Interos launches Financial Services Summit; Sen. Mark Warner, Richard Haass, Kevin Mandia and more to speak.

September 15, 2020
Harris Allgeier

On Oct. 1 Interos’ Financial Services Summit, presented in partnership with RiskRecon, a Mastercard company,  will bring together leaders from across industry and government to provide a pragmatic look at restoring operations and sustaining resilience – and what we’re calling “resilience plus” – the lessons that financial services organizations can adopt from these turbulent times to shape a more resilient, more secure “new normal.”

Join Sen. Mark Warner, investor Ted Schlein, security legend Phil Venables, FireEye CEO Kevin Mandia, renowned diplomat Richard Haass and others for a 3.5-hour window into the minds of some of the world’s pre-eminent risk leadership.

The full summit itinerary is as follows:

12.00pm – 12.15pm    Keynote | Jennifer Bisceglie, Interos CEO and Founder  

12.20pm – 12.50pm    Industrial policy: Where Technology is Made and Who Makes it Matters 

Fireside Chat: U.S. Senator Mark Warner, Virginia & Ted Schlein, Partner, Kleiner Perkins

Industrial policy has largely been off the radar since the 1980s, but it is now back and coming to a technology near you. Senator Warner will discuss the regulations, sanctions, executive orders, and other industrial policies that are taking shape, with a focus on the impact of the impending tech regulations and their shifting requirements on hardware and software supply chains. 

1.00pm – 1.30pm        Digital Risk: Insights from Cybersecurity Experts About Protecting Enterprise Operations  

Panel: Kevin Mandia, CEO, FireEye & Panel (Meg Anderson, VP-CISO, Principal Financial Group; Jim Routh, CISO, MassMutual; Phil Venables, Board Director, Goldman Sachs) 

Kevin Mandia will moderate a panel of leading cyber and risk executives to discuss what they’ve learned navigating the ever-growing threat landscape and compliance and regulatory requirements. With decades of experience in digital risk, they will provide lessons learned on how to integrate into C-suite and Board conversations and priorities to help improve enterprise resilience against epic business disruptions.  

 1.40pm – 2.10pm        Cyber Risk: Assessing Cyber Resilience in a Post-COVID World 

Fireside Chat: Manny Rios, VP Vendor Cybersecurity Assessments, Fidelity & Kelly White, CEO, RiskRecon

Cyber risk in digital supply chains is widely acknowledged as a major source of disruption to enterprise resilience yet much of it remains hidden deep in enterprise digital supply chains.  Kelly White and Manny Rios will discuss their experience working with assessment and operations managers in enterprises and their suppliers to mitigate those risks   

  2.20pm – 2.50pm        Top 5 Risks to Resilience 

Fireside Chat: Valerie Abend, Managing Director, Accenture & Jason Harrell, Executive Director, DTCC 

How can the financial service industry build greater resiliency in a time of such uncertainty and unprecedented disruption? What are the greatest risks to resilience? This track will detail the core considerations that should drive supply chain risk management strategy. 

3.00pm – 3.30pm        The Future of Globalization and The Digital Revolution 

Fireside Chat: Richard Haass, President, Council on Foreign Relations & Nick Beim, Partner, Venrock 

Building upon his decades as a global diplomat and leading voice in American foreign policy, Richard Haass will provide a glimpse into the future, highlighting core technological shifts, the impact they will have, and what most discussions of the future seem to miss. 

Click here to register for the summit. To learn more about how you can achieve continuous, multi-factor, multi-tier risk awareness, check out the rest of our site.

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