Cloud adoption is driving value into businesses like never before. Trying to manage security and compliance in the use of cloud platforms and applications, however, can drive stress and frustration into already overworked security teams. Sadly, turning off the cloud isn’t a viable option.

In this webcast, we will explain the importance of cloud adoption, and how cloud security platforms are enabling organizations to adopt transformative technologies without sacrificing the visibility or security of their critical information resources. We will also address some of the important questions to ask your provider to make certain the contract you sign protects your organization and your data.

Be sure to submit your questions and concerns for our presenters during the registration process. 

Generously Supported By:

supported by logo
Speakers
speaker photo
Claire LaVelle
Enterprise Security Architect, Retail Business Services, LLC

Claire LaVelle is currently the Enterprise Security Architect at Retail Business Services supporting the 4th largest food retailer on the US East Coast and a global retailer. She owns the security standards that she applies to the various environments such as cloud, mobile, access management… to incorporate in reference architectures that align to security policies and IT strategies. Prior to this present position, Claire was the Manager of the PCI and HIPAA compliance programs. Before shifting to the private section, Claire worked for the DMDC, a DoD agency, for as an Information Officer.

Claire has two Masters Degrees in Computer Science. She earned her first Masters Degree at Mills College while working on her thesis with Guidance Software, which she published with Elesvier. She earned her second Masters Degree at Naval Post Graduate School under the Scholarship for Service (SFS), sponsored mainly by the National Science Foundation (NSF). At Naval Post Graduate, she focused on Information Security familiarizing herself intimately with topics such as ethical hacking, reverse engineering, protocol analysis (encryption), privacy, ethics and the internet, advance networking, vulnerability management, compliance and much more in addition to participating in practical defense exercises against government agencies and hacking competitions.

Claire loves to share her passion for computer security via speaking engagements inside her company and at various conferences. She presented at the CFO (Chief Financial Officer) Risk Summit in Boston, in front of the Association of Forensic Document Examiners in Myrtle Beach, and at local colleges, last year.

speaker photo
Tatiana Melnik
Attorney, Melnik Legal, PLLC
Tatiana Melnik is an attorney concentrating her practice on IT, healthcare, data privacy and security, and regulatory compliance. She regularly speaks on IT legal issues including, HIPAA/HITECH, cloud computing, and IT contracting. JD, University of Michigan Law School; BS (Information Systems), University of North Florida.
speaker photo
Doug Copley
Deputy CISO and Sr. Security & Privacy Strategist, Forcepoint

With 25 years’ experience in IT, information security and data privacy, Doug Copley is a passionate advocate and evangelist for effective information security and data privacy risk management for both organizations and individuals. Doug has held various roles throughout his career including those of Chief Privacy Officer and Chief Information Security Officer. Doug is the co-founder and past Chairman of the Michigan Healthcare Cybersecurity Council and remains active in various industry activities and workgroups. Doug is currently Deputy CISO and Sr. Security & Privacy Strategist with Forcepoint where he not only provides oversight of internal security efforts, but also stays tuned to industry threats and best practices and provides thought leadership and advice to leaders across industries. Doug can frequently be found speaking or blogging on information security, data privacy and leadership topics for everyone’s benefit.

Moderator
speaker photo
Jenifer Clark
Information Security, Costco Wholesale

Jenifer Clark, Costco Wholesale Information Security, CISSP, CPP, is a retail professional with over twenty years in the industry and over fourteen at Costco. Jenifer's diverse retail background includes, Point Of Sale systems, retail fuel system administration, information security, compliance, risk governance, store operations and management.

Jenifer is also a 2008 graduate of the FBI's Citizens Academy community outreach program and has been an active alumni and Board member of both Seattle and San Francisco's FBI Citizens Academy Alumni Association chapters over the years.