Business Risks 2020

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    Business Risks 2020

    Insurance, Legal and Finance Challenges of Cybersecurity

    Monday, November 16, 2020 (A Virtual Conference)

     

    Register Now! Early-Bird Pricing Ends Saturday, October 31.


    The rapidly evolving cybersecurity landscape presents operational challenges to all businesses, from start-ups to large corporations. Far beyond the technical challenges of keeping data secure, cyber-attacks create liability and regulatory compliance issues across the entire chain of vendor/client relationships. This virtual event will explore the business impact of cybersecurity (i.e., insurance, legal liability, and financing) with experts across multiple industries to help attendees understand cybersecurity trends, challenges and impact on business operations. How is liability determined in a cybersecurity breach?  How does risk exposure affect financing, investments and loans? How are cybersecurity regulations formulated, promulgated and enforced? As a business owner, how can I mitigate my risks? These questions and more will be covered.

    Who Should Attend?
    • insurance, legal and financial professionals
    • corporate compliance officers
    • small businesses/startups
    • government contractors and health information managers
    • cybersecurity service providers
    • cybersecurity students seeking real-world experience


    Agenda

    9:00 a.m.  Welcome – Graham Dodge 
    9:05 a.m.   Sponsor Message(s) #1 – TBD 
    9:10 a.m.  Keynote #1 Introduction – Janet Ladd 
    9:10 a.m.   Keynote Session #1 / Brief Q&A
    Beyond the Cyber COVID Crisis of 2020
    Presented by Ron Gula, President, Gula Tech Adventures  
    9:50 a.m.  5 Minute Stretch Break & Panelist Setup 
    9:55 a.m. – 10:55 a.m.  Healthcare Panel | Moderator: Robert Wack
    Speaker/Panelists:
    • Jackie Rice, Vice President and CIO, Frederick Regional Health System
    • Justine Springer, MPH, Program Manager in the Center for Health IT and Innovative Care Delivery, Maryland Health Care Commission (Health IT)
    • Bryan D. Bolton, Attorney, Funk & Bolton P.A.
     
    10:55 a.m.  5 Minute Stretch Break & Trivia Game Setup 
    11:00 a.m.  Trivia / Giveaway #1 | Moderator: Graham Dodge
    • Mention trivia game sponsor
    • Game giveaway
    11:15 a.m.  Sponsor Message(s) #2 – TBD 
    11:20 a.m  Keynote #2 Introduction – Graham Dodge 
    11:20 a.m  Keynote Session #2 / Brief Q&A
    • “Lessons from COVID Tech: Trust, Governance, and the Highlander Approach to Data Law”
    • Presented by Sean McDonald, CIGI Senior Fellow, & Co-Founder of Digital Public
    noon  15 Minute Stretch Break / Grab Lunch 
    12:15 p.m. – 1:15 p.m.  Legal Panel | Moderator: Joanne Hovic, CTC
    Speaker/Panelists:
    • Paul McGurkin, Mullen Couglin, LLC
    • John P. Wack, NIST Rep
    • Roselle Safran, President, Rosint Labs
    1:15 p.m.  5 Minute Stretch Break & Trivia Game Set up 
    1:20 p.m.  Trivia / Giveaway #2 | Moderator: Graham Dodge
    • Mention trivia game sponsor
    • Game giveaway
    1:35 p.m.  Flash Talk: Hacking Horror Stories  
    • Introduction of Speaker – Graham Dodge
    • Session – Angie Barnett, BBB
    1:50 p.m.  Sponsor Message(s) #3 – TBD 
    1:55 p.m. – 2:55 p.m. Small/General Business Challenge Panel | Moderator: Tom Mazerski
    Speaker/Panelists:
    • Zach Tomlin, MCTS, President, Tomlin Technology, Inc.
    • Dave Shaffer, Founder, Tier One Technology Partners
    • Mike Volk, VP, Cyber Risk Solutions, PSA Insurance & Financial Services
    • Timothy L. Smoot, Sr. Vice President, Meridian Management Group, Inc.
    2:55 p.m.  Trivia / Giveaway #3 | Moderator: Graham Dodge 
    • Mention trivia game sponsor
    • Game giveaway
    3:10 p.m.  Closing / Final Comments | Graham Dodge 
    3:!5 p.m.  END 
    Time Event



    Keynote Session #1:  Beyond the Cyber COVID Crisis of 2020


    Beyond the Cyber Covid Crisis of 2020:  In 2020, COVID pushed our information technology to the limit, but it didn't break. We've been able to work from home, learn from home, and be entertained from home. We rely on technology more now than ever before. This has huge implications for how we take care of our data in cyberspace. We will see dramatic shifts in cyber tech, government regulations, how we train for cyber jobs and how we measure cyber risk. In this keynote, Ron Gula will discuss these trends and offer some insight to the future of cyber security.

    Ron Gula, President at Gula Tech Adventures

    Ron is President at Gula Tech Adventures which focuses on cyber technology, strategy and policy. Since 2017, GTA has invested in dozens of cyber start-ups and funds and supported multiple cyber nonprofits and projects. From 2002 to 2016, Ron was the co-founder and CEO of  Tenable Network Security. He helped grow the company to 20,000 customers, raise $300m in venture capital and grow revenues to $100m, setting up the company for an IPO in 2018. Prior to Tenable, Ron was a cyber-industry pioneer and developed one of the first commercial network intrusion detection systems called Dragon, ran risk mitigation for the first cloud company, was deploying network honeypots in the mid-90s for the DOD and was a penetration tester for the NSA and got to participate in some of the nation's first cyber exercises. Ron is involved in a variety of cyber nonprofits and think tanks including  Defending Digital Campaigns, the Cyber Moonshot, the  National Security Institute and the  Wilson Center.


    Keynote Session #2 (Description coming soon!)

    Sean McDonald CIGI senior fellow and co-founder of Digital Public

    Sean Martin McDonald is a CIGI senior fellow and the co-founder of Digital Public, which builds legal trusts to protect and govern digital assets. He is a lawyer and the CEO of FrontlineSMS, an award-winning global technology social enterprise; a fellow at the Duke Center on Law & Technology; a former fellow at Stanford’s Digital Civil Society Lab; and a former affiliate at Harvard’s Berkman Klein Center. Sean is an adviser to Digital Democracy and the IEEE’s Ethics and AI Committee, and a researcher and writer whose work has been published by the International Review of the Red CrossForeign PolicyStanford Social Innovation Review, Cornell’s Legal Informatics Institute, IRIN and Innovations, among others. He holds a J.D./M.A. from American University, with specialization in international law and alternative dispute resolution, and is a member of the New York State Bar Association. Sean’s research focuses on civic data trusts as vehicles that embed public interest governance into digital relationships and markets.

    Register Now! Early-Bird Pricing Ends Saturday, October 31.



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