Ask the Experts: The Remote Worker and Keeping Client Data Safe
Join us as we dive into the world of remote work and how to keep client data safe and secure. Our panelists will review standard protocol and opportunities to identify remote workforce risk, including:
- Accessing Sensitive Data Through Unsafe Wi-Fi Networks
- Using Personal Devices for Work
- Basic Physical Security Practices in Public Places
- Multi-Factor Authentication
- Password Manager
- And more!
Please submit any questions you have during registration to be addressed during your time with us.
Senior Vice President, Information Security and Data Privacy
First Command Financial Services
As the Senior Vice President of Information Security and Data Privacy at First Command Financial Services, Frank is responsible for Enterprise Information Security and Data Privacy across all platforms, Enterprise Data Management, all aspects of Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery, as well as working with both internal and external auditors to ensure proper controls are in place. Previously, Frank served as an executive consultant for Farr Systems, Chief Information Officer for BenfitMall, and as the Chief Technology Officer for Burlington Resources. He brought more than 25 years of IT experience and outstanding interpersonal, communication and leadership skills to the position.
Frank is a graduate of American Technology University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science and Dallas Baptist University with a Master of Business Administration degree in Finance and Master of Arts degree in Organizational Management. He also holds Conflict Resolution and Mediation certification as well as his Series 7 and Series 24 licenses.
Global Head of Threat Intelligence
Scott MacDougall is the Global Head of Threat Intelligence for the Bank of New York Mellon. In this role, he leads the day-to-day management and operation of BNY Mellon’s Cyber Threat Intelligence Group (CTIG), a best-in-class threat intelligence program that aligns to business risk, leading collection, analysis and escalation operations. Scott joined BNY Mellon in 2015 and has spent time in Washington DC and London, working to build out a follow the sun operational model for BNYM. Prior to joining the bank, Scott was a member of the United States Intelligence Community with time spent as the Secretary of Homeland Security’s daily intelligence briefer and as the Special Assistant to the Under Secretary for Intelligence at DHS.
Scott has previously received BNY Mellon’s Information Security Manager of the Year award, recognizing significant achievement in the development and execution of a full suite cyber intelligence program. Scott’s focus is translating complex technical and intelligence-derived products into consumable material for senior executives. Scott resides in Falls Church, Virginia with his wife Mollie and son Elijah.
Founder & CEO
Sid is a seasoned start-up entrepreneur with a deep cyber risk background including working on an NSA-funded program. Founder and CEO at SaaS company Entreda – #1 Provider of Cybersecurity Risk and Compliance Software for Wealth Managers and other regulated industries sold to Smarsh. Smarsh is a Leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant For Enterprise Information Archive and Compliance Software for Four Consecutive Years.
Prior to Entreda, Sid served as Vice President of Product and Business Development at venture-funded start-up Plato Networks which he sold to Netlogic Microsystems subsequently acquired by Broadcom for $4B. Prior to Plato Networks, Sid worked on several technology ventures in Silicon Valley and was part of an elite team, funded by the NSA, to develop a Suite B flow-through cryptographic processor to protect critical infrastructure of US National Interest. Sid holds dual Bachelor of Science Degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from University of California, Berkeley. Sid serves on the advisory board of numerous venture-funded start-ups and is an active contributor and speaker for many cybersecurity organizations.
Chief Information Security Officer
Corey Moscoe is a member of the Technology Services Unit and is the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for SEI. In this role, Corey is responsible for Cyber Security events within SEI and his team has oversight for activities such as vulnerability management, security architecture design, incident response, policy management, digital forensics, etc. He works closely with the relationship teams to determine client and industry needs and interfaces with client due diligence reviews, federal examinations, SSAE 18 audits, and other similar testing or audit engagements.
During his tenure at SEI, Corey has had management responsibilities within the Global Technology Center for disaster recovery, hosting services, storage management, enterprise management, and support center.
Prior to joining SEI, Corey was part of the Computer Risk Management division of Arthur Andersen. Corey holds a B.S. in Accounting and a minor in Management Information Systems from the University of Delaware. Corey is also a Certified Information Systems Auditor and Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control.