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Cyber Risks, Trends, Predictions
April 13, 2018
8:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Marquette University
Raynor Conference Center

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Jibran Ilyas, Stroz Friedberg - Jibran Ilyas is a Vice President in the Stroz Friedberg Cyber Resilience practice. Jibran is specializing in the areas of incident response, digital forensics and threat intelligence. He contributes to the development of policies and procedures for innovation in incident response methodology and threat intelligence initiatives. He serves as one of the firm’s investigative leads for high profile data breaches, and in turn, leverages this knowledge to the benefit of organizations seeking proactive risk assessments.

Stephanie Dingman, AON - SVP within Aon’s Financial Services Group, Professional Risk Solutions Team. She manages a team of brokers as well as E&O exposures for clients across the country. Her areas of expertise include: Network Security & Privacy Liability (Cyber), Technology Errors and Omissions, Miscellaneous Professional Liability, Media Liability

Fawaad Khan, Ernst and Young - Fawaad is an EY Executive Director in the firm’s cybersecurity practice focusing on cloud cybersecurity strategy, architecture, integration and implementation services with 20 years of experience in IT. Prior to joining EY, Fawaad was in Accenture’s Technology Consulting delivering enterprise application and data integration solutions for 14 years.

Zach Raizen, RSM US LLP - As Manager, Risk Advisory Services, Zach Raizen has led, managed and executed a variety of IT security projects, including application reviews, network penetration testing, information privacy assessments, data flow mapping, IT security governance and risk management. His focus is on IT security, and security strategy and program management.


Agenda:

8:00 AM – Registration (Raynor Library Lobby) and networking.

8:30 AM – Welcome, center status overview, and introduction of the panelists

8:45 AM – Panelist explain their background, and share their insight on risk, trends and predictions based on their perspectives (15 minutes each)

Jibran Ilyas: 2018 Stroz Friedberg Cyber Security Predictions
Stephanie Dingman: Aon’s cyber liability challenges and solutions
Fawaad Khan: cloud cybersecurity strategy, architecture, integration and implementation
Zach Raizen: IT security projects, strategy, and program management

9:45 – 11:00 Questions from attendees and moderator, Dr, Kaczmarek

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contact us

The center oversees the specialization in information assurance and cyber defense that is an option of our professional master's degree program in computing. Questions about the center or the specialization can be directed to:

Dr. Thomas Kaczmarek
Director, Center for Cyber Security Awareness and Cyber Defense
Director, Graduate Studies, M.S. in Computing
Cudahy Hall, 375
(414) 288-6734
thomas.kaczmarek@marquette.edu

 


 

"America’s economic prosperity, national security and our individual liberties depend on our commitment to securing cyberspace and maintaining an open, interoperable, secure and reliable internet. "
— President Obama

"Cybersecurity risk management comprises the full range of activities undertaken to protect IT and data from unauthorized access and other cyber threats, to maintain awareness of cyber threats, to detect anomalies and incidents adversely affecting IT and data, and to mitigate the impact of, respond to, and recover from incidents."

— President Trump, Executive Order, May 11, 2017