As we evaluate emerging technologies like blockchain, 5G, artificial intelligence, IoT, and more, what are the implications on our cybersecurity? How do we even identify the risks of these emerging technologies? What controls, frameworks and skills do we need to manage them?
This expert panel will share insights ...
"A ransomware attack strikes every 11 seconds.
Despite thick firewalls, the bad guys will get through. Some businesses pay the ransom but most want to recover, so they don’t let the bad guys win.
A payout isn't the only way out.
If hackers exploit your backups, you pay the ransom. If your backups survive, you ...
Healthcare sector security leaders discuss the evolving challenges and lasting lessons emerging as the COVID-19 pandemic persists and the surge in ransomware and other cyberattacks grows. This expert panel will explore the following:
Ransomware attacks and the impact on patient safety
Remote employees, telehealth ...
Digital transformation is everywhere, and it's a driver of business success. As businesses digitally transform, they must protect the ever-growing number of applications, devices, servers and data across their hybrid cloud infrastructure from sophisticated malicious threats and maintain regulatory compliance. ...
It's among the critical infrastructures one thinks of first re: a cybersecurity incident. The North American power grid has been described as ""the world's largest connected computer."" But how does it function, and what are some of the glaring myths and surprising realities about its cybersecurity capabilities and ...
Join Hannah Dalke, Director of Product at LastPass, John McClure, CISO of Sinclair Broadcast Group, and Richard White, PhD., SVP & CISO of Flushing Bank, for an engaging conversation on cybersecurity and password management. The panelists will discuss how organizations can increase their level of security without ...
He co-chaired the US Cyberspace Solarium Commission, and he's been one of the nation's most informed and outspoken advocates of improving national cyber defense. In this exclusive interview, U.S. Senator Angus King (I-Maine) discusses:
The U.S. 'State of Cybersecurity' – and what's wrong with it
What more needs ...
Averting cyber attacks is always the preference, but frequently not the reality. What happens when the attack can't be avoided? That's when cyber and business resilience play their roles.
In this exclusive panel, two CISOs and a veteran cybersecurity investigator discuss how to:
Define, instill and train for ...
Enough is enough. Frustrated by the toll ransomware is taking on entities large and small - particularly small-to-midsized businesses that are under-resourced - three vastly different CISOs combine forces in this session to discuss how to revitalize your ransomware defenses, including:
How to make do with minimal ...
Head of Cybersecurity Risk, Data Risk and IT Risk, Societe Generale
Fred Harris is the Head of Cybersecurity Risk, Data Risk and IT Risk at Société Générale Americas. Fred is an accomplished Technology Executive with more than 30 years of technology and cybersecurity experience in the financial services industry. Before joining SG, Fred was in a similar role at Bank of America and before that he was with Deloitte for 16 years in a variety of roles.
As technical sales director, Cook is responsible for major accounts at Rubrik. He has been with the company for over four years and has experience in consulting, sales, project management and information technology.
Jeremy is the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at Stevens Institute of Technology, on the Executive Steering Committee for Internet2, Chair of the Eduroam Advisory Board, a Senior Partner with Fortium Partners LLC, and teaches cybersecurity courses for American Public University. After enlisting in the US Navy as an Information Systems Technician he went to work at the White House as a Senior Security Analyst before filling various roles at US Department of Labor, National Nuclear Security Agency, and Goddard Space Flight Center (NASA) before being appointed as the first CISO of the Federal Housing Finance Agency. After government service Jeremy went on to serve as a CISO for Hewlett Packard and The Pew Research Center. Since 2018 he has served the Higher Education community in a variety of vCISO roles for Rutgers University, Rider University, Fairleigh Dickinson University, and others. He is a regular speaker and panelist at NJ Digital Government Summit, EdgeCon, New Jersey annual Cybersecurity Day, and others.
Christopher Frenz currently serves as the AVP of Information Security at Mount Sinai South Nassau where he worked to develop the hospital's information security program and infrastructure. Under his leadership the hospital has been one of the first in the country to embrace a zero trust model for network security. Frenz has also played a role in pushing for the adoption of improved security standards within hospitals and is the author of the OWASP Secure Medical Device Deployment Standard as well as the OWASP Anti-Ransomware Guide.
SVP & Chief Quality Officer and Associate Chief Medical Officer, Northwell Health
As chief quality officer for Northwell Health, Mark Jarrett, MD, is responsible for system-wide initiatives in quality and safety. Dr. Jarrett is also Northwell's associate chief medical officer and a professor of medicine at Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine. He previously served as chief medical officer and DIO at Staten Island University Hospital (SIUH). Prior to that appointment, Dr. Jarrett was director of rheumatology at SIUH from 1982-1999.
