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May 25, 2016 ● IBM Client Center ● 590 Madison Ave, New York, New York

Join us for the 2nd Annual EWF NYC Symposium! Learn from a diverse set of experts how to successfully manage mobile devices and mobility in your enterprise. Hear what the experts have to say about security beyond the perimeter through panels and deep dives that explore protecting your company when business mixes with the personal. Space is limited! Only 100 seats available.


Earn 7 CPE credits.



Members: $450

Non-members: $495


 *Agenda subject to change




Registration & Continental Breakfast


Opening Remarks

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


Keynote Presentation: Making the Most of the Mobile Enterprise

Now that all aspects of business also run on cloud-synched mobile phones and tablets the new normal is mixed used devices (personal and corporate) communicating over untrusted networks (coffee shop wi-fi) to a handful of cloud service provider partners. The upside? We can work anyway, anywhere. The down-side: our corporate data and critical processes are literally everywhere - so our risk and privacy governance must be "everywhere" too. To kick off our day, we'll provide a quick overview of the powerful benefits in today's mobile enterprise and tee up some key discussion points that we'll deep dive on throughout the day, including - case law and sticky issues with discovery, considerations for voice data management, how to educate our "weakest link" users, communicating cost-effective mobile risk and strategies to the C-Suite, and picking the right tools for technical policy enforcement.

Speaker: Diana Kelley, Executive Security Advisor, IBM


Session: Legal Perspectives on Mobile Data & Discovery

Challenges of e-discovery, major legal decisions from California, search & seizure (Apple vs FBI) and an overview of significant case law that surrounds data on mobile devices.

Moderator: Galina Datskovsky, CEO, Vaporstream

Panelists: Gail Gottehrer, Partner, Axinn, Veltrop & Harkrider LLP; Hon. Ronald J. Hedges & Principal, Ronald J Hedges LLC; Hon. Shira A. Scheindlin & Counsel, Stroock, Stroock & Lavan




Interactive Session – You be the Judge!

Review actual cases involving mobile e-discovery – participants will agree on how they would “decide” the case and then we’ll examine how the case was actually adjudicated. This exercise should help the participants put into practice what they learn and also get a sense of real life legal implications at work.

Moderators: Gail Gottehrer, Partner, Axinn, Veltrop & Harkrider LLP; Hon. Ronald J. Hedges & Principal, Ronald J Hedges LLC




Session: Information Governance of Mobile Devices

Comprehensive information governance is challenging within an organization’s firewalls and on premise systems. There are a number of information-focused disciplines within any single organization, all with different, and sometimes competing, drivers for good information governance from legal, technical and operational perspectives. With the ever-growing mobility of today’s workforce, cloud-based and mobile solutions are demanded, adding additional complexity to the governance of information no longer under the direct control of IT. This session will examine the key information governance concepts that every organization needs to consider not only to comply with regulation, but to support the efficiency of their knowledge worker

Speaker: Laurie Fischer, Managing Director, Consilio LLC


Session: Voice Enabled Technology in the Enterprise – Security & Privacy Considerations

Overview of how we are quickly moving from the keyboard as a primary input device to using our own voices and what that means to managing mobile & IoT devices in the enterprise. Introduction to the Voice Privacy Alliance and some of the key deliverables available for companies to leverage today.

Speaker: Lynn Terwoerds, Executive Director, Executive Women’s Forum




Session: Managing Risk in a Mobile World

Despite organizational policies, workers are driven by convenience. Easy-to-use tools for collaboration quickly outweigh concerns for security and privacy when a worker feels productive. Unfortunately, this very act can leave your company at great risk of cyber breach. Vaporstream CEO, Galina Datskovsky, provides a detailed discussion on privacy, security and compliance in terms of mobile enablement.

Speaker: Galina Datskovsky, CEO, Vaporstream


3:45PM- 4:45PM

Keynote Presentation: Navigating the Murky Waters of Mobile, BYOD and IoT

BYOD and IoT are changing the way employees access your company's data.

Next year more than 50% of the devices connecting to enterprise networks will

be owned by employees. Why should you care about all these new devices

showing up in your office now? Pwnie Express CEO Paul Paget will show what

he is seeing inside the darkness and share insights into how to navigate those


Speaker: Paul Paget, CEO, Pwnie Express


Closing Remarks

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


Open Networking




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