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Big Data and Cyber Security

Big Data and Cyber Security: New Tools and Approaches to Increase Resiliency

October 14, 2014

Boards of directors and senior executives are laser focused on big data and cyber threats. A recent study by the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD) reports that 75 percent of corporate directors want to understand more about technology risk. 

Year-to-date alone, the computer systems of  The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times were breached by hackers. In addition, The Washington State Administrative Office of the Court’s website was penetrated exposing hundreds of thousands of driver’s license numbers. The highly publicized international cyber “cash-out scheme” resulted in the withdrawal of $45 million from ATMs around the world in a matter of hours.

Traditional security technologies used—currently representing 80 percent of most company security budgets—have been rendered useless in defending companies against attacks by a new generation of stealthy criminals. Big data related attacks outsmart company firewalls and often blend into the background noise of company operations. With web-based applications, social networks, and interconnected systems, every company is becoming heavily reliant on big data— and vulnerable. The time is now for companies to create a rigorous set of defense solutions.

The Center for Risk Management invites you to join your peers and subject matter experts for a full day of executive dialogue to prepare for and protect against big data security threats. This one day program offers companies new solutions for devising a next-generation defense system against cyber-attacks.  Learn how to best transition to a comprehensive, intelligence-driven system that employs big data in collecting, monitoring, and reporting security threats.

Session highlights include:

Location:

The Delaware Room
The Talbott Hotel
20 E Delaware Place
Chicago, IL 60611

AGENDA
Seminar I:
Big Data and Cyber Security:
New Tools and Approaches to Increase Resiliency
October 14, 2014
 

TimeActivity
10–10:15 a.m. Welcome and Opening Remarks
10:15–11 a.m.

Growing Threat of Big Data-Driven Business Model Disruptions

Brian M. White, Principal, The Chertoff Group, and former Counselor to the Deputy Secretary, Department of Homeland Security

11–11:45 a.m.

Aligning Cyber Risk Management with Evolving Cyber Threat Realities

Kevin R. Brock, former Assistant Director, Intelligence, FBI, and Principal Deputy Director, National Counterterrorism Center

11:45–12:30 p.m.

Thinking Globally through Scenario Analysis, Acting Locally through the Application of Smart Technology: Evolving to a Higher Order Cyber System Designed for Mitigating Risk and Resilience 

Marc Groz, Independent Inventor, TransIDEA

Matthew Swibel, Director, Corporate Sustainability, Lockheed Martin

(Refreshments Available During Session)

12:30–1:30 p.m.

How To Get Stakeholder Buy-In for Investment in Next Generation Security: Moving Your System Out of the Silos 

Thomas J. Harrington, Managing Director, Chief Information Security Officer, Citigroup

(Working Lunch)

1:30–2:15 p.m.

Detecting Inside Threats and Responding to Internal and External Breaches: How to Employ Company Resilience, Operationally

Michael R. Weiner, Deputy General Counsel, Citadel LLC

MacDonnell Ulsch, Managing Director, Cybercrime & Breach Response, PwC

(Refreshments Available During Sessions)

2:15–3 p.m.

Your Company’s Been Hit, Now What? An Analysis of the Cyber-Attack at Target

Harlan Loeb, Global Practice Chair, Crisis and Risk Practice Edelman

Jennifer C. Archie, Partner, Latham & Watkins LLC

Serhat Cicekoglu, Director, Center for Risk Management Loyola University Chicago, Quinlan School of Business

3–3:55 p.m.

RMIQ: An Index to Measure Company Resilience Capacity 

Gezinus J. Hidding, Associate Professor, Loyola University Chicago, Quinlan School of Business

3:55–4 p.m.

Seminar Adjourns

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