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Cybersecurity, Disaster Recovery and Risk Management for the Digital Enterprise Summit: 2019

Strategies and Tools for Managing Privacy, Compliance and Breach Plus:
Preparing for the Worst

The shift to the digital enterprise increases risk. Not just another CISO event, this Cyber Security Summit is geared towards CIOs, and Senior Technology, Innovation & Digital executives who want a strategic overview of how their peers and industry experts are implementing their key Cyber Security, Disaster Recovery and Risk Management initiatives.

For our 2019 Summit, we’ll explore key strategies in four key areas:

  • Data Breach:  In today’s world, you must not only guard against breach, but be prepared for what to do when it happens.  Learn key strategies you must deploy if the worst happens.

  • Privacy & Compliance: Managing Privacy in an era of increasing compliance has become a high priority.  From GDPR to the new California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), increasing regulations demand the need to include managing privacy in your strategies.

  • CyberSecurity Technology:  Learn about some of the newest and most effective cybersecurity technologies, ranging from A-I, to security for IOT and more.  

  • Your Disaster Recovery & DR Plan - Preparing for the Worst - In a special panel, we’ll discuss the key elements of an integrated DR and Risk Management plan, that both prepares for the worst, and minimizes the impact on the organization.

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Faculty & Agenda:

Check back for new Faculty and Sessions as they are added.

Bradley Schaufenbuel, VP Chief Information Security Officer, Paylocity

Bradley Schaufenbuel, VP Chief Information Security Officer, Paylocity

 
Mark Shipman District Director - Information Security, City Colleges of Chicago Mark Shipman District Director - Information Security, City Colleges of Chicago
 
Joe Norton, Chief Security Officer, Atos

Joe Norton, Chief Security Officer, Atos

 
Sean Nealon, CCISO, CISSP, Sr. Director, Cyber & Information Security | IT Retail, Brookfield Properties

Sean Nealon, CCISO, CISSP, Sr. Director, Cyber & Information Security | IT Retail, Brookfield Properties

 
Darin Hurd, Chief Information Security Officer, Guaranteed Rate

Darin Hurd, Chief Information Security Officer, Guaranteed Rate

 
Paul Bivian Director of Information Security, Kirkland & Ellis Paul Bivian, Director of Information Security, Kirkland & Ellis
 

Joy Mizell Cohn, MS, CIPP-US , Director, Risk Management and Privacy Office, American Medical Association

 
oseph Burkard, Jr., Chief Security Officer, Alight Solutions (formerly Aon Hewitt)

Joseph Burkard, Jr., Chief Security Officer, Alight Solutions (formerly Aon Hewitt)

 
Stan Wisseman, Chief Security Strategist, Micro Focus

Stan Wisseman, Chief Security Strategist, Micro Focus
-sponsored by CBTS

 

Stan Wisseman, Chief Security Strategist, Micro Focus

Trevor Bidle, Information Security & Compliance Officer, US Signal


 

Jorel Van Os, Information Security Analyst, US Signal

 
Matt Johnson, Regional Systems Engineer, Illumio

Matt Johnson, Regional Systems Engineer, Illumio

 


Event Agenda

Session I: Building a Holistic Vulnerability Management Program

What is a vulnerability management program and why do you need it? US Signal's information security team will help you understand how a strong Vulnerability Management practice helps your company defend against the exploitation of vulnerabilities in applications, software and networks. Trevor Bidle, Information Security & Compliance Officer, and Jorel Van Os, Information Security Analyst, will take you through the key steps to building a vulnerability management program, vulnerability scanning, PCI segment segregation scanning, tools to use and what to do with the results.

    Stan Wisseman, Chief Security Strategist, Micro Focus

    Trevor Bidle, Information Security & Compliance Officer, US Signal

    As Information Security and Compliance Office, Trevor Bidle is responsible for the Physical, Logical, and Cybersecurity of US Signal.  Bidle leads US Signal’s Security Operations Center, Compliance Program, and Internal Audit functions. Before joining US Signal in 2003, Trevor held technical and management positions with SBC Communications, Choice One Communications, and US Xchange, LLC.  Bidle has over 24 years of experience leading Information Technology, Telecommunications Engineering, and Networking teams.


       

    Jorel Van Os, Information Security Analyst, US Signal

    Jorel started in the Network Operations Center as a technician 9 years ago, Jorel has since been promoted and then transitioned onto the InfoSec team, protecting the company and its customers. Since graduating from Grand Valley State University with a Bachelor in Business Administration, Management Information Systems, Jorel now has 15+ years of IT experience and 12 of those being in telecom. Additionally, Jorel is a Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) and Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH).

Session II: Panel- Data Breach & Privacy Compliance Strategies - How to Prepare and What to Do If/When the Worst Happens

Join our panel of CISOs and CyberSecurity executives as they discuss how they are preparing for Data Breach while balancing the ever growing requirements for Privacy Compliance.

