2019-03-21 11:00 - 2019-03-21 12:00
A shortage of cyber-talent. Growing use of artificial intelligence (AI) by hackers. Fraud and “phishing”—old fashioned, but still highly effective. Heightened expectations—and reputational and legal risks—related to data protection and privacy. These and other cyber challenges are driving a sharper focus—across the business and in the boardroom—on the risks and opportunities posed by the evolving cyber security landscape. Join us as we discuss KPMG’s “Cyber security considerations for 2019” with Fred Rica and Charlie Jacco, KPMG Cyber Security Services Principals.
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Jose R. Rodriguez
Leader, Audit Committee Institute
Jose Rodriguez leads the Audit Committee Institute (ACI), which is part of the KPMG Board Leadership Center. In this role, Jose leads initiatives championing outstanding corporate governance to drive long-term corporate value and enhance investor confidence. Focusing on the audit committee and the director community more broadly, ACI engages with directors to help articulate their challenges and promote continuous improvement, delivering high-quality and actionable thought leadership and building communities to foster shared learning. He is a frequent speaker on audit committee and board governance issues.
Jose also serves as an SEC reviewing partner and a foreign filing review partner. He was previously the chief operation officer, global audit, office managing partner for KPMG’s Global Services Center, and the East regional Professional Practice partner. Jose was admitted to the partnership in 1995. He was a member of KPMG’s U.S. and Americas board of directors from 2006 to 2011 and served as the lead director in 2011.
Principal, Cyber Services Sales Enablement Leader
Fred Rica is a Principal in KPMG’s Advisory Services practice. Mr. Rica is a skilled technology professional with significant experience in helping Fortune 500 companies manage and improve the risk, security, performance, effectiveness and efficiency of their IT security infrastructures. Mr. Rica has significant of experience in IT security, governance and risk management and is a nationally recognized authority on the subject of information security and has performed or managed hundreds of security assessment, design and implementation projects of large and complex processing environments over the last twenty five years.
Mr. Rica has also been a frequent speaker and author on the subject of data security. Mr Rica has spoken at manyprestigious conferences and events such as The Blackhat Briefings and RSA. Mr. Rica also served as Chairman of Web Defense and Co-Chairman of then-President Clinton’s Critical Infrastructure Assurance Office New York Summit. Mr. Rica was recently a panellist for the CIO Magazine Internet Security Forum and gave the opening remarks at the ITAA e-Security and Homeland Defence Conference.
Mr. Rica is a much sought after commentator on the topic of risk management. He has been quoted by numerous publications including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Forbes, and Newsweek. Mr. Rica's articles have appeared in Infosecurity News, Secure Computing Magazine, Information Week and the San Francisco Examiner
Mr. Rica has been a regular contributor to several CNN shows and has been a guest on Fox's “The O’Reilly Factor” and CNBC's “Power Lunch” among others. Mr. Rica was also featured in “Hack Attack”, a Discovery Channel special on computer hacking.
In 2002 Mr. Rica was selected by Crain’s New York Business as one of their “40 Under 40” rising stars of New York business under the age of forty.
Charles A. Jacco
Principal, Cyber Security
Charlie is a principal in the New York office of KPMG LLP’s Advisory Services practice, and is the U.S. Information Protection and Cyber Security Financial Services industry lead. Charlie has focused extensively in multiple disciplines of the information security field including Security Strategy & Governance, Security Transformation, Digital Identity, and Cyber Defense over the last 15 plus years. Charlie’s career experience includes designing and implementing a wide variety of technology-based security solutions, which has resulted in a broad background in technology and infrastructure planning, transformation, and delivery.
Partner, Audit Committee Institute
Accomplished audit professional with over 30 years of experience providing assistance related to internal audit, Sarbanes-Oxley Section 404 compliance, advisory and technical accounting advice, including assistance with the adoption of IFRS to more than 80 commercial clients, Have extensive experience working with international teams serving U.S. registrants and dealing with complex accounting issues related to revenue recognition, purchase accounting and inventory costing.
As an Audit Committee Institute (ACI) Advisor, Philip regularly engages with audit committees and boards, sharing insights and facilitating peer exchange discussions focused on the challenges and priorities driving audit committee and board agendas.