ABOUT THE EVENT
"The World Cafe" Roundtable Discussion
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.
in engaging roundtable sessions where you and your peers will share experiences and stories. 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
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.