Agenda | Register | Location

Date: November 17, 2015 | 8:00 – 10:30am

Event Description

The NIST (National Institute of Standard and Technology), SEC, and FINRA have all recently published the recommendation to enterprise organizations overall, and financial services firms in particular, to take a risk-management perspective to cybersecurity. In this session, Nemertes Research will provide a short methodology for its business-risk portfolio (BRP) approach to following these recommendations. Then an all-star cast of panelists will discuss their success strategies, best practices, and challenges moving to a risk-management model.  Attendees will walk away with actionable next steps and guidelines for translating these best practices into their own environments, including emerging technology, effective processes, and requisite skillsets and organizations.

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Sponsorships are available – Contact info@wsta.org or call (732) 530-8808


8:00-8:30AM Registration and Breakfast

8:30-8:35AM WSTA Introductions

8:35-9:00AM “Industry Perspectives”

9:00-10:30AM Panel Discussion


Agenda, Panelists and Times Subject to Change

Registration Information

Please note: WSTA Panel Discussions are open only to technology professionals employed at financial firms and event sponsors.

WSTA Corporate and Individual members receive complimentary admission to WSTA Seminars and Panel Discussions. To see if your financial firm is currently a WSTA member, click here. For information about joining the WSTA as a Corporate or Individual Member, please visit our membership page.

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