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The World Cafe - Enterprise Security
November 15, 2012
Hyatt Regency Greenwich

About this Conference: 
Based on popular demand the FWSIM board invites you to take part in a highly interactive session - "The World Cafe". This meeting will focus on cyber security and what life is as a corporate Security Officer and FBI Special Agent.

This session will be led by Executive Board Members.  We have Jane Domboski, Special Agent from the FBI, Tom Dunbar, Chief Information Risk Officer from XL Group and Matt Lagana, Director and Chief Information Security Officer from MBIA who will discuss a variety of security topics from BYOD, Cloud to data protection and IP. You will be an active participant in engaging roundtable sessions where you and your peers will share experiences and stories.

About the process during your evening at "The World Cafe", two rooms will be set (one for each topic). Your table facilitator will lead the (30 minute) discussion and scribe the findings to be read out at the end of the evening. After the first discussion facilitators will switch rooms for the second discussion. At the end of the two sessions, we will have a recap and a night cap.

Don't miss this highly engaging session as we look to raise the level of our leadership skills, and to shape the direction of our Chapter.    

About Our Speakers:                              

Jane Domboski
Special Agent, FBI

Jane Domboski is a Special Agent in the FBI's New Haven field office, where she has also served as the Chief Division Counsel, the FBI's attorney in Connecticut.  She is currently assigned to the cyber crime squad, where she works on computer intrusion investigations.  Prior to being transferred to New Haven, Special Agent Domboski worked out of the FBI's Washington D.C. field office.  

Special Agent Domboski has investigated a variety of cases which have taken her to Kenya, Israel, Kazakhstan, Italy, Egypt and Pakistan.  She has been certified and testified as a computer forensic examiner and holds various computer industry certifications.
Special Agent Domboski received her J.D. from the George Washington Law School.
                                                               
Matthew Lagana
Chief Information Security Officer
MBIA, Inc.


Matt Lagana is Director and Chief Information Security Officer for MBIA, Inc. His responsibilities include protecting MBIA's network and computing infrastructure, including mobile computing, security policy, planning and architecture.
Matt's 20-year career began with Avon Products, where he held security positions of increasing responsibility, which led to managing the company's Global Information Protection practice. In 2000, he joined MBIA as the firm's first Chief Information Security Officer. A subject matter expert in Information Security, Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery, Corporate Governance, Operational Risk, Audit/Compliance, and Technology Infrastructure and Operations, Matt has wide-ranging experience in building strong internal control frameworks and aligning them with organizational needs and requirements. He has also worked in the area of Cyber and Mobile Security, and was a nearly champion and adopter of next generation network security platforms and Mobile Device Management.Matt has held the designation of CISSP (Certified Information Systems Security Professional) since 2002, and is currently an active member of both the Information Security Consortium and Computer Security Institute. Matt is currently pursuing an MBA from NYU with a concentration in the area of Strategy and Leadership and holds an undergraduate degree in Management of Information Systems from Iona College.           
 
Thomas Dunbar
SVP, Chief Information Risk Officer
XL Global Services, a member of the XL Group plc.

As Chief Information Risk Officer, Tom Dunbar holds global responsibility for XL Group's overall Information Risk Management program.  This includes the company's information risk and security strategies, tactics, planning, governance, architecture, and operations.  Mr. Dunbar is responsible for the company's information security policies and standards; and their associated awareness and education.  He oversees the company's IT forensics and eDiscovery efforts.  Additionally, he leads XL's IT compliance program which includes responsibility for Sarbanes Oxley and other regulatory requirements.  Mr. Dunbar is a member of the IT Leadership team, the Operations Risk Committee, and the Data Privacy Committee.  He joined XL in 2002 as their first Global CISO.

Mr. Dunbar has over 15 years experience in Information Security.  He holds both the CISSP and CISM certifications.  Prior to joining XL, he was Director of Information Security Programs at Citigroup where he was responsible for the management of information security officers through the Citigroup global network and the direction of Information Security programs including policy, standards, training, awareness, metrics, and financials.

Mr. Dunbar holds a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics from the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts.  Mr. Dunbar is co-inventor of record on two patented Information Security effectiveness/measurement tools: Citigroup Information Security Evaluation Model (Citi-ISEM) and the Information Security Metrics Program.
Mr. Dunbar is the recipient of the 2006 SC Magazine Award CSO of the Year.

