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  February 7th     11:30am - 1:00pm EST       1 CPE

Come to join a fellow peer group of senior IT leaders for an interactive discussion on Cybersecurity & Emerging Technology. Breakthrough technologies enable the delivery of new products/services that also bring new security challenges. We will discuss three prevalent breakthrough technologies along with their security implications including:

  • 5G
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • FinTech

These technologies enable automation and transform how we experience and interact with our environment. Our objective is to provide practical insight into understanding the security issues and the steps required to manage risk.

Space is limited and will be reserved on a first come first serve basis. Lunch is free and will be provided.

 

LOCATION
Serendipity Labs (Website)
28 Liberty St. Floor 6
New York, NY 10005

 

SCHEDULE
11:30am: Registration / Networking
12:00pm - 1:00pm: Panel Discussion / Lunch Provided

REGISTER BY FILLING OUT THE FORM BELOW

MEET THE PANELISTS
We have pulled together a panel that is second to none:

Alex Beigelman

Alex Beigelman
Discussion Leader

Alex is the former Head of Technology/Cybersecurity Risk at JPMorgan Chase as well as the InfoSec Leader at UBS Wealth management Americas.  He is the founder of Beigelman Risk Advisors and serves on the Rutgers University Cybersecurity Advisory Board.

Karl Scott

Karl Scott
Satori Consulting

Karl is an accomplished IT leader with a proven track record in data center, cloud computing, technology architecture, and security. He is a trusted technology advisor, has authored white papers/practical guides and leads Satori’s Cybersecurity capability.

Josh Tomkiel

Josh Tomkiel
Schellman & Company

Josh is a leader within Schellman’s Penetration Testing Practice.  Josh has deep background in application penetration testing, mobile penetration testing activities and phishing programs.