World Congress Speakers and Topics 2011 

 

Keynote Sessions

K1: Flawless Execution

Imagine the critical nature of fighter pilots, working as a team, executing on a mission. What leadership qualities are necessary to effectively plan a mission and then execute that mission ‘flawlessly’? In business, organizations are fighting for market share, fighting to make their numbers, fighting to win. To be successful, you need a team that works as one, that works towards common objectives. You need a team that knows not only how to plan a mission, but how to execute that mission flawlessly from start to finish. Our opening keynote presenter, Afterburner, Inc., a team of renowed fighter pilots will highlight mission critical business principles in this ‘zero tolerance for error’ world.

James MurphyJim "Murph" Murphy

Founder and CEO, Afterburner, Inc.  

Murphy has a unique and powerful mix of leadership skills in both the military and business worlds. Murphy joined the U.S. Air Force where he learned to fly the F-15. He logged over 1,200 hours as an instructor pilot in the F-15 and accumulated over 3,200 hours of flight time in other high-performance aircraft. As the 116th Fighter Wing's Chief of Training for the Georgia Air National Guard, Murphy's job was to keep 42 combat-trained fighter pilots ready to deploy worldwide within 72 hours. As a flight leader, he flew missions to Central America, Asia, Central Europe and the Middle East.

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K2: Global Partners: Best Practices and Business Trends

“The Big Four” are plugged into issues around globalization and doing business in the new global economy. Whether addressing globalization issues as they expand, or advising their clients on business strategies and execution, the Big Four firms are on the forefront of “looking around the corner” for global business. From regulatory evolution, to global markets and strategy, this panel will address these topical items and answer your questions.


Robert J. Kueppers

Deputy CEO Regulatory and Public Policy and Vice Chairman, Deloitte, LLP

 

Robin HutchinsonTom Craren

Managing Partner, US Brand & Thought Leadership, PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP

PwC’s managing partner of US Brand and Thought Leadership since 2007, Prior to that, Craren was managing partner, global brand and communications since 2002. From 1998 until 2002, he was chief of staff to the CEO. He served as managing partner of government affairs from 1996 to 1998, working in Washington DC from 1988, the year he was admitted to partnership. During that time he participated in televised testimony before both houses of Congress, and led the fi rst audit and review of the US House of Representatives. He received the Meritorious Service Award from the US House of Representatives in 1995 and the Inspector General’s Award from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development in 1992 applications.

 

Robin HutchinsonRobin Hutchinson

Global Markets Leader, Ernst & Young

Hutchinson is responsible for driving strategy, services and growth across Ernst & Young’s Advisory Practices in EMEIA, Asia-Pacific, Japan and the Americas. He also served as CEO of two publicly traded technology and security companies and has worked in various senior management capacities in the technology and security industry, ranging from software development to extensive work on technology security applications.

 

Greg BellGreg Bell

Partner and Global Service Leader, KPMG, LLP

Greg Bell is KPMG’s global and America’s services leader for information protection.  He is experienced with various areas of information management and information security with particular specialization in the fields of IT risk management and business enablement.

 

Ken Vander WalModerator: Kenneth L. Vander Wal

ISACA 2010-2011 International Vice President and 2011-2012 ISACA International President 

Vander Wal  is a retired national partner in the Technology and Security Risk Services practice of Ernst & Young, where he was responsible for the firm’s global TSRS quality and risk management program. With more than 40 years of IT experience, he has worked in multiple areas of information systems in a variety of industries, including systems development, systems programming, project management, quality assurance, IT auditing and systems security. Before joining Ernst & Young in 1979, Vander Wal worked at the Pentagon, where he developed systems to support the Department of Army staff, and for a computer software company in a systems technical support role. He is a coauthor of IT Control Objectives for Sarbanes-Oxley, 2nd Edition, published by ITGI, and serves on ISACA’s Guidance and Practices Committee, Knowledge Board, Professional Issues and Advocacy Task Force, and Strategic Advisory Council. He has served as international vice president of ISACA since 2007.

  

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K3: Tomorrow's Headlines: Future Trends in Global Business

Bob Treadway, INSIGHTS 2011 Master of Ceremonies, closes INSIGHTS 2011 with a forecast of how business forces will intersect with your technology responsibilities. You will take away insights for how to look at the next decade for your enterprise, departments, and career in an uncertain and volatile business environment. Treadway is noted for his ability to tie together research, his own client experiences, and the insights of industry leaders into a package of understandable concepts and actionable recommendations.


