New York CISO Town Hall

March 2, 2022 | 2:00pm EST

March 2, 2022 | 2:00pm EST

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Surviving the “Golden Age” of Ransomware

Participate with your CISO peers in the New York community in small, breakout discussions on a mission-critical priority for security leaders. These informal discussions allow you to share your insights and learn from the lessons, approaches and experiences of a diverse group of peers in virtual breakout rooms.

Join fellow CISOs in the New York community to discuss:

Supporting Business Agility with Risk-Based Programs

Evaluating, Communicating and Responding to Evolving Threats

Building a Culture of Security to Enable Smart, Secure Decision-Making

Discussion Leaders


Members of the New York CISO community will lead the interactive discussion and share lessons learned.

Bob Blythe

WWE

VP, Information Security and Technology Risk

Discussion Leader

Bob Brown

Federal Home Loan Bank of New York

CISO

Discussion Leader

Ankur Ahuja

Fareportal

Vice President and Global CISO

Discussion Leader

Tony Chryseliou

Sony

Senior Manager Global Information Security

Discussion Leader

Helen Patton

Cisco

Advisory CISO

Moderator

Michael Palmer

Hearst

Chief Information Security Officer

Governing Body Host

Andres Andreu

2U

Chief Information Security Officer

Discussion Leader

Agenda


March 2, 2022

2:00pm - 3:00pm  EST

Surviving the “Golden Age” of Ransomware

Experts are warning that we are experiencing a “golden age” for ransomware. With new attacks reported almost daily, the pressure is on for CISOs to protect against not only sophisticated networks and Ransomware-as-a-Service (RaaS) schemes, but also outdated security mindsets within their own organizations.

Join this session to learn:

  • Key lessons from recent high-profile attacks
  • Emerging and evolving trends among threat actors and their targets
  • Innovative ways to reduce risk and improve resilience

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Community Program Manager


For inquiries related to this community, please reach out to your dedicated contact.

Krista Robbins

Sr Program Manager

208-597-1550

krista.robbins@evanta.com