This week in San Francisco, tens of thousands of security professionals are gathering for the the RSA Conference. For the seventh year in a row, representatives from EMC’s Product Security Office have been selected by the conference program committee to speak in a session. If you are at the conference, come an meet one of us:

  • Evaluating the Security of Purchased Software: Can We Find Common Ground? (Tuesday, February 25, 2014 | 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM). A panel with:
    • Howard Schmidt Partner, Ridge-Schmidt Cyber (Moderator)
    • Chris Wysopal Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer, Veracode (Panelist)
    • Eric Baize Senior Director, Product Security Office, EMC Corporation (Panelist)
    • Nadya Bartol Senior Cybersecurity Strategist, Utilities Telecom Council (Panelist)
    • Steven Lipner Partner Director of Software Security, Microsoft Corporation (Panelist)
  • Measurement as a Key to Confidence: Providing Assurance (Thursday, February 27, 2014 | 9:20 AM – 10:20 AM). A panel with:
    • Daniel Reddy Senior Consultant Product Manager, EMC Corporation (Moderator)
    • Helmut Kurth Chief Scientist, atsec information security (Panelist)
    • Robert Martin Senior Principal Engineer, MITRE (Panelist)
    • Ron Ross Fellow, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) (Panelist)
    • Sally Long Director Trusted Technology Forum, The Open Group (Panelist)

We are all looking forward to thoughtful conversations.

Eric Baize

Eric Baize

Eric Baize is Senior Director of the Product Security Office at EMC Corporation. He leads the Product Security Office with company-wide responsibility for product security and supply chain assurance, covering vulnerability response handling, security development lifecycle implementation, supply chain risk management, coordination of security certifications and integration of RSA technology in EMC products and solutions. More ...
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