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2022 Cybersecurity Forum

May 19, 2022 | 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

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What best practices should financial firms employ to maintain a secure remote working environment? The 2022 Cybersecurity Forum will address this question and many more. Attendees will learn how to assess and mitigate critical cybersecurity weaknesses in today’s remote-first world. 

Discover the critical cybersecurity issues that pose an immediate threat to financial firms and learn how to mitigate these issues. Hear from thought leaders with experience in both the public and private sector as they guide the discussion on actionable tactics to successfully execute a robust, enterprise-wide cybersecurity strategy. 

Preventing a cybersecurity crisis is a critical investment that affords many benefits and opportunities to those who remain abreast of the latest threats. Don’t miss this year’s discussion on managing incidents when they occur, setting firms up for long-term operational success and a safe reputation. Attendees will learn how to realize these advantages and position themselves for a secure, resilient future. 



Christopher Flens-Batina, Business Intelligence Analyst, Vonage, Co- Vice Chair of Business Management Group, CFA Society New York


David Stone, Office of the Chief Information Security Officer, Google

3:00 PM | BREAK



Leroy Terrelonge III, VP – Senior Analyst, Cyber Risk Group, Moody’s Investors Service


Morris Beyda, Partner, Chief Operating Officer and Chief Compliance Officer, Colbeck Capital Management

Michael Brice, President, BW Cyber, LLC

David Stone, Office of the Chief Information Security Officer, Google

3:45 PM |  BREAK


Viviana Ehrenzeller, CFA, COO, Securitized Products Group, MUFG Securities

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Learning Outcomes

  • Effectively assess current threats to your firm 
  • Discuss how to build client trust through incident management 
  • Monitor vendors and assess cyber strategy capabilities 
  • Prevent critical data loss during a real cybersecurity attack 
  • Understand current regulatory expectations surrounding cybersecurity