Michael Coates Former CISO of Twitter to Keynote Upcoming CISO Assembly
This April, Former CISO of Twitter and Co-Founder/CEO of Altitude Networks, will address our C-Suite members at The Transformational CISO Assembly taking place at The Hutton Hotel in Nashville, TN.
About Michael Coates:
Michael was formerly the Chief Information Security Officer at Twitter. In this role, he led the security program for Twitter across all elements of information security. Michael is also the former chairman of the global board of directors for OWASP, the largest open source application security community. Michael is heavily involved in the security startup space serving as an adviser for multiple exciting startups. Prior to January 2015, Michael was the Director of Product Security at Shape. In this role, Michael worked with an amazing team to drastically change the way organizations defend their applications against modern application attacks. Prior, Michael was at Mozilla where he built and lead the security assurance program to protect nearly half a billion Firefox users, Mozilla web applications, and infrastructure. Before building and leading security programs, Michael was a hands-on security practitioner assessing the application and network security for some of the largest banks, governments and enterprises around the world. Outside of security Michael is an avid endurance athlete and has completed the NYC Marathon, Chicago Triathlon, multiple half marathons, and a 2-day 200-mile bike trip.
About The Transformational CISO Assembly
The Millennium Alliance is thrilled to present our bi-annual Transformational CISO Assembly, taking place in Nashville, TN.
With the instances of cyber attacks increasing, businesses of all sizes are working tirelessly to secure their networks, devices, and data. Fortune 500 organizations are especially vulnerable as they have big data pools and thousands of people who need access. CISOs need to plan for worst-case scenarios, stay ahead of the latest IT Security transformation technology, and maintain their company’s information assets, all without losing sight of the corporate culture.