Security and Storage
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Security and Storage:
Opportunities and Challenges in the New World of Storage
Friday November 16, 2007
In today's connected world, businesses need innovative solutions from entrepreneurs and major IT companies to manage security risks that threaten business objectives. As businesses turn to new storage solutions—outsourcing, virtualization and others—how can they secure their information? How can they be sure it is protected from privacy breaches, professional cyber crime organizations and counterfeiting, to name a few. What are the issues and where are the opportunities to address these issues and provide solutions? What is the perspective of the venture community on the winning technologies and potential for startups to succeed in this increasingly complex environment? Visionary technologists and investors will share their thinking and predictions for technology and development practices.
7:30am-8:00am Registration, Breakfast and Networking 8:00am-8:10am Welcome Speaker: Ames Cornish, SDForum Security SIG Chair and Board of Directors, and Founder of Montebello Partners 8:10am-9:10am Keynote Speaker:
Archie Reed, Distinguished Technologist, Hewlett Packard
9:15am-10:15am Panel: Secure Storage
The state of secure storage: outsourcing, archiving, encryption, key management, authentication, access and virtualization. What protections are offered by IT companies, solution specialists, and entrepreneurs against the risks and threats that continue to grow every day? What are the opportunities for storage enterprises and how are they addressing the secured storage? What do security experts feel will be the winning technologies and what trends are emerging?
Betty Cardiel, Information Security Service Manager, Softtek
Satchit Dokras, Managing Director, Auriga-MC
Chris Gladwin, Chairman & CTO, Cleversafe
Arshad Noor, CEO, StrongAuth
10:15am-10:30am Break 10:30am-11:30am Panel: Perspectives on the Venture Landscape
Leading investors in the field of security technologies will provide their insights into the potential winners in the field and what they are looking for as they develop their portfolio of companies.
Speakers: Asheem Chandna, Partner, Greylock
Vispi Daver, Partner, Sierra Ventures
Scott Carter, VP of Sales and Business Development, Digital Ocular Networks
Moderator: Grant Fondo, Partner, Cooley, Godward Kronish
11:30am–11:45am Closing Remarks, Networking
$45 for Non-Members
$25 for Members and $0 for Platinum Pass
Ames Cornish, leads Montebello Partners which he founded in 1997 to provide business strategy, Internet security, and application development services to high-technology businesses. Clients include Fortune 500 companies, entrepreneurial start-up companies, and venture capital firms.
Ames was the founder, Chief Technical Officer, and President of Vividus Corporation, which was funded by Draper Fisher Jurvetson in 1991, and acquired by Sunburst Communications in 1997. As the product visionary, Ames conceived, designed, and developed Vividus' award-winning multimedia authoring (Cinemation), web authoring (Web Workshop), and children's products (Amazing Animation).
Prior to founding Vividus, Ames' roles included managing the Desktop Presentations marketing group at Apple Computer, and managing the product marketing team for Business Graphics Software at Hewlett-Packard. Previously, Ames worked in corporate finance at Kidder, Peabody, where he assisted in initial public offerings for technology companies, and invented a debt-for-debt swap in which over $100,000,000 was invested.
Asheem Chandna joined Greylock in 2003. His areas of interest include enterprise infrastructure, datacenter, networking and security. Asheem's company boards and investments include Imperva, Palo Alto Networks, Securent, TechProcess and Xsigo Systems. He is also on the board at Sourcefire (Nasdaq: FIRE). He was previously on the boards at CipherTrust (acquired by Secure Computing), NetBoost (acquired by Intel) and PortAuthority Technologies (acquired by Websense).
Prior to joining Greylock, Asheem spent over fifteen years in industry operating roles helping create, grow and lead multiple technology businesses and product lines to market leadership positions. Most recently, Asheem was vice-president of business development and product management with Check Point Software Technologies. Asheem was vice-president of marketing with CoroNet Systems (a venture-backed startup acquired by Compuware), where he helped create and define a new product category for application-aware network monitoring. Previously, Asheem held strategic marketing and product line positions with SynOptics/Bay Networks and AT&T Bell Laboratories.
Satchit Dokras is the Managing Director at Auriga-MC, specializing in developing emerging security solutions. Previously at Network Appliance, Satchit had been driving the incubation of storage content management [eDiscovery, classification, compliance] and security [access control, encryption and lifetime key management, manageability] businesses. Satchit also managed a portfolio of $450M at Storagetek prior to its acquisition by Sun, has been the MD for M&A at Applied Materials, and the Corporate Sr. Manager of new business development for digital media [DVD] and storage at Toshiba.
S. Christopher Gladwin, Chairman & CTO of Cleversafe: Cleversafe's technology vision is led by Chris Gladwin, who has created and managed a series of successful new technology companies. As the founding Chairman, President and CEO of MusicNow (initially known as FullAudio), Chris built the company to 100,000 customers before its acquisition by Circuit City. Prior to MusicNow, Chris invented the wireless thin client and then was the founding Chairman, President and CEO of Cruise Technologies which became the dominant supplier of wireless thin client technology. Chris is an inventor on over 30 issued and pending patents related to wireless remote interface and Internet service technology. Chris’s work has been consistently recognized by 16 industry awards for the products, services and companies he has created.
Archie Reed is Distinguished Technologist in HP’s Security Office, and previously with HP’s Identity Management unit. Archie is focused on helping define HP’s cross business and outbound security strategy, identifying, predicting, and understanding the future direction and impact of technologies in the messaging, wireless, security and identity markets. Archie is a noted author and speaker at technical and analyst conferences. In addition to writing articles for various publications, he is a published author: "The Definitive Guide to Identity Management" (Realtimepublishers.com) and "Implementing Directory Services" (McGraw-Hill). Archie has worked on business, security and identity management efforts in multiple industries.
P. Scott Carter, Founder and VP of Sales and Business Development. Scott has over 15 years of Enterprise IT experience working in emerging technology areas, such as the early TCP/IP market with FTP Software as early as 1994, the EAI middleware segment via Constellar, and multi-lingual website creation with eTranslate. In each instance, Scott participated on the executive team to create an ROI model that customers used to justify large investments in early technologies. In founding Digital Ocular Networks, Scott identified a significant customer problem, hired the early team, and has participated in securing two rounds of Angel Funding as the company continues to grow.