Attend this half-day seminar to learn the latest best practices and approaches for effective and efficient IT infrastructure security. Your peers in security and IT operations will share real-word insights and demonstrate collaborative, automated application of industry-standard security policies and benchmarks.
Learn from Mark Sunday, Oracle CIO (retired), Renee Murphy, Forrester Research principal analyst covering risk and compliance, Will Gregorian, Addepar CISO, SaltStack customers IBM Cloud and Liberty Mutual Insurance, and SaltStack co-founders Marc Chenn, SaltStack CEO, and Thomas Hatch, SaltStack CTO.
Mark Sunday is chief information officer and senior vice president at Oracle. He is responsible for providing the global communications, computing, and security infrastructure that enables Oracle’s internal business operations; as well as a variety of hosting and education services for Oracle customers.
Since joining Oracle in 2006, Mark has managed the IT infrastructure assimilation of well over 100 acquisitions during a time when the company employee base has more doubled, approaching 150K employees in over 80 countries. Through rigorous application of simplifying, standardizing, centralizing and automating, Oracle realizes one of the lowest IT costs as a percent of revenue plus the agility and process capability to be one of the leading technology companies in the world.
Mark has expertise in successfully managing large scale organizations, developing world-class global teams, leading fast and efficient business transformations, fueling innovation and improving IT capabilities. Mark is an effective leader of people and has successfully challenged his team to be the first adopter, biggest influencer and best promoter of Oracle’s technologies.
As a high tech industry thought leader and visionary for over 30 years, Mark routinely shares his insights on digital transformation, Oracle at Oracle, leading globally, future-proofing technical capabilities, lessons for the C-Suite, acquisition integration/assimilation, and more. He is one of Oracle’s leading executive speakers and authors.
In addition to Mark’s role at Oracle he supports the innovation, technology and science community serving as a trustee of the Utah Technology Council, selection committee member of the Utah Innovation Awards, and board member of the Leonardo - a museum dedicated to the intersection of art, science and technology. Mark is also on the board of directors of Vantiv.
Renee is a Principal Analyst at Forrester serving security and risk professionals. She covers governance, risk, and compliance (GRC), with a special focus on audit, controls management, information security, and risk management. In this role, she helps Forrester clients strengthen their risk and compliance environments based on her extensive audit experience and technology expertise. Renee is also a frequent speaker at vendor events and industry conferences on subjects such as security and risk best practices and guidance on the implementation of Control Objectives for Information Technology (CObIT).
Previous work Experience
Renee’s previous work experience includes internal and external auditing, security consulting, data center management, network engineering, and compliance program implementations. Her work has spanned financial services, pharmaceuticals, life sciences, entertainment, retail, high tech, and service industries.
Renee attended the Pennsylvania State University’s College of Fine Arts, and she is a member of ISACA, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), and the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA).
Having spent years in various security leadership and systems administration roles, William possesses a keen ability to identify opportunities to improve the security posture for digital infrastructure. Dedicated to ongoing process improvement, William uses the data to innovative and to provide creative solutions to infrastructure optimization and information security.
As SaltStack CEO and co-founder, Marc has led the company through seed and series A financing rounds totaling $28 million. Marc guided SaltStack through the rapid growth of the pervasive Salt open source project to the delivery of high-value SaltStack solutions for enterprise security, IT, and network operations teams. With Altiris he participated in its 2002 IPO and eventual $1 billion acquisition by Symantec. In 2009, Marc joined SaaS provider Compliance11 and in two years quadrupled the client base prior to an acquisition by Charles Schwab in 2011. Marc also worked for Morgan Stanley within its investment management division. Marc holds an MBA in finance and an undergraduate degree from Brigham Young University.