August 1, 2007
Security Summit Finalizes Roster of Speakers
Las Vegas (August 1, 2007) – Shift4 Corporation has added representatives of the U.S. Department of Justice and the FBI to the roster of speakers for the 2007 Real Security Summit, September 26-27, 2007, at the Rio Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. Jonathan Rusch, the head of the Justice Department’s Internet Fraud Division, will detail how he has successfully prosecuted data theft cases. The FBI’s Las Vegas office has also agreed to participate in a panel discussion on Internet crime and security.
According to Shift4 Vice President John Mann, “People who perpetrate credit card data theft are growing more sophisticated all the time. Jonathan Rusch is a leading authority on how criminals manipulate the Internet and most importantly how they can be stopped. He and the FBI are welcome additions to this year’s Security Summit.”
Attendance is limited to 250. Reserve a spot and make room reservations by August 27 at www.shift4.com.
Other speakers include:
Chuck Whitlock, Chairman, Crimeline and The Whitlock Training Group (www.crimeline.com):
Physical Security Measures and Document Authentication
Dana Taschner, Attorney at Law (www.danataschner.com):
The Legal Liability Landscape. Are You Ready?
DJ Vogel, 403 Labs (www.403labs.com):
A Look Inside the Mind of a Hacker
Chris Konrad, Sr. Vice President, Fortrex (www.fortrex.com):
The Business Value of Payment Application Best Practices
Bill Field, President, Mintz Hoke Communications Group (www.mintz-hoke.com):
What’s Your Brand Worth?
Chris Mark, Principal, The Aegenis Group (www.aegenis.com):
Walking the Tightrope Between Security and Compliance and Data Breach Trends
Dr. Heather Mark, Principal, The Aegenis Group:
The Crossroads of Privacy and Security
JD Oder, VP Research Development, CTO, Shift4 Corporation:
Defining the Future of Transaction Security