Cost: $25 for members; $30 for non-members
Note: Members will have the option to register up to 3 guests at the member price.
CPE: 1 credit hour
Registration/lunch starts at 11:30am
Presentation is from 12:00 - 1:00pm
Cybercrime, espionage, and data leaks – are you doing enough to protect your company from cyber-threats? Join information security expert Jesse Masloski as he discusses the recently developed (by NIST) Cybersecurity Framework and the impacts for information security and IT audit professionals.
Discussion will include a background and definition of cybersecurity followed by an overview of the recently developed Cybersecurity Framework, and ideas on how you can leverage it. Discussion will conclude with emerging trends and considerations for addressing cybersecurity issues.
Jesse Masloski leads the IT Consulting practice in Protiviti’s Minneapolis office. He has extensive experience delivering information security solutions that balance technology with business value across most local industries, most of which has been in a professional services advisory role. His information security experience includes the delivery of large projects to increase the maturity of information security, to address various compliance initiatives, and to prepare for internal audit and risk management requirements.
Prior to joining Protiviti, Jesse spent over three years rebuilding an IT risk management department while partnering with the information security team at a large financial services business based in Denver, CO. Prior to that, Jesse managed a team of consultants in the Advisory Services practice of PricewaterhouseCoopers in Minneapolis for nearly eight years, providing extensive project delivery in the network penetration, system security assessment, and information security strategy space.
Major Projects Jesse has worked on:
Rebuilt an IT Internal Audit department to meet the needs of an evolving business model. Role included development of a new risk assessment approach to bring relevancy and value to the IT audit function in rebuilding the IT audit plan and redeployment of resources to meet the new requirements of the business and Board.
Executed numerous information security risk assessments, penetration tests, and cybercrime risk assessments for Fortune 500 companies in Manufacturing, Retail, Banking and Financial Services, Medical Device, Industrial Chemicals and Mining, and Telecom industries. Lead initiatives to build or redesign information security organizations around ISO 27000 and NIST 800 guidance.