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Unintended Consequences: Impacts of IoT & Big Data
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Join the Executive Women's Forum for this exclusive one-day conference in New York City. Learn from the experts and better equip yourself to lead through industry change and crisis. You’ll join other women executives and industry leaders for deep dives and exploration panels on topics related to IoT and big data.

6/22/2015
When: Monday, June 22, 2015
8:00AM - 7:00PM
Where: IBM Client Center
590 Madison Avenue
New York City, New York  10022
United States
Contact: Lori Murray
908-806-8442


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Join the Executive Women's Forum for this exclusive one-day conference in New York City. Learn from the experts and better equip yourself to lead through industry change and crisis. You’ll join other women executives and industry leaders for deep dives and exploration panels on topics related to IoT and big data. Earn up to 7 CPE credits.

 

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Agenda

8:30AM-9:00AM

Registration & Continental Breakfast

9:00AM-9:15AM

Opening Remarks

Joyce Brocaglia CEO, Alta Associates & Founder, The Executive Women's Forum

9:15AM-10:15AM

Keynote Presentation – Crisis Strategies

Sixty-nine percent of US executives worry that cyber threats will impact their companies’ growth. As the IoT and Big Data continue to multiply exponentially, crises stemming from cyber attacks will occur in almost every organization. Discover which crisis strategies should be a part of your organization’s “cyber defense arsenal” – before, during and after a crisis – to help minimize ‘unintended consequences’ and effect positive change for your company, brand and reputation.

Davia Temin – CEO of Temin & Company

10:15AM-11:00AM

Don’t Let a Crisis Go to Waste! What to Do When Bad Things Happen

This workshop will help you explore your role as a change agent, using a crisis as a platform to drive positive outcomes out of difficult events.

Moderator: Liz Mann, Ernst & Young

Panelists: Jenna McAuley, Mercer, Lauren Brooker, Ernst & Young & Jeannette Rosario, Aetna

11:00AM-11:15AM

Coffee Break

11:15AM-12:00PM

Data Bloat : The Information Governance Diet

Let’s start the dialog:  Companies are binging on excess data for mining, marketing and to better understand their customers and markets. Big data platforms and cheaper storage make larger portions the norm. What are the security and privacy implications to managing risk? How do you effectively deal with those that want to hoard the data and/or the bloat of meaningless information? On a personal level, what is your footprint and the privacy implications of that?

Moderator: Galina Datskovsky

Panelists: Nancy Beauchemin, InOutsource, Lauren Barnes, Credit Suisse & Adjunct Professor at Queens College

12:00PM-1:15PM

Lunch

1:15PM-2:00PM

Hacking IoT - The Industrial Internet of things has arrived with the promise of connectedness, efficiencies and a rich automated experience. With that connectedness, the threat landscape is evolving, taking advantage of the new attack surface. Attacks like STUXNET and BlackEnergy campaign have shown the extent of sophisticated attacks targeting systems that form the basis of the industrial internet. We will also look at the challenges of connecting the devices that are all around us - from traffic lights and smart meters to tire pressure sensors on cars—we use connected devices every day. We will focus on providing decision makers with an assessment of key technologies that underpin this security capability model and the necessary steps that organizations need to take to realize the full potential of the IoT.

Featured Speaker: Lisa O'Connor, Accenture

2:00PM-2:45PM

Vendor Risk Management – Keeping an Eye on What Matters Most

What do you see the new "pain points” to be in adapting third party risk oversight programs in today’s landscape? What’s changed?

Moderator: Linnea Solem, Deluxe Corp

Panelists: Tess Martillano, BNY Mellon & Brenda Ward, Aetna

2:45PM-3:00PM

Break

3:00PM-3:45M

Session: IoT, Responsible Monitoring of our Employees

Companies are trying to develop policies for insider threat.  With all the data available now with the IoT, where is the ethical boundary on what is appropriate. This panel will explore the balance needed when approaching the need to monitor with the right to privacy within the Internet of Things.

Moderator: Patti Titus

Panelists: Julie Talbot-Hubbard, Nationwide, Mignona Cote, Aetna, Maggie Gloeckle, Marsh & McLennan Companies

3:45PM - 4:45PM

Keynote Presentation - Data Science and Social Influence

Big data has arrived and data science holds the promise to exploit that data to solve many new challenges for society. This session will show how the analysis of language can be used to understand influence and discuss the analysis of language on social media to interpret opinions, infer personal background, identify personal influence, and predict how events in the world influence the financial world.

Kathleen McKeown - Director of Data Science Institute at Columbia University & The Henry and Gertrude Rothschild Professor of Computer Science

4:45PM-5:00PM

Closing Remarks

5:00PM-7:00PM

Cocktail Reception

 

 

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