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Cybersecurity: The Hits Just Keep on Coming

Classroom
January 18, 2018
Iselin, NJ


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Member Price: $40
Non-Member Price: $55

Overview

 

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Sony, Yahoo, Equilar, Uber, Target, . . . the list of companies experiencing major cybersecurity breaches goes on and on.  And smaller companies are not immune to cybersecurity risks, including attacks of ransomware, malicious code and vulnerabilities passed along by their own business partners and employees.  The cost of a cyber-attack can range from a few thousand dollars to many millions in damage to customers and reputation, business interruption and remediation. While boards identify cybersecurity as a primary area of risk, they also believe that they can improve their own knowledge as well as their level of confidence in their corporation’s readiness to defend against and deal with the aftermath of a cyber-attack.

A sampling of topics to be covered by our panel of experts includes:

• The most salient current threats as well as the next generation
  of cyber-risk from new technologies

• What are the key exposures to your company both internally and externally
• How to grill your CIO/CISO about what defensive actions the company is taking
• When and how your company should engage with law enforcement

Attendees will also receive a copy of the NACD Directors’ Series Handbook: 
Cyber-Risk Oversight


Moderator


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Jon Rose
Chief Security Officer

Dun & Bradstreet

Jon Rose is a seasoned IT Security leader and advisor to business executives and technology teams specializing in business risk. Jon currently manages a security consulting practice, RedSky Security, based out of New York City. Prior to consulting, Jon served as the Chief Security Officer for Dun & Bradstreet, where he managed the strategic direction and operations of D&B’s agile security team. In that capacity, he was responsible for securing more than 240 million business records associated with $1.7 billion in revenue. Security Magazine titled Jon as one of the top 10 CISO’s in his field in 2015.

Jon launched his career in Washington DC as a security specialist at TWM, a defense consulting firm focused on military systems for the Department of Defense.  He previously was employed at Ernst and Young’s Giuliani Advanced Security Center as an independant consultant advising business executives and technology teams responsible for manageing the complex risks associated with IT security.

 

Jon studied Computer Information Systems and Management at James Madison University.


Discussion Leaders


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Marene Allison
Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer
Johnson & Johnson


Marne Allison is responsible for protecting the company’s Information Technology (IT) systems and data worldwide through elimination and mitigation of cybersecurity risk. This includes ensuring that the J&J information security posture supports business growth objectives, protects public trust in the J&J brand, and meets legal/regulatory requirements. With 265 companies in 60+ countries, J&J is a leader in consumer health and pharmaceutical products worldwide.

Prior to joining Johnson & Johnson, Marene was Chief Security Officer and Vice President for Medco, and before that was employed as head of Global Security at Avaya Inc.; as Vice President of Loss Prevention and Safety for the Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company; and as a Special Agent in the FBI working on undercover drug operations and anti-terrorism.

Marene has a Bachelor of Science degree from The United States Military Academy at West Point, and has served in the US Army in the Military Police.


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Supervisory Special Agent
FBI Newark Division's Cyber Task Force

Brett entered the FBI in 2009 and was assigned to a Newark Cyber Squad where he investigated criminal and national security computer intrusions and theft of trade secret cases.  In 2015, Brett accepted a supervisory position at FBI Headquarters in the Cyber Division, where he was a national program manager for large scale national security intrusion investigations while coordinating closely with other members of the U.S. Intelligence Community.  Brett returned to FBI Newark in 2017 and began his current supervisory role.  Prior to joining the FBI, Brett worked as an Engineering Manager and Electrical Engineer, where he designed electronic circuits for industrial and military applications. Brett also served for 6 years in the military.

 

 

Location and Time

 

APA Hotel Woodbridge
120 Wood Avenue South
Iselin, NJ 08830

7:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.




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