Bob TreadwayBob Treadway

Futurist and Strategy Advisor

Bob Treadway is an internationally recognized advisor to organizations and leaders on strategy, foresight, and the future. Clients like Gillette, Berkshire Hathaway, Motorola, ExxonMobil, the Federal Reserve, Syngetna, Quaker Oats, Weyerhaueser, the National League of Cities, Dow, Humana, AT&T, and the Social Security Administration retain Treadway to help them expand their thinking, envision the operational environments of tomorrow, form strategy and take action. Before moving into futurism, forecasting and consulting, Treadway was an executive and principal in the broadcasting industry.

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Executive Panel Discussions: Integration of Business and IT

Chief Audit Executives, Chief Information Security Officers and Chief Information Officers will share their insights on the integration of business and IT. They will discuss their individual roles that are critical in ensuring an enterprise’s trust in, and value from, information systems. These business leaders will debate current issues, concerns and trends in technology and security that impact their organizations as well as their roles, the value of effective communication and what keeps them awake at night. Among topics sure to be discussed are cloud computing, mobile computing, sustainability, business analytics, alignment of IT and business goals, security, emerging risks, governance and much more!

 

EP1: Insights from Chief Audit Executives


Steve GoepfertSteve Goepfert

VP Internal Audit, United Airlines

Goepfert assumed the role of VP Internal Audit after the merger of United and Continental. He had previously been Chief Auditor at Continental Airlines for 21 years. Goepfert has held industry audit posts including Chairman of the International Association of Airline Internal Auditors (IAAIA) and Chairman of the Air Transport Association of America (ATA) Audit Panel 

Lawrence J. HarringtonLawrence J. Harrington

VP Internal Audit, Raytheon

Harrington started his career in public accounting and has since held a wide range of positions within retail, financial services, insurance, manufacturing and technology. He has served as Vice President of Finance, Vice President of Human Resources, and Vice President of Operations, as well as Chief Audit Executive for several Fortune 200 companies during his career.

Neil CraigNeal Craig

Chief Audit Executive, GEICO

 

 

 


Greg GrocholskiModerator: Greg Grocholski

CISA, Corporate Auditor, Dow Chemical Company 

Grocholski is a member of ISACA’s Board of Directors and the corporate auditor at The Dow Chemical Company. He is responsible for independently assessing the adequacy of accounting, financial and operating controls of Dow’s global operations. In this role, Grocholski has responsibility for corporate auditing, fraud investigative services and contract auditing. In addition, he is a standing ad hoc member of Dow’s global and regional ethics and compliance committees.

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EP2:  Insights from Information Security Officers

 
Marcus SachsMarcus Sachs

Vice President, National Security Policy, Verizon Communications 

Sachs is also Vice Chair of the Communications Sector Coordinating Council. He serves on several other public/private working groups in Washington and was a member of the CSIS Commission on Cyber Security for the 44th Presidency. From 2003 to 2010 he volunteered as Director of the SANS Internet Storm Center. He retired from the U.S. Army in 2001 following a 20-year career and was appointed by the President to serve in the White House Office of Cyberspace Security in 2002-2003. 

Chris SchroederChris Schroeder

CISM, Vice President, Information Security, Lowes 

Schroeder is responsible for all facets of information security including governance, auditing, compliance, vulnerability management and security awareness. Since 2008, Schroeder has developed an enterprisewide security strategy, established security governance and compliance monitoring processes and investigates security incidents. He has built a team of security professionals responsible for a wide array of services such as, intrusion detection, authentication and authorization, encryption key management, penetration testing, risk assessments and vendor risk assessments.

Chris Tignor

CISM, CRISC, Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer, Capital One
 

 

Jo Stewart-RattrayModerator: Jo Stewart-Rattray

CISA, CISM, CGEIT, Director of Information Security, RSM Bird Cameron

Stewart-Rattray has 20 years of experience in the IT filed; some which were spent as CIO in the utilities space, and 12 in the information security arena. She specializes in consulting in information security issues, with an emphasis on governance in both the commercial and operational areas of businesses. She provides strategic advice to organizations across a number of industry sectors, and was recently appointed to CIGRE’s international working group B5.38 which is assessing information security risks in power system operations within SCADA systems and the implementation of appropriate controls.  

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EP3:  Insights from Chief Information Officers


Dan Doody

Chief Information Officer, Man Tech 

  

Ron Saull

CGEIT, EVP and Chief Information Officer, Great West Life and IGM Financial

 

 

Glenn O'DonnellModerator: Glenn O’Donnell

Senior Analyst, Forrester Research 

At Forrester, O’Donnell leverages his 31 years of IT experience to serve IT Infrastructure and Operations professionals. He is widely regarded as a top thought-leader in automation, service management, IT operations, and the broader social implications of technology evolution. He is coauthor of The CMDB Imperative, the popular book on best practices for designing, managing and leveraging configuration management information.

