INsecurity is for the defenders of enterprise security—those defending corporate networks—and will offer real-world case studies, peer sharing and practical, actionable content for IT professionals grappling with security concerns. To learn more about the event, see the conference overview.

Roundtables are not listed in this agenda; head to the Roundtable page to see the schedule and topics for those.

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  • Jerry ArcherCSOSallie Mae

    Jerry Archer has more than 40 years of experience in security, intelligence and defense. Currently he is the Chief Security Officer at Sallie Mae where his responsibilities include securing and protecting all of Sallie Mae's systems and offerings, and for security initiatives across the company. Prior to Sallie Mae, Archer was the Chief Information Security Officer at Intuit. Previously, Mr. Archer was senior vice president for Global Interoperability at Visa International and before Visa, at the Fidelity Brokerage Company, he was senior vice president of information security and technical risk.

    Mr. Archer is a board member and co-founder of the Cloud Security Alliance, a non-profit organization of more than 70,000 members dedicated to enhancing security in all aspects of cloud computing. He is also the president of the Security Advisor Alliance, nonprofit organization founded by industry leading CISOs driving a movement of alliance, education, growth & philanthropy.

    Mr. Archer is a fellow at the Ponemon Institute, a global privacy research and advocacy organization. He is a member of the Security Innovation Network advisory committee and a member of the George Mason University Cybersecurity Advisory Board.

    For his work in the U.S. Intelligence Community Mr. Archer earned the National Performance Review Hammer Award, and a Distinguished Service Award from the Central Intelligence Agency. Mr. Archer was named 2011 Information Security Executive of the Year by T.E.N. the Technology Executive Network, and received the Lifetime Achievement award from the Security Advisor Alliance.

    Mr. Archer holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from Virginia Polytechnic Institute, and a MS in Information Systems from George Washington University.