The 2012 Greenwich CIO Executive Leadership Summit
The Epic Revolution: Leading, Innovating & Transforming in a Connected World
October 16, 2012
The Hyatt Regency Greenwich

About this Conference: 

Join the most epic technological revolution in modern time! Attend the conference to:

 -Gain insight into critical competencies IT leaders must master to succeed today and in the future
 -Hear world-class presentations from industry luminaries sharing actionable advice and best practices
 -Engage in unparalleled networking opportunities to build your professional network and extend your personal brand

About our conference partner: HMG Strategy, LLC - Delivering Business Value Through IT Leadership

HMG Strategy, LLC is the fastest growing provider of innovative IT leadership, management and technology support to CIO/Senior IT executives by focusing on the 360-degree needs of the CIO/IT Leader. Our conferences and services raise thought leadership, knowledge sharing and networking to the highest level. HMG Strategy provides access to an international network of more than 50,000 global CIO/Senior IT executives, industry experts and world-class thought leaders.

Our CIO Executive Leadership Series offers a unique conference experience to build relationships with peers and gain the latest insights and best practices for driving increased business value through the use of information technology. Additionally, our partnership with the world's leading search firms provides you with invaluable insights into the changing role of the CIO.

For more information about the CIO Leadership Series and HMG Strategy please go to www.hmgstrategy.com.

About Our Speakers:

Invite your Direct Reports and Peers to this Exclusive Summit! This conference will deliver key advice, actionable strategies, and an unparalleled agenda with world-class speakers!

WORLD-CLASS SPEAKERS INCLUDE:

Sean Anderson
Director, Interactive Services
Six Flags Entertainment Corporation
Linda Ban
Global CIO Study Program Director
IBM
Shawn Banerji
Managing Director
Russell Reynolds Associates

Larry Bonfante

CIO
USTA
Susan Certoma
President, Brokerage Processing Services
Broadridge Financial Solutions
David Colville
CIO
Nestle Waters North America

Greg Fell

CIO
Terex Corporation
Ursuline Foley
CIO
XLReinsurance
Jean Hill
CTO
First New York Securities

Norman Jacknis

Director
Cisco IBSG Public Sector
Beverly Lieberman
President
Halbrecht Lieberman Associates
Adam Noble
SVP & CIO
GAF Materials Corporation

Mark Polansky
Managing Director, IT Officers Practice
Korn/Ferry International
John Repko
SVP & CIO
Tyco Fire and Security
Sigal Zarmi
CIO
GE Capital Americas
Carol Zierhoffer
Global CIO
Xerox Corporation
Ken Zimmerman
Founder, President and Senior Business Intelligence Architect
Chateaux Software



September Program: "IBM Global Technology Outlook 2012: The Future of Computing" 
September 20, 2012
IBM Hawthorne Labs

About the Event:

We are pleased to announce the September 20th FWSIM program will showcase IBM's Industry Solutions Lab. At this session, Dr. Mahmoud Naghshineh, Vice President, Services Research and Services Innovation Lab for IBM Research, will present on IBM's Global Technology Outlook, offering a survey of future computing and technology trends, including Smarter Cities, Analytics, Security and other topics.  He will be joined by Ms. Jeanette Horan, Vice President and Chief Information Officer of IBM and Ms. Frances West, Director of the Worldwide Human Ability and Accessibility Center in Research.  Ms. Horan and Ms. West will speak on the use of Social Media in IBM and People-Centric Innovation. 

Session participants will be able to tour the IBM Research Industry Solutions Lab, showcasing demonstrations of IBM's latest technology prototypes and innovations, from Watson to high temperature superconductivity.

About Our Speakers:

Dr. Mahmoud Naghshineh is Vice President, Services Research and Services Innovation Lab, where he is responsible for IBM's worldwide research efforts in services science, and services innovation in support of IBM's Technology and Business Services.  From 2010 to 2011 he was VP of Technology for IBM Global Technology Services business.  From 2005 to 2010, he was the director of services systems at IBM Thomas J Watson Research Center with world wide responsibility for next generation IT services Systems, technologies, processes and tools. From 2003 to 2005, Mahmoud was a partner at IBM Business Consulting Services, responsible for industry alliances. Prior to that, he was the director of emerging markets at IBM Systems and Technology Group. From 1990 to 2002, he worked at IBM Research and led areas of software and services related to Web-based infrastructure, mobile and wireless, secure computing platforms, telecommunications services, and service quality. He joined IBM Systems Group in 1988.

In 2002, Mahmoud was elected as a Fellow of the IEEE. He has led industry groups,National Science Foundation, and government research conferences and workshops.  He has served as the editor-in-chief of IEEE Wireless Communications Magazine, program co-chair of Mobi Com 2001, and chairperson for many IEEE/ACM conferences. He was an adjunct professor at the department of electrical engineering, Columbia University from 1997 to 2001.  He has published over 100 technical papers and holds a number of IBM outstanding recognition awards and patents.  He received his doctoral degree from Columbia University, New York.

