Attendance at the ISE West Executive Forum can earn you up to four (4) Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits!
Upon completion of the program, T.E.N. will send the CPE credits to (ISC)2. Please be sure to provide your membership number during registration.
Members who provide proof of attendance will be evaluated on an individual basis by ISACA. Email your completion certificate request here, and it will be sent to you to submit to ISACA.
If you are a member of any other association that provides CPE credits for security-related events and require documentation to qualify for credits, please email us here.
The ISE® West Executive Forum and Awards 2013 will be held on August 6, 2013 at the Westin St. Francis in San Francisco, CA. The ISE® West Award recognizes the information security executives and their teams who have demonstrated outstanding leadership in risk management, data asset protection, regulatory compliance, privacy, and network security.
The ISE® West Awards are held in conjunction with a one day Executive Forum which includes keynote speakers, interactive roundtables moderated by the CISOs and VPs of participating companies, and hot topic panel discussions. The one day program offers the opportunity to meet with peers and leading IT executives from across the region to discuss and share insights into today's issues and solutions.
ISE® west Executive Award Winner 2012
Information Security Officer Seagate Technology ISE West Executive Award Winner 2012
Scotts Valley, CA Biography >
ISE® west Project Award Winner 2012
Denver Public Schools Embraces Change, Enhances Agility & Enables Growth through Strategic Approach to Identity & Access Management
Bud Bullard, Interim CIO, Denver Public Schools
Josh Allen, JoAnn Buck, Tamera Gingerich, John Welter, David Steifel, Kevin Boyer, Rob Losinski, Nancy Parker, Sharyn Guhman, Jim Anderson, Jerry Mozes, Keith Roath, Carolyn Henzel, Joyce Fell, Bryan Ferrer, Steve Bussey, Kathry Palm, Rick Machado, Thanis McLaughlin, Raelene Vining, Karen Tobo, Rudy Perez, Jeff Braa, Jason Rand, Tony Dorado, Juan Pablo Parodi, Mark Morfin, Shanda Abeyta and Leslie Brown
Denver Public Schools recognized numerous opportunities to improve GRC, end-user experience, productivity and efficiency, and security through a comprehensive Identity & Access Management (IAM) initiative. Understanding the need to resolve existing challenges while laying an agile and flexible identity platform to support future growth, Information Security and Technology leaders at DPS engaged FishNet Security to help develop and execute a comprehensive multi-phased roadmap allowing them provide users rapid and secure access to critical systems, and deliver a consistent, auditable IAM solution to the enterprise. The solution not only significantly increased employee productivity and improved user experience, but DPS has laid the foundation to support a valuable Parent and Student Portal initiative.
ISE® west People's Choice Award winner 2012
Chief Information Security Officer NBC Universal
Los Angeles, CA Biography >
ISE® of the Decade West Award Winner 2012
Deputy Chief Information Security Officer City of Seattle ISE West Executive Award Winner2008 Biography >
ISE® west Executive Award Finalists 2012
Director, Information Security and Networking Netflix
Los Gatos, CA Biography >
Sr. Manager of IT Security Operations and Engineering AAA Insurance Exchange
Glendale, AZ Biography >
ISE® west Project Award finalists 2012
Enterprise Web Content Filtering
Ed Telders, Director of Information Security & Service Management, REI
Arkady Shteyngart, Zachary Carney, Kevin Johnson
Web-based threats such as phishing, drive-by malware sites and botnets are becoming more sophisticated. Protecting a retail company with 135+ locations demands a highly technical and operationally mature web content filtering solution. The Web Content Filtering project was tasked to solve the threat presented by that dynamic threat environment. The solution REI implemented not only addressed this threat, but also brought a level of business intelligence not previously considered.
Factory Application Control/Whitelisting Project
Curtis Coleman, CISO, Seagate Technology
Steve Haines, plus 15 team members from 4 countries
Scotts Valley, CA
The Factory Application Control/Whitelisting Project was undertaken to protect both legacy factory testing systems with embedded computers and high-risk, high-value knowledge worker systems. The project addressed the need to 1) Replace the resource-intensive antivirus system that impacted throughput capacity within the factory environment and 2) Augment the signature-based antivirus system with strong defense that would prevent malware from executing on the knowledge worker computers. Throughout the effort it was critical to maintain factory production capacity while protecting the testing systems from malware and other threats.