This is a conversation between (ISC)2 chapters on how they are creating cyber awareness through initiatives built on the core mandates of (ISC)2 chapters which are Connect, Educate, Inspire & Secure.
12:00 PM – Introduction of the panelists by the moderator
12:03 PM DIscussions
12:35 – 12:38 PM Short break
12:57PM Closing and appreciation
Note CPEs: Attendees must fill out the CPE survey that will be provided during the event to have the Chapter submit CPEs to (ISC)2 or to vouch for your attendance.
Liz Banbury, President – (ISC)2 London Chapter
I’ve spent approximately 18 years working in Technology within the Financial industry and started out in JPMorgan working in the Back Office Settlements systems and progressed to Release/Environment management.
I’m passionate about what I do and particularly interested in people and the impact that behaviour and culture have on security holistically.
Since leaving school I have been fortunate enough to have been able to travel a fair amount and have spent 20 years living in Asia, first in Hong Kong and more recently in Singapore, returning to London June 2017
Samuel Mbonu, President – (ISC)2 Nigeria Chapter
Samuel has vast years of in-depth experience in Cybersecurity, Mainstream IT, IT Auditing, Governance, & Risk across all sectors.
I am passionate about training people on business models and helping organizations in adopting the best approach for the implementation of Cybersecurity controls- To my credit are various world-recognized Cybersecurity, IT architecture and project management related certifications. These includes; CISSP, TOGAF9, CISM, ISO27001LA, CEH, Prince2 Practitioner, ISO27032, ITILv3 etc. I have attended various conferences, seminars, and webinars as guest speakers in UAE, America, and Africa.
I am the pioneer of the Cybersecurity Pro – a platform for young Cybersecurity experts and intending experts with the aim of providing career guidance, leadership, and mentorship.
Mr Utsav Mittal, President – (ISC)2 New Delhi Chapter
Mr Utsav Mittal, is one of India’s Leading Cyber Security experts, Currently, he is the CEO of Xiarch, (A Cert-in/ Miety empanelled Cyber security auditor company). He is also the founder and president of the ISC2 Delhi chapter.
Utsav completed his CISSP Certification at the young age of 21yrs. Utsav is one of the veterans of the Cyber security industry who entered the industry at a very early stage and age. He is formally educated at Purdue Univ, USA, IIT Delhi, etc. He has worked under leading personalities in the Cyber security world viz: Dr. Marc Rogers and Dr. Spafford etc (Dr. Spafford was a member of the Whitehouse Cyber security -Information Technology Advisory Committee). He helped in the development of Filehound, a first responder-free tool to detect kitty porn, widely used by over 300 US Law enforcement Agencies. Utsav is an expert in technical -financial crimes.
Raphael Adeyemo, President – (ISC)2 Toronto Chapter
Convener & Panel Moderator
Raphael Adeyemo is an IT business enabler with extensive experience across multiple industries, including banking, insurance, energy, and technology, specializing in service delivery, cyber resilience and investigations, and risk management.
He is currently an Executive MBA candidate at the MBA Americas of Johnson School of Management, Cornell University and Smith School of Business, Queen’s University.
You can find him at the beach, playing tennis, or enjoying a good meal with family and friends when he’s not busy working or studying.
Ken Fishkin, President – (ISC) 2 New Jersey Chapter
Ken leads a national law firm’s information security and data privacy programs, and mitigates their security and privacy risks to comply with client and regulatory requirements. He has more than 20 years of experience implementing and supporting secure, complex information technology infrastructures.
He is also a member of the Executive and Threat Intelligence Committees of the Legal Services Information Sharing and Analysis Organization (LS-ISAO), and on the Advisory Board for the New Jersey InfraGard chapter.
Ken also volunteers with the Cybersecurity Workforce Alliance (CWA), which mentors high school and college students who are breaking into the cybersecurity field. He periodically presents at conferences to educate audiences about the evolving cybersecurity and privacy landscape.
For fun, he enjoys hiking, kayaking or pretty much anything outdoors with his family and friends.