11:00 am
Ransomware Risk in 2022: See Into the Wild
Ransomware attacks are increasing but because in many cases the ransom is paid and few details are leaked, the mechanics of ransomware attacks are poorly understood. How do these attacks work and what are the different stages?
12:00 pm
Driving Situational Awareness in Your Digital Supply Chain
It’s no longer acceptable to assume that the third and fourth parties your business depends on are operating securely. Even if they’ve given you the answers you were looking for in an assessment or survey, can you really trust those responses? Whether it’s a vulnerability in a widely used platform or an exposure through an open-source tool, supply chain security incidents have made headlines around the globe – how can you stay ahead of supply chain threats? Join our session to learn about: -Steps to take for increasing visibility of supply chain threats -Identify risky vendors in your ecosystem -Building an action-oriented third-party risk program
1:00 pm
Developing a Plan to Mitigate the Risk of Human Error
The risk of human error is greater than ever in today’s enterprise environment. Research shows that there is regularly an overlap in responsibility, where multiple stakeholders have access to the SaaS app settings. And, the majority of data breaches are caused by human error. So how can CISOs overcome these challenges?
2:00 pm
How the Work-From-Home Shift Impacts SaaS Security
In the remote-work world, SaaS apps have become an enticing vector-of-choice for bad actors.
3:00 pm
Container Orchestration is Here, What Does it Mean for Security?
The use of containers to deploy and manage production applications is a growing trend across most business sectors. But with technologies like Docker and Kubernetes, there can be a lot of buzzwords that obscure what’s going on from a security standpoint. What do security teams need to be thinking about as they adopt containers and what are some of the pitfalls they’ll encounter?
4:00 pm
Mind the SaaS Security Gap: Moving from Visibility to Observability
Fireside Chat: Even with the best dashboards, seeing doesn’t always equate to deeply observing and correlating data. How do you really observe the potential security gaps in your SaaS landscape so that you can take meaningful, purposeful action?


Paul Paget

Jonathan Ehret

VP of Strategy & Risk

Dror Liwer

Co-Founder & CSO

Rory McCune

Cloud Native Security Advocate

Rutul Davé

Co-Founder & CTO

Roger Grimes

Data-Driven Defense Evangelist

Adrian Ludwig

Chief Trust Officer

Carey Davidson

Head of Third-Party Risk Management

Karl Schulmeisters

VP of Engineering

Taylor Johnson

Director, Product Management – Security Posture


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  • We want to create the highest quality cybersecurity conversation possible. To do that, attendees are limited to cybersecurity professionals (preferably) in the SaaS or tech space. If that’s you, please read on.
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