    Bradley Schaufenbuel, VP Chief Information Security Officer, Paylocity

    Bradley Schaufenbuel, VP Chief Information Security Officer, Paylocity

    Bradley Schaufenbuel is currently the Chief Information Security Officer at Paylocity. He has authored multiple books and articles about information security and governance. Bradley is a licensed attorney. He holds twenty-three professional designations in the areas of information security management, IT compliance, information privacy, fraud examination, IT audit, computer forensics, ethical hacking, business continuity planning, project management, cloud security, and process improvement. Bradley holds an MBA from DePaul University and a JD and an LLM in information technology and privacy law from the John Marshall Law School in Chicago. He has served as a director on several boards, is a regular speaker at industry conferences, and has served numerous clients as a freelance consultant.  Bradley was named the Chicago CISO of the Year in 2018.

       
    Mark Shipman District Director - Information Security, City Colleges of Chicago

    Mark Shipman District Director - Information Security, City Colleges of Chicago

    Mark Shipman is currently the District Director of Information Security at the City Colleges of Chicago. CCC is the largest community college system in Illinois and one of the largest in the nation, with 5,000 faculty and staff serving more than more than 80,000 students annually at seven colleges and five satellite sites. Mark began his career building computer security systems and technology to protect electric power grids and nuclear generation facilities. During the Internet boom he built security solutions for large online retailers in the early days of e-commerce. Over his career he has brought his experience and skills to Fortune 500 companies in Technology, Finance, Pharmaceuticals, Media, Management Consulting, and Higher Education in both the public and private sector.


       
    Joe Norton, Chief Security Officer, Atos

    Joe Norton, Chief Security Officer, Atos

    Joseph (Joe) Norton is an information technology executive, educator, and consultant with extensive experience in improving the performance of corporate IT organizations and in turning around "at risk" IT endeavors.  He has held a variety of positions with Atos including Head of Group Security and Chief Security Officer,Head of Group Quality and Chief Customer Satisfaction Officer and Technology Officer, North American Operations. Joe has also served in senior executive roles with Philips, Novartis, McKinsey & Company, McDonald’s

       
    Darin Hurd, Chief Information Security Officer, Guaranteed Rate

    Darin Hurd, Chief Information Security Officer, Guaranteed Rate

    With more years in technology than hair on his head, Darin is a senior executive with over twenty years’ experience in information technology, consulting and financial services. He has a unique combination of breadth and depth; designed, built, or operated every technology function and leveraged technology to align, integrate, and enable business capabilities and operational at all organizations levels. Information security, privacy, risk, and vendor management leader with extensive experience engaging board of directors, executive teams, and internal and external stakeholders to support safe and sound business operations. Currently Darin is the Chief Information Security Officer at Guaranteed Rate, where he works with incredible colleagues to deliver the best mortgage experience on the planet. He holds an MBA from Northwestern University - Kellogg School of Management.

Session III: Secure Data and Have Instant Usability for Your Business Partners and Across Hybrid Clouds… A Data-Centric Approach

    Stan Wisseman, Chief Security Strategist, Micro Focus

    Stan Wisseman, Chief Security Strategist, Micro Focus
    -sponsored by CBTS


    Stan Wisseman is the Chief Security Strategist and leader for Micro Focus’ Security products Business Solutions team in the U.S. In this role, Mr. Wisseman is responsible for providing providing thought leadership and insight regarding the ever changing global threat landscape. Mr. Wisseman has over 30 years of information security experience and has applied security best practices to operating systems, networks, systems, software, and organizations. He has worked for NSA, Oracle, Cable & Wireless, Cigital, and Booz Allen Hamilton in roles that have ranged from Security Engineer, Product Manager, to Director of various Information Security consulting practices. Prior to joining the firm in 2014, Mr. Wisseman served as the Chief Information Security Officer for Fannie Mae with responsibilities for information security and business resiliency across the organization. Micro Focus and CBTS are business partners delivering technology solutions to meet the needs of enterprise and mid-market organizations.

Session IV:  Risks of electrical grids and other government supplied infrastructure and  how companies can minimize that risk.

Session V: Presented by Illumio

    Matt Johnson, Regional Systems Engineer, Illumio

    Matt Johnson, Regional Systems Engineer, Illumio

    Matt Johnson is a Regional Systems Engineer at Illumio. He focuses on evangelizing the benefits of micro-segmentation as well as working with Illumio customers to implement successful segmentation projects. Prior to Illumio, Matt  was at AHEAD helping enterprise IT organizations drive cloud adoption and acceleration.

Session VI:  TBD

Session VII: Panel- Preparing for the Worst - Key Strategies for an integrated Disaster Recovery and Risk Management Program.

