education for executives
  • Hold regular round-tables for ensuring alignment with the needs of community
  • Hold townhalls with practitioner community to ensure expectation flows downstream
  • Vertically integrate the knowledge domains into CFF’s Cyber Education for Future
This workshop will be checkpoint for the ongoing effort of the LEAP Action group in reviewing the initial document prepared by the group. The highlights of the working group outcome will be presented and discussed in the Panel during the Summit on the following day.
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Bush Center Hall B
Cyber Global Governance Framework Workshop CFF Cyber Global Governance Action Group
Chaired by: Cyber Task Force Co-Chair
Workshop Objective:

The Cyber Global Governance Action Group is the latest commissioned group within CFF focused on long term impact of cyber and the governance framework and architecture required for the global internet. The motivation for this Action Group came from the relentless effort by various global bodies including United Nations GGE which concluded the 2016-17 session with much deliberation but without a consensus statement. It is CFF's strong belief that the the development and sustainance of a new Global Governance Architecture for the Internet is a need of the hour and public-private partnership model could take the work the UN GGE forward and actually bring about something substantial and concrete. The UN GGE is United Nations Group of Governmental Experts on Developments in the Field of Information and Telecommunications in the Context of International Security which is a UN-mandated working group in the field of information security.

The CFF CGG action group is mandated to follow on the work done by various stakeholders towards the issues such as:
  • Addressing emerging risks (including the use of ICT for organized crime and terrorism)
  • Capacity-building measures to be undertaken at national and organizational levels
  • Confidence-building measures that need to be taken across nations
  • Development of global norms towards
    • Raising awareness among senior decision-makers
    • Defning protocols for notifications about incidents
    • Warnings when critical infrastructure is attacked
    • Preventing non-state actors from conducting cyber-attacks
  • This workshop will be checkpoint for the ongoing effort of the CGG Action group in reviewing the initial document prepared by the group. The highlights of the working group outcome will be presented and discussed in the Panel during the Summit on the following day.
    Friday, 6th October, 2017
    Schedule Topic Details
    8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Registration
    8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Registration & Continental breakfast  
    8:30 AM - 5:30 PM General Session CFF General Plenary Body
    8:30 AM - 9:00 AM CFF Spotlight Opening Keynote CFF Special Guest to be Announced
    9:00 AM - 9:05 AM
    Seminar Hall
    Summit Introduction Cyber Future Foundation Chairman
    9:05 AM - 9:10 AM
    Seminar Hall
    Opening Remarks Cyber Future Summit 2017 Chair
    9:10 AM - 9:15 AM
    Seminar Hall
    Launch of Cyber Future Society CFF Special Guest
    9:15 AM - 9:30 AM
    Seminar Hall
    Press Conference CFF Founding Trustees
    9:30 AM - 10:00 AM
    Seminar Hall
    Plenary Session 1
    Future of Cyber and How we are preparing for it:
    CFF's 2018 Annual Plan
    Members of Cyber Future Council
    10:00 AM - 10:30 AM
    Seminar Hall
    Plenary Session 2
    Anticipating disruption and embracing innovation in an Artificial Intelligence driven world. The next disruptive innovative technology, is going to be created by AI and not Human Intelligence. The Hottest topic in Tech, are we ready for it?
    Chair: Co-Chair, Cyber Trust Institute Action Group
    Speakers: Cyber Trust Institute Think Tank Panel

    Motivation, Intent, Outcome:

    We are living in a time of constant technology led disruption, the pace of change is set to only accelerate. With the interconnectedness of this sprawling digital infrastructure on which the global economy runs, cybersecurity is of paramount importance. It is worthwhile not only addressing cybersecurity requirements within the individual innovation in technology, but also equally important to that the integration and interaction of these technologies are secure. In this panel we will take the most important and disruptive of current innovation ecosystem: AI and outline how we can ensure that we can ensure security, safety and privacy in the age of AI.
    10:30 AM - 10:45 AM Morning Break
    10:45 AM - 11:15 AM
    Seminar Hall
    Plenary Session 3
    Blazing through a trail of success with a new Cybersecurity Program. Lessons learnt from organizational transition and transformation as a Chief Security Officer.
    Chair: Co-Chair, Cyber Defense Alliance
    Speakers: CFF LEAP Program Steering Committee

