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Cybersecurity: The Leadership Imperative

MARCH 16 - 17, 2017 | THE CONFERENCE BOARD | NEW YORK, NY

March 16 - 17, 2017

Cyber risk impacts every element of your organization – and even the most brilliant information security expertise must be supported by a cross-functional cybersecurity structure and culture to succeed. Cybersecurity: The Leadership Imperative will provide case studies and actionable insights on building and maintaining a structure in which leaders across the organization are able to work together seamlessly to comprehend, measure and respond to cyber risk challenges.

Benefits of Attending:

  • Collaborate and problem-solve with peers within and across functions
  • Take back actionable guidance for building a cyber risk governance structure across your organization
  • Gain insights through interactive cross-functional cybersecurity war game exercises
  • Understand what board members and the C-Suite need to hear on cybersecurity
  • Learn strategies for aligning culture and incentives with your organization’s cybersecurity mission


Key Takeaways:

  • Structuring Cyber Risk Governance: Case Studies – Learn the goals behind, the implementation of, and the results from restructuring of cyber risk governance.
  • Building and Empowering the Cross-Functional Cybersecurity Team – Learn effective strategies of building the cross-functional teams essential to your organization’s cybersecurity.
  • Connecting with, and Leading from, the Board on Cybersecurity -- Hear from board members who are leading on cybersecurity on how to best communicate risks.
  • The Power -- and Perils -- of Public-Private Partnerships in Cybersecurity
  • Designing Security for Humans -- Seeing the human factor as a design imperative rather than a design flaw.
  • Threat Horizon – The latest challenges, including ransomware; the Internet of Things and cyber-physical attacks; AI; and escalations in state cyberwarfare.

CPE logo

Earn up to 13.5 CPE credits
Information Technology
Requirements : Attendees must sign-in each day for full credit. Delivery Method: Group-Live; Program Level: Intermediate, Prerequisites: Bachelor’s degree or higher, Advanced Preparation: None


This program is pre-approved for IGP Recertification Credits
11 Total Hours [10 General Hours, 1 Legal]


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IAPP certified professionals will be able to earn up to 12 CPE Credits


 

Get Involved!

For Sponsorship Opportunities, contact Michael.Felden@conferenceboard.org
For Marketing Partnerships, contact Melissa.Papasidero@conferenceboard.org 

 

LOCATION
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SUPPORTING SPONSOR
Dell Secureworks - Cybersecurity 2017 - Supporting
MARKETING PARTNER
Columbia Law School Partnership
Global Security Risk Management Alliance
Internet Security Alliance
Utica College
AGENDA
MARCH 16 - 17, 2017
THE CONFERENCE BOARD,NEW YORK, NY
March 16 - 17, 2017

Cyber risk impacts every element of your organization – and even the most brilliant information security expertise must be supported by a cross-functional cybersecurity structure and culture to succeed. Cybersecurity: The Leadership Imperative will provide case studies and actionable insights on building and maintaining a structure in which leaders across the organization are able to work together seamlessly to comprehend, measure and respond to cyber risk challenges.

Benefits of Attending:

  • Collaborate and problem-solve with peers within and across functions
  • Take back actionable guidance for building a cyber risk governance structure across your organization
  • Gain insights through interactive cross-functional cybersecurity war game exercises
  • Understand what board members and the C-Suite need to hear on cybersecurity
  • Learn strategies for aligning culture and incentives with your organization’s cybersecurity mission


Key Takeaways:

  • Structuring Cyber Risk Governance: Case Studies – Learn the goals behind, the implementation of, and the results from restructuring of cyber risk governance.
  • Building and Empowering the Cross-Functional Cybersecurity Team – Learn effective strategies of building the cross-functional teams essential to your organization’s cybersecurity.
  • Connecting with, and Leading from, the Board on Cybersecurity -- Hear from board members who are leading on cybersecurity on how to best communicate risks.
  • The Power -- and Perils -- of Public-Private Partnerships in Cybersecurity
  • Designing Security for Humans -- Seeing the human factor as a design imperative rather than a design flaw.
  • Threat Horizon – The latest challenges, including ransomware; the Internet of Things and cyber-physical attacks; AI; and escalations in state cyberwarfare.

CPE logo

Earn up to 13.5 CPE credits
Information Technology
Requirements : Attendees must sign-in each day for full credit. Delivery Method: Group-Live; Program Level: Intermediate, Prerequisites: Bachelor’s degree or higher, Advanced Preparation: None


This program is pre-approved for IGP Recertification Credits
11 Total Hours [10 General Hours, 1 Legal]


Iapp logo

IAPP certified professionals will be able to earn up to 12 CPE Credits


 

Get Involved!

For Sponsorship Opportunities, contact Michael.Felden@conferenceboard.org
For Marketing Partnerships, contact Melissa.Papasidero@conferenceboard.org 

 

Brian Allen, Chief Security Officer, Time Warner Inc.

Todd Bearman, Chief Information Security Officer, TE Connectivity

Andrea Bonime-Blanc, CEO, GEC Risk Advisory LLC

Marcel Bucsescu, Co-Program Director, Council of Chief Legal Officers, The Conference Board

Dawn Cappelli, VP, Global Security and Chief Information Security Officer, Rockwell Automation

Larry Clinton, President and Chief Executive Officer, Internet Security Alliance

John Gevertz, Privacy Management Strategist, Company for Unlinked Contact DO NOT CHANGE THE NAME OF THIS COMPANY

Jason Harrell, Head of Risk Analysis and Reporting, Depository Trust and Clearing Corporation (DTCC) Jersey City

Amit Kachhia-Patel, Unit Chief, FBI Cyber Operations Branch

Rachelle Loyear, Co-author, The Manager’s Guide to Enterprise Security Risk Management: Essentials of Risk-Based Secu,

William McCracken, Director, MDU Resources Group, Inc.

Randal Milch, Distinguished Fellow, NYU Center for Cybersecurity, Verizon Communications Inc.

Jon Ramsey, Chief Technology Officer, SecureWorks

Fawad Shamshad, Director, Bristol-Myers Squibb

Andrew Tannenbaum, Cybersecurity Counsel, IBM

John Turey, Vice President, Enterprise Risk & Security Management, TE Connectivity

Supporting Sponsor
Dell Secureworks - Cybersecurity 2017 - Supporting
Marketing Partner
Columbia Law School Partnership
Global Security Risk Management Alliance
Internet Security Alliance
Utica College