In May 2011, Ms. Jeanette Horan was appointed Chief Information Officer of IBM.  Ms. Horan's organization supports operational excellence and drives IBM's transformation agenda - focusing on business transformation, workforce transformation, and IT transformation. Her organization is responsible for equipping IBMers with the technology and tools they need to better support clients and achieve IBM's objectives. Ms. Horan leads the development and implementation of a technology strategy aligned with the business that meets both the growth and productivity commitments of IBM's 2015 roadmap.  

Previously Ms. Horan was the Vice President of Enterprise Business Transformation. In this role, Ms. Horan led IBM's transformation program for key back office processes to accelerate IBM's leadership as a globally integrated enterprise. In partnership with IBM's Global Business Services and SAP, she led a multi-disciplinary, global team deploying simplified business processes worldwide.

Ms. Horan joined IBM in 1998, and has held leadership positions within the Lotus brand, Information Management and IBM Software Group Strategy.  Prior to joining the CIO office in 2006, Ms. Horan was responsible for worldwide product development for the Information Management business in Software Group, and was the General Manager of IBM's Silicon Valley Laboratory.

Prior to joining Lotus, Ms. Horan spent four years with Digital Equipment Corporation where she was Vice President of development for the Alta Vista business, bringing the Web search engine and suite of intranet products to market. She has more than 25 years' experience in development and management roles in the computer industry.

As part of her business and personal involvement in the advancement of technology and service to the community, Ms. Horan serves on the board of Microvision Inc., an innovative display and imaging solutions company.  She also serves as a director on the board of Jane Do No More, Inc., an organization committed to improving the way society responds to victims of sexual assault.A native of the United Kingdom, Ms. Horan earned a bachelor's degree in Mathematics from the University of London and an MBA from Boston University.

Ms. Frances West, Director of the Worldwide Human Ability and Accessibility Center in Research will speak on the use of Social Media in IBM and People-Centric Innovation.

11th Annual Members Only Summer Clambake
August 1, 2012

About the Event:

Fairfield/Westchcester SIM presents our SIM members only Summer Clambake! This is a members' favorite and one of the most enjoyable events of the year.

The cost per member is $60.00, but as a thank you added value for your SIM membership, members may bring one guest, courtesy of the chapter. Additional guests are $60.00 each. Please don't delay in making your reservation at CLAMBAKE REGISTRATION.

The menu includes lobster or chicken, clams, mussels, corn and sodas. Please include your meal preference and your guests when registering. Dress is casual. Bring your own alcoholic beverages and don't forget the beverage opener!



June Program: "The World Cafe" Roundtable Discussion
June 21, 2012
Greenwich Hyatt

ABOUT THE EVENT

The FW SIM board invites you to take part in a highly interactive session - A night in Paris at "The World Cafe" .  This meeting will discuss a variety of current and emerging technologies that are (or should) significantly impact your IT organization in 2012 and beyond.

This session will be led by Beverly Lieberman, and experts in the various technologies. You will be an active participant in engaging roundtable sessions where you and your peers will discuss subjects such as Cloud/SaaS, Mobility, Business Analytics / Big Data and Social Media.

Summary of Roundtable Discussions

Facilitators are:

Cloud/SaaS: Lee Shull and Christopher Bernard

Mobility: Norm Jacknis and Mike Pellegrino

Business Analytics/managing big data: Sigal Zarmi and Ken Zimmerman

Social Media: Paul Gubitosa and Julia Anderson

About the Process During your evening at "The World Cafe", tables will be set with a facilitator and specific topic for discussion. You will have an opportunity to self-select the "table topic" you want to discuss.

Your table facilitator will lead the (25 minute) discussion and scribe the findings to be read out at the end of the evening. You choose three topics. There will be a 10 minute break after each discussion for you to rotate to your next table/topic.

Don't miss this highly engaging session as we look to raise the level of our leadership skills, and to shape the direction of our Chapter.

Click here to download the discussion summary.



May Program: The 2012 Gartner Scenario: The Call For a New CIO Manifesto

May 17, 2012
Stamford Sheraton

ABOUT THE EVENT

Executives around the world have identified increasing economic and business growth as their highest priority. Since this will demand more from IT organizations than just cutting costs, it is time for CIOs to embrace a new CIO manifesto that will declare how generating revenue must become a new and central component of their IT organization's mission for the rest of this decade and beyond.

