BEC - FBI calls it the $43B* heist. How to tame this beast?

CISO Luncheon

August 10, 2022 - Las Vegas, NV

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JJ Markee
Baxter International Inc.

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JJ is the CISO at Baxter...Previously he was CISO at Kraft Heinz and held information security responsibilities at Cadbury, Pfizer and Pharmacia. He has a wide range of security experience including:
- Establishing Security Policy and Governance
- Developing Security Architecture
- Managing Security Operations
- Delivering Security Project Management.

His Specialties: Security Architecture, Governance, and Operations,

Allison Miller

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Allison Miller serves as the Chief Information Security Officer for Optum. Allison has accountability for the Enterprise Information Security Officers for the Group, Security Incident Response/Technical Investigations, Security Policy and Global Cyber Regulatory Programs. In her existing role, Allison has developed a global security framework for the enterprise with a focus towards patient safety, security of clinical operations and a global cyber crisis response plan. Prior to her role with the Global Enterprise Information Security Office, Allison served as the Director of National Healthcare Compliance for UnitedHealthcare, Chief Privacy Officer for OptumHealth and Deputy Chief Privacy Officer, National Privacy Director for UnitedHealthcare. In addition to global cybersecurity, Allison has over 20 years of experience in health information systems and crisis management. During her tenure at UnitedHealth Group, Allison developed systems to identify the gaps in care and predict health outcomes for individuals with chronic conditions. Allison is a volunteer EMT and First Responder in the State of Louisiana serving residents during Hurricanes Katrina and Isaac. Most recently, Allison had the privilege of serving Refugees in Greece providing healthcare support to the clinicians on the frontlines. Allison’s undergraduate (BA) studies were in Political Science and Sociology; she has completed Executive Education & Management post-college at Wharton, Kellogg Executive Education and MIT Sloan. She was part of the cohort that authored and attained the ISC2 Healthcare Information Security and Privacy Professional Certification and holds her HCISSP, in addition to holding certifications from GIAC, ISACA, HCCS and other technology areas of focus beyond security. Allison continues to volunteer her time across organizations to help raise the level awareness regarding emerging cyber security landscape and the threats they present to patient care globally. Allison serves on the Board of Directors for Women in Cybersecurity (WiCys) and speaks publicly at schools and colleges around the globe.
Yonesy Núñez
Jack Henry

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Yonesy Núñez is the Chief Information Security Officer of Jack Henry & Associates (Jack Henry). In this role, he is responsible for  ensuring effective business and information security alignment. Together with his team, he promotes and inculcates innovative  information security risk management with the aim to protect the company’s data, client information, and associated assets. 

Prior to joining Jack Henry, Núñez was the Cybersecurity Technology Executive for Commercial, Corporate and Investment  Banking, Wealth & Investment Management, and International Relations at Wells Fargo. Earlier in his career, he was the Group  Information Security Officer for Citi’s Corporate Center Businesses where he helped promote business objectives by aligning  information security risk management as a business differentiator. Núñez was also the Practice Leader for PwC’s Philly Metro IT  Risk & Security Assurance Practice; Chief Information Security Officer at The New School; and Chief Information Security Officer at  Pall Corporation, where he introduced the first holistic global information security, IT governance, and compliance programs. 

He is the Risk Management Committee Chair and serves on the Board of Trustees for the Darrow School; STEM Advisory Board  member for Mercy College; Strategic Advisory Board member for the International Consortium of Minority Cybersecurity  Professionals (ICMCP); and President Emeritus and co-founder of the Long Island, New York Infragard Chapter. 

Núñez holds a Bachelor of Science in Finance and Computer Information Systems from Manhattan College in New York, a Master  of Science in Information Systems Engineering from The New York University Tandon School of Engineering, and a doctorate  in Computing from Pace University. He holds numerous industry certifications including Certified Information Systems Security  Professional (CISSP); Certified Information Security Manager (CISM); Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA); and Certified in  the Governance of Enterprise IT (CGEIT). Núñez has also been recognized on the Hispanic IT Executives Council’s Top 100 Most  Influential Hispanic Leaders in Technology list. He currently resides in Allentown, Pennsylvania with his wife, son, and daughter.

Bradley Schaufenbuel
Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer

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Bradley J. Schaufenbuel is currently Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer at Paychex. Prior to his current role, he held security leadership positions at Paylocity, Midland States Bank, Midwest Bank, Zurich Financial Services, Experian, and Arthur Andersen LLP. Bradley is the author of multiple books (including two "For Dummies" titles) and has had numerous articles published in professional journals on a wide variety of topics related to information security and governance. He is licensed to practice law in Illinois and is a member of the United States Supreme Court Bar. Bradley holds twenty-five professional designations in the areas of information security management, IT compliance, information privacy, fraud examination, IT audit, computer forensics, ethical hacking, business continuity planning, project management, cloud security, and process improvement, including the C|CISO, CISSP, CISM, CISA, CCSP, CIPP/US, CIPP/E, CIPM, CSSLP, PMP, CRISC, CGEIT, ISSMP, ISSAP, CFE, C|EH, CBCP, CCSK, CDPSE, DFCP, CIFI, CSOXM, CSOE, ITIL v3 Foundation, and Six Sigma Black Belt. He holds an MBA from DePaul University's Kellstadt Graduate School of Business and a JD and an LLM in information technology and privacy law from the University of Illinois at Chicago's John Marshall Law School. Bradley has served as a director on several corporate and non-profit boards, is a regular speaker at industry conferences, and has served numerous clients in the legal, financial services, and healthcare industries as a freelance consultant. He is an advisor to YL Ventures GP, Ltd., Glilot Capital, Eclipz, Inc., Great North Ventures, EventCombo, AttackIQ, Eclipz,io, Privatise, WireX Systems, Menlo Ventures, and ThirdPartyTrust. Bradley was recognized as the Chicago CISO of the Year in 2018, as one of the Top 100 CISOs by Cyber Defense Magazine in 2020, and as the North America Information Security Leader of the Year by GDS in 2021.
Dan Manley
Managing Director - CISO
CME Group

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Managing Director and CISO with 30 years of professional experience related to cyber security, technology, risk management, audit and control with leadership roles at CME Group, Allstate and KPMG. Broad technology background, with specialization in – Cyber Security - Information Technology – Business Resiliency (continuity, availability and recovery) – Global Risk and Compliance – Large-scale program delivery
Anand Raghavan
Co-Founder & CPO

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As Co-founder & CPO at Armorblox, Anand loves the excitement of working with world-class teams to build and market game-changing products. Prior to Armorblox, Anand launched ThoughtSpot out of stealth mode, and built and ran product marketing and product management teams there. Anand was a founding team member and product manager at Blue Jeans Network, helping to grow it from four employees to 200+ employees and 2,000+ customers. Before that, he held several engineering roles, including six years at NVIDIA. Anand has a B.Tech. in electrical engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology Madras, an M.S. in electrical and computer engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, where he graduated with honors and was named a Palmer Scholar.
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BEC - FBI calls it the $43B* heist. How to tame this beast?
According to the FBI’s recent IC3 report in 2022, exposed business loss due to BEC accounts for > $43B. Why? At the heart of it, the biggest fear is not the technology, it is the potential of human error that could expose your organization to a cyberattack. The majority of CISOs agree that an employee carelessly falling victim to a BEC/phishing scam is the most likely cause of a security breach. Most also agree that they will not be able to reduce the level of employee disregard for information security. How do we guard against human error without limiting employee efficiency and productivity? Source -

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