Bloomberg to Explore Cyber Threats in the Finance Industry

  Bloomberg to Explore Cyber Threats in the Finance Industry

  Line-Up Features SEC CIO Thomas Bayer, BNY Mellon Head of Technology Risk
        Management Joe Bernick, and Former NSA Director Mike McConnell

Business Wire

NEW YORK -- November 19, 2012

As tension builds over the balance between securing data and liberating it for
commercial use, Bloomberg will gather chief technology and security officers
on November 29, 2012 for the Bloomberg Enterprise Risk Conference: Responding
to Cyber Threats in the Financial Services Industry.

The Summit, which will take place at Bloomberg's Headquarters in NYC, will
focus specifically on utilizing intelligence driven security and balancing
access and privacy within financial services. Sessions will explore strategies
for securing confidential data and IT systems, as well as policy questions
around data access and protecting information systems from attack.

Speakers will also discuss managing enterprise in the era of big data and look
at how companies can keep up with the volume of data, which is only expected
to grow. Additional topics will explore cybersecurity laws and legislation as
well as mobile device security.

Key speakers include:

  *Thomas A. Bayer, Chief Information Officer, U.S. Securities and Exchange
    Commission (SEC)
  *Ken Baylor, Vice President, Security and Antifraud, Wells Fargo
  *Joe Bernik, Managing Director, Head Technology Risk Management, BNY Mellon
  *Carl Herberger, Vice President, Security Solutions, Americas, Radware
  *John M. (Mike) McConnell, Vice Chairman, Booz | Allen | Hamilton, Former
    Director of National Intelligence (DNI)

Booz|Allen|Hamilton is the Knowledge Partner for the Summit.

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