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EP4:  C-Level Strategies and Concerns Around Cloud and Its Adoption

Performance and cost benefits of the cloud are overcoming the concerns and risk of moving into the cloud. Adoption of cloud based technologies not only involves technical issues but brings strategic and governance issues to the forefront. This discussion will evaluate the strategy and governance around the adoption of Cloud. Learn what business issues are driving the decision, how to build the business case to adopt or not to adopt, what new governance models need to be deployed and who is doing it right.


Bhavesh BhagatBhavesh Bhagat

CISM, CGEIT, CEO, EnCrisp LLC

Co-Founder of Confident Governance and Chairman of the Board at EnCrisp, Bhagat is founding board member of Cloud Security Alliance Washington DC. He is a globally recognized visionary on security, risk management and governance subjects and their impact on complex business and social issues. He is also founder of the Global GRC Exchange, which encourages research and idea sharing between practitioners around the world.

 Marc Vael

CISA, CISM, CGEIT, Chief Audit Executive, Smals 

 

Robert StroudModerator: Robert E. Stroud

CGEIT, Vice President of IT Service Management & Governance, CA Technologies

Stroud is International Vice President of ISACA, as well as a member of the ISACA Framework Committee. He is also Vice President and service management and governance evangelist at CA Technologies. Stroud spent more than 15 years in the finance industry successfully managing multiple initiatives in both the IT and retail banking sectors related to IT service management and process governance. Stroud also serves on the itSMF International Board as Treasurer and Director Audit, Standards and Compliance and leads the itSMF ISO liaisons to multiple working groups.

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EP5:  What’s Around the Corner? Insights from Industry Experts

Listen to these industry experts share their different perspectives on what they believe is on the horizon for IT and business professionals. This insightful discussion will address innovations in technology and its impact on business, social implications of the technology evolution, IT management trends and workforce practices, and strategic planning. Prepare yourself for what’s around the corner.

Glenn O'DonnellGlenn O’Donnell

Sr. Analyst, Forrester Research 

At Forrester, O’Donnell leverages his 31 years of IT experience to serve IT Infrastructure and Operations professionals. He is widely regarded as a top thought-leader in automation, service management, IT operations, and the broader social implications of technology evolution. He is coauthor of The CMDB Imperative, the popular book on best practices for designing, managing and leveraging configuration management information.

David FooteDavid Foote

CEO, Foote Partners LLC

As co-founder of Foote Partners, an independent IT research and advisory firm, his two decades of pioneering deep research and analysis of IT workforce evolution, compensation practices, and multiple facets of the human side of IT value creation have won him an unquestioned place on a short list of thought leaders. His work defining and benchmarking a new generation of high impact IT/business hybrid workers continues with the leadership of his firm's analytical/advisory services and proprietary decision support survey research  (2,100 employers, 102,000 IT professionals,) that targets the ‘execution’ side of managing IT organizations and capabilities. At Foote Partners he manages a team of former Gartner and META Group industry analysts, McKinsey & Company and Towers Watson senior partners and consultants, and former corporate HR, IT, and business executives.

Michael ChuiMichael Chui

Senior Fellow, McKinsey Global Institute

As a Senior Fellow of the McKinsey Global Institute, Chui directs research on the impact of information technologies, such as Big Data, Web 2.0 and the Internet of Things, on business and the economy. He has served clients in the High Tech, Media and Telecom industries on strategy, innovation and product development, IT, sales & marketing, M&A and organization. His research has been cited globally in publications such as the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, The Economist, The Times of London, and Les Échos. Prior to joining McKinsey, Michael served as the first CIO of the City of Bloomington, Indiana, where he re-architected the enterprise architecture using Open Source technologies and led a project that resulted in Bloomington becoming the first community in the world to offer both live and archived video streaming of public meetings on the Web. 

Tony HayesTony Hayes

CGEIT, Associate Director, Queensland Government, ISACA  

Hayes was appointed executive director of the Service Delivery and Performance Commission in Queensland, Australia, in 2006. He has been a member of ISACA since 2003 and has served on several ISACA committees, including the IT Governance Committee. He is currently a member of ISACA’s Strategic Advisory Council and Relations Committee. Hayes is also a member of the Business Information Systems Advisory Committee for the School of Business at the University of Queensland. He has been an ISACA director since 2008.

