R-CISC’s third annual Retail Cyber Intelligence Summit kicked off yesterday with a keynote from Doug Stephens, the Retail Prophet and continued with a full schedule of sessions. Topics included everything from Building a Threat Intelligence Program, Utilizing Dashboards and Metrics to Drive Performance, and Track Bad Actors and Decrease Vulnerabilities to panels on Diversity and Inclusion and International Operations. There was something for every level of operational maturity on the agenda.
Day One wrapped up with a fantastic Member Gala, sponsored by ReliaQuest. Guarav Kulkarni, VP of Sales Engineering for Reliaquest toasted the entire R-CISC community to kick off the evening at the historic Ellie Caulkins Opera House in downtown Denver.
The winners of the 2018 R-CISC Peer Choice Awards were announced at the Gala. Envelope, please. . .
CISO of the Year: Rich Agostino, Target
Information Security Team of the Year: Target
Cybersecurity Practitioner of the Year: Ryan Miller, Target
Associate Member of the Year: Intel 471
Two Breakthrough Female in Cybersecurity awards were given this year to: Angeline Button, Dillard’s and Vanessa Aranda, Gap
Fast Starter Award was given to newcomer: Wendy’s
Congratulations to all of our award winners! Day Two of the Summit is just getting started with a keynote from RiskIQ, speaking on the Magecart’s Covert Card-Skimming Assault on Ecommerce.