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Upcoming Event Information

Cybersecurity Ethics
Feb. 15, 2018

General Information

Address

Santa Clara University
500 El Camino Real
Santa Clara, CA 95053

Room, Building, Time

Wiegand Room, Vari Hall, 3-4pm and 4:15-5:15pm, reception to follow

Parking

North or Central Parking Garage, $5 parking fee

More Information

See below for driving directions, further parking instructions, and bios

Contact Information

Sara Tangdall
stangdall@scu.edu
Office: (408) 554-7891
Mobile: (402) 651-0257

Driving Directions

  • If you are coming from U.S. Highway 101, take the De La Cruz Boulevard/Santa Clara exit. Follow De La Cruz Boulevard towards El Camino Real (stay in the right lane). When De La Cruz Boulevard splits, follow the right split over the overpass. Turn right on Lafayette Street staying in the right turn lane. Turn right at El Camino Real. The main entrance to Santa Clara University will be on the right-hand side of the road.
  • If you are coming from Interstate 880, take The Alameda exit. Travel north on The Alameda. The Alameda will become El Camino Real. The main entrance to Santa Clara University will be on the left-hand side of the road.
  • If you are coming from Interstate 280, take Interstate 880 north toward Oakland. Exit at The Alameda. Turn left on The Alameda. The Alameda will become El Camino Real. The main entrance to Santa Clara University will be on the left-hand side of the road. 

Parking and Directions to Vari Hall

Enter campus via Palm Drive, stop at the parking kiosk to get a permit if you do not have an SCU parking pass.  Parking Services will direct you to park in the North or Central parking garage, and there will be a $5 fee for parking.   The map below indicates the location of the parking structures in relation to Lucas Hall.


Map from North and Central parking garages to Vari Hall

 

"Responding to a Breach" Bios

David Bradbury is Chief Security Officer at Symantec, the world’s leading security software provider, and is ultimately accountable for the security of Symantec’s networks, data and systems as well as the safety of Symantec employees and workplaces.

During his career David has held a range of engineering and management positions. He started his profession as a software engineer with eBay before moving to work in IBM’s security research labs. From there David forged a career in the financial services industry where he held senior management roles with Barclays Investment Bank and then Morgan Stanley.

Prior to joining Symantec in 2017, David served as the General Manager & Head of Cyber Operations at the Commonwealth Bank of Australia where for over 5 years he led a team of more than 100 cyber security professionals tasked with defending against cyber attacks. David has a proven track record of building and running large security teams as well as delivering complex security improvement programs. He is a trusted executive advisor and a respected authority on the topic of cyber security in the financial services sector.

David Holds a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Sydney.

Beth George is Of Counsel in the San Francisco office of Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, where her practice focuses on the representation of companies in complex cybersecurity and data security matters, including providing advice on legal challenges faced by companies when preparing for and responding to cybersecurity breaches.

Beth currently is a lecturer on surveillance law and technology at the UC Berkeley School of Law, and she serves as a senior adjunct fellow for the New York University School of Law's Center for Law and Security and as an affiliate at Stanford University's Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC).

Previously, Beth served as Deputy General Counsel to the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), where she advised senior leadership on legislative, policy, and oversight matters. From 2011 to 2016, Beth served in various roles for the National Security Division of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), including as Counsel to the Assistant Attorney General, Counsel to the Office of Law & Policy, and as an Honors Attorney and Attorney-Adviser in the Office of Intelligence. On detail from the DOJ from 2015 to 2016, Beth served in the White House as Associate Counsel in the Office of the White House Counsel, where she provided legal and strategic advice to senior White House officials regarding high-profile oversight, investigation, and litigation matters.

Following law school at New York University, Beth served as a law clerk at the DOJ's Office of Legal Counsel, and then to Chief Justice Theodore A. McKee of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.

Carin Kaltschmidt has been Principal of Ernst & Young LLP since September 24, 2012. Ms. Kaltschmidt is a member of Ernst & Young LLP's Advisory practice and serves in its program management performance improvement practice, focusing on complex program management for enterprise transformation programs. She served as Senior Manager of Ernst & Young LLP until September 2012. She has spent the majority of her 20-year career providing program and change management services to companies in the healthcare, technology and financial services industries. She graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor's degree in Computer Information Science from Humboldt State University. She is a certified Project Management Professional.

Steve Sigel is the Manager of the Data Protection & Privacy Incident Command within the Cisco Security & Trust Organization.  This global team leads the response to privacy requests and data protection incidents in compliance with contractual and regulatory obligations.  Steve is a 23-year veteran of Cisco with career experience deploying a secure development lifecycle into Engineering, managing crisis response teams and implementing corporate network infrastructure.  Steve is a BSEE graduate of the University of Minnesota, Institute of Technology.