  
Robert StroudModerator: Robert E. Stroud

CGEIT, Vice President of IT Service Management & Governance, CA Technologies

Stroud is International Vice President of ISACA, as well as a member of the ISACA Framework Committee. He is also Vice President and service management and governance evangelist at CA Technologies. Stroud spent more than 15 years in the finance industry successfully managing multiple initiatives in both the IT and retail banking sectors related to IT service management and process governance. Stroud also serves on the itSMF International Board as Treasurer and Director Audit, Standards and Compliance and leads the itSMF ISO liaisons to multiple working groups.

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Interviews

I1:  Board of Director's Insights into IT Governance

This candid interview will deliver insights about the importance of effectively communicating with the Board of Directors on corporate and IT Governance, and the infl uential role the board plays pertaining to the integration of business and technology. Learn how more effective governance can contribute signifi cantly to a company’s performance as well as build long term value for shareholders.


Barbara Hackman FranklinThe Honorable Barbara Hackman Franklin

President and CEO, Barbara Franklin Enterprises

 As President and CEO of a private investment and consulting firm headquartered in Washington, DC, Franklin advises American companies doing business in international markets, notably China, and is an expert on corporate governance, auditing, and financial reporting practices. Franklin has been recognized as a Director of the Year by The National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD), an Outstanding Director by the Outstanding Director Exchange (ODX), and by Directorship as one of the 100 most influential people in corporate governance. She has also received the John J. McCloy Award for audit excellence.

Greg GrocholskiInterviewer: Greg Grocholski

CISA, Corporate Auditor, The Dow Chemical Company 

Grocholski is a member of ISACA’s Board of Directors and the corporate auditor at The Dow Chemical Company. He is responsible for independently assessing the adequacy of accounting, financial and operating controls of Dow’s global operations. In this role, Grocholski has responsibility for corporate auditing, fraud investigative services and contract auditing. In addition, he is a standing ad hoc member of Dow’s global and regional ethics and compliance committees.

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I2:  The Impact of National Security and Emergency Preparedness on Enterprise Strategy

Take a deeper dive into the Chief Information Security Officer’s (CISO) critical role in the strategic planning process. As a follow up to Executive Panel: Insights from the CISO, Marcus Sachs will share additional insights on his role in Verizon’s Communications success. Gain an understanding of what happens when the CISO is not involved in enterprise strategy development, and what steps you can take to ensure their active engagement.

Marcus SachsMarcus Sachs

Vice President, National Security Policy, Verizon Communications 

Sachs is Verizon’s VP for National Security Policy, and Vice Chair of the Communications Sector Coordinating Council. He serves on several other public/private working groups in Washington and was a member of the CSIS Commission on Cyber Security for the 44th Presidency. From 2003 to 2010 he volunteered as the Director of the SANS Internet Storm Center. He retired from the U.S. Army in 2001 following a 20-year career and was subsequently appointed by the President to serve in the White House Office of Cyberspace Security in 2002-2003.   


Jo Stewart-RattrayInterviewer: Jo Stewart-Rattray

CISA, CISM, CGEIT, Director of Information Security, RSM Bird Cameron

Stewart-Rattray has 20 years of experience in the IT filed; some which were spent as CIO in the utilities space, and 12 in the information security arena. She specializes in consulting in information security issues, with an emphasis on governance in both the commercial and operational areas of businesses. She provides strategic advice to organizations across a number of industry sectors, and was recently appointed to CIGRE’s international working group B5.38 which is assessing information security risks in power system operations within SCADA systems and the implementation of appropriate controls.  

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I3:  The Chief Information Officer: A Business Partner

Many recent industry surveys have concluded that executives are dissatisfi ed with their companies’ investments in innovation. This level of dissatisfaction results in great opportunities for CIOs to demonstrate their value by playing a bigger role in developing the strategy and creating a more collaborative innovation process. This candid discussion provides insight into the CIO’s role in innovation, why the CIO should be involved, and the challenges involved in this evolving role.


 

Benjamin BergersonBenjamin Bergersen

Office of Inspector General, United States Commerce Department

 

 

 

Michael JuergensInterviewer: Michael Juergens

CISA, CGEIT, CRISC, Principal, Audit Enterprise Risk Services, Deloitte and Touche, LLP 

Juergens specializes in security, audit and internal controls. He serves as the lead of advisory internal controls Principal on a number of Fortune 500 companies. He is a well known speakers and thought leader on internal control topics. Additional career experiences include: serving an expert witness in internal controls litigation, authoring the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) Global Technology Audit Guide #5, leading the Information Technology audit curriculum for the IIA for the last 12 years, serving on numerous committees for ISACA and the IIA, and authoring and/or editing numerous articles, whitepapers and technical books. He also serves as an adjunct faculty member for the Paul Merage School of Business at the University of California – Irvine.