Key Issues:
-When will CIOs become money-making CIOs?
-Which elements of the new CIO manifesto will be most difficult to execute?
-Which long followed IT practices must CIOs abandon?

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Ken McGee is a vice president and research analyst at Gartner in Stamford, Connecticut. Now in his 21st year at Gartner, Mr. McGee currently serves as a member of Gartner's Executive Leadership and Innovation group.

Mr. McGee focuses on:
(a) Working directly with boards of directors, CEOs, CFOs, and other senior executives to determine what these leaders demand and expect from information technology;

(b) Analyzing how IT is leading, or being led by, emerging technology, business and societal trends that will bring about fundamental shifts and new opportunities in our business and personal lives, and;

(c) Determining how individuals and organizations can effectively use real-time information to achieve a competitive advantage. He is the author of a book dealing with real-time information titled "Heads Up: How to Anticipate Business Surprises and Seize Opportunities First," published by Harvard Business School Press.

Mr. McGee is one of only 14 Research Fellows at Gartner. Among the responsibilities he performs in this role, he is the managing editor, primary author and project manager responsible for creating "The Gartner Scenario," Gartner's annual report on the current state and future directions of the IT industry.


 April Program: Promoting Your Impact As A Business Leader 
April 19, 2012
Greenwich Hyatt

ABOUT THE EVENT
 

In our work with global senior leaders at Stone Lake Leadership Group LLC, we see two trends relevant 
to the Society for Information Management:  

1. Highly technical leaders (technology, engineering, finance) who excel in their domain are often seen 
as not meeting organizational standards for strategic business leadership, and

2. Leaders underutilize their networks and miss opportunities to present a compelling vision or 
point-of-view.  

Increasingly, strategic thinking and networking are critical components for a leader's career and impact.
So we ask you to join Terri Nimmons, founder of Stone Lake Leadership Group and leadership consultant 
to Fortune 500 companies for a mid-year tune-up in the critical leadership competency of "Promoting 
Your Impact as a Business Leader.”    

This one-hour session will explore the importance of, and techniques for, proactively and consistently 
sharing your impact as a way to build relationships, demonstrate strategic thinking, and exercise influence.
We will cover the latest thinking on what it takes to move beyond being a technology resource to being 
recognized as a business leader.  We will also introduce the following valuable tools for networking and promotion: ·        

  • Strategic Networking – analyze your network and the strategic reach it provides·         
  • Communicating Your Vision with Clarity and Power – a three-step process for crafting and sharing a 
    compelling and concise vision

To prep for our session, consider reading "6 Habits of True Strategic Thinkers” from Inc.com (March 2012).

About the Speaker


As a successful corporate leader, Terri Nimmons held senior positions as an operations leader in telecommunications, technology outsourcing and consulting. She brings her clients and colleagues a track record – and a passion – for sustainable results delivered through exceptional leadership.

Ms. Nimmons is now the President and co-founder of Stone Lake Leadership Group LLC and is an expert in the area of Personal Brand Management and leadership development. Since 2005, she has facilitated programs for thousands of leaders in global financial services, IT, energy, food service, telecommunications entertainment and engineering. She brings rigorous "real world" leadership offerings to committed leaders within Fortune 500 organizations, start-ups and to large federal agencies.  

Through her work this year, Ms. Nimmons has read and analyzed more than 1,000 Leadership Brand surveys. She has facilitated leadership workshops, keynotes and webinars. She is enjoying her engagements with executive coaching clients, high-potential groups. 

In 2012, Ms. Nimmons is focused on working with her clients to navigate 4 key leadership & business trends:

1. Leveraging "cyberleadership" and "technopresence" through technology 
2. Accelerating the business impact of early-career professionals while retooling Brand management strategies for mid-to-late career leaders
3. Sustaining a strong Leadership Brand during disruptive times in business
4. Aligning leadership development with US and global demographics trends through 2020

Ms. Nimmons is authoring a book, "GenFusion: Fueling American Ingenuity through Demographics, Neuroscience and Technology.”

 

March Program: Disruptive Technologies Just Over The Horizon 
March 15, 2012
Doral Arrowwood Conference Center

ABOUT THE EVENT

The world of personal computers, display screens, keyboards and the mouse have dominated both personal and business computing for the past few decades. Emerging technologies, previously considered plausible only in the context of science fiction, are rapidly becoming a reality. The dominance of video as a core medium for communication, speech recognition replacing the keyboard and mouse, automated analytics and many other capabilities are disrupting the paradigm of personal computing that has become so familiar. This disruption challenges CIO's to change the way they think about what they do. In this session, Dr. Norman Jacknis, of Cisco's strategic advisory think tank, will discuss the new paradigm of ubiquitous computing and communications between people and machines all over the globe. He will show many examples of the benefits and impacts of these disruptive emerging technologies. He will also present the bigger picture: the implications of these disruptive technologies for companies, the economy and society -- and, of course, the implications for what CIOs will have to do in the future.

