The Internet is the 21st century’s most vital battleground. Online attacks on US corporations are all too commonplace. Networks are disrupted, systems are illicitly accessed, credit card information is accessed, and intellectual property is stolen. Individuals, organizations, and states utilize cyber warfare to disrupt, access, or conduct espionage, which affects corporate profits, public confidence, stock markets, economic & service sectors, and other critical national infrastructures. Join our panel of experts to discover how CFOs can contend with such a wide range of threats, and how to future-proof your company from further damage.
- Learn about the most common risks and threats
- Methods of protection, including security policies and educational programs
- Practical perspectives to manage risk while staying productive
- How to mitigate risk overall and the pro/cons of each approach
- Discuss cyber risk governance from the Board and C-Level
Eric Chuang, Managing Director - Forensic Technology Services, BDO
Eric Chuang is a Managing Director in the firm’s Forensic Technology Services practice with more than 20 years of investigative experience in law enforcement and national security, including cybersecurity, incident response, crisis management, computer network operations and secure communications. Eric has held several senior positions in law enforcement, including most recently as Chief of the computer operations group in the Operational Technology Division of the FBI.
Having extensive experience in all aspects of computer network operations, Eric helps clients to rapidly respond to major cyber incidents, identifying compromised systems and impacted individuals, determining breach scope and data loss, advising on containment and remediation, and future breach mitigation. From 2010 until 2017, he was involved in the investigation of many notable cyber incidents, and has worked extensively with a range of cyber industry partners and technology vendors. He also utilized his Doctor of Psychology in the FBI to conduct numerous investigative interviews, crisis management, conflict resolution, and training.
Eric received the FBI Director’s Award for Outstanding Science & Technology Achievement, having built and deployed an enterprise undercover capability to support the FBI’s operational activities on the internet, and was responsible for its global tactical and crisis communications. Experienced in the coordination of foreign counterintelligence and counterterrorism, Eric received the Director of National Counterterrorism Center Award in 2008.
Ryan Hallett, Deputy Chief Risk Officer - Enterprise Risk Management, Black Knight, Inc.
Ryan Hallett, Deputy Chief Risk Officer, is an Information Security and Risk Management professional with 20 years of experience in the Information Technology industry including 10 years dedicated to the establishment of long-term Information Security strategies, Risk Governance Programs and company-wide programs and processes in the Financial Services industry. Ryan is responsible for Enterprise Risk Governance, Identity and Access Management and the ERM Project Management Office (PMO). The Enterprise Risk Governance team defines the risk management framework for the organization, identifies risk, assesses risk and prioritizes risk to ensure Black Knight operates within its risk appetite in order to support the achievement of the Company’s objectives. The ERM PMO focuses on the development and execution of risk and security programs to ensure both customer and proprietary corporate data is protected from internal and external threats. As the head of the Identity and Access Management team, she is responsible for managing the enterprise wide Identity and Access Management Office, deploying strategic identity management and privileged access management solutions and defining the strategic roadmap for governance and centralization.
Ryan joined Black Knight in September of 2014 as a VP of Enterprise Risk Management. During her tenure at Black Knight, she provided oversight to several risk functions including Enterprise Risk Program Management, Enterprise Risk Governance and the Identity and Access Management Office (IAMO).
Prior to joining Black Knight, Ryan spent 7 years at Voya, most recently as Vice President of Security Operations and Threat Management. Her responsibilities included the management of all operational security functions including; Penetration Testing, Security Incident Response, Security Intelligence, 24x7 Security Operations Center, Forensic Investigations, Security Tool Policy Management (Endpoint Protection, NAC, Bit9, NIPS, DLP), eDiscovery, Email Journaling Governance, Vulnerability Management, Secure Code Review, Database and Server Compliance Scanning.
Prior to joining Voya, Ryan worked for Aon Hewitt for 7 years as an Implementation Manager. Her responsibilities included the oversight of client relationship management, software configuration/development and quality assurance efforts for a portfolio of large scale client implementations totaling $25M in annual revenue.
Ryan is a Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and is a Board Member for the local ISACA chapter.
Ryan was recently recognized by the Jacksonville Business Journal as one of the most influential women in Northeast Florida.
Ryan was instrumental in developing a strategic technology solution which resulted in Black Knight’s recognition as a 2019 CSO50 award winner by IDG’s CSO. This honor is awarded to select companies for their efforts in developing and implementing world-class security strategies that drive business value and demonstrate significant thought leadership.
Additionally, Ryan holds a BSBA in Decision Information Sciences and a Masters of Arts in International Business from the University of Florida.
Jack Healey, Chief Executive Officer, Bear Hill Advisory Group, LLC (Moderating)
Specializing in business risk assessments, preparedness and response for a wide variety of industries, Jack is an expert in crisis management strategies and tactics. He teaches organizations to effectively identify, prepare and respond to risks having an adverse impact on the organizations’ brand and reputation. He has designed and implemented Cybersecurity Incident Response Plans for Fortune 500 and medium sized organizations.
In addition to forming Bear Hill Advisory Group in 2009, Mr. Healey’s career includes 12 years as EVP, COO/CFO and Corporate Secretary of a NYSE/NASDAQ listed company and 16 years in public accounting serving as Partner in Charge of Audit Assurance.
He authored the Business Crisis Diagnostic and Prevention Model™ which provides businesses with the framework necessary to identify impending business crises before they occur. This Model helps identify the hidden risks inherent in an organization in order to develop containment plans to resolve complicated business crises and manage the consequences associated with fraud, product recall, data breach, workplace violence and activist shareholders
Mr. Healey is a member of InfraGard, ISACA, ACFE, AICPA and NACD. He has held Board positions for both publicly and privately held companies. He serves on the Advisory Boards for the CFO Leadership Council for Atlanta and Jacksonville, and The Accounting Advisory Board for the Whitman School of Business at Syracuse University.
About Bear Hill Advisory Group:
Bear Hill Advisory Group™, “A beacon of light in uncertain times”,™ provides Business Rescue Services to companies who are experiencing significant brand and reputation or business survival crises. Bear Hill Advisory Group has experience in making what may seem like daunting business problems manageable. We prepare organizations to navigate the ‘unthinkable’ through our specialty services.
Cyber Security Incident Prevention/ Response, Unethical Act Prevention/Response, Business Crisis Management, Business Process Redesign, Vendor Fraud Investigation, Financial Re-engineering, and Interim C-Suite Engagements.
Jason Raymond, CISSPVP and Chief Information Security Officer, Guidewell Mutual Holding Corporation
As Vice President, Chief Information Security Officer for GuideWell and Florida Blue, Jason Raymond is responsible for leading an enterprise information security and data privacy program that meets the needs of the business, subsidiaries, clients and providers to ensure that we adequately protect our data.
Prior to joining the organization in 2016, Raymond served as Vice President and General Manager of Astadia, a Jacksonville-based global technology services firm. In this role, he was responsible for leading all IT-related activities, including information security. Before assuming that role, he served as Vice President of Information Technology, Operations.
Prior to joining Astadia, he served in several senior leadership positions with Prosperity Bank in St. Augustine, Fla., including Executive Vice President, Chief Information Officer, with responsibility for leading information security; Senior Vice President, Chief Technology Officer; and Assistant Vice President, Director of Information Technology.
In 2019, Raymond was appointed by Governor Ron DeSantis to the Florida Cybersecurity Task Force, which is responsible for analyzing and identifying potential improvements for state government cybersecurity programs. Raymond has been a 40 Under 40 honoree of the Jacksonville Business Journal and is a board member of the Northeastern Florida STEM2 hub, which promotes education and training in science, technology, engineering, math and medicine. Additionally, he actively volunteers with Big Brothers Big Sisters of America.
Raymond earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Central Florida, a Master of Business Administration and Master of Technology Management from the University of Phoenix and completed Louisiana State University’s Graduate School of Banking.
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