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I4:  Establishing an IT Governance Program

Successful enterprises ensure they have implemented an overarching system of governance that facilitates the achievement of their desired outcomes, both at the enterprise level and at each level within the enterprise. A lively discussion is anticipated around the importance and benefi ts of establishing an IT governance program including how to gain support from the Board of Directors, the importance of aligning IT goals with business goals, and how a well organized and structured IT governance program can prevent future IT related problems/issues and provide a competitive business advantage.


Charles BetzCharles Betz

Research Director, IT portfolio management, Enterprise Management Associates

Betz is Research Director for IT Governance, Portfolio and Value Management at Enterprise Management Associates. He spent 6 years at Wells Fargo as Enterprise Architect and VP for IT Portfolio Management and Systems Management, where he guided IT portfolio management and CMDB efforts, as well as consulting across the bank’s US $6 billion IT operations regarding process, data, and systems for the “business of IT.” Betz is author of Architecture and Patterns for IT Service Management, Resource Planning, and Governance: Making Shoes for the Cobbler's Children

Michael JuergensInterviewer: Michael Berardi

CISA, CGEIT, Sr. Manager Market Audit for North America, Purina Nestlé  

Berardi is charged with leading the IT advisory and assurance services group and ensuring an adequate control framework solution is designed and implemented. Berardi has more than 20 years of experience in IT auditing working in financial services, defense wholesale distribution and manufacturing industries.

 

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I5:  Future of Cyber Security: Moving to the Next Level

Given the increasing number of security incidents and attacks, cyber security is now on the minds of all IT and business professionals. In today’s complex business environment it is critical that every business function play a role in cyber security and it is imperative to have the proper security measures on all computers and devices. Dr. Ross discusses the future of cyber security and the importance of developing our current personnel and training the next generation in order to keep our systems operational now and in the future.


Dr. Ron Ross

Sr. Computer Scientist and Information Security Researcher, National Institute of Standards and Technology

 

Theresa GrafenstineInterviewer: The Honorable Theresa Grafenstine

CISA, CGEIT, CRISC, Inspector General, U.S. House of Representatives 

Grafenstine is the fourth person and first woman to be appointed as the Inspector General of the House. She has been with the House OIG since 1998. During her time with the House OIG, Grafenstine led many ground-breaking audits, including the first-ever review of the House Complex fire and emergency response program, as well as numerous security and internal control assessments, including the deployment of Active Directory and the House payroll and financial management systems.

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I6:  Impact of Privacy on Business

Innovations in technology have caused many countries to adapt privacy policies to maintain people’s rights to privacy. However these policies can and will continue to negatively impact an enterprise’s success. This enlightening discussion examines the rising privacy issues from real-life experiences, legislation and regulations that impact the privacy arena, new approaches for securing critical data in a world with no barriers and the right strategy to defend confi dential information while enabling productivity. Participate in a thought-provoking debate on how to protect one of the most important issues in the security environment: privacy.


Pamela Jones HarbourPamela Jones Harbour

Partner (former Federal Trade Commissioner), Fulbright & Jaworkski, LLP

A partner in Fulbright & Jaworski L.L.P.’s antitrust and competition practice, Jones Harbour heads the firm’s Privacy, Competition and Data Protection Practice Group. She is well recognized for her knowledge of evolving areas of competition and consumer protection law, including privacy and data security issues. Prior to joining Fulbright & Jarworski, she served on the Federal Trade Commission from 2003 until April 2010.

Harriet Pearson

VP Security and Counsel and Chief Privacy Officer, IBM
  

Ramses GallegoInterviewer: Ramsés Gallego

CISM, CGEIT, General Manager, Entel IT Consulting

Gallego is General Manager of the Security and Risk Management practice at Entel IT Consulting where he strategizes the vision of the area and oversees the deployment of services. Gallego evangelizes that governance is essential to facilitate innovation in this changing business environment and holds many certifications that combine different knowledge areas and broaden his vision on technology within the marketplace.

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I7:  The Role of Technology on Marketing Effectiveness

The role of marketing in the enterprise is changing. Historically viewed as an operational area, Marketing is now recognized as a strategic driver for the enterprise. In today’s business environment, data and analytics drives marketing strategy, and marketing strategy drives enterprise growth. This insightful discussion will explore the impact of new media, such as social media and portable devices, on marketing effectiveness and the critical role technology plays in an enterprise’s promotion process from start to completion. Through the use of technology, marketers now have a complete picture of marketing and media campaign effectiveness and return on investment (ROI).

