Date: Thursday, October 5, 2017
Time: 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: Intercontinental Chicago Magnificent Mile, Chicago, IL
Topic: The Unholy Trinity of Digital Threats: What CEOs Need to Know about Cybersecurity, Anti-Money Laundering & Privacy
Our enterprises are increasingly at risk from elusive, constantly evolving and ever-increasing threats to the security of the critical information that is at the heart of our business operations. And it's no longer enough to refer regulators, clients, stockholders and other stakeholders to your IT division when questions about privacy and information security arise. C-Suite executives must now be knowledgeable and conversant not just about cybersecurity, anti-money laundering and information security in general – they must have a sophisticated understanding of their own firms' programs and practices to safeguard personal and proprietary information, to defend their systems from cyber breaches and to prevent bad actors from using our firms to launder criminally obtained money.
In this Town Hall-style breakout session, members of our panel will share their expertise, their hard-won wisdom and their unique insights into reducing the threat landscape.
CEOs will come away with tools to better understand and be conversant about their companies' overall cybersecurity, AML and privacy programs:
- Risk Assessment — where are the vulnerabilities vs. what's already been done
- Third party access to systems/facilities
- Other weaknesses
- Incident Response Plan — how does the CEO get contacted and what are the C-Suite roles in the event of an event
- SEC's view, expectations and exam focus areas