    Motivation, Intent, Outcome:

    Being a new CSO/CISO, the honeymoon lasts only so long. At many times CISOs have to be the bearer of bad news, identifying the challenges and issues associated with the organization, its current state of cybersecurity and practices, and translating them to businesses cases could be an uphill task. Sometimes it matters who the CSO/CISO reports to and other times it matters what they have authority and budget for. At times, it is combination of the two together. In a tightly knit community such as cybersecuity it is essential for those who have been there and done that share their experiences and collectively succeed as a professional community. This panel will consider the recipes for success in a new CSO/CISO role and the do's and don'ts in the initial days.
    11:15 AM - 11:45 AM
    Seminar Hall
    Plenary Session 4
    Developing a secure connected world through Cyber Education and Workforce Development. How can we address the talent shortfall in Cybersecurity.
    Chair: Co-Chair CFF Cybersecurity Certification and Accreditation Program
    Speakers: CAP Steering Committee Members and Executive Stakeholders

    Motivation, Intent, Outcome:

    Preparing for connected digital world of the future needs investment today in not only technology but also talent. With automation and scale of technology outpacing the human capabilities, it is essential for us to identify and train today's and future talent on areas where human capability will be put to most beneficial use. The current demand of cybersecurity professionals and the short supply has only increased the gap between the organization's preparedness for addressing cyber challenges and the adverseries that are looking for every opportunity to exploit cyber vulnerabilities of any form technology or human users. This shortfall in cyber talent needs a concerted effort across public, private and academia to put together a standard framework for cybersecurity education and continuously improve upon current talent quality and capacity of cybersecurity professional talent pool. This panel will discuss the various options considered by the Certification and Accreditation Program towards standardizing cybersecurity education at all levels.
    11:45 AM - 12:00 PM
    Seminar Hall
    The Role of Government in Ensuring Cybersecurity for securing the Nation and its Economy CFF Special Guest to be Announced
    12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    State Hall
    Lunch
    12:30 PM - 1:00 PM
    State Hall
    CFF Spotlight Luncheon Keynote CFF Special Guest to be Announced
    1:00 PM - 1:30 PM
    Seminar Hall
    Breakout Session 1
    Intelligent Transportation, the Cyber Implications. Defining the cybersecurity framework and guidance for transportation of the future.
    Chair: Co-Chair Cyber Task Force on Intelligent Transportation
    Speakers: Cyber Task Force on Intelligent Transportation, Steering Committee Members

    Motivation, Intent, Outcome:

    We are seeing an incredible rise of interest and adoption in the intelligent transportation ecosystem. Traditional automakers as well as technology giants are in a race to outpace eachother and launch the next level of automated vehicle. This is not only disruptive technology, but has immense social implications in providing consistency and safety on the roads our daily commute, decreasing traffic congestion and accidents, by increasing road safety. However this would be only possible and as reliable or better as a human driver when vehicle and infrastructure have secure communication backbone and platform. With intelligent transportation there is also an increasing concern for privacy as more more personal data and mata is going to be collected and shared within the ecosystem. This panel from the Cyber Task Force for Intelligent Transportation will bring forth the points of deliberation on the safety, security and privacy aspects of intelligent transportation ecosystems and their implications on the society, as to how we can realize the full potential of this incredible opportunity.
    1:00 PM - 1:30 PM
    Hall of State
    Breakout Session 2
    Cyber Insurance is a Risk Management tool and the Challenges and Opportunities ahead of us in defining a structured approach.
    Chair: Chairman, Cyber Risk Insurance Action Group
    Speakers: Cyber Risk Insurance Steering Committee Members and Executive Stakeholders

    Motivation, Intent, Outcome:

    Cyber Insurance is a Risk Management tool which is still not well defined and clearly structured. What have we learnt from our experience that we can apply to address the need of a mature cyber insurance framework. Challenges and Opportunities ahead of us. We need to consider the available options in the market and their structure such as coverage, exclusions and conditions, from the buyer side it is important to understand these critical aspects so as to make buying decisions. The broader aspect of systemic as well as cyber risk needs to be considered from an assesor as well as buyer point of view. We also need to consider the support for this industry by government policy and regulations. Altogether, the panel will discuss the various aspects of cyber risk and cyber insurance as an instrument for mitigating them.
    1:30 PM - 2:00 PM
    Seminar Hall
    Breakout Session 3
    Responding to One Ransomware at a Time cannot be the Solution. How can we address the need for a cyber legal framework and associated incident response mechanism
    Chair: Chairman, CFF Cyber Law and Cyber Crime Response Action Group
    Speakers: CFF Cyber Law and Cyber Crime Response Action Group Steering Committee Members

    Motivation, Intent, Outcome:

    How can public-private partnership assist with the development, implementation and evolution of national and global Cyber Legal Frameworks to address the evolving Cyber Challenges. While law enforcement communities around the world share information on traditional crime, cyber crime related issues face a signficant challenge as the data is usually held closer to the end users and victims in the private sector, sometimes spannig across industries. Though we have seen significant improvement in outreach and cooperation between private sector organization and law enfocement agencies, there still many thorny issues to be discussed and resolved betweent he two - this includes the lawful government access to consumer and business data for aiding investigations. A structured legal framework for information sharing and general collaboration norms would aid this effort significantly. This panel, most of whom are closely working towards this direction and have first hand experience will share their experience and aid in the development of these norms and policies.
    1:30 PM - 2:00 PM
    Hall of State
    Breakout Session 4
    In a Digital Connected World with billions of humans and several billions devices how to trust who is who. What are the advances and best practices required for Digital Identity?
    Chair: Co-Chair, CFF Truster Digital Identity Action Group
    Speakers: CFF Trusted Digital Identity Focus Group Steering Committee Members

    Motivation, Intent, Outcome:

    Digital world needs a digital identity for every connected device and ever more trusted identity for the humans who interface with it, and the ability to discern between the two is going to determine the success of our cybersecurity measures. Without identification and attribution there is no accountability. Identity is the new perimeter and in a rapidly expanding digital world, it is the most crucial element determining the extent of the organization and its access to its information assets. This panel will determine advances and best practices required for digital identity for the digital economy.
    2:00 PM - 2:30 PM
    Seminar Hall
    Breakout Session 5
    Cyber assurance model for the future. How we can build a sustainable and scalable third/fourth party assurance model.
    Chair: Co-Chair, Cyber Defense Alliance
    Speakers: Cyber Defense Alliance Steering Committee Members

    Motivation, Intent, Outcome:

    As we get more and more connected and dispersed the Cyber supply chain gets deeper and broader. There is an increasing presence of cloud based services, IoT devices and brokered data services. While these provide opportunities for business growth at an incredible pace, it also exposes the business and associated data to greater perils. In this scenario the old questionnaire based third party assessment becomes not only obsolete but also utterly inefficient. We need to have a scalable and sustainable operational model for assuring the standards of cybersecurity practices of the third/fourth parties and onward. This panel will discuss the issues related to cyber assurance of third parties and outline a direction of effectively ensuring the sanctity of the cyber supply chain.
    2:00 PM - 2:30 PM
    Seminar Hall
    Breakout Session 6
    We are transforming the fabric of international trade and commerce with Blockchain technology and digital currency. How secure is blockchain and how can we help business with this transformation journey?
    Chair: Co-chair, Cyber Defense Alliance Action Group on Innovation
    Speakers: Cyber Defense Alliance Institute Steering Committee Members

    Motivation, Intent, Outcome:

    A lot of guarnatees and big bets are being placed on using block chain for significantly transforming several fundamental platforms in today's technology. These range from the talks of creating a more secure internet protocol using blockchain (IPFS - Inter Planatory File System), to disruptive Fintech solutions based on block chain, smart contracts and many more. It is worth noting that blockchain is based on current fundamental protocols, including encryption that drive the current internet. Besides the number of independent implementation and still immature protocols around this implementation are set to pose as great risk to running business on them. This panel will discuss the different implications of Blockchain technology and its challenges with respect to cybersecurity as we know it.
    3:00 PM - 3:15 PM Afternoon Break
    3:15 PM - 3:45 PM
    Seminar Hall
    Plenary Session 5
    Cybersecurity has emerged as an essential board topic. How can the executive and board room officers be swiftly enabled to have an intelligent discussion so as to make informed decision.
    Chair: Co-Chair, CFF Leadership Enablement and Advancement Program
    Speakers: CFF LEAP Steering Committee Members

