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Risk Management, Security, Disaster Recovery, & Continuity

What strategies will help you achieve success?

Go beyond basic Security and DR practices and learn how top performing area IT and Business Executives implement a more comprehensive approach to Risk Management: Security, Disaster Recovery and Continuity. Areas to be discussed include:

  • How area executives utilize a systematic approach to IT Risk
  • The relationship between Enterprise Risk and IT Risk
  • Comparison of Different Risk Management Processes
  • Real Life Disaster recovery scenarios from different IT Executives - what worked and what didn't, plus their plans for the future.
  • The relationship between Security Risk, DR and Continuity
  • The importance of shfiting from a perimiter based Security approach to Adaptive Security Architecture
  • The impact of different environments (Computer Center, Private Cloud, Public Cloud, Mobile) on your overall Risk Management & DR Strategies.
  • How to Approach DR/BC with a definition of success that achieves your outcomes, increases DR/BC capabilities and lowers TCO.

KEYNOTE PANEL

The keynote panel will consist of CIOs & Senior IT Executives who will share their insights.

Stacy Summers, Vice-President of the Global Business Continuity Management practice, Aon plc

Stacy Summers, Vice-President of the Global Business Continuity Management practice, Aon plc

In her current role, Stacy leads the converged practices of Business Continuity, Disaster Recovery, Resilience and Situation Response responsible for delivering continuity of service expertise and tactical crisis response support to over 72,000 colleagues and the clients they serve across 500+ locations in over 120 countries. Stacy is responsible for overseeing all facets of strategic planning and tactical execution of initiatives to achieve Aon's business and technology resilience vision. Stacy has sixteen years of progressive leadership experience in business continuity management leading the development of global corporate programs for three Fortune companies by coordinating teams, best practices and strategies to deliver converged continuity solutions in alignment with business objectives. In her roles, she has led high profile corporate crisis management responses to Hurricane Katrina, SARS, H1N1, 9-11, the Japan earthquake, London Olympics, New Zealand earthquakes, Superstorm Sandy and various other incidents and global events.

 

Michael D. Boucher, Director, Information Risk Management, FTD

Michael D. Boucher, Director, Information Risk Management, FTD

Mike has twenty years of experience working in the information security industry and is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). Mike is the Director of Information Risk Management for FTD Companies.

Mike joined FTD in 2013 to build the information risk and security functions after FTD was spun off as an independent company.

Prior to FTD, Mike worked in information security leadership roles at PwC and Xerox where he was responsible for advising clients and delivering information security solutions. Mike’s industry experience includes financial services, retail, manufacturing, pharmaceutical and bio-tech.

Mike holds a bachelor of arts degree from Lewis University and an MBA from the University of Notre Dame.

 

Brenda J Callaway, Executive Director Information Security, Health Care Service Corp.

Brenda J Callaway, Executive Director Information Security, Health Care Service Corp.

Ms. Brenda Callaway is an experienced information security professional and is currently the Executive Director in ITG. She has been at HCSC since 1993 and has spent most of her career in Information Security and worked in the Regulatory Oversight Office providing oversight and compliance with HIPAA Privacy and Security Regulations. In her current role, Ms. Callaway has responsibility for Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC), Cybersecurity, Crisis Management, Business Resiliency, and Third Party Vendor Management. She has been instrumental in leading the charge at HCSC to implement role-based security and automated identity management. She is a graduate of Northern Illinois University and holds the CISSP, CISM and CRISC certifications.

 

Biff L. Myre, Director, Onx

Moderator: Biff L. Myre, Director, Onx

Biff is a thought leader in the realm of availability, resiliency, and disaster recovery and business continuity. A consummate professional who works within many regulated industries including financial, insurance, transportation, utilities, and healthcare. His focus is helping organizations identify strategies and roadmaps on how to approach and execute sustainable, tiered, proven programs for IT and Business resiliency/recovery/continuity which practically meet a client's risk tolerance and profile. Biff is a regular industry speaker and OnX Managed Services practice lead for Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity and throughout the years has been published on such topics in over 14 countries and in seven languages.

EXECUTIVE BRIEFINGS

Aaron Shaver, Enterprise Solution Architect, US Signal Company

Disaster Recovery Made Easy
-Aaron Shaver, Enterprise Solution Architect, US Signal Company

Disaster recovery has traditionally been a complicated, costly and time consuming endeavor that many organizations have avoided.  New technology and cloud services remove the complexity, reduce the costs and make turnkey deployments very simple.

 

Scott Conklin, Senior Security Engineer, IDP, Gemalto


Encryption Best Practices: Using a Holistic Data Protection Framework
- Scott Conklin, Senior Security Engineer, IDP, Gemalto

In cryptography, encryption is the process of encoding data or information in such a way that only authorized parties can read it. It is only effective by strictly controlling access to the decoding mechanism. This presentation will discuss: · How Encryption and Key Management is deployed in the Enterprise · Best Practices for Data Protection that can be applied today

 

Biff L. Myre, Director, Onx

IT Risk Management: What's Changed, What's Emerging, and What Questions You Should Be Asking
- Biff L. Myre, Director, Onx

The accelerating pace in which increased business value relies upon IT and the consumption of information transformed from data in real-time is staggering.   And, in tandem, so are the rising IT exposures, threats, risks and correlated impact to your organization when something "bad" happens - unintentional or malicious.  Driving the accessibility of information to employees, partners, and clients along with emerging opportunities such as the Internet of Things are increasing security concerns for Breach Attempts and evolving malicious strategies such as Ransomware which are being employed. Big Data is impacting data protection, security, resiliency, or Disaster and Business Recovery.  And expectations are that Highly Available, Resilient Systems will work when called upon - in any such scenario. A lot has changed, more is emerging, and there are many questions you should be asking today to determine how your strategies and actions are building preparedness to recognize the threats, reduce risk and liability, and mitigate their impact and cost if [when] they occur.

 

 


IN ADDITION, you'll

  • Network with Your Peers to make new contacts, compare notes and best practices
  • Meet top vendors in the industry, and
  • Earn Continuing Professional Education credit if you're a Club member

Who Should Attend:

  • Senior IT and LOB Executives
  • VPs & Directors responsible for storage, data management, disasterrecovery
  • Any IT Executives and Managers who provide data management direction and support to LOB functions
  • CxO's and VP of Development for software developers, VAR's, OEM's and other Technology Companies looking to take advantage of data management applications
  • Ecommerce Executives
  • VP's of Marketing & Sales who want to learn more about what can be gained from big data

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ATTEND THIS EVENT

LOGISTICS

Chicago, IL
May 19, 2016
, 12:30 PM to 5:00 PM
Union League Club, French Room
65 W. Jackson Blvd. Chicago IL 60604

Questions? Call Maria Tuthill 847-837-3900 x 1

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Get Sponsorship Information:
Call Alex Jarett at 847-837-3900 x 2 or email.

HOW TO REGISTER

IT Executives & Staff Members

1. Members: Register Here to Use Your Ticket package or Contact Member Services at 847-837-3900 x1

2. Nonmembers: Learn how to attend this event with a complimentary VIP Pass

Providers (Hardware, Software, Consultants)

1.Members: Who have a ticket package, Register here.

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Pre-registration required.

Professional business-casual attire required.

Final speakers and topics are subject to change.

Event Sponsors

 

Get Sponsorship Information:
Call Alex Jarett at 847-837-3900 x 2
or email.

 

 

 

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