Protecting Your Organization’s Most Valuable Asset: Data

(P.S. Without Building Another Firewall)

The need to protect the data assets of financial institutions has become more apparent during the pandemic with more zero-day threats, advanced malware and ransomware. Attackers continue to find ways to evade detection and enter even sophisticated firewalls. Mr. Bueno explores a new concept in protecting data without firewalls and demonstrates how this solution has been utilized in financial services firms and other organizations that depend heavily on protecting data.

An attendee will learn:
Why firewalls fail in distributed work environments.
How zero-day threats, advanced malware and ransomware easily evade anti-virus solutions.
Why the problem will not go away even when we get back to “normal”.
Why existing cybersecurity paradigms fail.
What the new “normal” landscape will look like.
New techniques and capabilities that will enhance security now.
What are we trying to protect? (Data!)
How data security can be implemented from the inside out.
From several real-world cases.
Summary, Q & A Session
Industry Focus:
Financial Services
Any Organization where protecting data is imperative.

Who should take this course?

Chief Risk Officers
Information Security Executives
Data Protection Officers
Data Privacy Officers
Governance Executives
Financial Crime Units


Rick Bueno
President and CEO of Cyber Reliant, Data Protection Visionary
Rick Bueno
Rick, President and CEO of Cyber Reliant, is an experienced visionary with a history of developing and executing strategic initiatives. He has broad experience developing cybersecurity technologies in the commercial, defense, intelligence, and special operations community. Prior to founding Cyber Reliant in 2010, Rick served as the Director of Operations for Paradigm Solutions where he was responsible for the strategic vision and execution of growth for the company. Before joining Paradigm Solutions, Rick spent 5 years at IBM Global Business Services where he was responsible for establishing strategic alliances, influential in merger & acquisitions activities, and led the systems engineering activities. As President and CEO Rick is responsible for corporate direction and strategy. Rick holds a BA from Syracuse University.


Jeremiah Buckley
Founder of Buckley LLP, Washington, D.C., A leading national financial services law firm.
Jerry Buckley is a founder of Buckley LLP, a leading national financial services law firm, and is recognized as a thought leader in the field of financial services regulation.
Early in his career, Mr. Buckley served as Minority Staff Director of the United States Senate Banking Committee, and he played an important role in drafting many of the laws that impact the consumer financial services industry today. Since entering private practice, he has guided clients in developing compliance programs, dealing with regulatory and enforcement challenges, and helping shape public policy.
Throughout his career, he has focused on promoting enhanced delivery of financial services. He was a leader in advocating the passage of the federal ESign Act, which authorized use of electronic records in financial services and other transactions.
He served as counsel to the Drafting Committee for Standards and Procedures for Electronic Records and Signatures (SPeRS) and also helped to found the Electronic Signatures and Records Association (ESRA).
He has also taken a lead in promoting national data protection standards. His American Banker article, “Congress needs to hurry up on data protection” lays out the case for national standards as an alternative to a patchwork of state privacy laws. He serves as advisor to the Financial Services Trade Associations Data Protection Working Group, an informal alliance of national financial trade associations responding to fast changing legislative and regulatory developments related to privacy and data security. He is also an advisor to the Association for Data and Cyber Governance (ADCG) and the Alliance for Innovation in Regulation (AIR).
Mr. Buckley received his J.D. from the University of Virginia Law School, and his A.B. from Fairfield University.
What makes this course unique?
This webinar explores a new way of thinking about data protection. It is not about building another firewall. CROs CCOs and the like will find it fascinating and can participate without a deep technology background.
1 Hour (15 minutes for Q & A)
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