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Welcome to the 2017-2018 season of NY SPIN, New York’s Software and Systems Process Improvement Network. We are pleased to be starting the season as a joint event with NYMISSA, the New York Metro Chapter of the Information Systems Security Association. The topic is: Part 2: Use Strong Processes to Counter Emerging Cyber Threats. This will be a panel discussion and an expanded event. We are starting earlier than usual, so pay attention to the details below.
 
We are also pleased to announce that Wells Fargo Advisors will again be our exclusive venue host this season, so all meetings will be in the same location.
 

 

Topic: Part 2: Use Strong Processes to Counter Emerging Cyber Threats
Presenter: Panel Discussion
Date: Sept. 25, 2017 (MONDAY) **THIS EVENT IS CANCELED**
Time: Networking: 5pm.  Event: 5:30 - 8:15pm.  More Networking: 8:15pm.
Location: Wells Fargo Advisors

 

*There will also be a brief presentation by Ronan Cox


Synopsis

Information Security is establishing its place among the chief of concerns at the executive level. Information Security is widely recognized as a strategic discipline, requiring formal and holistic processes.  These processes and the technologies they rely on are subject to change and enhancement, given the evolving nature of threats and risks to the enterprise.

What are Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) and their information security personnel to do when facing the evolving threat landscape and, simultaneously, demands from enterprise leaders (and customers) to achieve the highest levels of integrity, confidentiality, and availability?  Experienced CISOs understand these challenges and rise above them to achieve organizational objectives and operational excellence. They seek out the latest and greatest in point solutions, while enhancing and evolving their processes to pivot and adjust to the evolving threat landscape.

Takeaways:
 
Attendees will walk away with the following:
  • Perspective as to where security related processes break down and require enhancement.
  • Better understanding of process improvements that have been identified as effective and valuable in the field.
Biographies (in alphabetical order)
 

Joshua Koplik - IAC, CISO

Josh joined IAC/InterActive Corp. in September of 2014 as their Chief Information Security Officer.  In this capacity, Mr. Koplik oversees information security across IAC and its broad portfolio of subsidiary businesses, which include Match, OKCupid, HomeAdvisor, and Tinder.  Mr. Koplik previously served as Director of Global Information Security for Home Box Office, Inc. from 2009 to 2014, where he was responsible for information security & compliance for HBO’s global enterprise.  Prior to joining HBO at their New York headquarters, Mr. Koplik served as Director of Technology Risk Management for Fidelity Investments in Boston. Mr. Koplik completed his bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from the University of Massachusetts, Boston and has held a CISSP certification since 2005.

 

Brian A. Lozada, ZocDoc, CISSP (Returning)

Brian has over 15 years of experience developing and maintaining information security programs for some of the world’s top brands.  Brian is currently the Chief Information Security Officer for Zocdoc.  Prior, Lozada was the Chief Information Security Officer for Abacus Group, the largest cloud provider within the financial services sector. Prior to joining Abacus, Lozada was Chief Information Security Officer at Condé Nast, where he was responsible for overseeing the security and risk management for all digital and technology operations. He led the company’s integration of information security efforts in the development of next-generation digital products and services. Brian has held several senior information security management positions at Sony Music Entertainment, and Vonage. He is CISSP certified and has a B.S. in Information Security and an M.S. in Homeland Security from Monmouth University. 

 

Chris Nicodemo – Time, Inc. – Global Security Director (Returning)

Bio provided shortly.

 
Christopher Walsh - Moderator (Returning)

Applying the knowledge obtained by working across Information Security domains with Global 100 financial institutions, Chris leads continuous efforts to identify and mitigate technology and human risks, in response to, and in anticipation of, cyber-criminal activities and evolving regulatory requirements. Key to his success is his ability to achieve and maintain support from senior management and the Board of Directors.

Chris is a Cyber Security Executive with 20 years’ of experience. Unique to a majority of executives in Information Security, his security leadership is deeply rooted in his operational security experience, ranging from hands on security engineering, framework consulting and most recently, owning cybersecurity programs at a $6BN FDIC and NYS DFS regulated financial institutions. Chris was the individual responsible for defining, implementing, overseeing and enforcing the bank’s cybersecurity policy and program, over the course of 10 breach-free years.

Chris recently earned a Master of Science in Cybersecurity from Fordham University and enjoys sharing from his broad experience. He has been an active member of the FS-ISAC Community Institution Council and enjoys mentoring up-and-coming security professionals.

If you need to contact us, please email to events@nyspin.org. 
 
Directions

Wells Fargo Advisors
150 E 42nd Street
(Between Lexington Ave and Third Ave - Near Grand Central Station)
 
By Train/Subway

Not all trains run at all times and subway schedules are subject to change. For current schedules, weekly service advisories and maps, contact the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) at (718) 330-1234 or visit the subway section of the MTA Web Site.

Grand Central Station/42nd Street:
4, 5, 6, 7, S (Shuttle from Times Square)
Various commuter rail lines that go to Grand Central Station
 
Other subway options:
 
42nd Street/Bryant Park (6th Ave/Ave of the Americas):
B, D, F, M
About a 5 -6 block walk, or transfer is available to the 7 train to Grand Central Station
 
Times Square/42nd Street:
Too far to walk from here unless you allow lots of time and don't mind walking clear across town:
A, C, E, N, Q, R, 1, 2, 3 and then transfer to the 7 (or the S Shuttle Train) to Grand Central Station/42nd Street
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