On 26-27 September, in the South San Francisco Conference Center, Newsweek and Structure Events will bring together over 500 attendees and 40 plus speakers, from the FBI and Yahoo to Uber and Bugcrowd, for cutting edge discussions and workshops about latest industry trends.
From planning for the potential troubles ahead to educating and facilitating conversations with hedge funds, start-ups and CEO’s alike, Structure Security promises to be an event not to be missed. Some of the already confirmed speakers include:
· Aarti Shahani – Technology Reporter – NPR
· Arlette Hart – CISO – FBI
· Bob Lord – CISO – Yahoo
· Candace Worley – VP and Chief Techincal Strategist – McAfee
· Casey Ellis – Founder and CEO – Bugcrowd
· Diana Kelley – Global Executive Security Advisor – IBM
· John “Four” Flynn – CISO – Uber
· Mark Hatfield – Founder and General Partner – Ten Eleven Ventures
· Melissa Arnoldi – President, Technology Development – AT&T
· Niloofar Howe – Chief Strategy Officer – RSA
A full list of speakers can be found at: https://goo.gl/gM577r
For more information on the program, speakers or to register for the event please visit: https://goo.gl/gM577r
Join the conversation and connect with attendees and speakers on Twitter @StructureSeries.
About Structure and Newsweek Events:
Newsweek Events and Structure events are a part of IBT Media, a fast-growing digital media company headquartered in New York City. It was founded in 2006 with the launch of the International Business Times, a digital news publication that today reaches an average of 57+ million readers each month via eight separate editions, in four languages. Market-specific editions are now available in the U.S., the UK, Australia, China, India, Italy, Japan & Singapore. Today, IBT Media owns and operates a total of 14 digital properties including the International Business Times, Design & Trend, Fashion Times, iDigital Times, Latin Times, Medical Daily & the iconic Newsweek brand which it bought in 2013 as a digital-only property before enhancing the offering with the reintroduction of the print edition. Newsweek now publishes a U.S. and International edition weekly in English. The international edition – branded as Newsweek International – serves the Europe, Middle-East, Africa and Asia-Pacific regions while language-specific editions are available in Japan, Korea, Latin America, Pakistan, Poland and Serbia. A separate English-language edition is also published for the Middle East. The print edition of Newsweek is now available in 68 territories while round-the-clock- coverage on the latest breaking world news can be found at newsweek.com.