PASADENA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Guidance Software, makers of EnCase®, the gold standard for endpoint data security and digital investigations, and EnForce™, an automated cyber risk management platform, today announced the availability of the full agenda of its Enfuse™ Conference (formerly CEIC).
“Enfuse brings a unique audience of cybersecurity professionals, incident responders, digital investigators, technology vendors, and public policy makers to learn and collaborate on today’s most pressing cybersecurity and cybercrime issues," said Michael Harris, chief marketing officer for Guidance Software. "This year, we expect record attendance and will focus on the hottest issues in security, including, ransomware, mobile, IoT, and data risk management.”
Patrick Dennis, president and CEO of Guidance Software, will deliver the opening keynote on Tuesday, May 23. Former White House CIO Theresa Payton will deliver the industry keynote on Wednesday, May 24. To see the full agenda, visit www.enfuseconference.com/sessions.
Now in its 17th year, Enfuse 2017 boasts more than 100 sessions in eight tracks. Enfuse sessions tap leaders from some of the world’s largest corporations, government agencies and law enforcement to demonstrate best practices, share success stories, and explore trends.
The annual event, held from May 22-25 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, is one of the largest international gatherings of private corporations and government agencies focused on current trends and recent industry news in cyber security, information risk management, and digital investigations. Enfuse offers attendees a spectrum of keynotes, hands-on training labs and lectures, a solutions provider expo hall, and unparalleled networking and access to cybersecurity executives.
Following is a sample of the breadth and depth of session topics:
Cybersecurity Tools, Practices and Trends:
- Tracking Ransomware: Using Behavior to Identify New Threats
- Why Websites Are Still Vulnerable: An E-Commerce Live Hacking Demonstration
- How Sure Are You That You Are Prepared For A Breach? How Cyber Readiness Evaluations can Identify Gaps You Had Not Identified
- It's Not If, But When: How To Create Your Cyber Incident Response Plan
Data Governance, Compliance & Risk:
- GEAR Up the New GRC Model for the Modern Enterprise
- Insider Risk: How To Eat The Elephant
- The New Frontier of Privacy, Security and Related M&A Considerations
Conducting Mobile and Cloud Investigations (Sponsor Track: Cellebrite)
- Best Practices for Legally Obtaining Data from the Cloud
- Take The Driver’s Seat with Advanced Cell Phone Analysis
- Smartphones and Connection to IoT Finding the Data
- Real Life Incidents and Lessons Learned
- Legal Discovery & the iPhone: Not Just A Problem for Law Enforcement
- eDiscovery – Cyber Security’s “little brother”
Formerly CEIC®, Enfuse is a three-day endpoint security and digital investigations conference and one of the largest international gatherings of its kind. Industry experts from both public and private sectors will deliver interactive sessions and hands-on workshops.
About Guidance Software
Guidance (NASDAQ: GUID) exists to turn chaos and the unknown into order and the known-so that companies and their customers can go about their daily lives as usual without worry or disruption, knowing their most valuable information is safe and secure. The makers of EnCase®, the gold standard in forensic security, and EnForce™, an automated cyber risk management platform, Guidance provides a mission-critical foundation of market-leading applications that offer deep 360-degree visibility across all endpoints, devices and networks, allowing proactive identification and remediation of threats. From retail to financial institutions, our field-tested and court-proven solutions are deployed on an estimated 35 million endpoints at more than 70 of the Fortune 100 and hundreds of agencies worldwide, from beginning to endpoint.
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