In this interactive presentation we take you through a breach of a financial institution. With video clips and group discussions, you will be given a clear view of what occurs after a breach. Our panel of experts will offer deep insights into the process an incident response.
We will examine and discuss:
• Third Party Vendor Management
• Public Notification of a cyber-incident
• Damage Control
• Response Strategies
• Prevention of re-infection
• Incident Response Planning
John D. Flory III Vice President and Partner of Cyberstone, recognized cyber security expert will be sharing his insight and experience in the realm of physical, social and cyber security concepts. During John’s 26 year tenure in the security field he has spoken at numerous conferences including key notes at the Symantec Global conference, New York State School Boards Association, New York Bankers conference, New York Tech Summit, New York State Department of Homeland Security forum and several other diverse venues. John’s hands on security experience dealing with real time cyber security attacks and remediation offers a valuable resource to organizations cyber preparation. John’s leading edge approach has allowed him to help create human firewalls as one of the key pillars of defense.
Jules D’Alessandro is the senior litigation and managing partner of D’Alessandro & Wright, LLC in Providence. Jules represents a number of business organizations, technology and others, as a corporate litigation counsel. In that capacity Jules counsels as to both the preparation for and reduction of cybersecurity risks as well as responding to and mitigating the consequences of a cyber attack. Jules takes a holistic enterprise-wide compliance approach to evolving and complex security risks and standards, Jules has helped clients facilitate cyber and physical security incident plans, develop incident response and insider threat plans and programs, and worked closely with IT consultants on behalf of companies to conduct vulnerability assessments and mitigation plans.
Michael Oliver has served as Chief Information Officer at Claflin since 2010. Mike has proven an innovative leader and results driven IT professional who has gained the trust of Claflin clients and peer executives while achieving considerable industry recognition. He has used his unusually strong analytical and research skills to develop or streamline system solutions for hospitals and the company, allowing Claflin a reputation for exceptional competence in customer interoperability. Mike has served on a number of important Industry task forces of groups advising leaders and regulators on evolving issues such as the FDA’s Unique Device Identifier or UDI initiative, and the advancement of Electronic Data Interchange or EDI.