Join us for our panel session and networking event where we expand on discussions of Cyber Risks to understanding the broad impact of Rapid Technology Change on Enterprise Risk and what Board members should be focused on.
How can Boards deal with rapid transformation in the delivery of technological solutions, including dramatic changes resulting from the increased use of "cloud" computing? In today's environment, enterprise risk management ("ERM") and crisis-management have become imperative for management and Boards of Directors. Risks to be assessed and managed include business interruption, security/privacy, data integrity, intellectual property, licensing, electronic discovery, export control and other violations of law in both the US and foreign jurisdictions.
Failure to identify, assess, prioritize and mitigate potential risks can lead to action by regulatory authorities, and can also lead to civil litigation, political attention, unfavorable press, loss of business and unfavorable competitive positions.
Utilizing internal and external resources and understanding the role of the board, the company, law enforcement and insurance are all critical.
How should board members handle these issues? Join us for a lively discussion on this important topic with fellow directors from the area.
Tom has been conducting Cyber investigation for 20 years with the FBI. He is based in New Haven and also has experience as a Computer Forensic Examiner and Evidence Response Team Leader. The Cyber squad he manages was responsible for dismantling the Coreflood botnet in April of 2011, and the Kelihos Botnet in April of 2017. Tom has participated in several Cyber security panel discussions and conducted executive level Cyber security briefings.
Cathleen Raffaeli is a seasoned Investor, Board Member and former CEO. Cathleen brings over thirty years of business management experience across multiple domains and sectors and seventeen years of board directorship and committee experiences. Her focus has been on new business growth, sales and marketing, technology and asset redeployments for a wide range of industries. Cathleen has a expertise in assisting pivots and strategic turn-around situations especially when new technologies can be deployed. She has also advised and assisted companies in acquiring capital, raising approximately $500MM to date. She also has deep experience in identifying, negotiating and integrating mergers and acquisitions.
Cathleen has extensive public and private board experience serving as a Board Director for over 18 years. She has held senior Board leadership positions including Chairman, Lead Director, Chair of the Audit Committee, Chair of the Compensation Committee and Vice Chair of the Technology Committee. In addition to these senior Board roles, Cathleen has additionally served on Nominating and Governance Committees, Finance and Risk Committees, Strategic Planning Committees and Government Affairs Committees.
Judy Selby is the National Lead for Cyber Insurance & Data Privacy in BDO Consulting’s Technology Advisory Services practice, having more than 20 years of experience in insurance and technology. Known as “one of the premier voices in legal technology” by Legaltech News, she consults with clients on cyber insurance, cybersecurity, information governance, data privacy and complex insurance matters. She advises clients on best practices for handling information throughout its life cycle, from creation or collection through disposition.