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MESS Defenses Up! in Los Angeles

  • Wednesday, February 25, 2015

    6:45 PM

  • Claim Jumper

    3500 W Olive Ave, Burbank, CA (map)

  • Ask the host(ess) to direct you to the large conference room for the MESS Event!

     

    Smart Hacks for Securing Data across All Infrastructures 

    If there is a time to improve the protection of data and content by upping your security game , it's NOW. The high-profile data losses by studios, large retailers, and governments should act as wake-up calls, but do they?

    Join MESS-LA in February to review best practices, MPAA recommendations, and how multi-tenancy architectures (like Clouds) could significantly improve how we all implement security in 2015. 

    THANK YOU HGST and Steven Sattler for your generous sponsorship!

    Meet the Panel:

     

    MARC ZORN

    With a career spanning from pre-Internet days, Marc Zorn has been involved with information security as a well-recognized leader in the IT industry.  His participation with various consortia has helped to lay the groundwork for international groups such as FIRST and SANS, and establish standards including ISO 17799, HIPAA, and GIAC.  Mr. Zorn has held key security positions in the public and private sectors, the last several years in the entertainment industry.  Mr. Zorn has spent the last several years consulting with studios, post-production houses, exhibitors, and the MPAA to address protection of multimedia content through the transition from film-based to file-based workflows.

     

    BOB EICHOLZ

    Senior executive with broad business, technical, and security leadership experience in media and banking industries. Deep experience in leading local and global digital initiatives to support business initiatives. Recognized authority and frequent speaker on information security in the media industry. Prior experience as CIO and management consultant (Deloitte) to Fortune 500 companies. Holds UCLA MBA with honors.

     

    STEVE CRONAN

    Steve Cronan, Founder and CEO of 5th Kind , has been involved in feature film production since 2001 when he transitioned from web and systems engineering to become the Digital Asset Manager for the Matrix sequels. From this unique position, Cronan oversaw all internal and external workflows within these digitally intensive productions, leading him to develop an asset management and production workflow system. Partnering with studios, productions, crew and vendors, Cronan continues to develop new standards to automate asset and metadata processes for feature film production.

    In 2012 Steve was recognized for his expertise and contribution to the industry by being awarded the 2012 DAMMY of the year.


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