Conference Program

As of November 29, 2011 (Subject to Change)

8:00 a.m. Registration
9:00 a.m. Conference Program
5:30 p.m. Cocktail Reception


9 – 9:20 a.m.
Working Together as an Industry: Content Protection Summit Welcome

Richard Atkinson and James Dunkelberger will set the stage for the day’s program by providing a few perspectives on our Summit theme of “Working Together as an Industry.” How can movie, game and music companies collaborate to maximize the impact of our individual corporate efforts to protect our content?
Richard Atkinson, Content Protection Summit 2011 Conference Chairman and Chief Piracy Specialist & Consultant, Anti-Piracy Worldwide
James Dunkelberger, General Manager Worldwide Product Release & Security Services, Microsoft

9:20 – 9:30 a.m.
The Changing Entertainment Business (And What it Means to Security)

In this session, Chris Carey (current Entertainment Technology Specialist, and former Technology Executive for both Paramount Pictures and Walt Disney Pictures, and CTO/CMO Technicolor) will provide a quick glimpse into the big changes going on across our business landscape and what they mean to content security.
Chris Carey, Entertainment Technology Specialist

9:30 – 9:45 a.m.
A Moving Target: Securing Mobile Content and the Cloud

Bob Eicholz, Deluxe’s new global head of security, will give us his perspective on how – just as we have started to get our data centers and internal infrastructures secured – we must now move to securing our content in the cloud and across mobile devices…completely changing the security challenge and coming with a host of new issues.
Bob Eicholz, Senior Vice President of IT Architecture & Security, Deluxe

9:45 – 10:20 a.m.
The Challenges of Microsoft’s Global Kinect Launch

Take a front-row seat at the global product launch of Microsoft’s Kinect and share in this exclusive case-study about the myriad security issues involved in securing the pre-release of an innovation that crosses the lines between hardware, software and an entirely new consumer experience.
Aaron Kornblum, Director of Security Policy, Interactive Entertainment Business, Microsoft

10:20 – 10:50 a.m.

10:45 – 11:25 a.m.

A Producer’s Perspective – The Real Life Impact of Piracy on The Hurt Locker
How does piracy impact a major motion picture? In this exclusive keynote, one of the industry’s most vocal content protection advocates, Nicholas Chartier, Producer of “The Hurt Locker,” will share his perspectives on the true impact of piracy on the business of making profitable motion pictures.
Nicolas Chartier, Producer, The Hurt Locker

11:25 – 11:35 a.m.
Cyber-Threat…Time to Wake Up

Tom Patterson (renowned cyber-security expert) will present his perspective on the rapidly evolving cyber-threat landscape., and how it relates to YOU.
Tom Patterson, Noted Security Expert and Author of “Mapping Security”

11:35 – 11:55 a.m.
Cyber-Threat…Time to Respond

The cyber attacks on Sony earlier this year caught the attention of CEO’s worldwide and put a focus on this huge threat to companies, their IP, and their content. Hear how CISO’s and other experts are working together to better prevent, detect, and respond to relentless and constantly shifting cyber-based attacks.
Moderator: Richard Atkinson, CPS 2011 Conference Chairman and Chief Piracy Specialist & Consultant, Anti-Piracy Worldwide

Spencer Mott, Chief Information Security Officer, Electronic Arts
Tom Patterson, Noted Security Expert and Author of “Mapping Security”

11:55 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.
Security: An Insiders Perspective

One of last year’s most popular presenters, McClure returns to the Summit stage with an update on the real-world security issues facing us as an industry and as consumers.What are the new vulnerabilities, and how should the industry change its response?
Stuart McClure, Senior Vice President & General Manager, Risk and Compliance, McAfee

12:15 – 12:30 p.m.
Security: An Outside Expert’s Perspective

Business advisor Debra Davis will share a perspective that utilizing External Experts (security, technology, etc.) is an imperative strategy in today’s business climate; in fact, she proposes, companies should be judged on the level of outside expertise they have engaged as a measure of their executive leadership and vision as a company.
Debra Sharon Davis, President & CEO, Davis Communications Group/The Davis Group

12:30 – 1:30 p.m.

Over lunch, attendees have the option of sitting at a table where the conversation will be moderated on a given subject by one of our speakers and/or sponsors. Here’s what’s scheduled so far; check your onsite printed program for the latest details:

The CDSA Trusted Partner Network
James Dunkelberger
, General Manager, Product Release & Security Services, Microsoft

The Evolution of Today’s Cyber-Threat
Tom Patterson
, Noted Security Expert and Author of “Mapping Security”

International Piracy Intelligence Center (IPIC)
Dimitri Villard
, Chief Executive Officer, PeerMedia

Coordinating a Cyber-Attack Response
Spencer Mott
, Chief Information Security Officer, Electronic Arts

Measuring the Effectiveness of Copy Protection
Tony Knight
, Senior Product Manager, Rovi Corporation

Content Protection Tools
Brad Hunt
, President, Digital Media Directions

Maximizing the Effect of Business Intelligence
Richard Atkinson
, Chief Piracy Specialist & Consultant, Anti-Piracy Worldwide