When the worst happens, whether a breach, cyber attack, or even a crisis in the local community such as an electrical grid going down or natural disaster, then your Disaster Recovery & Risk Management plan must kick in. In this panel, executives will share how they both prepare for the worst, and minimize the impact of the worst happening with an effective Risk Management program.

    Sean Nealon, CCISO, CISSP, Sr. Director, Cyber & Information Security | IT Retail, Brookfield Properties

    Sean Nealon, CCISO, CISSP, Sr. Director, Cyber & Information Security | IT Retail, Brookfield Properties

    Sean Nealon is the Information Security leader for Brookfield Properties Retail Group (Formerly GGP). Brookfield Properties Retail Group is a large Real Estate Investment Trust managing 161 retail properties in 42 states which encompass 146 million square feet.  In this role, he has created an information security program from the ground up and established a risk management strategy for the corporate offices and vast amount of IoT devices across the portfolio.  Sean started his career at The Boston Consulting Group and spent 11 years there in various IT and Security roles.  He also worked for Kirkland & Ellis where he overhauled the security operations systems and streamlined incident response.

       
    Paul Bivian Director of Information Security, Kirkland & Ellis

    Paul Bivian, Director of Information Security, Kirkland & Ellis

    Paul Bivian is the Director of Information Security at Kirkland & Ellis. With over twenty-two years of IT and Information Security experience, Paul has worked in organizations across the financial, managed security, insurance, transportation, government and legal sector. Over 75% of his career has been focused around information security.  As Director of Information Security, he is responsible for oversight and management of the Governance, Compliance, Threat/Vulnerability Management and Incident Response programs. In his previous role as the CISO for the City of Chicago, he was responsible for measuring, communicating and responding to cyber risks for City of Chicago assets. He led the Information Security Office (ISO) in delivering and enforcing key objectives around strategy, framework, policy and procedures that align to the City’s needs as well as legislative, regulatory and industry best practices.

       

    Joy Mizell Cohn, MS, CIPP-US , Director, Risk Management and Privacy Office, American Medical Association

     
    Joy Mizell Cohn MS, CBCP, CIPP-US created and oversees the Risk Management and Privacy Office at the American Medical Association. She reports directly to the Chief Financial Officer and annually reports out to the Audit Committee of Board of Trustees.  Joy is responsible for business continuity management, worksite recovery, emergency management and the association’s privacy office. She works very closely with Information Technology, the Office of the General Counsel and Internal Audit identifying and establishing strategies, policies and programs to mitigate cyber security and disaster recovery risk.  Joy also oversees the AMA’s incident response process and works with all business units managing reputation risk through a corporate review process for all Association activities that utilize the AMA name and logo with external entities. 

       
    oseph Burkard, Jr., Chief Security Officer, Alight Solutions (formerly Aon Hewitt)

    Joseph Burkard, Jr., Chief Security Officer, Alight Solutions (formerly Aon Hewitt)


    Joseph Burkard serves as Alight Solutions Chief Security Officer where he oversees and directs physical and cyber security initiatives. These include developing and enforcing security policies and strategies, establishing security standards and programs across the company and focusing on increasing protections around digital and physical assets. He also oversees client fraud and investigations and monitors information security risks overall.

    Joe has more than 20 years of experience as a technology risk consultant, IT auditor and information security practitioner. Joe maintains industry certifications as a Certified Information Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) and Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA).

 

 

 




Who Should Attend:

  • CIOs
  • CxOs
  • CISOs
  • Chief Risk Officers
  • COOs
  • Chief Innovation Officers
  • VPs & Directors responsible for driving change

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LOGISTICS

February 28, 2019
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Lake Forest Graduate School of Management
Conway Park
1905 W. Field Court, Lake Forest, IL 60045

8:00 am Continental Breakfast
8:30 am Program begins


Who Should Attend:

*This event is only open to CIOs, Senior Technology Executives, Chief Innovation Officers, CxOs, Digital Officers and their senior team members Director and above. Examples include:

  • CIOs
  • Progressive CxOs
  • Chief Innovation Officers
  • Chief Technology Officers
  • Digital Officers
  • Chief Marketing Officers
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Hilton Garden Inn Lake Forest Mettawa
26225 Riverwoods Blvd, Mettawa, IL 60045
(847) 735-8374


Holiday Inn Express-Vernon Hills
975 Lakeview Pkwy, Vernon Hills, IL 60061
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450 N Milwaukee Ave, Vernon Hills, IL 60061
(847) 918-1400

 

Important Notice:

This event is only open to CIOs, Senior Technology Executives, Directors and above, CxOs and their senior team members Director and above.

CIOs, CTOs, and CxOs from established Technology Consulting Firms and Solution Providers may attend and add to the conversation as long as they are NOT in a field sales position.  An established firm is defined as 50 million in revenue or above.

Technology consulting firms, solution providers and other industry service organizations must be sponsors to participate.

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