Home » Tom Mahlik, Deputy Assistant Director-NCIS, to Keynote Security 500 Conference
Tom Mahlik, Deputy Assistant Director-NCIS, will keynote this year's Security 500 Conference, to be held on November 9 in New York City. Mahlik's presentation will address how intellectual property theft cost American businesses and universities billions in revenue and market capital and brand equity, reduces our tax base and costs Americans jobs.
The conference will also feature the Security 500 Report Presentation by Mark McCourt - Group Publisher, Security and SDM magazines. The Security 500 Report ranks the 500 largest buyers of security products and services in the U.S.
The Security 500 conference is the leading executive conference on managing and measuring the value of the security function within the organization.
Other presentations include:
Global Security through Local Strategy
Great organizations act locally while relying on common policies and practices ensuring constant and consistent risk mitigation by Jeffrey Miller - Director of Strategic Security Programs, National Football League; John O'Connor - Senior Vice President, Corporate Security, Fidelity Investments; and Jonathan Tetzlaff - Senior Director, Crisis Management and Business Continuity, Merck & Company Inc.
Driving Security on an IT Engine
The IT-izing of security solutions requires strategic internal collaboration for a successful program as shared in these case studies by John De George CPP - Director for Global Technical Security, NYSE Euronext ; Rick Orloff - Director of Information Security, Apple Inc.; and Bill Taylor - President, Panasonic
As IT, facilities and security infrastructure and features merge to offer broad organizational benefits, leaders are leveraging and measuring ROI by Paul Ryan - VP of Corporate Security, Cablevision Systems Corporation and Bryan Warren - Director of Corporate Security, Carolinas HealthCare System
For more information, visit www.sec500.com
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