A global crisis, a remote workforce and emerging fraud schemes - this is the landscape in which financial institutions continue to develop trust and conduct business. This expert panel examines current trends, lessons learned from crisis and response and paints a picture of what "normal" will look like next - and how to prepare to secure it.
Head of Risk Insights and Advisory, Aite-Novarica Group
Conroy is research director for Aite-Novarica Group's Fraud & AML practice and covers fraud, data security, anti-money laundering, and compliance issues. Conroy brings to Aite Group more than a decade of hands-on product management experience working with financial institutions, payments processors, and risk management companies.
Managing Director & Global Chief Security Officer, The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation
Stephen Scharf is Chief Security Officer (CSO) at The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation. In this role he is responsible for centralizing and aligning the firm’s global information security, physical security, employee safety, and crisis/incident management functions, ensuring a comprehensive and holistic approach to risk management and resilience across the organization.
Stephen comes from Experian where he served as Global Chief Information Security Officer, accountable for the overall strategy, leadership and governance of Experian’s global information security, physical security and business continuity programs.
Prior to that, Stephen was Global Chief Security Officer for Bloomberg, LP. and Managing Security Architect for security consulting firm @stake.
Vice President of North America Engineering, Checkpoint
Jeff Schwartz, CISSP, is vice president of North America engineering at Check Point. Schwartz manages all aspects of technical operations and resources for the company in the region, including a team of over 200 engineers across multidisciplinary fields. Throughout his 20-year career in cybersecurity, he has consulted, designed or overseen the implementation of large network security deployments within every major vertical throughout both the Fortune 500 and major government agencies.