    Motivation, Intent, Outcome:

    The need for continued executive and board enablement is a crucial to the progress being made in addressing the cyber challenges of today and turning these into opportunities of tomorrow. This is not only essential for the success of the organization, but even basic survival. Establishing a cybersecurity body of knowledge for executive enablement is a necessary step towards this direction. CFF's efforts need a deliberate attempt and focused plan towards partnering with executive associations to consolidate the body of knowledge and aid in its dissemination. This panel will discuss the essential elments of vertically integrated knowledge domains that need to included and the options for operationalizing this program.
    3:45 AM - 4:15 AM
    Seminar Hall
    Plenary Session 6
    Cybersecurity for the Digital Age: The Challenge of the Millennium needs the Millennials to solve it. How can we engage the innovators and the most active users of Digital and Social to solve an issue for themselves.
    Chair: Co-chair, Cyber Defense Alliance Action Group on Innovation
    Speakers: CFF Millennial Council

    Motivation, Intent, Outcome:

    Cybersecurity is a fascinating field for anyone, it is highly in demand, full of exhilerating challenges and still significantly underinvested, with room to only grow further. Another fascinating fact is that it is the most significant manifestation of connectedness that the millennial generation is known for. We are seeing an increasing number of talent in the millenial generation being attracted to careers in cybersecurity, however do we fully understand their thought process? It is essential that we ask the millenials engaged in the profession themselves. This panel of some talented millenial leaders discuss how the profession and a career in cyber appears to them.
    4:15 PM - 4:45 PM
    Seminar Hall
    Plenary Session 7
    CFF Cyber Governance and Architecture Program Panel
    Chair: Chairman, Cyber Global Governance Program
    Speakers: Cyber Global Governance Program Steering Committee Members

    Motivation, Intent, Outcome:

    There has been relentless effort by various global bodies towards building global cyber norms. It is CFF's strong belief that the the development and sustainance of a new Global Governance Architecture for the Internet is a need of the hour and public-private partnership model could take the work the UN GGE forward and actually bring about something substantial and concrete. This panel will discuss the consolidated approach from the initial workshop and effort towards establishing global cyber norms and towards the macro level problems of cyber affecting the global internet. This group will also discuss the various efforts and stakeholders in place and provide direction for the CFF commitment towards orchestrating the required efforts to bring about a global consensus along with critical and leading stakeholders in this space.
    4:45 PM - 5:15 PM
    Seminar Hall
    Plenary Session 8
    Cybersecurity requirements for a safe Civil Society, ensuring cybersecurity in critical infrastructure serving public good. What are the expected global norms and policies.
    Chair: Chairman, Cyber Trust Institute Action Group on International Norms
    Speakers: Cyber Peace Initiative Steering Committee Members

    Motivation, Intent, Outcome:

    We take many things for granted in life such as uninturrupted power and utilities, safe roads and infrastructure. In a hyperconnected world we have to make a concerted effort to ensure that technolgy vulnerabilities are not exploited to disrupt this basic expectation of a civil society. Consumer protection, safety, and privacy is a basic expectation of a civil society, and it needs to be granted to every law abiding citizen. These basic norms and expectations need to be agreed upon in terms of multi-country or bilateral agreements to ensure there is a neutral approach to consumer protection. Standardizing the definition of sectors associated with critical infrastructure and ensuring end user protection as a basic right would need the industry and governments to work hand in hand in agreeinf to these basic rights. This panel will consider the scenarios associated with these basic critical infrastructure and consumer protection issues and identify the direction to be taken to address them.
    5:15 PM - 5:30 PM
    Seminar Hall
    Closing Remarks & Summit Resolution Chairman, Cyber Future Foundation

    Cyber Future Foundation and the convening members will take a resolution based on the Annual Planning Meeting discussions for implementation and execution in the following plan year.
    5:30 PM - 6:00 PM CFF Networking Reception