How to Stop People from Downloading My Content?
Nolan Shadbolt, Managing Director,

1:40 – 2 p.m.
AFTERNOON KEYNOTE: A Conversation with Avi Lerner

Lerner has produced over 350 films during his extensive career, including the recent $274 million box office hit The Expendables for his Millennium Films label, which was distributed by Lionsgate. Lerner founded Millennium in 1996 to produce feature films, following launching Nu Image in 1992 to focus on the international home video market. Other past producing credits include Rambo IV, Righteous Kill, 16 Blocks and The Mechanic.
Moderator: Steven Gaydos, Executive Editor, Variety
Avi Lerner, Producer, The Expendables

2 – 2:20 p.m.
Anti-Piracy & Security: A Leader’s Perspective

Executives representing games, movies and software gather together on this panel to share war stories and solutions, and explore the similarities and differences between their individual industry anti-piracy strategies.
Moderator: Richard Atkinson, CPS 2011 Conference Chairman and Chief Piracy Specialist & Consultant, Anti-Piracy Worldwide

Spencer Mott, Chief Information Security Officer, Electronic Arts
James Dunkelberger, General Manager, Product Release & Security Services, Microsoft
Wynn Rees, Vice President, Content Protection & Counsel, Fox Studios

2:20 – 2:30 p.m.
Effective Anti- Piracy: The Human Touch

Pirates and their customers are people. So, not surprisingly, the human touch is a critical asset to any effective anti-piracy plan. Find out how the piracy world is constantly evolving and what you can do about it.
Nolan Shadbolt, Managing Director,

2:30 – 2:55 p.m.
Case Study: DVD 2/3 Investigation

The compromise of pre-release DVD, Blu-ray movies and television has been a complicated and ongoing priority for the MPAA and its members. This session will share lessons-learned from this investigation and explain how it impacts studio business processes.
Mike Robinson, Executive Vice President, Content Protection and Chief of Operations, Motion Picture Association of America
Bryan Ellenburg, Vice President of Content Security & Distribution Technology, Paramount Pictures

2:55 – 3:45 p.m.
Tech Deep-Dive: Latest Developments in Technological Tools for Battling Content Piracy

This session will provide an overview of some of the latest developments in content protection technologies, such as copy control watermarking, anti-ripping technologies, and software tamper resistance, and will provide insights on how these tools are being deployed in real-world use cases.
Moderator: Brad Hunt, President, Digital Media Directions

Vince Arneja, Vice President, Product Management, Arxan Technologies
Michael B. Ayers, Senior Vice President for Legal & Business Affairs and General Counsel, Verance
Joe Daniel, Senior Solutions Architect, Civolution
Mathew Gilliat-Smith, Chief Executive Officer, Fortium Technologies
Tony Knight, Senior Product Manager, Rovi Corporation
Jan Steenkamp, Vice President, Sales & Business Development – Americas, Irdeto

3:45 – 4:15 p.m.
Securing Transport: 2 Perspectives

Hear two very different approaches to creating a secure content transport ecosystem. Akamai is baking advanced security into their “cloud ecosystem” as a vendor-specific solution, while InterStream is working towards creating a “secure clean… ecosystem/architecture.”
David Bornstein, Director, Product Management – Media, Akamai
Jeff Turner, Founder, InterStream

4:15 – 4:30 p.m.
Enterprise Strategy for Emerging Web Security Threats

At an average cost of $7.2 million per security event, no company can afford to ignore website security. Today, businesses are run via the Web and the majority of breaches occur via website attacks. The increased risk of cyber attack has made security objectives a business target just like sales goals. This interactive session will discuss real-world examples of companies aligning security and business goals to develop a continuous security culture.
T.C. Niedzialkowski, Technical Evangelist for Strategic Partners, WhiteHat Security

4:30 – 5:30 p.m.
Innovations Showcase

Don’t miss this series of program breakouts, highlighting innovative solutions to our content protection problems. Select any one of these intimate Q&A sessions being hosted by key industry experts and advisors.


How Casual Piracy has Moved to Less Technical People
Tony Knight, Senior Product Manager, Rovi Corporation

The “Creative America Campaign”
Dan Fotou
, Campaign Organizer, Creative America

How to Compete with Piracy in China
Dr. Wayne Huang, Corporate Development, China Digital TV Holding Company


An Anti-Piracy Program that Pays for Itself
Chris Johnson, Esq., Partner, Johnson & Pham, LLP

Trackitdown Protect – We Stop Illegal Downloads
Nolan Shadbolt
, Managing Director,

Case Study and Update: Enforcing IP Rights vis-Ă -vis Mass Retailers/Marketplaces
Thomas J. Peistrup, Tantalo & Adler, LLP


OMG!!! Multi-Platform? Multi-Device? Multi-DRM? Multi-Who?
Vince Arneja, Vice President of Product Management, Arxan Technologies
Rennie Allen, Sales Engineer, Security Solutions Architect, Arxan Technologies

It Takes the Village to Secure the Village
Stan Stahl
, President, Citadel Information Group

5:30 p.m.

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