Moderator, Brian Patrick Green is director of technology ethics at the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics. His responsibilities include representing the Center at the Partnership on Artificial Intelligence to Benefit People and Society, speaking and publishing on AI ethics as well as various other topics in ethics and technology, and coordinating the Center’s partnership with The Tech Museum of Innovation in San Jose.  Green reviews and evaluates applications to the Center’s Hackworth grant program which awards funding to SCU faculty, staff, and students for work in applied ethics.  He also coordinates the Technology and Ethics Faculty Group, helps coach and coordinate the University’s Ethics Bowl team, works with the Center’s Environmental Ethics Fellows, and several other initiatives. In addition, Green teaches engineering ethics in the Graduate School of Engineering.

Green’s background includes doctoral and master's degrees in ethics and social theory from the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley. His undergraduate degree is in genetics from the University of California, Davis, and he has conducted molecular biology research in both academic and industrial settings. Between college and graduate school, he served for two years in the Jesuit Volunteers International teaching high school in the Marshall Islands. His research interests include multiple topics in the ethics of technology, such as AI and ethics, the ethics of space exploration and use, the ethics of technological manipulation of humans, the ethics of mitigation of and adaptation towards risky emerging technologies, and various aspects of the impact of technology and engineering on human life and society, including the relationship of technology and religion (particularly the Catholic Church).

"If You Can't Secure It, Don't Connect It" Bios

Sri Vasudevan is an Executive Director within EY’s National Advisory Cybersecurity practice, where he stewards the development of innovative cybersecurity service offerings in the emerging technologies space. He is responsible for identifying and addressing cybersecurity issues affecting emerging technologies such as mobile, cloud computing, big data, medical devices, connected vehicles, Internet of Things (IOT), artificial intelligence and augmented/virtual reality. Sri leads EY’s cyber innovation center in San Jose and has over 15 years of deep technical experience in security architecture, information security risk management, attack and penetration assessments and identity and access management focus areas. Prior to Ernst & Young, Sri was a Principal Security Architect within the Information Security Risk Management service line at Health Care Service Corporation (BCBSIL), where he spearheaded efforts to build and continuously refresh a business focused Information Security Risk Management strategy, created and enhanced a world-class framework for performing security reviews of technical architectures, developed and executed a strategy for an enterprise class Identity and Access Management (IAM) service.

Brian Gin is Director of Legal Services at Cisco. Brian is a Global Privacy Subject Matter Expert within Cisco’s Legal organization, and has previously held legal roles supporting Cisco’s Services and Marketing organizations. Before joining Cisco in 2005, Brian worked as an independent consultant for technology start-ups, and as a lawyer at the Walt Disney Internet Group and Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher. Brian has also served as a member and the President of the Board of Directors of the Asian Law Alliance in San Jose. Brian earned his BA from Stanford University and JD from Columbia Law School.

Jeff Klaben is the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for SRI International, a nonprofit, independent research and innovation center.  He is also an Adjunct Professor with Santa Clara University’s Graduate College of Engineering.  Jeff previously served as a Principal with Neohapsis (now Cisco), IT Group Director at SanDisk, CISO at Life Technologies, Engineering Group Director with Cadence Design Systems, and led Enterprise Architecture and IT Security at Applied Materials.  He also led professional services delivery, product management, and start-up incubation at Accenture. He is co-author of The Computer Incident Response Planning Handbook and an inventor on several future U.S. patents.

Jeff chaired the San Francisco Bay Area InfraGard (a 501(c)(3) nonprofit and public/private partnership dedicated to information sharing for critical infrastructure protection) and was recognized by the U.S. Department of Justice with awards for Dedicated Service and Exceptional Service in the Public Interest.  He received the Belotti Award for Outstanding Business Policy in High Technology Firms from Santa Clara University’s Leavey School of Business.  Jeff earned an M.B.A. from Santa Clara University, a B.S. in Information Systems from Wright State University, and the credentials of Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), and Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA).  He is also a graduate of the Stanford Law School Directors’ College.

Moderator, Irina Raicu is the director of the Internet Ethics Program at the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics. She is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (U.S.) and was formerly an attorney in private practice. Her work addresses issues ranging from online privacy to net neutrality, from big data ethics to social media’s impact on friendship and family, from the digital divide to the ethics of encryption, from the right to be forgotten to the ethics of the Internet of Thing, and more. She holds a JD degree from Santa Clara University’s School of Law, a bachelor's degree in English from U.C. Berkeley, and a master's degree in English and American Literature from San Jose State University.

Her writing has appeared in a variety of publications, including U.S.A.Today, MarketWatch, Slate, the Huffington Postthe Atlantic, the San Jose Mercury News, the San Francisco Chronicle, and Re/Code.

In collaboration with the staff of the High Tech Law Institute, Raicu organizes and runs the ongoing “IT, Ethics, and Law” lecture series, which has brought to campus speakers such as journalist Julia Angwin, ethicists Luciano Floridi and Patrick Lin, and then-FTC commissioner Julie Brill. 

She tweets at @IEthics and is the primary contributor to the blog Internet Ethics: Views from Silicon Valley.