Ninette Caruso

CISA, CRISC, VP Internal Audit, Nationwide 
 

David CronkrightInterviewer: David Cronkright

CISA, Sr. Audit Director, Dow Chemical 

Cronkright is Senior Audit Director at The Dow Chemical Company where he manages the IT audit personnel and initiatives. Cronkright has 27 years experience with the company in managing IT service delivery and support processes, aligning technical solutions with business information needs, and now assessing adequacy of controls to mitigate risk to the company.  

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I8:  IT Risk Management in an Increasingly Complex Environment

In business today, risk plays a critical role with almost every decision, requiring executives and managers to constantly balance risk and reward. This lively discussion between Michael Juergens and an Industry Thought Leader offers insights on the importance of integrating the management of IT risk into the enterprise risk management process. Included in this discussion are recommendations for the best way to respond to risks that are identified, setting direction, monitoring risk at the enterprise level, and staying abreast of emerging IT risk.

 

Brian Barnier

CGEIT, CRISC, ValueBridge Advisors


Michael JuergensInterviewer: Michael Juergens

CISA, CGEIT, CRISC, Principal, Audit Enterprise Risk Services, Deloitte and Touche LLP 

Juergens specializes in security, audit and internal controls. He serves as the lead of advisory internal controls Principal on a number of Fortune 500 companies. He is a well known speakers and thought leader on internal control topics. Additional career experiences include: serving an expert witness in internal controls litigation, authoring the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) Global Technology Audit Guide #5, leading the Information Technology audit curriculum for the IIA for the last 12 years, serving on numerous committees for ISACA and the IIA, and authoring and/or editing numerous articles, whitepapers and technical books. He also serves as an adjunct faculty member for the Paul Merage School of Business at the University of California – Irvine.

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I9:  Leadership Challenges in an Increasingly Complex World

Executive recruiter, Todd Weinman and Jo Stewart-Rattray provide a serious yet entertaining look at the changing role of technology leaders in a global market. Join in on the discussion to learn how to break out of the silo, attract and retain the next generation of leaders and explore the leadership challenges awaiting today’s technology, audit and risk professionals.


Todd WeinmanTodd Weinman

Weinman Group

Weinman is President and Chief Recruiting Officer of The Weinman Group, an executive search firm serving the Audit and GRC (Governance, Risk and Compliance) niche. Weinman has become a trusted advisor to companies in their search for outstanding talent, and to Audit and GRC professionals looking to accelerate their careers. He is a previous winner of the California Association of Personnel Consultants (now CSP) “Consultant of the Year” award as the top recruiter in the State of California. Weinman has written articles and/or been interviewed for a variety of publications, including the Wall Street Journal.

Jo Stewart-RattrayInterviewer: Jo Stewart-Rattray

CISA, CISM, CGEIT, Director of Information Security, RSM Bird Cameron

Stewart-Rattray has 20 years of experience in the IT filed; some which were spent as CIO in the utilities space, and 12 in the information security arena. She specializes in consulting in information security issues, with an emphasis on governance in both the commercial and operational areas of businesses. She provides strategic advice to organizations across a number of industry sectors, and was recently appointed to CIGRE’s international working group B5.38 which is assessing information security risks in power system operations within SCADA systems and the implementation of appropriate controls.  

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I10:  Risks and Rewards of Social Networking

The rapid emergence of social networking technologies is having a dramatic impact on businesses. Innovative deployment of merging social networking tools and techniques to support business initiatives creates new risks and rewards. Join in on the discussion to learn how others are deploying social networking technologies and strategies, evaluating the industry landscape, building the business case for social networking and evaluating the risk profile.


Theodore WolffTheodore Wolff

CISA, Sr. Manager, Vanguard

As a senior manager at Vanguard with leadership responsibility for the corporate IT audit group, Wolff has filled various staff and leadership roles during his 20 years of audit experience with large financial institutions such as Wachovia Corporation and FleetBoston Financial Group. During his audit career, he has championed concepts such as integrated auditing and continuous auditing practices.

Miranda O'Keefe

Sr. Manager Compliance, Vanguard Marketing Corporation

O'Keefe oversees the businesses that sell Vanguard funds and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) in the retail, institutional, and international segments, which includes more than 4,000 FINRA-registered representatives. She also works with marketing groups to ensure their initiatives are compliant with FINRA rules. Before joining Vanguard in 2003, O'Keefe was the director of compliance for Fiserv Securities Inc., and the chief compliance officer for TradeStar and Fiserv Investment Services Inc. 

