4.1 Billion

Data breaches exposed 4.1 billion records in the first half of 2019

1 in 13... OMG

1 in 13 web requests lead to malware


85% of users feel developers are responsible for open source security

The event was well organized, great group of people, from the panel to keynote speaker and also the other attendees. The topics of discussion was great to understand how others were viewing security issues.
 Jit Patel
NantHealth, Inc.

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Between January 1, 2005 and February 29, 2020 there have been 11,476 recorded breaches with 1,661,991,357 records exposed


Meet Government's CISO Psychics

These CISOs weren't born with this gift, it took a career on the frontlines of digital defense to master the art of predicting an enemy they can't see. Let's see which prediction crown one the CISOonline Government #ITpsychic.

Brian Gardner

CISO, City of Dallas

Katie Arrington

CISO A&S, United States Department of Defense

CISOs have a daunting task to defend against a global enemy they can't see, how are they effectively defending an attack surface that is constantly expanding and changing?

CISOs are scrambling to secure a slew of data endpoints but today's applications have given hackers infinite ways to infiltrate the enterprise. How are these Generals of Information Security building their army and fortifying their walls?


TUE, NOV 17, 2020  | 01:30 PM - 02:15 PM CDT

On November 17th, we'll meet the CISOpanel who will share their tactics. These CISOs weren't born with this gift, it took a career on the frontlines defending the enterprise for them to mitigate future threats.

CISOonline Goverment

ciso panel

By Invitation Only

CISOs and Infosec leaders join a thought provoking audience and engage in tactical directions for the Office of the CISO.

45 Minutes - A World of Insight 

This 45 minute investment is curated from years of insight and experience from CISOs walking the line of defense.

by CISOs for CISOs

Tactics from CISOs make this both vital and close to home. 

4 Game Changing Plays from 4 Infosec Evangelists 

The game has changed! A shift to a true DevSecOps culture is more critical now as dichotomy between DevOps and SecOps is abundantly clear. Led by Jack Maher - Ambassador of the DevOps Institute, we'll dive into this uncut reality of where we're at and where we're heading.

Our panel predicts future trends for DevSecOps - a roadmap for global dev teams.

Take a seat on the CISOpanel!

If you've tenured a career leading Information Security you're already equipped with the roadmap and experience it takes to mitigate tomorrow's threats, so step up and take 1 of 3 seats on the CISOonline CISOpanel and share your path.

Click to be 1 of 3 Panelists

"I predict that we'll see focus on regulation and compliance (Sox, GDPR, CCPA, etc.), versus preparing for the actual threats & exposure"

"IoT is the new kid on the block and with its adoption we'll see it used to attack corporations"

"The new norm we'll see is ZERO TRUST throughout enterprise networks and architecure"

There has been a significant cultural shift to embed security in DevOps practices as more application teams take more responsibility for their security. The new complex environments present struggles to implement security by design.

A new roadmap for DevSecOps has intelligence-based code solutions to automatically build secure infrastructure replacing manual attempts to fix vulnerabilities.

As teams trend towards Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning for secure architecture the role of DevSecOps now headlines architure.

Our 4 DevSecOps evangelists give us their predictions on the future trends to look for - a roadmap for DevOps to navigate.


THURS, FEB 25, 2021

11:30 AM - 12:30 PM PT

12:30 PM - 1:30 PM MT

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM CT

2:30 PM - 3:30 PM ET

Register NOW

By Invitation Only

These DevSecOps strategists join a thought provoking audience and engage in tactical directions for secure application development

60 Minutes - A World of Insight

This 60 minute investment is curated from years of insight and experience from DevSecOps teams walking the line of defense.

by DevSecOps

Uncut predictions from Dev teams within top organizations make this both vital and close to home.

Karim Said



the Predictions Panel

“Technology trust is a good thing, but control is a better one.”

― Stephane Nappo, 2018 Global CISO of the Year

Insights by

Pavan Pidugu 

CTO, U.S. Department of Transportation

Simon Maple

VP, Developer Relations and Community, Snyk

Leslie Garakani

CTO, Midlothian Independent School District

Niel Nickolaisen

CTO, OC Tanner