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7 People You Will Meet at FAIRCON19

[fa icon="calendar"] Jul 11, 2019 8:45:00 AM / by Luke Bader

Luke Bader

Do you want to hear from and network with the best in cyber and operational risk management – and learn about the worldwide movement to risk quantification? (Data point: FAIR Institute membership approaching 6,000.)  

The 2019 FAIR Conference is going to be a very powerful event that brings together the world’s top practitioners of FAIR (Factor Analysis of Information Risk) quantitative risk analytics. Below are just some of the great speakers that you will meet and hear from at the conference. And for more information, check out our full FAIRCON19 Agenda!


Register now for FAIRCON19, September 24-25, Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center, National Harbor, MD, near Washington, DC. 


image-40Kevin Stine

Chief of the Applied Cybersecurity Division, NIST

Session: “Building a Cybersecurity Program with a Risk Management Framework & FAIR”

Kevin Stine is the Chief of the Applied Cybersecurity Division in the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s Information Technology Laboratory. In this capacity, he leads NIST collaborations with industry, academia, and government to improve cybersecurity and privacy risk management through the effective application of standards, best practices, and technologies. 

Related: 

Listen to the Webinar Combining NIST-CSF with FAIR, Quantifying Risk to Drive Better Decision-Making

 

image-41John Wheeler

Global Research Leader - Risk Management Technology at Gartner

Day 2 Keynote Address: “Why IRM Needs Risk Quantification”

John Wheeler is a recognized expert and a frequent speaker/author on the effective use of risk management practices in large, complex organizations, as well as midsize businesses. His major areas of specialty include enterprise/operational risk management, executive leadership and corporate governance. He has 30+ years of professional experience in a variety of executive management, financial operations, risk management and IT-related roles. 

Related: Gartner Endorses Risk Quantification as Critical to Integrated Risk Management

 

image-42Alex Rogozhin

VP, Info Sec Data Intelligence at BB&T

Session: "Use Case Panorama - How Quantification Enables Risk-Aligned Decision Making"

Alex Rogozhin is a visionary information security data science and engineering leader for BB&T bank. Alex enables business stakeholders to achieve optimal balance between operational efficiency and cybersecurity posture by providing end-to-end visibility of cybersecurity programs through the use of data and analytics. In his current role, Alex built the information security analytics program from the ground up, he has recruited and is currently leading a high-performing data science/engineering team. Alex is an avid advocate of scientifically-sound analytics methods and is an author in a pending patent for a method to measure information security posture. 

 

image-43Ian Amit

CSO at Cimpress

Session: “Building a Cybersecurity Program with a Risk Management Framework & FAIR

Ian Amit is the Chief Security Officer at Cimpress, a publicly traded global technology company with presence in over 45 countries. He has been a security practitioner and a hacker for over 20 years, with his career spanning executive leadership positions with companies such as Amazon, ZeroFox, IOActive, Aladdin, and more. He is one of the founders of the Penetration Testing Execution Standard, a co-founder of the Tel Aviv DEFCON group, serves on the board of directors of BSides Las Vegas, and serves on several advisory boards of security companies.  

Related: How Ian Amit Uses FAIR with NIST CSF to Manage Cyber Risk Across Business Units

 

image-44Evan Wheeler

VP, Risk Management & CISO at Edelman Financial Engines

Starting with FAIR” Beginner Track Presentation “A Crash Course on Quantitative vs. Qualitative

Evan Wheeler is an expert in information security and operational risk management. He is a specialist in building and running risk programs for organizations in highly regulated environments. Evan has extensive experience presenting business resilience and cyberthreat profiles to board committees, managing international teams, working directly with regulators and overseeing security operations. Evan will be kicking off the “Starting with FAIR” Beginner Track with his presentation.

Related: Meet a FAIR Institute Member: Evan Wheeler

 

image-45Laura Voicu

Senior Security Architect and Cyber Risk Manager at Swisscom

Session: Use Case Panorama - How Quantification Enables Risk-Aligned Decision Making

Laura is an experienced and highly skilled enterprise architect, who has received her MSc in Physics and PhD in Computer Science.  She is a leader in enterprise and data architecture, quantitative risk analysis, and cloud computing. 

 

image-46Jeremy Alexander

Sr. Risk Expert at Walmart

Session: Using FAIR to Take the Headache out of Considering Cyber Insurance for Your Business

Jeremy is a seasoned professional with a broad range of experience in the technology, retail, and transportation sectors spanning information security, strategy, change management, executive customer finance support, financial planning and analysis, process improvement, actuarial analysis, risk management, merchandising, and pricing. 

Related:

Watch [Video] FAIRCON18 Panel: Optimizing Cyber Insurance Coverage with FAIR


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Luke Bader

Written by Luke Bader

Luke Bader is Director, Membership and Programs for FAIR Institute

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