Cybersecurity & Resilience: 13th Cybersecurity Lecture Sponsored by AIG
Cyber Security & Resilience: The Path Forward
Attacks on critical infrastructure. Ransomware. Compromised Supply Chains. Business Email Compromise. The ability of organizations to respond to & recover from cybersecurity incidents has never been more critical to business operations. Technology leaders, business leaders, and Boards of Directors are all focused on understanding this top-level risk. As is our national government and federal regulators. The White House National Cybersecurity Strategy makes several references to resilience and includes reliance as part of its mission.
So how did we get here? What are the challenges that face our way of life? And what do we need to do to move the financial services sector forward when managing through this threat landscape?
Our keynote speaker, Jason Harrell, Managing Director, Operational and Technology Risk and Head of External Engagement at The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC), will share his views based on his extensive experience in Cybersecurity Risk Management, Information Technology, and Privacy. Following Harrell's keynote talk, a prominent panel of cybersecurity experts from the banking and insurance sectors will offer their own perspectives on the implications for cyber security professionals going forward.
A networking reception will follow the panel discussion. We hope that you will join us for what is sure to be a valuable and enlightening experience
ABOUT THE LECTURE SERIES
The NYU Tandon School of Engineering Cybersecurity Lecture Series provides an arena for high-level discussion among world-class scholars and practitioners. Now sponsored by AIG — the multinational insurance organization — lectures and panel discussions are designed to raise the visibility of risks and issues, including personal privacy. Internationally renowned experts join together to stimulate collaborative thinking, especially among New York’s regional businesses, government agencies, non-profits, academic institutions, media, and the public. Practical and timely, the series also focuses on possible strategies that address the impact of growing risks.