01:00 PM - 02:00 PM (Pacific)
02:00 PM - 03:00 PM (Mountain)
04:00 PM - 05:00 PM (Eastern)
Zoom Invitation Will Be Shared the Day of the Event
FBI IC3 has recorded cybercrime activity quadrupling over the last few months, 3,000-4,000 attacks daily, with only some of it being COVID themed. According to Accenture, 43% of cyberattacks in 2019 were aimed at small business, but only 14% are prepared to defend themselves. More than half of all small businesses suffered a breach in 2019. The panel will explore the uniqueness of cyber risk, cyberattack vectors, and guidance for private companies on shifting from threat response to threat prevention.
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Senior Vice President
James Trainor is Senior Vice President within Aon’s Cyber Solutions Network and joined Aon after a distinguished career at the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Mr. Trainor led the Cyber Division at FBI Headquarters and played a critical role in devising the FBI’s national strategy to combat cyber-crime. In his new role, Mr. Trainor will help shape Aon’s overall cyber strategy on behalf of clients to mitigate and reduce cyber risk.
Mr. Trainor is a graduate of Assumption College in Worcester, Massachusetts and obtained a master’s degree from the University of Connecticut. He also completed a Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) and Chief Risk Officer (CRO) certificate program from Carnegie Mellon University and has GIAC certifications in GISP, GSLC and GISF. Mr. Trainor is the recipient of the 2016 Presidential Rank Award and the 2016 FCW Federal 100 in Information Technology.
President and CEO
New Oceans Enterprises
Donna is a Virtual / Fractional Chief Information Security Officer and has served as a C-Level strategic advisor in IT, Cyber Strategy and Data Privacy for multiple global companies for over 15 years. She currently serves on the Board of Advisors for the FAIR Institute and is President of the Atlanta FAIR Chapter with a mission to “Establish and promote information risk management best practices that empower risk professionals to collaborate with their business partners on achieving the right balance between protecting the organization and running the business.”
She holds CISSP and C|CISO certifications in Cybersecurity; CIPP/E, CIPM in Data Privacy and has been designated a Fellow of Information Privacy (“FIP”) by IAPP and an ITIL Certification in IT Service Management. Previous employers include Incomm, RGP, First Advantage, ABB, SunGard and Wipro. She holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from Auburn University and lives in Atlanta, GA with her husband.
Head of Executive & Professional Training
Jeff Welgan is a cyber risk expert who regularly consults, briefs, and trains senior leaders – including Board Directors, CxOs, and other senior executives – on governing and managing cyber risk. In his current role, Jeff heads up CyberVista’s executive and professional training programs, overseeing offerings that serve the training needs of both senior business leaders and cybersecurity practitioners. A believer that cyber risk is a “people problem,” Jeff focuses on people-centric solutions that empower individuals to confidently tackle cybersecurity challenges head-on.
Jeff’s cyber experience took root from his time serving the US Intelligence Community where he spent 13 years focusing on cyber threat actors, nation-state cyber capabilities, and cyber doctrines; along with a number of other national security initiatives. Prior to CyberVista, Jeff led and managed a cyber threat intelligence capability at Booz Allen Hamilton, focusing primarily on specialized cyber threat studies for Fortune 100 commercial clients and US government agencies.
Enterprise Strategy Director
Robert Barr chairs the Cybersecurity initiative for the Private Directors Association. He collaborates with global companies, as well as foreign and domestic governments, to align on digital transformation vision, execution and adoption resulting in significant growth while mitigating risk. At Cellebrite, a mobile forensics company, Robert collaborated with Fortune 500 and key US government senior executives to deliver a cloud-based mobile forensic capability resulting in maximum coverage, reduced incidents and lower costs. At Check Point, a cloud, data center, network and mobile security company, he collaborated with senior executives to view cybersecurity as a market offering differentiator and revenue generator rather than just risk mitigation. Currently at Oracle, he works with key accounts on management consulting engagements, creating strategic roadmaps and building business value cases to drive market changing, secure, digital transformation across the enterprise and ecosystem supply chain. Robert holds a Bachelor’s degree from Syracuse University and a Master’s degree from the London School of Economics.