Dr. Jarrett is professor of medicine at the Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine. He has extensive research experience, and has been published on the subject of the immune response in systemic lupus erythematosus.
Dr. Jarrett is board certified in internal medicine, rheumatology and geriatrics. He is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians and the American College of Rheumatology, and past president of the Richmond County Medical Society. Dr. Jarrett earned his medical degree from New York University School of Medicine. He completed his residency in internal medicine at Montefiore Medical Center, and a fellowship at Montefiore Medical Center and Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
Sean is the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for Natixis CIB Americas. He has spent the last 10 years delivering Information Security and Technology Risk Management within financial institutions.
Sean currently leads the Information Security Program for the Americas Region of Natixis Corporate Investment Bank, responsible for the delivery of strategic initiatives including Technology Risk Management and Security Culture. Prior to Natixis, Sean worked at Vanquis Bank where he was the Head of Security Architecture, Assurance and Consulting leading a team of Security Architects, Project Managers and Consultants to deliver a secure customer experience and enabling key business objectives. Prior to this, Sean was an Information Security Officer at Deutsche Bank and Business Information Security Officer at Mizuho Bank. As a Royal Holloway Information Security Alumni and a lifelong learner, Sean promotes the importance of continual education for security staff and users alike and holds certifications including an MSc, CISSP, CCSP, CISM and CIPP/US.
David is an experienced security and risk executive with over 25 years of experience in information security, fraud prevention, and risk management. David has focused on financial services for 20 years and was the Chief Information Security Officer of Bank of the West and a Divisional CISO at PNC. David has held multiple leadership positions in Security and Fraud including Wells Fargo, Washington Mutual, and Charles Schwab. David has authored multiple books and whitepapers focused around Cyber Security and Fraud. David is a Certified Fraud Examiner, Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), and frequently quoted in the media on security topics.
Managing Director Global Cyber Risk & Incident Response Services, Alvarez & Marsal
Rocco Grillo currently serves as a Managing Director with Alvarez & Marsal's Disputes and Investigations Global Cyber Risk Services practice. He focuses on leading multi disciplinary teams who provide cyber risk and
incident response services to clients globally. He has been a trusted partner of multiple government agencies, including the FBI and Secret Service, where his cyber expertise was instrumental in investigating and resolving a variety of cyber based crimes. Grillo's experience and understanding of commercial sector challenges and national security objectives have influenced the development of national policy in cybersecurity, including the NIST Cybersecurity Framework. Prior to joining A&M, he held leadership positions at professional services organizations including Stroz Friedberg/Aon Cyber Solutions, where he served as the Global Leader of the firm's Cybersecurity Services. Prior to Aon Cyber Solutions, Grillo was a founding member of Protiviti Inc's Cybersecurity Practice where he led the development of the firm's Global Incident Response and Forensics Investigations Practice. He also assisted with the development of RedSiren Technologies, one of the first managed security services firm that evolved out of Carnegie Mellon. Earlier in his career, he held positions of increasing responsibility with Lucent Technologies and Bell companies. He is an affiliate board advisor for the Retail & Hospitality ISAC and has assisted with other thought leadership initiatives for the FS-ISAC; and assists in creating its annual Compromise Against Payments Systems (CAPS), the simulated industry cyberattack exercise.. He has served on the CLM Cyber Liability Council, the Board of Directors of the NY Metro ISSA Chapter, the IT Policy Compliance Group, and the (i 4) International Information Integrity Institute Research Steering Committee.
John Frushour is the Deputy Chief Information Security Officer for the New York-Presbyterian Hospital System where he manages all things InfoSec for the #4 Hospital in the Nation. John’s responsibilities include NYP’s Security Operations Center, Identity and Access Management Team, Vulnerability and Forensics Team, Security Engineering and Architecture Teams, Enterprise Messaging, Authentication Services and Putting Square Pegs in Square Holes. Previously, John was the Deputy CISO at Nuance Communications where he served in a similar capacity. Prior to this position, John was the Corporate Director for Enterprise Architecture at Motorola Solutions. At Motorola, John designed and deployed the network and infrastructure systems by which government/public safety organizations across the country use to communicate. John is a retired Marine Officer, combat Veteran, and "Mustang”. John earned his undergraduate degree in the field of Computer Science from the University of Kentucky. He also has a graduate degree in the field of Computer Science from the Naval Postgraduate School, is an active CISSP, and really, really loves the Chicago Cubs.