In an period of huge information breaches, most just lately the Capital One fiasco, the chance of a cyberattack and the pricey penalties are the highest existential risk to companies massive and small. At TechCrunch’s first-ever enterprise-focused occasion (p.s. early-bird gross sales finish August 9), that matter might be entrance and middle all through the day.
That’s why we’re delighted to announce United’s chief data safety officer Emily Heath will be part of TC Classes: Enterprise in San Francisco on September 5, the place we’ll focus on and find out how one of many world’s largest airways retains its networks secure.
Becoming a member of her to speak enterprise safety might be a16z companion Martin Casado and DUO / Cisco’s head of advisory CISOs Wendy Nather, amongst others nonetheless to be introduced.
At United, Heath oversees the airline’s cybersecurity program and its IT regulatory, governance and threat administration.
The U.S.-based airline has greater than 90,000 staff serving 4,500 flights a day to 338 airports, together with New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Washington, D.C.
A local of Manchester, U.Ok., Heath served as a former police detective within the U.Ok. Monetary Crimes Unit the place she led investigations into worldwide funding fraud, cash laundering and enormous scale instances of id theft — and ran joint investigations with the FBI, SEC and London’s Critical Fraud Workplace.
Heath and her groups have been the recipients of CSO Journal’s CSO50 Awards for his or her work in cybersecurity and threat.
At TC Classes: Enterprise, Heath will be part of a panel of cybersecurity consultants to debate safety on enterprise networks giant and small — from stopping information from leaking to maintaining unhealthy actors out of their community — the place we’ll find out how a contemporary CSO strikes quick with out breaking issues.
Be part of lots of of at the moment’s main enterprise consultants for this single-day occasion if you buy a ticket to the present. The $249 early-bird sale ends Friday, August 9. Be certain to seize your tickets at the moment and save $100 earlier than costs go up.