2018 Fall Summit

Strength
in sharing

Content. Connection. Collaboration.

Chicago | 11 - 14 November

Fall Summit Attendee Registration is Open!

As Partners in the Information Security community we have all been challenged in 2018 with the onslaught of DDoS and phishing campaigns with payloads that have included credential stealing malware, destructive malware and ransomware. In addition, to the evolving threat landscape, we are challenged with supporting our corporate strategies that look to leverage advancing technology and services that expand our perimeter boundaries and place a greater demand for protecting the information that our customers and fellow employees entrust us with. From a governance perspective we are seeing increased government and industry regulations and our corporate boards are demanding greater visibility into our programs. These challenges are expanding the responsibilities placed upon us as security professionals and requiring us to ensure we are following best practices.

Who Should Attend?

  • CEO, CISO, CSO, CIO, CTO and CRO
  • Head of Threat Intelligence
  • EVP, SVP, VP and Director of these areas:
    • Security Operations
    • Fraud
    • Investigations
    • Physical Security
    • Business Continuity
    • Audit and Compliance
    • Payment Risk Management
    • Payment Operations
  • Payment Line of Business Managers including:
    • Online Banking
    • Online Treasury Management

WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND?

 

Interactive sessions

that allow for strategic and solution-oriented discussion

Presentations

by over three dozen senior executive FS-ISAC members

Actionable information

and sharing designed specifically for financial services institutions

Concrete take-aways

including case studies and best practices

Complimentary attendance

for Premier and above members. All meals and events during the conference are included

Hotel

Sheraton Grand Chicago

301 E North Water Street
Chicago, Illinois 60611

More Information

Support Chicago Veterans 

To honor our nation’s Veterans, FS-ISAC is pleased to donate $10 to Team Rubicon for every registration received before September 30th. Find out more about how Team Rubicon and the Veteran community continue to serve when disaster strikes.

Team Rubicon

4 Days
40+ Sessions

11 - 14 November

We all have a common goal and that is to protect our company brand and the data that has been entrusted to us.

Register

Registration details coming soon.

Premier

receive

2

complimentary passes

Gold

receive

5

complimentary passes

Platinum

receive

10

complimentary passes

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2018 Fall Summit Chair

Andy Matthiesen, Information Security Officer, Gen Re

Andy Matthiesen is the Information Security Officer for Gen Re. Gen Re is a reinsurance company and one of nearly 60 wholly owned companies in the Berkshire Hathaway portfolio of which 15 are members of FS-ISAC. Andy is responsible for security functions worldwide including security operations, governance, application security, architecture, security project management, and compliance for Gen Re and its subsidiaries. Prior to joining Gen Re in 2011, Andy was a CTO for the Financial Times and Executive Director of Technology at the American Red Cross where he was responsible for the world’s largest blood management system and the technology portfolio for Disaster Services, Fund Raising, and Red Cross Chapters. In addition, he served as the Red Cross representative to the Department of Homeland Security for pandemic flu response and received the Red Cross CIO award for outstanding service. Before dedicating himself to information technology over 20 years ago, Andy worked as a Senior Research Scientist, published academic papers, and taught Analytical and Polymer Chemistry. He holds a Master’s Degree in Chemistry and an MBA. He lives with his wife and two teenage daughters in Darien, Connecticut where he serves as Treasurer for The Knights of Columbus, serves on the town Board of Health, and, when time allows, sails on Long Island Sound.