2018 is shaping up to be a critical year for cybersecurity and privacy in the United States. In this session we will analyze four major forces that are disrupting the cybersecurity and privacy landscape. While these forces are impactful on a standalone basis, the combined impact when these forces converge will be even greater. The European Union’s (EU’s) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that went into effect in May 2018 creating a stir by forcing US companies to comply and adopt privacy leading practices. Is Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica scandal accelerating the arrival of privacy regulations here in the US? Don’t miss this thought provoking and insightful session to better understand these forces and how they should influence your thinking in 2019 and beyond.
$25 registration includes breakfast and one hour of CPE. Click HERE to register.
- Breakfast 7:30a-8:00a
- Presentation 8:00a-9:00a
Dave Hartley joined UHY in 2015 following six years serving as the VP/Chief Information Officer for Arch Coal, the 2nd largest publicly traded coal company in the US, and 20 years of Big 4 consulting and auditing experience. Dave serves as a ‘Virtual CIO’ and ‘Virtual CISO’ for clients helping with technology strategy and projects including strategic roadmap development, third party risk management including SOC reports, cyber risk assessments and cybersecurity programs, and digital transformation including cloud, mobile, etc.
Dave’s experience as a public company CIO combined with a background as a CPA and CISA enables him to bring unique insights into today’s technology, cybersecurity and business challenges. He is a frequent speaker at technology and cybersecurity conferences and seminars.
David was very active in the St. Louis ISACA Chapter back in the 1990s and served as Chapter President for the 1999-2000 program year. David is a repeat speaker having presented a highly rated session in January 2018.