What are the lessons from the front lines of the cyber war and how do you apply the lessons to business strategy? The ongoing cyber battles impact business and consumers at multiple levels including security, innovation, defense, law, intellectual property, branding, brand value, infrastructure, social activism, and consumer protections. The cyber battles represent an obvious threat but they also represent sources of innovation and new business opportunity. The conference includes:
- Methodologies and approaches of cyber war and how they can shape business models.
- Frameworks for finding powerful new ways to apply emerging lessons for organizing and marketing new business start-ups.
- Real-world case studies taken from news headlines.
- Topics include business, crime, activist organizing, politics, medicine, banking, communications, and consumers.
- Lee Holcomb, Vice President – Strategic Initiatives, Lockheed Martin
- Michael Higgins, Chief Information Security Officer, NBCUniversal
- Eva Galperin, Global Policy Analyst, Electronic Frontier Foundation
- Cooper Quintin, Technical Director, radicalDesigns
- Michael Bradshaw, Vice President and CIO, Lockheed Martin Mission Systems and Training
- Aunshul Rege, Assistant Professor, Criminal Justice Department, Temple University
- Meighan O’Reardon, Senior Associate, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP
- Joseph Nash, Consulting Principal, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP
- Martin Kearns, Adjunct Professor, Fox School of Business, President and CEO, Netcentric Campaigns
- Christopher Kearns, Adjunct Professor, Fox School of Business, Program Director, Lockheed Martin
- The conference will take place from 12-5pm
- Fee: $195 before 5pm, March 3, 2014. $300 after March 3, 2014.
- All attendees must register in advance, click here to register.