Top CISOs & C-Suite Executives Share Best Practices at Sold Out Billington Corporate Cybersecurity Summit

Cybersecurity chiefs from AT&T, Aetna, Goldman Sachs, DHS and GE joined former Commander, U.S. Cyber Command and NSA Director Gen. Keith Alexander to chart cybersecurity best practices for corporations.

Understand the Threats, Vulnerabilities and Risks in Cyberspace

Large-scale denial-of-services attacks and point-of-sale thefts capture the headlines, but hackers also are targeting businesses of all sizes. And new legislation may require corporations to report a breach when it occurs rather than months later.

The President’s emphasis on cybersecurity in the State of the Union stems from the onslaught of major breaches impacting Sony, Target and Home Depot among others. That’s why Billington CyberSecurity launched its first ever Billington Corporate Cybersecurity Summit with a world-class faculty in New York City on May 27. 

Leading cyber experts discussed:

  • The weak links that cyber criminals exploit and how to protect
  • Engaging the board room about cybersecurity
  • Steps the C-Suite can and must take to help secure not just their own
    networks but those of third parties and holding companies
  • Insurance options
  • How automation will help minimize risks and speed detection

A Perfect Storm

This perfect storm of cyber threats causes alarm, even in sectors that have faced cyber threats for a long time.

The purpose of the Billington Corporate Cybersecurity Summit was to provide a new, serious dialogue about how corporations, financial services institutions—and their portfolio companies—could improve their cybersecurity against a mounting onslaught of cyber threats.  

  • Understand the steps you must take to help secure your
  • Find out what is necessary to ensure your firm doesn't suffer the same
    negative publicity, losses and intellectual property theft as many major
    corporations did last year.
  • Understand how new legislation will impact your business

Billington CyberSecurity's unparalleled network of cybersecurity professionals on May 27 in New York City provided hard-earned insights and education to a high level and exclusive group of attendees from the corporate and financial sector and their portfolio companies.

What others have to say about Billington CyberSecurity events:

“Billington CyberSecurity consistently gets the best speakers and tackles the hottest topics. In fact, every speaker is a keynote speaker, it’s just that some of them end up on panels. If it’s a Billington event, it’s certain to be worthwhile.”

— Steven Chabinsky, General Counsel and Chief Risk Officer, CrowdStrike

"Great conference, will be back. [Thanks for] bringing the Washington D.C. 'A-List' to speak and network."

— Richard Rushing, Chief Information Security Officer, Motorola Mobility

Billington CyberSecurityBillington CyberSecurity
, founded in 2010, produces world class, cybersecurity executive education forums and convenes many top thought leaders to discuss the threats, challenges and opportunities in securing our government and private sector against cyber attacks.

Each year, the annual cybersecurity summit draws capacity audiences and top experts. The 5th Annual Billington Cybersecurity Summit sold out and attracted such speakers as the Director of the NSA, the heads of cybersecurity at DHS and the White House, as well as the leaders of IT security at Goldman Sachs, AETNA, Pfizer, Johns Hopkins and Hess Corporation. 

Thomas K. Billington, Chairman and Founder, produced his first cybersecurity conference in 2002 at BNA (now Bloomberg BNA) and spent over a decade producing hundreds of conferences, roundtables and virtual seminars at that company and at Thomson Reuters. Billington CyberSecurity now also provides customized webinars, white papers and training in the cybersecurity area.

To inquire about how Billington CyberSecurity can advance your thought leadership in cybersecurity, please contact Tom at 301-718-4483 or email [email protected].

Here's a sampling of distinguished companies that have sent representatives to past Billington events: Accenture, Citibank, Deloitte, First State Bank, Goldman Sachs, KPMG, Merrill Lynch, Northern Trust.

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   1st Annual Billington Corporate Cybersecurity Summit sells out.

   Opportunities for Networking.

   Attendees visit the exhibitor tables.

   DHS Deputy Under Secretary for Cybersecurity Dr. Phyllis Schneck gives a keynote.

   Cybercrime Panel presents government and corporate perspectives.


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New York City.

 Keynote Speakers:

Ret. Gen. Keith Alexander
President and CEO, IronNet Cybersecurity (Former Commander, U.S. Cyber Command, Director, NSA/Chief, CSS)

Dr. Edward Amoroso
Senior VP and CSO, AT&T and Author, Cyber Attacks: Protecting National Infrastructure

John Carlin
Assistant Attorney General for National Security, National Security Division, Department of Justice

Tim McKnight
Global CISO,
General Electric

Dr. Phyllis Schneck
Deputy Under Secretary for Cybersecurity and Communications, U.S. Department of Homeland Security


Robert Bigman
President, 2BSecure (Former CISO, CIA, for 15 Years)

Oliver Brew
Senior Vice President,
Specialty E&O, Liberty
International Underwriters

Simon Crosby
Co-Founder and CTO,
Bromium, Inc.

Deborah Feyerick
National Correspondent, CNN

Nate Fick
CEO, Endgame

Tom Finan
Senior Cybersecurity Strategist and Counsel, National Protection and Programs Directorate (NPPD), DHS

David R. Fontaine
Executive Vice President, Chief Legal & Administrative Officer, Altegrity

David Glockner
Regional Director, Chicago Regional Office
, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

Dan Guido
Co-Founder and CEO,
Trail of Bits

Royal Hansen
Managing Director
of Technology Risk,
Goldman Sachs

Shawn Henry
Chief Security Officer, CrowdStrike Inc.
President, CrowdStrike Services (Former Executive Assistant Director, FBI)

Jon Miller
VP of Strategy,
Cylance, Inc.

Dr. Michael Papay
Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer, Northrop Grumman

David Remnitz
Global and Americas Leader, Forensic Technology & Discovery Services, Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services, Ernst & Young LLP

George Rettas
Global Information Security Chief of Staff, Citi

Jim Routh
Chief Information Security Officer, Aetna

John Reed Stark
President, John Reed Stark Consulting LLC

Leo Taddeo
Special Agent in
Charge, Cyber/Special Operations Division, New York Field Office, FBI

Brig. Gen. (Ret.) Gregory Touhill
Deputy Assistant Secretary for Cybersecurity and Comm., U.S. Department of Homeland Security

 Conference Chairman

Thomas K. Billington
Chairman and Founder, Billington CyberSecurity