How Board Members Can Protect Organizations From Cyber Attacks
Cyber security concerns abound in companies today. In top performing companies, Boards of Directors are actively engaged in information security. Our panel will discuss policies and actions that Boards and companies can take to achieve the status of top performer.
Location and Time
Doubletree Resort-Paradise Valley/Scottsdale
5401 N. Scottsdale Road
Scottsdale, AZ 85250
7:00-7:30 am - Registration & Continental Breakfast
7:30-9:30 am - Program
Jeffrey SanchezJeff is a Managing Director of Protiviti and leads the global PCI practice. Jeff has conducted numerous technical training courses on network security, privacy, PCI compliance and privacy, and was a speaker at the 2015 PCI North American Community Meeting. For the last eight years, Jeff has concentrated on information security and privacy consulting and remediation.
Tina ThorstensonTina Thorstenson is Chief Information Security Officer at Arizona State University. Tina has spent the majority of her career implementing, enhancing and securing enterprise administrative systems and technology infrastructure. She has served ASU in leadership roles in the University Technology Office and Office of Human Resources since 2006. Tina was previously at Northern Arizona University where she led a number of teams implementing enterprise software applications.
Jennifer ArchieJennifer Archie is a litigation partner with Latham & Watkins. She has expertise in investigations, litigation and counseling clients from emerging companies to global enterprises in matters involving computer fraud and cybercrime, privacy/data security compliance and program management, advertising and marketing practices, information governance, consumer fraud, employment and trade secrets. She has particular expertise defending clients in preparing for and leading the response to complex and large-scale data breach incidents.