Cyber Risk Discussion in the Boardroom
New York, NY
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Save the Date February 7, 2017:Cyber Risk Discussion in the Boardroom
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Location and Time
50 Vanderbilt Ave
New York, NY
12:00- 12:30PM registration and lunch
12:30 - 2:30PM program and connect with colleagues
Charlie JaccoPrincipal, 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.
Chris InglisDirector, Huntington Bancshares, FedEx and KEYW
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. 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).