Event: Cybersecurity

5th Annual Cybersecurity Conference for Executives

When

March 13, 2019

Where

Charles Commons, Johns Hopkins University, Homewood Campus, 10 E. 33rd Street, Baltimore, MD 21218

Agenda

About the Event

As emerging regulations begin to define industry standards, executives can no longer ignore cybersecurity practices in their organizations. Today, the penalties and fines associated with noncompliance leave business leaders questioning, “How can I fulfill these requirements in a cost-effective manner?” Join us for the 5th Annual Cybersecurity Conference for Executives, hosted by Ankura and Johns Hopkins University Information Security Institute, to discuss how the current cybersecurity landscape is changing as companies must adhere to these regulations and take actionable steps to become compliant.

Topics include:

  • General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
  • New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) Cybersecurity Regulation
  • Payment Card Industry (PCI) Compliance
  • Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)

Please join us on Wednesday, March 13, 2019 to hear from industry leaders on cybersecurity best practices and learn about trends that will help you better secure your organization’s data.

Registration is required to attend this event. 

Media Sponsor: 

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Speakers

Dr. Phyllis A. Schneck
Dr. Phyllis A. Schneck
Managing Director and Global Leader of Cyber Solutions | Promontory
Bob Anderson
Bob Anderson
Chief Executive Officer | Cyber Defense Labs
Iliana L. Peters
Iliana L. Peters
Shareholder | Polsinelli
Robert Olsen
Robert Olsen
Senior Managing Director
April F. Doss
April F. Doss
Partner | Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP
Dr. Anton Dahbura
Dr. Anton Dahbura
Executive Director | Johns Hopkins University Information Security Institute
Colleen M Yushchak
Colleen M. Yushchak
Managing Director
Michael H. Jacobs
Michael H. Jacobs
Partner | Crowell & Moring LLP
John Forte
John Forte
Deputy Executive, Homeland Protection Mission Area | Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Matthew D. Green
Matthew D. Green
Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science | Johns Hopkins University