From the Dark Web to Wall Street: Cyber Threats in 2020
From cyber governance and strategy, to cybersecurity technology investment, to the recruitment and retention of cybersecurity professionals, technology expert Rachel Wilson will cover the landscape of challenges facing cyber-savvy business leaders today.
Rachel Wilson spent 15 years at the National Security Agency (NSA) where she ran counterterrorism operations, worked cybersecurity threats to the 2012 summer Olympics in London, and spent five years leading NSA’s cyber exploitation operations mission. As the senior committing official for NSA’s hacking mission, she oversaw the planning and execution of thousands of cyber operations against America’s adversaries. In the spring of 2017, Rachel became the first Head of Cybersecurity for Morgan Stanley Wealth Management. In this role, she leverages her experience in attacking and defending high-consequence systems to protect Morgan Stanley and its clients from cyber actors.
In this webinar, Rachel will describe the current cybersecurity threats facing companies and institutions from nation states, from cyber organized crime syndicates, and from individual hackers looking to make money or create mayhem. With advanced hacking tools now widely available, Rachel will explain how cyber actors target companies, institutions and individuals in an opportunistic way and then work to monetize their access. Drawing from her experience at the NSA and in the financial sector, she will discuss what C-suites and Boards of Directors need to be considering in the current cyber risk environment and describe the aspects of an effective corporate cyber resiliency strategy. From cyber governance and strategy, to cybersecurity technology investment, to the recruitment and retention of cybersecurity professionals, Rachel will cover the landscape of challenges facing today’s cyber-savvy business leaders.
Featured Presenter: Rachel Wilson (Managing Director, Technology - Morgan Stanley)
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This event is free.