Criminal Education: Lessons from the Criminals and their Methods - KEY-R37

Art Gilliland, Senior Vice President, and General Manager, HP Software Enterprise Security Products, Hewlett-Packard Company

Market forces are organizing our adversaries, driving cooperation, specialization and efficient predatory behavior. Their rapid adoption of new technologies and efficacy in information sharing have trumped our more static defenses. Learn why security frameworks like ISO or PCI hinder security, and how improvements such as benchmarking can persuade criminals to look elsewhere for targets.

Art Gilliland, Senior Vice President of HP Software Enterprise Security Products (ESP), oversees security solutions and services across HP’s vast product portfolio and helps enterprise customers manage risk and compliance requirements. A 15-year veteran of the enterprise security industry, Gilliland joins HP from Symantec, where he served as a Senior Vice President of the Information Security Group. As part of the original IMlogic team, he served as Vice President of products and marketing and helped grow that company into an industry leader before it was acquired by Symantec. He also served as a Senior Consultant for Gemini Consulting, which specialized in innovation and technology strategies. Gilliland holds several key patents and is a CISSP.

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Art Gilliland Senior Vice President, HP Software Enterprise Security Products, Hewlett-Packard Company

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