The Executives' Club Of Chicago

The Internet is Broken and Trust is Eroding; What Should You Be Doing to Protect Your Organization and Rebuild Trust?

Date: Tuesday, April 9, 2019
Registration and Networking: 7:30 a.m.
Panel Discussion: 8:00 a.m.- 9:00 a.m.
Location: Chicago Architecture Center, 111 E Wacker Dr., Chicago, IL 60601
Forum: Business Technology

Paige Adams

Paige Adams
Global CISO
Zurich Insurance Group

Tracy Kerrins

Tracy Kerrins
Chief Operations and Technology Officer
Antares Capital

Brian Minick

Brian Minick
Chief Information Security Officer
Fifth Third Bank


Michael Krauss

Michael Krauss
President & Co-founder
Market Strategy Group

When the online pioneers invented the Internet, they couldn’t begin to imagine the range of applications it is used for today, and the opportunities it underpins in the digital revolution.  It has become the foundation of our global economy.  Businesses have never been more dependent on digital and the Internet for growth. But the drive for digital innovation is introducing new risks and trust is eroding.  The chains of trust are weakening from a besieged Internet, an IoT that’s growing faster than it can be secured and new vulnerabilities that come with the very technologies that also advance the digital economy.  Organizations face a critical tipping point:  How can they stop the trust erosion that is threatening the progress of the digital revolution?  Building trust is the ultimate currency to energize innovation, the future prosperity of the digital economy, and the benefits it extends to society at large. 

Join us on April 9 to hear from seasoned cybersecurity experts and learn what your organization should be doing to address cybersecurity challenges and rebuild trust.


Member: Complimentary
Nonmember: $50

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