BlackBerry adds more speakers and partners to 2016 BlackBerry Security Summit

The BlackBerry Security Summit 2016 is just around the corner, taking place on Tuesday, July 19, in New York City and BlackBerry has now updated their list of speakers, partners, and sponsors for the event.

  • Sean Dastouri, Senior Security Architect for Microsoft
  • Jonathan C. Trull, Global Chief Security Advisor for the Microsoft Enterprise Cybersecurity Group
  • Joseph Sutton, Chief Technology Officer for Pershing Square Capital Management
  • Yisroel Hecht, former CISO for the New York City Department of IT and Telecommunications
  • Sam Phillips, CISO, VP and General Manager for Samsung Business Services
  • Tom Mooney, Cybersecurity Leader at Booz Allen
  • Peter Kaomea, CIO at Sullivan & Cromwell LLP
  • Richard Tam, Executive VP and Chief Administrative Officer, Mackenzie Health
  • Kathleen Lavoie, Chief Information Management and Privacy Officer at Grand River Hospital in Ontario, Canada (whose deployment of BES12 and BBM Protected is profiled here)
  • Mike Ahmadi, Global Director of Critical Systems Security, Synopsys Software Integrity Group

Those speakers will join with many BlackBerry executives who will attend the event, including CEO John Chen. Some of the panels that will be held at the summit include:

  • The Future of Enterprise Mobility Management
  • Managing Security Risks in Real-World Enterprise Environments (CISO Panel)
  • Solving the World's Most Important InfoSec Problem: Crisis of Confidence
  • How to Protect Your Information Assets in Mobilized and Collaborative World
  • An Overview of Auto-ISAC, a group to help carmakers track and prevent cyberthreats to cars

CrackBerry will be attending the 2016 BlackBerry Security Summit and will have first-hands reports of what the company will be revealing at the event.