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Make Data Work
Feb 17–20, 2015 • San Jose, CA
Gary Davis

Gary Davis
Chief Consumer Security Evangelist, McAfee, a division of Intel Security

Website | @GaryDavis

Gary Davis is Chief Consumer Security Evangelist. Through a consumer lens, he works closely with internal teams to drive strategic alignment of products with the needs of the security space. Gary also oversees McAfee online safety education to educate businesses and consumers by distilling complex security topics into easily understandable and actionable advice. During his 5+ years at McAfee, he has held leadership roles in the consumer and enterprise divisions where he has helped shape various product portfolios and strategic direction along with advocating for cybersecurity education. Gary has appeared on several business, security and consumer lifestyle media outlets, including CNBC, NBC, FOX, and CBS Bay Area stations; and quoted in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, CNN, Forbes, TIME Magazine, MSNBC, PC Magazine, CNET, CSO Magazine, and PC World. Prior to joining McAfee, he held senior management positions for more than 15 years in technology companies. Gary serves on the board of directors of the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA). Social Media: @GaryJDavis / McAfee Blog.

Sessions

10:40am–11:20am Friday, 02/20/2015
Office Hour
Location: Table C
Gary Davis (McAfee, a division of Intel Security)
As Chief Consumer Security Evangelist at McAfee, Gary is available to discuss a wide range of vital topics, including current security trends—specifically mobile security as well as the future of security and the IoT. Read more.
2:20pm–3:00pm Friday, 02/20/2015
Security
Location: 230 A
Gary Davis (McAfee, a division of Intel Security)
Consumers are widely adopting wearable technology – Deloitte predicts there will be 100 million wearable cameras, smartwatches, fitness trackers and other gadgets on the market by 2020. With this mass adoption of wearable devices, comes a new data ecosystem that must be protected. Embracing the protection of this new, intricate data ecosystem is imperative to the success of wearable industry. Read more.