New York DA Cyrus Vance Jr. to Speak On Cybersecurity at 2015 CTC Executive Institute
11th annual event for treasury and finance executives to focus on cybercrime and risk with insights from regulators and top expertsBethesda, Md. -- An impressive lineup of thought leaders, lawmakers and treasury and finance executives—led by Cyrus Vance, Jr., District Attorney for New York County—are slated to speak at the 11th Annual CTC Executive Institute, underwritten by The PNC Financial Services Group, October 19-20, in Denver.
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Vance Jr., the Manhattan District Attorney, will discuss new strategies and tools to combat cybercrime—and how treasurers and financial officers can help identify, report, and fight cybercrime.
Other topics and speakers include:
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Payments Risk (Daniel Pavlick, CIO of Corporate & Institutional Banking at PNC; Efrain Rivera, CFO of Paychex)
Washington’s Cyberrisk Perspective (Andy Ozment, Assistant Secretary, Cybersecurity and Communications, Department of Homeland Security Cyber Policy in the United States)
Cyberrisk Management and the Role for Cyber Insurance (Tom Reagan, National Cyber Practice Leader, Marsh, Raj Bector, Managing Director, Risk Management, Oliver Wyman)
Managing Millennials (Courtney Lowe, VP Treasury, Fiserv, Vicki Henn, Chief Human Resource Officer, The PNC Financial Services Group, and Christine Hollinden, career expert)
Moving From Data Overload to Informed Decisions (Davinder Athwal, Chief Risk and Accounting Officer, UGI, Melody Gunter, PhD, Lecturer at Florida State University, Amol Dhargalkar, Managing Director, Chatham Financial)
“This Executive Institute is all about risk and the challenges that come from living in such a globally-connected world,” said Jim Kaitz, president and CEO of AFP. “I think attendees will leave with a heightened awareness of risk and how it affects their organization in a myriad of ways.”
“PNC works with financial executives from companies of all sizes and understands these challenges confronting them today. The CTC Executive Institute offers a forum for industry thought-leaders to contemplate mitigation strategies and creative solutions," said Jim Graham, executive vice president and head of treasury management at PNC.
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