Cyber/Physical Risks to Businesses with Remote/Home Workers in the midst of COVID-19
COVID-19 has fundamentally shifted where and how employees work, and many believe telecommuting will become normal in the long-term. A direct result of this shift is the security protections of working in an office environment do not extend to the home where cyber networks are generally non-existent or weak and susceptible to cyber malfeasance and social engineering threats.
This webinar will discuss the high-risk landscape for businesses and provide real-world solutions for protecting your enterprise from security threats to home and remote workers.
Completion of this webinar is eligible for 1 CPE credit. CPE credits for ASIS-sponsored webinars will be updated in your user profile within 48 hours of completion. Self-reporting of CPE credits is not required.
Deputy Special Agent in Charge
FBI Miami Division
Denise Stemen has been a Special Agent with the FBI for 22 years. She is currently the Deputy Special Agent in Charge of the FBI Miami Division. Her previous Supervisory roles in Miami involved the oversite of Domestic Terrorism and Weapons of Mass Destruction investigations, Financial Institution Frauds, which mainly targeted Mortgage Fraud in Broward and Miami-Dade counties. DSAC Stemen also served in the FBI Detroit Division and FBI Headquarters, Cyber Division. DSAC Stemen has acted as the primary investigator in cases of Government Fraud, Public Corruption, Financial Frauds and Cyber Intrusion matters. DSAC Stemen is a certified Private Pilot and has supported criminal and terrorism investigations providing surveillance from the air. Most recently, DSAC Stemen served as the Assistant Special Agent in Charge within the FBI Miami Division's Criminal Branch handling all Complex Financial Crimes investigations, Money Laundering, International and Domestic Public Corruption matters, and Civil Rights violations. DSAC Stemen was trained and certified in the Digital Extraction of evidence as part of the Computer Analysis Response Team and received her master's degree in Information Assurance from the University of Maryland University College.
Trusted Internet LLC
Jeff Stutzman is the founder of Trusted Internet LLC, a managed security service provider modeled after the Trusted Internet Connections employed by the U.S. Government. Trusted Internet is a Managed Security Services and Managed Detection and Response company. Their cybersecurity experts deliver a robust portfolio of professional services, including managed detection and response (MDR), SOC-as-a-Service, penetration testing, risk assessment, and incident response. Mr. Stutzman is a cyber security expert with more than 30 years of experience. As a Director at the DoD Cyber Crime Center, Mr. Stutzman built the operational arm of a public/private partnership between the Pentagon and its major suppliers. Mr. Stutzman built and operated DoD's collaborative information sharing environment, responsible for research and forensics pertaining to espionage activities in all U.S. Government critical infrastructures. As the CISO of Northrop Grumman Electronics, he oversaw information security for a $7 billion operation, specializing in DoD Electronics and weapons systems, and was promoted to spearhead Northrop Grumman's Cyber Threat and Analysis team, chasing cyber spies from Northrop Grumman networks. For his efforts, he was awarded Northrop Grumman's President's Award for IT Innovation, the Internet Security Program of the year (2008) and was nominated for the Gartner IT Innovation award. As the information security officer for Cisco Systems America, he built Cisco's global cyber risk management practice and facilitated multiple mergers and acquisitions ranging from $50 million to $300 million. As a Navy Intelligence Officer, he spearheaded some of the Navy's longest standing cyber initiatives and analytic efforts. During this time, he performed information operations with a cyber specialty, and through a partnership with Carnegie Mellon university and the Honeynet Project, developed technologies and techniques used in almost every information security toolkit worldwide. Mr. Stutzman has 'boots-on-the-ground' risk management, cyber investigations and M&A experience in multiple high-risk cyber threat regions, including China, Brazil, the Middle East and South America.
G4S Corporate Risk Services
Mr. Dodge joined G4S in 2014 and oversees Corporate Risk Services, where he provides a wealth of knowledge and support to clients across the globe. Prior to G4S, Mr. Dodge gained more than 20 years of expertise in Security, Investigations, and Security Consulting, including a 14-year career as the International Senior Vice-President at Pinkerton, one of the world's largest risk mitigation firms. During his tenure with Pinkerton, Mr. Dodge was responsible for managing all International Offices and Operations in Latin America, Middle East, Africa, Europe and Asia along with the Global Supply Chain Security Consulting Division and Global Intelligence Division. Mr. Dodge's expertise also includes experience as a Corporate Investigator with global responsibility for a large multi-national high-tech corporation. Additionally, Mr. Dodge worked for a private investigations firm where he provided global investigations and security consulting services for corporate clientele in Silicon Valley. He also served as Vice-President for Securitas Group in Northern California. Throughout his career, Mr. Dodge has managed and operated on security and investigative projects in more than 60 countries around the world. He also has specialized expertise in corporate investigations as well as risk, vulnerability and threat assessments. In addition to his distinguished career, Mr. Dodge also served honorably in the U.S. Navy.
*Note: Speakers and content are subject to change without notice.