Click here for the presentation. 

ABOUT THE  SPEAKER

Dr. Norman Jacknis, Director, Cisco's IBSG Public Sector Group (the company's open innovation and pro-bono strategic advisory group), is a globally recognized expert in government innovation and transformation. At Cisco, since 2008, he has worked extensively and in-depth with the National Association of Counties and the US Conference of Mayors. For the Mayors, he is developing a strategy for the economic viability of American cities in 2030. In addition to his work on economic development, he has also worked at both the Federal and local government level on the creation of collaborative environments for citizens to deliver public services. Dr. Jacknis has extensive executive and leadership experience in local and state government. Before joining Cisco in Feb. 2008, Jacknis served more than ten years as CIO and commissioner of Westchester County, NY government, where he was responsible for all of the government's technology, analytics, Internet and broadband activities, as well as technology-based economic development. In addition to the County government, he provided these services to municipalities and other non-profit community organizations.  Norm is currently the FWSIM chapters' Chairman Emeritus and over the years has held several leadership positions within our chapter including President.

February Program: Managing Innovation and Innovators
February 16, 2012
Greenwich Hyatt


About the Event
IBM Chairman's Sam Palmisano has defined innovation as "The intersection of Invention and Insight". In a company of over 400,000 employees in 170 countries, how does one find this intersection, and how does one leverage it to help transform the enterprise.

In this session, Dr Francoise LeGoues will discuss the tools, programs and processes used by the IBM CIO's organization to enable collaborative innovation throughout IBM, and to identify, pilot, nurture and eventually bring to maturity those innovative solutions that are transforming the way IBMers do their job. She will also review a few examples of new technologies and solutions that have been introduced through this process to the IBM population and to IBM's clients.

About the Speaker
Francoise LeGoues is the Vice President for Innovation Initiatives in IBM's CIO's organization. She and her team are responsible for identifying, testing and transferring emerging technologies that have the potential for transforming IBM and the way IBMers work, communicate, and innovate. She joined the IBM Research Division after getting a Ph.D. in Material Sciences from Carnegie-Mellon University. As a Research Staff Member, and then as the manager of the "Materials Characterization" group, she authored over 150 scientific publications and obtained 4 patents.

She then held a number of positions at IBM, all of which had the common thread of bringing innovation to clients and to IBMers. As the manager of the Industry Solutions Lab, she managed three solutions labs worldwide, where customers can see, touch and play with the new technologies that IBM scientists are inventing, and where they can discuss and mold the use of these technologies in their own businesses. She also ran the First-of-a-Kind program, which seeds the deployment of emerging technologies to createinnovation in the marketplace, through joint Research/customer engagements.

As the Director of Innovation, in the Applications Management Services business unit, she built a team of senior IT architects to help grow the AMS business through technical leadership. In her most recent role as VP and CTO for the Distribution Sector, in IBM's Sales and Distribution organization, she used innovation throughout IBM to help define and build new industry solutions and to help clients define their own technology strategy. She is an IBM Distinguished Engineer, and a member of the IBM Academy.

 

 January Program: CIOs Working and Living Abroad – the Challenges, the Cultural Differences and the Lessons Learned
January 19, 2012
Doral Arrowwood

ABOUT THE PROGRAM 

We have all heard from leading executive recruiters that living and working abroad are important credentials for gaining competitive advantage in your career. Many CIOs today have had substantial international experience.

We have assembled a distinguished panel of CIOs who have had challenging and in some cases, unusual international assignments. The panelists are: Bob Berry, IT Director with TDIC in Abu Dhabi, Ursuline Foley, SVP/CIO with XL Reinsurance, Ken Murdoch, CIO of Save the Children and Scott Morrison, VP IS Prescription Medicines with Boehringer Ingelheim. Beverly Lieberman, President of Halbrecht Lieberman Associates, an internationally recognized retained executive search firm and SIM Board member will be our moderator.

Come and gain insight into:

1.What they had to learn to get up to speed

2.Unanticipated surprises

3.Cultural issues/barriers to getting results

4.What strategies can be used to manage remote based staff

5.Dealing with vendors

6.Recruiting and motivating staff

7.Work/life balance considerations

8.The benefits and drawbacks

Please come prepared to learn from these experienced IT executives so you can be ready when the recruiter calls.

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