    CFS Spotlight Speakers

    Luis Aguilar
    Former Commissioner, US Securities Exchange Commission
    Partner, Falcon Cyber & Independent Director

    Larry Clinton

    President & CEO, Internet Security Alliance

    Editor, the Cyber Social Contract

    Admiral (Ret.) Patrick Walsh

    SVP, iSight Partners, A FireEye Company
    Former 59th Commander of US Pacific Fleet
    Kiersten Todt
    Former Executive Director, US Presidential Commission on Cyber

    Dr. Larry Ponemon

    Founder & Chairman
    The Ponemon Institute

    Rob Knanke

    Whitney Shepardson Senior Fellow
    Council on Foreign Relations
    Peter Gouldmann
    Chief Risk Officer
    US Department of State

    Sonny Bhagowalia

    US Deputy Asst. Secretary for Information Systems
    CIO, US Dept. of Treasury

    Jeff Davis

    SVP, ITS America
    Co-Chair, Cyber Task Force, Intelligent Transportation
    Bruce McConnel
    Global Vice President
    Executive Office
    East West Institute

    Paul Raines

    Chief Information Security Officer
    United Nations

    Danil Kerimi

    Member of the Leadership Team
    Head, Technology Industries
    World Economic Forum
    Gary Harbison
    CISO, Monsanto

    David Peach

    CISO, The Economist

    Roopangi Kadakia

    Cheif Cloud Strategist
    US Department of
    Veteran Affairs
    John Scimone
    SVP, CSO
    Dell Technologies
    David Hahn
    CISO, Hearst
    Andy Purdy
    CISO, Huawei
    Denise Anderson
    President, NH-ISAC Chairman National Association of ISACs
    Dr. Ram Dantu
    Professor, College of Engineering
    University of North Texas
    Chad Holmes
    Chief Strategy & Technology Officer,Cyber, EY
    Richard Murray
    Asst. Special Agent in Charge, Cyber Leader
    FBI, Dallas
    Dr. Sukumaran Nair
    Chair and Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, SMU
    William Noonan
    Special Agent in Charge
    US Secret Service, Dallas
    John South
    Former CSO, Heartland Payment System Consultant FS-ISAC
    Richard Rushing
    CISO, Motorola
    Shaun Khalfan
    Head of IT Risk, FreddieMac
    Mollie Sheilds-Uehling
    CEO, SAFE Bio-Pharma
    Anthony Shapella
    Managing Director – Risk Officer, Liability and Financial Lines
    AIG Commercial
    Meredith Walker
    Chief Economist
    East West Institute
    Val Mukherjee
    Chairman & Founder
    Cyber Future Foundation
    Harold Collum
    Founding Trustee
    Executive Director
    Cyber Future Foundation
    Dave Marwell
    Vice Chairman
    Founding Trustee
    Cyber Future Foundation
    Brian Johnsson
    CISO, Lending Club
    Michael Machado
    CISO, Ring Central
    Jeff Smith
    Director of Security, Direct Energy
    H. William Gordon
    Founding Trustee & General Secretary
    Cyber Future Foundation
    Shawn Tuma
    Founding Trustee
    General Counsel
    Cyber Future Foundation
    Rick Orloff
    Director
    Member, Cyber Future Council
    Cyber Future Foundation
    Dan Talbott
    Program Director
    Cyber Defense Alliance
    Gary Lacefield
    Program Director
    Cyber Peace Initiative
    Paola Saibene
    Program Director
    Cyber Trust Institute


    CFF Summit Advisors

    Robert Rodriguez
    Chairman & Founder, Security Innovation Network; Venture Partner, SineWave Ventures; Advisor, The Chertoff Group
    Rick Howard
    CSO, Palo Alto Networks
    Chairman, Security & Privacy Working Group, DHS ISAO-SO; Author and Blogger
    Honbl. Lyndon Olson Jr.
    Former Ambassador to Sweden, Former President of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners
    Jerry Archer
    SVP, Chief Security Officer
    Sallie Mae
    Brian Engle
    Executive Director,Retail-ISAC Former CISO, State of Texas
    Malcolm Harkins
    CSO & Chief Trust Officer
    Cylance

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