Theresa GrafenstineInterviewer: The Honorable Theresa Grafenstine

CISA, CGEIT, CRISC, Inspector General, U.S. House of Representatives 

Grafenstine is the fourth person and first woman to be appointed as the Inspector General of the House. She has been with the House OIG since 1998. During her time with the House OIG, Grafenstine led many ground-breaking audits, including the first-ever review of the House Complex fire and emergency response program, as well as numerous security and internal control assessments, including the deployment of Active Directory and the House payroll and financial management systems.

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I11:  Technology's Role in Strategic Planning

A Development Task Force member will interview a CIO to probe and discuss the important role that IT professionals play in strategic planning addressing the role that technology plays in any organization.


Benjamin BergersonBenjamin Bergersen

Office of Inspector General, United States Commerce Department

 

 

 

 

Interviewer: Industry Thought Leader

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I12:  Mobile Technologies: Impact on Business

Advancements in mobile technology, including new devices and methods of communication, have changed the business world and continue to shape its future. The ease of connecting through these devices allows the enterprise to have an unprecedented level of connectivity between employees, competitors and customers. Learn how mobile technology can support networking, product development, a new dimension into marketing and advertising, and the impact it has on a more mobile work lifestyle.


Eric McKim

CISA,CISM, CGEIT, CRISC, Executive Consultant, IBM

  

Ramses GallegoInterviewer: Ramsés Gallego

CISM, CGEIT, General Manager, Entel IT Consulting

Gallego is General Manager of the Security and Risk Management practice at Entel IT Consulting where he strategizes the vision of the area and oversees the deployment of services. Gallego evangelizes that governance is essential to facilitate innovation in this changing business environment and holds many certifications that combine different knowledge areas and broaden his vision on technology within the marketplace.

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Forums

Discussion leaders will generate dialogue and debate around hot issues that impact the integration of technology and business. These sessions are designed to be thought-provoking and interactive. Audience participation is encouraged. To ensure effectiveness space is limited.

F1:  Global Cyber Threats

Microsoft recently released the latest Microsoft Security Intelligence Report (SIR). This tenth volume of the SIR provides you with the information needed to understand the current state of the evolving global threat landscape, including:

  • Analysis on threat trends from more than 600 million systems worldwide and some of the Internet’s business online services
  • Data on the local threat landscape in more than 100 countries/regions around the world
  • Insights on how attackers are using malware, spam, phishing, and other attacks to compromise systems

Join Tim Rains, Director of Product Management in Trustworthy Computing at Microsoft, for a deep and interactive briefi ng on the latest trends in the threat landscape.


Tim Rains

Director Product Management Trustworthy Computing, Microsoft 

 

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F2:  Ongoing Cost of Security Incidents

Research from the Ponemon Institute on the cost of data breaches will provide a starting point for a group discussion about security incidents and their costs.


Dr. Larry PonemonDr. Larry Ponemon

Chairman and Founder, Ponemon Institute 


 

 

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F3:  Transitioning Technology into the Enterprise

Discussion will begin around the evolution of technology from mainframe, to PCs to the cloud and continue as a group discussion of strategies, technologies and experiences.


Marc Vael

CISA, CISM, CGEIT, Chief Audit Executive, Smals  

 

Robert StroudModerator: Robert E. Stroud

CGEIT, Vice President of IT Service Management & Governance, CA Technologies

Stroud is International Vice President of ISACA, as well as a member of the ISACA Framework Committee. He is also Vice President and service management and governance evangelist at CA Technologies. Stroud spent more than 15 years in the finance industry successfully managing multiple initiatives in both the IT and retail banking sectors related to IT service management and process governance. Stroud also serves on the itSMF International Board as Treasurer and Director Audit, Standards and Compliance and leads the itSMF ISO liaisons to multiple working groups.

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F4:  Social Impact of Technology on Privacy and Security

Discussion will begin by sharing perspectives on the need to change our behavior on privacy and security issues and continue as a group discussion to understand the impact technology is having on our lives.

 

Jo Stewart-RattrayJo Stewart-Rattray

CISA, CISM, CGEIT, Director of Information Security, RSM Bird Cameron

Stewart-Rattray has 20 years of experience in the IT filed; some which were spent as CIO in the utilities space, and 12 in the information security arena. She specializes in consulting in information security issues, with an emphasis on governance in both the commercial and operational areas of businesses. She provides strategic advice to organizations across a number of industry sectors, and was recently appointed to CIGRE’s international working group B5.38 which is assessing information security risks in power system operations within SCADA systems and the implementation of appropriate controls.   

