RedSeal CEO Ray Rothrock Joins Industry-Leading Panel on Cyber Resilience at Milken Institute Global Conference

WHAT:  The Milken Institute Global Conference convenes 3500 participants who will hear more than 700 speakers in more than 170 sessions over four days — to explore solutions to today’s most pressing challenges in financial markets, industry sectors, health, government and education.

WHY: As the Internet of Things expands and our world becomes more and more connected, the most critical issue facing global businesses is cybersecurity. Breaches are inevitable. An estimated 50 percent of U.S. adults have had their personal information hacked. Over the past year, there has been an increase in attacks against major banking, health care, utility and consumer retail companies. And hackers are finding new opportunities as more consumers use mobile payment platforms. The governments of the U.S. and other nations have been targets.

In this panel entitled “Cyber Resilience: New Line of Defense for Business”, cybersecurity experts will explore ways of safeguarding consumers and better protecting businesses and national security, including the increasingly popular idea of “cyber resilience” — the ability to recover from attacks more quickly and keep losses, both reputational and financial, to a minimum.

WHO:  Moderator: James Kaplan, Partner, McKinsey & Co.


  • Ray Rothrock, CEO, RedSeal
  • Catherine Allen, Chairman and CEO, Santa Fe Group
  • Jonathan Kaltwasser, Deputy Director, Defensive Cyber Operations, Fleet Cyber Command, U.S. Navy
  • Tim Rains, Director, Security, Microsoft Corp.
  • Andrew Rubin, CEO and Co-Founder, Illumio

WHEN: Monday, May 2, 2016, 9:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. PT

WHERE: Beverly Hilton, Los Angeles


About RedSeal
RedSeal puts power in decision makers’ hands with the essential cybersecurity analytics platform for building digitally resilient organizations. RedSeal’s Digital Resilience Score, modeled after a creditworthiness score, measures how prepared an organization is to respond to an incident and quickly rebound. The company’s platform adds value to existing network devices by working with them and building a network model. With this, customers can understand the state of their networks, measure resilience, verify compliance, and accelerate incident response. RedSeal’s customers are Global 2000 corporations and government agencies that depend on the most sophisticated security. Founded in 2004, RedSeal is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California and serves customers globally through a direct sales and channel partner network.