1 EVENT NOTICE Making the Business Case for Cybersecurity & Public-Private Sector Cooperation Wednesday, March 11, :00am to 4:30pm Presented by: ISACA - Greater Hartford Chapter Guest Speaker: Judith Germano and Friends Seats are filling fast, sign up today! On February 11, 2015, we brought you "Defending Data: Are You Doing Enough?". To follow that smash event let us present Judith Germano & Friends, who will present on: "Making the Business Case for Cybersecurity & Public-Private Sector Cooperation" Judith Germano, is an expert legal advisor and former federal prosecutor specializing in cybersecurity and corporate governance issues. Judi will discuss how technology and risk executives can and should become more involved in corporate decision-making on cybersecurity (and other issues) to benefit their companies and also themselves. Judi also will address the benefits, challenges and dynamics of robust public-private sector cooperation. Judi Germano is the founder of GermanoLawLLC, advising Fortune 50 and other companies, and individuals, on cybersecurity, privacy, fraud and regulatory-compliance matters. She also is a Senior Fellow on Cybersecurity, and Adjunct Professor of Law, at NYU School of Law, and previously was Chief of Economic Crimes at the U.S. Attorney's Office in New Jersey.
2 8:30AM -9:30AM - The FBI Perspective: Global Crime Investigations" Martin McBride, Supervisory Special Agent for Cyber, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Connecticut Marty McBride is a Supervisory Special Agent assigned to lead the Cyber Squad of the FBI s New Haven Field Office. The Cyber Squad is responsible for investigating both national security and criminal computer intrusion and other high-tech activities that are in violation of U.S. federal laws and where prosecution of such violations would have venue within the U.S. District of Connecticut. Marty received a Bachelor of Science degree in computer science from Siena College in He spent his next nine years serving as a helicopter pilot in the U.S. Navy which included active participation in the Gulf War of Near the end of his service with the Navy, Marty earned a Master of Business Administration degree from the University at Albany in Marty began his career as a Special Agent with the FBI in July After completing initial training at the FBI Academy in Quantico, VA, his first field assignment was to work counter espionage in the FBI s Washington Field Office. In 1998, he went undercover in a long-standing undercover operation which culminated in his transfer to the New Haven Field Office two years later in August Upon arrival at the New Haven Field Office, Marty began investigating all types of computer crimes including intrusions, Internet fraud, Internet threats, and crimes against children. During eleven years investigating computer crimes in Connecticut, he also served as the FBI Coordinator for InfraGard Connecticut from October 2000 through October 2006 and was a member and sniper for the FBI SWAT team there from June 2003 until October 2011, at which time he was reassigned to the Cyber Division of FBI Headquarters for 18 months. At the end of his Headquarters assignment in early April 2013, he was selected to be the next Supervisor of the New Haven Field Office s Cyber Squad. 9:45AM -10:45AM - The Corporate Perspective: Insider Threat Overview" Dan Maloney, Executive Director, Verizon Corporate Security, Cyber Team Timothy P. Ryan Managing Director, Cyber Security, Kroll Dan is responsible for Global Insider Threat program management and manages a number of organizations whose duties span US and International arenas. Dan manages the Global Security operations center, the Fraud and Forensics team, Investigations and Verification and validation teams. Dan has been with Verizon since 2001 after years in federal service and has had the great fortune of managing significant programs across the globe for Verizon Business efforts for many years. Dan is married to Linda, who recently retired as a Lt Commander for the US Navy, as a Prowler flight officer. They have two sons and a daughter and they live in Bristol RI. Dan is a certified information systems auditor. 11:00AM 12:00PM - "End Point Threat Monitoring and Incident Response Timothy P. Ryan is a managing director based in New York where he leads Kroll s Cyber Investigations practice. Prior to joining Kroll, Tim had a distinguished career as a Supervisory Special Agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), where he supervised the largest cyber squad in the United States. An expert in responding to all forms of computer crime, attacks and abuse, Tim has led complex cyber investigations involving corporate espionage, advanced computer intrusions, denial of service, insider attacks, malware outbreaks, Internet fraud and theft of trade secrets. Tim also served as ccting director of the FBI s New Jersey Regional Computer Forensics Lab, one of the nation s largest, state-of-the-art digital forensic laboratories. As a member of the FBI s elite Computer Analysis and Response Team, Tim also conducted numerous computer forensic examinations.
