12:30 - 2:30PM program and connect with colleagues
Cyber risk is a perennial topic of discussion in the boardroom; there is a plethora of director education offerings and in boardroom exercises, and yet, the headlines reveal companies that are still ill-prepared to address the issues which arise in connection with cyber breaches. Join us to learn from our panel of experts and directors about lessons learned and the latest leading practices for large and small companies and exchange perspectives with your director peers on "post-breach" strategies.
Principal, KPMG LLP, Cyber Security Services, US Financial Services Industry Lead
Charlie Jacco is a Principal in the New York office of KPMG LLP’s Advisory Services practice and is the U.S. Cyber Security Services Financial Services Industry Lead. Charlie has focused extensively in multiple disciplines of the information security field including Security Strategy & Governance, Security Transformation, Digital Identity, Enterprise Identity & Access Management, and Cyber Defense. Charlie’s career experience includes designing and implementing a wide variety of technology-based security solutions, which has resulted in a broad background in technology and risk management across Capital Markets, Banking, Payments, and Insurance. Charlie is also an affiliate board member of the FS-ISAC, which allows him to participate in a wide variety of cyber security and cyber risk topics with executives across the financial services industry.
Director, Huntington Bancshares, FedEx and KEYW, Retired Deputy Director, National Security Agency
Chris Inglis currently serves in the U.S. Naval Academy’s Robert and Mary M. Looker Distinguished Chair for Cyber Studies. He retired from NSA in January 2014 following over 41 years of federal service, including seven and a half years as Deputy Director. He serves as a Director on the Boards of FedEx, Huntington Bancshares, and KEYW. Mr. Inglis serves on the Strategic Advisory Groups of the Director of National Intelligence (where he leads commonwealth engagement on cyber security), the National Security Agency (where he serves on the information assurance panel), and United States Strategic Command (where he leads the intelligence panel). Mr. Inglis holds technical degrees from Columbia University, Johns Hopkins University, and the George Washington University. His military career includes over 30 years of active and reserve service in the US Air Force from which he retired as a Brigadier General in 2006 and holds the rating of Command Pilot.Â
Mr. Inglis' earned three Presidential Rank Awards (2000, 2004, and 2009), the USAF Distinguished Service Medal (2006), the Boy Scouts of America Distinguished Eagle Scout Award (2009), the Director of National Intelligence Distinguished Service Medal (2014), and The President’s National Security Medal (2014). Chris Inglis currently serves in the U.S. Naval Academy’s Robert and Mary M. Looker Distinguished Chair for Cyber Studies. He retired from NSA in January 2014 following over 41 years of federal service, including seven and a half years as Deputy Director. He serves as a Director on the Boards of FedEx, Huntington Bancshares, and KEYW. Mr. Inglis serves on the Strategic Advisory Groups of the Director of National Intelligence (where he leads commonwealth engagement on cyber security), the National Security Agency (where he serves on the information assurance panel), and United States Strategic Command (where he leads the intelligence panel).
Senior Vice President and Chief Security Officer, Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc.
Badhri Parthasarathy is the Chief Security Officer at Broadridge Financial Solutions. He leads the Information Security Group and is responsible to inform and enhance the company's ongoing Information Security Strategy, to provide leadership in regard to making informed "risk based" investment decisions, oversee planning and execution of projects enhancing information security profile, and to insure compliance with applicable policies and regulation. Badhri joined Broadridge in 2011 to lead Technology Services Delivery for the Global Technology & Operations business segment. He led key initiatives including data center transitions, new business and client on-boarding, solution formulation, contract negotiations and establishment, services delivery governance, and managing international delivery. Prior to joining Broadridge, Badhri worked in the Biopharmaceutical industry, managing global infrastructure delivery. Badhri also held leadership roles in technology and management for a decade at IBM. Badhri holds a Master's degree in Computer Science / Information Systems from Marist College, multiple professional certifications, and is a graduate of the Securities Industry Institute sponsored by SIFMA and The Wharton School.
COLLEEN THERESA BROWN focuses on privacy, cybersecurity, data protection and emerging technology issues for a diverse group of companies, including those in the financial, life sciences, telecommunications, media, retail and manufacturing sectors. Over the past decade, she has focused her practice on global data protection compliance, litigation and regulatory enforcement actions, and data breach response, crisis management and internal investigations. Colleen is a recommended lawyer by Legal 500 USA for Cyber Law, and Legal 500 notes “Colleen Brown demonstrates ‘confidence in making judgment calls on complex issues.’”
Her counseling experience includes cyber risk and data breach management, corporate data protection and privacy compliance programs, international data protection and cross-border transfer, Big Data, Internet of Things, electronic surveillance, trade secrets, social media, cloud computing, and online brand protection. She also has significant experience in counseling and strategy under CAN-SPAM, CFAA, COPPA, ECPA, ESIGN, FOIA, FCRA, GLBA, HIPAA, the Privacy Act, TCPA, Unfair and Deceptive Trade Practices, state privacy and common law claims including defamation and privacy torts, privacy regulations and enforcement in federal agencies including the Federal Trade Commission and the Federal Communications Commission, and industry self-regulation on privacy matters, including those related to online advertising and PCI DSS compliance.
In addition to counseling and litigation related to data protection, her work also includes counseling and negotiation of data-driven agreements, as well as privacy and cybersecurity diligence and integration planning for mergers and acquisitions.