CyberStorm Cybersecurity Conference
CyberStorm: Depth of the Threat
CONFERENCE AT PACE UNIVERSITY ON OCTOBER 11, 2018
Reflections on Current Cyber Threats
The Evolving Election Security Threat Landscape
Jeffrey W. Brown, Chief Information Security Officer, AIG Life & Retirement
Tom Glocer, Executive Chair & Co-Founder, BlueVoyant LLC and Capitolis Inc
Chris Hetner, Senior Cybersecurity Advisor to the Chairman, US Securities and Exchange Commission
Marios Damianides, Partner, Northeast Region Cybersecurity Leader, EY
Maurice DiMeo, Partner, Client Technology Leader, EY
Dan Ennis, Global Head of Advanced Threat Intelligence, BlueVoyant
Suresh Kumar, Digital Leader, Board Member, Investor, Speaker
Paul Lewis, VP of Risk Management and Cybersecurity, T&M Protection Resources, LLC
Kenny Li, Principal, Chief Technology Officer, Citrin Cooperman
Kari Rollins, Partner, Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP
Nick Selby, NYPD Director of Cyber Intelligence and Investigations
Derek Vadala, Managing Director, Chief Information Security Officer Moody’s Corporation
Barney Margolis, Global Head of Internal Audit, Cantor Fitzgerald
Venkata Ramdas Avasarala, CISSP, CISA Head of Cyber Security Sales, North America, TATA Consultancy Services
This year's conference theme is "the depth of the threat." It should be no surprise that, in the volatile business, social, and political climate we live in today, hundreds of thousands of individuals and organizations are - at any point - a potential target for cyberattacks. Whether somebody receives a sophisticated phishing email on their personal or work email or a government agency comes under a meticulously executed attack by international hackers, the digital landscape continues to demonstrate that you can never be too prepared.
Announcing special guest
Harley the Cyber Dog
Harley and her handler Detective Brett Hochron will give a live demonstration on how the K9 workforce is used to locate devices containing potentially criminal information.
Preparation is a key topic at this year’s conference: if you know you are going to be attacked, how do you prepare for it? And if it happens, how do you and your organization respond? How can you practice resilience when there are stories in the news every day about large-scale hacks on powerful companies?
Following the success of the inaugural CyberStorm conference in 2017, this year’s event promises to include fascinating industry insights from top names in cybersecurity. Interspersed among the industry professionals will be several of our own faculty members from Pace University’s Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems.