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    Eric Chabrow, Executive Editor, ISMG Eric Chabrow, who oversees ISMG's GovInfoSecurity and InfoRiskToday, is a veteran multimedia journalist who has covered information technology, government and business. He's the former top editor at the award-winning business journal CIO Insight and a long-time editor and writer at InformationWeek.

  • The Internet Health Model for Cyber Security - PNG-T18B

    February 20, 2013

    Kevin Sullivan, Principal Security Strategist, Microsoft Kevin Sullivan is a Principal Security Strategist with Microsoft’s Global Security Strategy and Diplomacy team, part of Trustworthy Computing, which focuses on driving strategic change, both within Microsoft and externally, to advance security and resiliency. Sullivan leads the group’s efforts on internet threat reduction, strategic pilots…

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    February 20, 2013

    John Johnson, Global Security Program Manager, John Deere Dr. John Johnson manages technical security programs across more than 130 John Deere business units in 160 countries worldwide. Johnson has been responsible for architecting solutions that have been critical to maintaining global network security at John Deere. He has been with John Deere since 1999, prior to that he was network and…

  • Awareness Doesn't Matter: A Behavior Design Approach to Securing Users - HUM-W21

    February 19, 2013

    Katrina Rodzon, Manager of Security Behavior Design, MAD Security Her last 9 years have been spent studying psychology and ways to modify and study human behavior. From learning about the power of social pressure on group behavior to how subtle changes in reinforcement can drastically change individual behavior, Katrina has spent the better part of a decade learning how humans work and now applies…

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