Cybersecurity and Payments Roundtable

August 16, 2018
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Columbia Business School -- Room. 326

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Continued growth in adoption of payments requires that the industry, the public, and regulators have confidence in the ability of providers to safeguard their platforms and protect consumer and business users from suffering losses from cyber-attacks.

These risks are persistent and manifest, ranging from vulnerabilities in mobile network infrastructure; customer and merchant devices; business processes; and payment provider and national payment infrastructure.

Technology to undertake cyber-attacks is becoming more readily available and at a more accessible price, and emerging techniques used to undertake these attacks and exploit vulnerabilities are more sophisticated and prevalent.

Our cyber-security summit - jointly organized by Mastercard and the Columbia Institute of Tele-Information’s DFSO - explores how the public and private sectors, mobile networks, and law enforcement, cyber-security innovators are dealing with these threats.

 

 

 

 

 

Draft Agenda (subject to change):

 

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8.40am-9.00am Registration
 

9.00am-9.10am Welcome and Introduction

Dr Leon Perlman - Head of DFSO @ CITI, Columbia Business School

Dr Jon Brickey    -  SVP & Cybersecurity Evangelist, Mastercard

 

9.10am-9.40am Keynote
Deborah A. Snyder - Chief Information Security Officer, New York State Office of Information Technology Services

 

9.40am-10.30am Overview Of The Global Threat Matrix

  • Sidney Gottesman - Senior Vice President, Corporate Security Commercialization, Mastercard

  • Margaret MacAlpine - Founding Partner, Nordic Innovation Labs

  • Dave Masson - Director of Enterprise Cyber Security, Darktrace, Canada

  • Brian DeMuth - CEO, Grimm

  • Nick Kael - Senior Director, Solution Architecture, Symantec

Moderator: Igor Kharkov, Barclays

 

10.30am-10.45am COFFEE BREAK
 

10.45am-11.25am Cyber-security in telecommunications networks, infrastructure & mobile payments

  • Prof Kevin Butler - Univ of Florida

  • Elad Yoran - CEO, Koolspan

  • Alan Basmajian, Payments and Market Infrastructure Policy, Federal Reserve Bank of New York

  • Dov Yoran* - Senior Director, Security Business Group, Cisco

  • Dr Leon Perlman - Head of DFSO @ CITI, Columbia Business School

Moderator: David True, PayGility Advisors/Head of NYPay

 

11.25-12:15 Policy, Legal, & Regulatory Aspects of Cybersecurity
 

  • Rachel Marmor, Davis, Wright Tremaine, Cybersecurity & Privacy

  • Alex Niejelow, Mastercard, Senior Vice President, Cybersecurity Coordination and Advocacy

  • Daniel Dobrygowski, Head of Governance and Policy, Centre for Cybersecurity, World Economic Forum

  • Jason Healy, Senior Research Scholar at SIPA, Columbia University

  • Jason Oxman, CEO, Electronic Transactions Association

Moderator: Deb Baxley, PayGility Advisors

 

12.15pm – 1.00pm LUNCH BREAK
 

 

1.00pm-1.45pm  Public-Private Sector Collaboration for Securing Critical Infrastructure

  • Deborah A. Snyder, CISO, New York State Office of Information Technology Services

  • Aquiles Almansi, Lead Financial Sector Specialist, World Bank

  • Leo Taddeo, CISO, Cxtera

  • Mark Norberg, US Secret Service, NY Field Office

  • Colonel Carlos Vega, Army Cyber Institute at West Point

Moderator: Jon Brickey, SVP & Cybersecurity Evangelist, Mastercard

 

1.45pm-2.30pm:  Cyber-security Innovators Panel

  • Bryson Bort, CEO, Scythe

  • Sunil Madhu, CEO, Socure

  • Eric Hay, Director, Field Engineering, Quantum Xchange

  • Janine Darling, CEO, STASH

  • Arun Sood, CEO, SCIT Labs

Moderator: Rob Martinez, Co-Founder and Managing Partner, DAR Partners

 

 

2.30-2.35pm Closing Remarks

  • Howard Hall - CEO, Consult Hyperion, USA

 

* Invited, TBC

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