Cyber threats are more sophisticated and frequent, do you know what your organization should be doing to mitigate and manage risk?
Internet-based attacks on US corporations accomplish varied objectives, such as disrupting computer information networks; gaining unauthorized access to systems; realizing economic incentives by accessing sensitive financial information and payment systems; and stealing critical intellectual property.
These attacks are launched by individuals, organizations, and states. Cyber terrorism has an adverse effect on corporate profits, public confidence, stock markets, economic/service sectors, and other national critical infrastructures.
So how can CFOs contend with these threats? Join us for ‘Cyber Security: How to stay abreast of the latest threats in cyber warfare’ on Tuesday, October 29th.
- The preparation, policies and procedures you can put into place today to improve your security posture
- How to build incident response plans
- Technologies to consider that reflect your company type, size and industry
- Future exposure threats to consider
Our confirmed speakers to date include:
- Moderator: Ted Claypoole, Partner, Womble Bond Dickinson
- Brian Dykstra, CEO, ADF
- Greg Tselikis, Principal Technology Advisory Practice, SC&H
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Instructional method: Group-Live
Recommended CPE Credits: 1.8 CPE credits in Information Technology
Experience Level: Basic
Prerequisites/advance preparation: None
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About Our Speakers
Theodore F. Claypoole, Partner, Womble Bond Dickinson
Ted Claypoole leads Womble Bond Dickinson (US) LLP’s IP Transactions and FinTech Teams and co-chairs the firm’s Privacy and Cybersecurity Team. Clients call on Ted to help manage, protect and profit from information, and his practice spans all sectors of the information economy. He helps companies design data analytics strategies and comply with relevant laws and contracts. Privacy and cybersecurity are the starting points for client advice on data collected through transactions, online interactions and the Internet of Things, with an emphasis on payments and financial activity.
A former in-house data and technology counsel for Bank of America and for CompuServe, Ted brings deep and practical experience in business and risk management to his work with clients. From global outsourcing agreements to sophisticated technology provided as a service, Ted meets client goals by developing and implementing IP protective contracts. He drafts and negotiates agreements involving software, the internet, data, mobile/remote access, and services. Ted advises both FinTech start-ups and large financial services companies in payment processing, data security, insurance and other matters.
A regular speaker on privacy and security issues, Ted has been selected five times as a presenter for the RSA Data Security Conference in San Francisco, where he recently led a panel on AI’s effect on Information Security. He is co-author with Theresa Payton of two books from Rowman & Littlefield Publishers titled Privacy in the Age of Big Data and Protecting Your Internet Identity: Are You Naked Online?
2000, North Carolina
J.D., 1988, Ohio State University College of Law
B.A., 1985, Duke University: Public Policy
Brian Dykstra, CEO, Atlantic Data Forensics, Inc.
Brian Dykstra is the CEO of Atlantic Data Forensics, Inc., a company specializing in Computer Forensics and Electronic Data Discovery for law firms and Data Breach Incident Response for Fortune 500 companies. Mr. Dykstra has over 21 years’ experience in investigations, computer forensics, incident response, network and wireless infrastructure testing and information security.
Prior to starting Atlantic Data Forensics, Mr. Dykstra was the CIO & Director of Professional Education for the computer security company Mandiant. Brian previously taught cybercrime at the FBI Academy at Quantico, VA and served in the US Army for 10 years as Counterintelligence Special Agent and a Technical Surveillance Countermeasures (TSCM) Special Agent.
Mr. Dykstra holds Master of Science in Information Technology and a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology. He has also earned and maintains several certifications to include the Certified Cyber Forensics Professional (CCFP), Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Information Systems Security Management Professional (CISSP-ISSMP), Information Systems Security Architecture Professional (CISSP-ISSAP), and Certified Information Forensics Investigator (CIFI).
Greg Tselikis, Principal, SC&H Group
Greg is a Principal in SC&H Group’s Technology Advisory practice, where he helps clients to develop clear IT strategies that reduce risk and improve outcomes.
With over 14 years of experience, Greg identifies opportunities to reduce cost, increase IT customer service abilities, and create operational efficiencies. In addition, he conducts due diligence IT reviews for business acquisitions and serves as a consulting expert in legal matters ranging from technology patent litigation to business disputes.
While serving as an outsourced Chief Information Officer to a well-known nonprofit, Greg optimized IT spend, developed a multi-year technology roadmap, decreased the organization’s risks, and enabled the organization to more effectively achieve its mission.
He also oversaw a board’s successful effort to implement over $1 million in technology investments, thereby increasing customer satisfaction scores while maintaining the same resource levels.
In addition, Greg worked with a large regional bank to develop a plan that addressed deficiencies in several IT audit areas while adhering to budget constraints. Throughout the project, he worked with regulators to demonstrate improvements and achieve compliance.
When Greg is not working, he enjoys hiking, the outdoors and cooking.
He holds a B.S. degree in Network Security from Capitol Technology University.