Security and Privacy: Preventing a Data Disaster in Your Data Driven Organization
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  Rise Jacobs   Rise Jacobs
Astoria Bank


Tuesday, April 4, 2017
01:15 PM - 02:45 PM


With the proliferation of data breaches that are reported in the news, and even more that go unreported, it is increasingly important for the Chief Data Officer to focus on the security, privacy and risk of their organization’s most important asset: their data. In this session we will discuss why so many data incidents occur, taking a risk-based approach to data protection, and what you can do to mitigate the risks. Can you keep your organization’s data out of the news?

Risé Jacobs is the Senior Vice President & CTO at Astoria Bank and is responsible for collaborating with business leaders to design and deliver IT services to the Bank.  She has been in Information Technology for over 20 years and has received industry recognition including the Diamond Award from LISTnet for her achievements and leadership in technology, the Best Practices award by the Technology Managers Forum and an Individual Performance Award from the Association for Information Technology Professionals (AITP). Ms. Jacobs is on the membership committee of the Wall Street Technology Association, the outreach committee of the Society for Information Managers (SIM) and the Board of the LI/NYC chapter of the AITP.   A respected speaker at technology industry events, she has presented to organizations including the AITP, 451 Research, the HMG CIO Network and Global Business Intelligence (GBI) CIO Events. Ms. Jacobs has an MBA from Baruch College and holds several certifications, including Certified in Governance of Enterprise IT (CGEIT), Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control (CRISC), Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) and the CISSP. Ms. Jacobs has recently been accepted into the Leadership Foundry and will achieve her Board Leadership Fellowship certification by the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD) upon completion of the program.

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