Ramses GallegoRamsés Gallego

CISM, CGEIT, General Manager, Entel IT Consulting

Gallego is General Manager of the Security and Risk Management practice at Entel IT Consulting where he strategizes the vision of the area and oversees the deployment of services. Gallego evangelizes that governance is essential to facilitate innovation in this changing business environment and holds many certifications that combine different knowledge areas and broaden his vision on technology within the marketplace.

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F5:  CEO's Perspective on IT and Business

Discussion will begin by exploring the CEO’s perspective on technology and continue as a group discussion on the impact of these perspectives on the enterprise’s success.


Mark Lobel

CISA, CISM, Principal, Advisory Services, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP

 

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F6:  Business Continuity

What can we learn from events in Japan, the Middle East and North America? Join us for a discussion on business continuity in relation to emerging trends, lessons learned, and strategies to survive beyond the next shock.


Bhavesh BhagatBhavesh Bhagat

CISM, CGEIT, CEO, EnCrisp 

Co-founder of Confident Governance and Chairman of the Board at EnCrisp LLC, Bhagat is founding board member of Cloud Security Alliance Washington DC.  He is a globally recognized visionary on security, risk management and governance subjects and their impact on complex business and social issues. He is also founder of the Global GRC Exchange, which encourages research and idea sharing between practitioners around the world.

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F7:  Technology Trends: 2011

In this session, Deloitte thought leaders will provide an overview of the recent 2011 Emerging Technology Trends report, and provide the opportunity for an interactive “deep dive” session on several key topics: Emerging trends, impact on businesses, and what leading class organizations are doing to address the intersection of business and IT.


Mark WhiteMark White

US Consulting Chief Technology Officer, Deloitte Consulting, LLP  


 

 

Bill BriggsBill Briggs

Director, Deputy Chief Technology Officer, Deloitte Consulting, LLP


 

 

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F8:  Reinventing the CIO and IT Professioanals Role

Continuing the discussion from I9: Leadership Challenges in an Increasingly Complex World this forum will provide an opportunity to gain additional insights on the future role of technology professionals.


David FooteDavid Foote

CEO, Foote Partners 

As co-founder of Foote Partners, an independent IT research and advisory firm, his two decades of pioneering deep research and analysis of IT workforce evolution, compensation practices, and multiple facets of the human side of IT value creation have won him an unquestioned place on a short list of thought leaders. His work defining and benchmarking a new generation of high impact IT/business hybrid workers continues with the leadership of his firm's analytical/advisory services and proprietary decision support survey research  (2,100 employers, 102,000 IT professionals,) that targets the ‘execution’ side of managing IT organizations and capabilities. At Foote Partners he manages a team of former Gartner and META Group industry analysts, McKinsey & Company and Towers Watson senior partners and consultants, and former corporate HR, IT, and business executives.

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Luncheon Sessions

Enjoy lunch and stay for an insightful discussion.

L1:  Elevating Business Through Technology

To create a safer, more trusted Internet for every user, in 2002 Microsoft created the Trustworthy Computing initiative. which continues to evolve and address computing changes such as cloud computing and consumerization of IT. Supplementing their technical efforts in security, privacy and reliability, Microsoft has recently engaged with government and industry in the area of cybersecurity policy and published an Internet Health proposal on the for collectively addressing global cybersecurity issues.                                                                                                   

Join us for this lively luncheon discussion where Tim Rains, Director of Product Management, Trustworthy Computing at Microsoft, discusses how business and government can work together to mitigate cyber threats today, and ensure the long-term health of the Internet as it continues to grow and evolve.
 

Tim Rains

Director Product Management Trustworthy Computing, Microsoft  

 

Ramses GallegoModerator: Ramsés Gallego

CISM, CGEIT, General Manager, Entel IT Consulting

Gallego is General Manager of the Security and Risk Management practice at Entel IT Consulting where he strategizes the vision of the area and oversees the deployment of services. Gallego evangelizes that governance is essential to facilitate innovation in this changing business environment and holds many certifications that combine different knowledge areas and broaden his vision on technology within the marketplace.

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L2:  Cybersecurity Challenges

This session will provide insight into cybersecurity challenges that IT and business professionls face today, and the role that government and industry play in addressing these challenges.
 

Howard A. Schmidt

White House Cybersecurity Coordinator, National Security Council, Executive Office of the President, Invited 

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