A global Cybersecurity Scenario 2020: The impact of Digital Business on Security
Larry Clinton is President and CEO of the Internet Security Alliance (ISA), a multi-sector trade association focused on cyber thought leadership, policy advocacy, and promoting sound security practices for corporations. In 2015, Mr. Clinton was honored as one of the “100 Most Influential Individuals in the Field of Corporate Governance” by the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD) and in 2016 was awarded the SC Magazine Editor’s Choice Award. Widely published on cyber security, Mr. Clinton was the principle author of the 2014 NACD CyberRisk Handbook for Corporate Boards endorsed by the Department of Homeland Security in 2015. A cyber security source for the press, Clinton is featured in articles by the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Fox News, NBC, CBS, New York Times, PBS Morning Edition, CNN, MTV, etc. He testifies often before Congress; He has briefed industry and governments worldwide including NATO and the OAS. Mr. Clinton was the principle author of the ISA Cyber Social Contract which outlined a market based, as opposed to government regulatory model, for improving cyber security. The document’s recommendations, adopted by the House GOPTask Force on Cyber Security in 2012, are the first and most often cited reference in President Obama's principal policy paper on cyber security. In 2013, the President’s Executive Order on cyber security adopted the ISA's market incentive “social contract” model to promote national cyber security.
Just a few days after the conference, a new President will be elected who will face the twin challenges of stimulating the growth, innovation and productivity enhancements generated by the IoT with an increasingly broadened and insecure digital landscape. This presentation will examine how the proliferation of digital devices is changing virtually every aspect of life and the implications this has for everyone. Based on a multi-year study ISA President Larry Clinton will lay out a framework for integrating advanced technology with economics, innovation and public policy leading to a sustainably secure cyber system. Specific attention is paid to how government’s corporate leadership and individuals will need to adapt the way they think and act in the age of the Internet of Things.