3 1:00PM 2:00PM Key Note Speaker - Making the Business Case for Cybersecurity and Public-Private Collaboration Judi Germano, Founding Member, GermanoLawLLC, and Senior Fellow on Cybersecurity and Adjunct Professor of Law, NYU School of Law Judith H. Germano advises Fortune 50 and other companies, entities and individuals, on cybersecurity, privacy, complex white-collar criminal and regulatory-compliance matters. As the founding member of GermanoLawLLC, Judith has counseled clients on matters of corporate governance, internal investigations and crisis management, and criminal as well as civil defense. Judith also serves as a Senior Fellow on Cybersecurity, and Adjunct Professor of Law, at New York University School of Law, focusing on critical cybersecurity and privacy issues, and leading the Center on Law & Security s cybersecurity task force of corporate executives and senior government officials. Judith previously was Chief of Economic Crimes at the U.S. Attorney s Office for the District of New Jersey. A federal prosecutor for 11 years, Judith supervised and prosecuted complex criminal cases of national and international impact, involving cybercrime, securities and other financial fraud, identity theft, corruption and national security. Before joining the U.S. Attorney s Office, Judith worked at Shearman & Sterling in New York, handling a wide variety of corporate civil, antitrust, bankruptcy and white-collar criminal matters. She also served as a law clerk to the Honorable Joseph M. McLaughlin of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, and the Honorable Dominic J. Squatrito of the U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut. Judith received her J.D. degree, with honors and a full academic scholarship, from St. John s University School of Law, and received her B.S. degree from Cornell University. Judith lectures nationally and internationally on issues related to cybersecurity, privacy, financial fraud, private and public-sector corruption (including FCPA), ethics, and national security. Directors & Boards Magazine has recognized Judith as a cybersecurity expert. Judith recently was appointed to the Supreme Court of New Jersey s special committee to examine ethical issues regarding metadata. Judith s recent publications include: Cybersecurity Partnerships: A New Era of Collaboration, and After the Breach: Cybersecurity Liability Risk, both available at 2:00PM 3:00PM Cybersecurity,Healthcare Fraud, and Data Privacy Lee Vartan is a partner in Holland & Knight's New York office. He practices in the area of white collar defense and investigations and handles all aspects of complex civil litigation in federal and state courts. Mr. Vartan is experienced in a range of diverse matters, including government enforcement actions, both criminal and civil, corporate compliance, financial crimes and tax violations, and cybercrimes as well as significant nationwide civil litigation and administrative matters. He brings a substantial seven-year background in federal and state government service to his legal practice. Specifically, Mr. Vartan served as a federal prosecutor in New Jersey for four years, as assistant counsel to Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey from 2011 to 2012 and, most recently, as the executive assistant attorney general for New Jersey the state s second highest-ranking prosecutor. At the U.S. Attorney s Office, Mr. Vartan served in the Economic Crimes Unit and the Computer Hacking and Intellectual Property Section, where he prosecuted dozens of white collar crimes and cybercrimes and successfully tried seven federal jury trials. LEE VARTAN, Partner, Holland & Knight As executive assistant attorney general, Mr. Vartan managed large-scale criminal and civil investigations and prosecutions for the 8,100-person New Jersey Office of the Attorney General. Overseeing the divisions of law, criminal justice, gaming enforcement and consumer affairs as well as the state police and the Office of the Insurance Fraud Prosecutor, Mr. Vartan directed hundreds of matters involving financial fraud, healthcare fraud, securities fraud, corruption and consumer protection violations and recovered hundreds of millions of dollars in settlements, fines, and restitution for the state of New Jersey. In addition to his legal practice, Mr. Vartan serves as an adjunct professor at Seton Hall Law School in Newark, N.J., where he teaches a course in federal cybercrimes theory and practice. Mr. Vartan is also a frequent speaker on cybersecurity, healthcare fraud, and data privacy.
4 3:00PM 4:00PM Panel Discussion, moderated by Andrew Pak. Andrew Pak, AUSA and Coordinator of the Computer Hacking and Intellectual Property Unit of the US Attorney s Office, District of New Jersey Andrew Pak, AUSA, NJ WHO SHOULD ATTEND IT and Financial Auditors, System Managers, Help desk, and other who want to understand how Active Directory is the Key to Microsoft management. Information technology and security professionals CPE CREDITS This seminar qualifies for up to 7 CPE credits. To receive CPE credit, ISACA Greater Hartford Chapter (GHC) (www.isacact.org ) requires that participants sign-in on the ISACA GHC Sign-in Sheet provided the day of the event at the CT-CPA Center. CPE certificates will be provided after participant completion of the Session Evaluation Form that will be distributed at the end of the program.
5 LOCATION: CT-CPA Education Center 716 Brook Street, Suite 100 Rocky Hill, CT (860) DIRECTIONS: Take Interstate 91 North or South to Exit 23 If you are heading North on I-91, take Exit 23 and turn left at the end of the ramp. As you approach the third traffic light, get into the middle or left lane and, at the traffic light, turn LEFT onto Cromwell Avenue, also known as "The Shunpike." If you are heading South on I-91, take Exit 23 and turn right at the end of the exit ramp. Go straight through the next traffic light. As you approach the second traffic light, get into the middle or left lane and, at that traffic light, turn left onto Cromwell Avenue, also known as "The Shunpike." Go to the third traffic light and turn left onto Brook Street. The entrance to 716 Brook Street is on your right; follow around to back of the building marked suite 100 and look for the CSCPA awning. COST: ISACA members - $ Non-members - $ (Includes continental breakfast and lunch) MasterCard, VISA, Discover with online registration. Only Check is accepted at the door. No cash or credit. REGISTRATION: To register automatically, it is easiest to use the link provided in your invitation. Register and pay online on or before Monday, March 9, 2015 (Walk-ins accepted only if space is available.) At the door, please make checks payable to: Greater Hartford Chapter of ISACA Old State House Station P.O. Box Hartford, CT REFUND POLICY: All registrants are required to pay for ISACA-GHC session fees. Full refunds will only be given for a cancellation completed 24 hours prior to the start of the seminar. Cancellations must be completed online using your registration confirmation number or by notification to prior to the above deadline. Registrants cancelling reservations after the deadline date will be billed. NOTE: ISACA GHC will make every effort to hold events at the times and locations specified. However, ISACA GHC holds the right to cancel and/or change event times and locations under certain conditions (e.g., inclement weather). Special consideration is given to those members who are unemployed. Send an to explaining your circumstances and the Board will consider adjusting or waiving the session cost. Otherwise, register at by entering ISACA-CT in the Search box on the top of the page. Once completed, a registration confirmation will be sent automatically. Registration questions via using
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