The Greatest Fears?

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June 8, 2022 - San Francisco, CA

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Shamla Naidoo Netskope Inc
Shamla Naidoo

Head of Cloud Strategy & Innovation

Netskope Inc


Shamla Naidoo, Head of Cloud Strategy & Innovation at Netskope, has led global cybersecurity programs for IBM, Starwood/Marriott, Anthem/Wellpoint, Northern Trust and others, and serves as an independent board director for multiple global companies. She regularly consults for Federal, State, defense, and intelligence organizations domestically and overseas. She helps mature the cybersecurity profession through leadership roles in organizations like Security50, the Shared Security Assessments Group, Institute for Applied Network Security (IANS), HMG Strategy Group, and the Round Table Network. As the former Committee Chair on Legal Technology for the Illinois State Bar Association, she frequently speaks at legal forums for the ABA, ISBA, and others. By creating and teaching ABA-accredited courses on law, technology, and global privacy for the UIC School of Law, she educates the next generation of lawyers and adjudicators in areas of critical importance.

Devon Bryan Carnival Cruise Lines
Devon Bryan


Carnival Cruise Lines


DEVON BRYAN was appointed as the Global Chief Information Officer (CIO) for Carnival Corporation effective December 14, 2022. He joined Carnival Corporation in October 2021 as the Global Chief Information Security Officer with responsibilities for conceiving, implementing and leading technology solutions that assure compliance, protect personal data and corporate assets, increase organizational capability and advance productivity within Carnival Corporation and our world-leading cruise line brands. Prior to Carnival Corporation, Devon was Managing Director, Chief Information Security Officer, MUFG Union Bank N.A where he was responsible for establishing and maintaining a comprehensive information security strategy and program to ensure that information assets and technologies were appropriately protected. He was also responsible for ensuring that information security risks were identified, evaluated, mitigated, and reported in a manner that meets compliance and regulatory requirements and aligns with the risk tolerance for MUFG in the Americas region. Most recently, he served as the CISO for KPMG LLC where he was charged with effectively designing and executing a best-in-class information and data security function with a proactive approach to enable business results. Prior to KPMG, Devon was the Executive Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer for the National IT Organization of the US Federal Reserve System. As the System-level CISO, he was responsible for ensuring the Fed’s information security policies, architecture, programs and incident response team remain effective and efficient. Prior to the Fed, Devon was the Global Chief Information Security Officer (CISO for Fortune 500 outsourced payroll and human resources provider ADP. As Global CISO for ADP, Devon led ADP’s information security strategy, collaborating across the company’s geographically dispersed business operations to ensure coordination, consensus, and effective cybersecurity protections across global operations. Prior to joining ADP in 2011, he served as the Deputy Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) where he was appointed to the Senior Executive Services (SES) and directed the IRS’s FISMA-compliant information security program and the IRS’s cybersecurity incident response team. His information security career began in the U.S. Air Force, where he served as a Captain and Lead Network Security Engineer working on systems and programs to protect the critical network and communications networks of the Air Force’s Air Combat Command. Devon is a co-founder of Cyversity, a 501c3 non-profit which he helped launch in 2014 and geared toward improving the underrepresentation of women and minorities in the field of cybersecurity through academic scholarships, certifications, mentoring and networking opportunities. Devon received a Bachelor of Science, Applied Mathematics from South Dakota Technological University and a Master of Science, Computer Science from Colorado Technological University, graduating Summa Cum Laude. He holds multiple industry recoginized certifications serves on several non-profit boards and participates in select industry forums as a sought-after speaker and writer on emerging technology trends and issues.

Leda Muller Stanford University
Leda Muller


Stanford University


Leadership in Cyber Security, Information Technology, Start Ups and Non-Profits. In-depth experience driving results as a program and department leader. Adept at managing performance of teams, projects, and programs in collaboration with senior leaders and in line with organizational goals. Excel at training and mentoring users and teams, fostering relationships, and strategically solving problems. Proven ability to develop, collaborate and network with staff, faculty, end users, vendors, volunteers and donors. Strong leadership, collaboration and interpersonal skills. Solid strategic mindset—both short-term and long-range--including past creation and development of strategy to leaders. Exceptional customer relationship skills, combined with the ability to coordinate the efforts of many to meet organizational milestones and goals.

Richard Rushing Lenovo
Richard Rushing




Mr. Richard Rushing is the Chief Information Security Officer for Motorola Mobility LLC.; Richard participates in several corporate, community, private, and government Security Council’s and working groups setting standards, policies, and solutions to current and emerging security issues. As Chief Information Security Officer for Motorola Mobility, he has led the security effort by developing an international team to tackle the emerging threats of mobile devices, targeted attacks, and cyber-crime. He organized developed and deployed practices, tools and techniques to protect the intellectual property across the worldwide enterprise. A much-in-demand international speaker on information security Richard has presented at many leading security conferences and seminars around the world.


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The Greatest Fears?

The biggest fear is not the technology, it is the potential of human error that could expose your organization to a cyberattack. The majority of CISOs agree that an employee carelessly falling victim to a phishing scam is the most likely cause of a security breach. Most also agree that they will not be able to reduce the level of employee disregard for information security. How do we guard against human error without limiting employee efficiency and productivity?

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