Governments and businesses large and small are continuously being “hacked” and invaded by malicious or mischievous intruders via technology. Concurrently, computing models like the Cloud gain wider acceptance and potentially increase points of vulnerability. What would happen if your business was hacked? What would be the impact to your customer, suppliers, and overall reputation? As business leaders, we continually ask what is our best path forward in the complicated area of technical risk. Are we safer or more at risk using the Cloud versus internal IT? What concerns should we have? How do we comply with privacy regulations? Regardless of your company’s size, IT environment, or future plans, you must be prepared to encounter and manage potentially debilitating technology risks. Come learn about the risks facing your company from a panel of cyber security experts. We’ll explore considerations and controls related to each, and identify actions you can take to improve your security and mitigate risk.SCHEDULE:
7 pm - 7:30 pm - Mingling Reception
7:30 pm - 8:30 pm - Panel Discussion
HOST: J.P. Wilson - CEO, Global Compliance Consultancy Group ("GCCG") -- Separate webcast recording available, please see below.
CHAIR & MODERATOR: CEO Trustee, Joe Tait, CIO of Lydall
- Amy Baker - VP of Marketing, Wombat Security Technologies
- T. Scott Cowperthwait - Partner, Shipman & Goodwin LLP
- Jonathan Dambrot - Managing Director, Prevalent
- Matt Girsch - VP, Sales & Marketing, OneWorld Labs
NOTE: For those arriving via train, it is a short walk from the Darien Train Station to the Office Suites of Darien.
AMY BAKER, Vice President of Marketing at Wombat Security Technologies, has been in the information technology and security industry for more than ten years. Amy has extensive experience in internal communications, which drive cultural change and has been specifically focused on information-security awareness and training for the last few years. She has presented at ISSA, ISACA, Cyber Security Summit, SecureWorld, and CISO Executive Network events and webinars.
T. SCOTT COWPERTHWAIT, Partner with the law firm of Shipman & Goodwin LLP, is a member of the firm's International Trade Compliance and Enforcement group and the Government Investigations and White Collar Criminal Defense group. His practice focuses on representing clients on US and international trade compliance and enforcement, export controls and sanctions, and anti-boycott and anti-bribery matters. He has extensive government investigations and white-collar criminal defense experience representing businesses and individuals in investigations conducted by the DOJ, DHS, SEC, Department of Treasury, US Customs and Border Protection, and more. He heads the firm’s Data Privacy and Security Team, and represents private and public sector entities concerning cybersecurity, infrastructure protection, and national security issues. He advises businesses with respect to economic- and cyber-espionage vulnerability issues involving theft of data and technology, and provides guidance on designing and maintaining effective counterintelligence and compliance policies and programs.
JONATHAN DAMBROT, brings many years of entrepreneurial and management experience to his role as Managing Director at Prevalent. He has worked with both large and medium enterprises to create solutions to better comply with government regulation and mitigate InfoSec risks. Jonathan manages the Prevalent sales & marketing team where he has increased average revenue growth by over 50% every year. Prior to working in the technology industry, Jonathan launched a highly-successful consumer products company where he won several collegiate entrepreneurial awards. Jonathan is a graduate of Fairleigh Dickinson University, received his MBA from Pennsylvania State University, and is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). Jonathan is also a magician and is known to perform for co-workers, clients, and friends.
MATT GIRSCH leads sales, marketing and customer engagement initiatives for One World Labs (“OWL”). He is an educator and partner to ensure that clients understand the current security climate and threat intelligence measures. You will often find Girsch on site with clients and at industry events where he advocates for predictive cybersecurity. Through these interactions he is exposed to countless examples of how threat intelligence can equip organizations to address security vulnerabilities and reduce risks. His career has always been centered on solution selling. He began his career in the telecom industry and has worked in global managed network services, along with systems integration and software development consulting.
Questions? Contact Cathy Curley.
Practical Webcast Q&A Available by our Host CBG - Why the Cyber Insurance Market is Hardening and Other Current, Pressing Cybersecurity Challenges for Hedge Funds & PEs Operating in the U.S. (CBG). To access this webcast recording, please email the head of CBG (JPWilson@GCCG.biz).