As cyber threats are expected to become more sophisticated and frequent in 2019, do you know what your organization should be doing to manage risk? Join our panel of experts on Tuesday December 10th as they discuss current cyber security trends and share best practices. Take away real-world examples and practical tips and learn how to decipher your areas of vulnerability and analyze your current plan to prepare for future threats. Do you review cyber risks on a regular basis? All CFOs should be having on-going discussions with their management teams.
The preparation, policies and procedures you can put into place today to improve your security posture
From an FBI perspective, what are the biggest threats to corporations and how they can prepare for them
Technologies to consider that reflect your company type, size, and industry
Future exposure threats to consider
Eric Atherley, Special Agent, FBI Portland
Special Agent Eric Atherley has been with the FBI for over 8 years, working in the Washington, DC, San Francisco, and Portland field offices. For the last 4 years, he has been primarily investigating hacking and other computer crimes by both criminals and nation-state actors.
Jared Swezey, CTO, UpTime Sciences
From being involved in the project to bring the first fiber connections to John F. Kennedy Airport to working with global business leaders to plan and implement digital transformation, Jared has a diversified background in the technology industry. A current journalist for the Register Guard’s Blue Chip & often featured on KEZI & KMTR news, he is at the forefront, locally, explaining cyber risks to the public & business community. Over his 13+ years of technology leadership he has worked for Clearwire, Smeed Communications, Comcast & CenturyLink focusing on enterprise technology solutions. He is currently CTO of UpTime Sciences, a leading Information technology managed IT & Security firm based in Eugene, Oregon. His focus is driving operational efficiency, while strategically implementing security practices in order to reduce organizational risk. Mr. Swezey was recently just awarded The Top 20 Under 40 Award for Rising Professionals from the Eugene Chamber of Commerce.
Brian Swanson, SVP, Treasury Sales Manager, Bank of America
Brian Swanson is the Treasury Sales Manager for the Pacific Northwest Global Treasury Services Team. Brian has over 25 years of experience in Treasury Management sales, training and project management. Brian leads a team of Treasury Sales Officers whose primary focus is on new client acquisition, deepening existing relationships, and providing advisory services by identifying client needs and leading working capital discussions. Brian began his career at Bank of America in 1992 in the retail credit card center in Phoenix, AZ. In 1997 Brian began working for Del Webb Corporation, a large Real Estate developer, where he led the Treasury Team as Cash Manager. In 2002, Brian rejoined Bank of America as a Treasury Sales Officer in Phoenix, and in 2017 he moved to Portland in his current role. Brian has covered a variety of industries and geographies during his career including Healthcare, Not-for-Profit, Gaming, Retail, Real Estate, and General Industries clients. Brian earned his Bachelor’s degree in Business from Arizona State University, as well as an MBA from the University of Phoenix. He earned his Certified Treasury Professional (CTP) designation in 2002. Brian previously served on the Fresh Start Women’s Foundation Board, and volunteers locally at the Oregon Food Bank, and Habitat for Humanity.
Diana Van Horn, CPCU, SVP Branch Manager, Heffernan Insurance Brokers - Moderator
Diana Van Horn is the SVP for Heffernan Insurance Brokers, managing all aspects of the Oregon operations. Diana has over 30 years experience in the insurance industry. Prior to Heffernan she spent 15 years with QBE’s North America operations as SVP of the Western Region and SVP of Strategic Marketing. Diana holds multiple insurance designations which includes, the Charter Property and Casualty Underwriter (CPCU), Associate in Risk Management (ARM) Associate in Underwriting (AU) Associate in Management (AIM) Certified Risk Management (CRM), and Certified Insurance Counselor (CIC). Diana is founding member of the Exclusive Women’s Executive Society and has served the community in many capacities including as a Board Member for Oregon Insurance Guaranty Association and National Director for the CPCU Ethics Committee and Leadership Council.
- Instructional method: Group-Live
- Recommended CPE Credits: 1.8 Credits in Information Technology
- Experience Level: none
- Prerequisites/advance preparation: none
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