CT Security Summit Agenda

8:00AM–8:45AM  Registration, Vendor Showcase & Networking Breakfast



Introduction and Kickoff Speaker
Ron Moore, Chief Sales Officer at OutSecure, Inc.;
Wang Cheng, Information Security Officer at Sacred Heart University



Keynote Address: Identifying & Securing Private Data: Tips for the Vigilant Business  
Brian Rauer, Executive Director & General Counsel, New York Better Business Bureau

Whether your business has an online presence or just an internet connection, you probably collect and process a significant amount of private data. This session will help you identify the categories of data you need to protect, and offer basic strategies and resources to manage the risks affecting your business, customer and employee data.

Better Business Bureau experts will offer tips to help you comply with the law, protect your brand, and increase trust in your business.



Cyber Security Strategy: Is your security program protecting your business?
Pamela Gupta, President, OutSecure, Inc.




Migrating Big Data to the Cloud: Assessing the Risk
Pat Foley, Director – Governance, Risk and Controls at Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide




Required Documentation to Attorney General from Businesses in the Event of a Data Breach
Matthew Fitzsimmons, Chair, Privacy Task Force and Assistant Attorney General for the State of Connecticut

Matt serves as the lead attorney on all matters involving data security and privacy, most often in relation to data breaches. He has been the Office’s lead attorney in multistate investigations of and negotiations with internet and technology companies, including Google, Facebook, MySpace, topix and Dell.


Global Cyber Security Risks and Information Sharing Overview
Rick Lacafta, Director, FS-ISAC (Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center)

12:00PM–1:00PM Lunch



Incident Response Simulation Panel
Wang Cheng and Henry Foss - Sacred Heart University,
Pamela Gupta - OutSecure, Inc.

Are you, as a business, prepared for a data breach? This dynamic simulation will take you through some of the realities companies will have to cope with in the event of a breach.

2:00PM–2:45PM Business Case Study on Types of Attacks and Security at Jones Family Office
Sergio Pedro, CTO at Jones Family Office


Mobile Security: BYOD and its effect on Cyber Attacks
Brian Rydstrom, Deloitte Financial Advisory Service

The Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy movement can provide companies a number of potential risks including data loss and an increased opportunity for mobile cyber-attacks.



Closing Remarks
Wang Cheng, Information Security Officer at Sacred Heart University, and Greg Kyrytschenko, Professor at Sacred Heart University Sacred Heart University