2022-06-22 08:30 - 2022-06-22 11:30



Profile - Jerry Perullo Jerry Perullo
Profile - Cyrus Vance Cyrus Vance
Profile - Robyn Bew Robyn Bew Center for Board Matters EY As the West Region leader of EY’s Center for Board Matters, Robyn Bew draws on more than 14 years of experience helping corporate directors and management teams to navigate current and emerging business challenges. Bew joined EY from the National Association of Corporate Directors, where she led the organization’s F500 Advisory Councils and Blue Ribbon Commission initiatives and was a faculty member for NACD’s director-education programs. Prior to NACD, Bew held senior roles at numerous global professional services firms. Bew has been a featured speaker and writer on governance topics: appearances include Agenda Week, Bloomberg, CFO Magazine, Corporate Secretary, Directors and Boards, IIA, and ICGN. She is a member of the Methodology Advisory Committee for Ethisphere’s World’s Most Ethical Companies and previously served on the Research Advisory Council for JUST Capital.
Profile - James Turgal James Turgal James Turgal is vice president at Optiv, specializing in cyber threats, strategy, incident response, and technology transformation. Turgal assists clients in developing and executing cyber-focused strategy and security programs to prevent and minimize the impact of cyber threats on business operations. He joined Optiv after spending more than three years in Deloitte’s Cyber Risk Practice and after retiring from a distinguished, 22-year career with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). During this time, Turgal served as a special agent and pilot in numerous FBI Field Offices, designing a Cyber Crime Taskforce and Computer Forensic Laboratory in the Cincinnati Field Office. He served in executive roles as the special agent in charge of the Phoenix office and in senior executive/C-suite roles as the assistant director–chief human capital officer. He culminated his FBI career as the executive assistant director of Global Information & Technology and as the FBI’s chief information officer.
Profile - Joanna Burkey Joanna Burkey Joanna Burkey is the chief information security officer at HP. In this role, Burkey and her team have responsibility for HP’s global cybersecurity program, including IT infrastructure, technology platforms, and business units. Her organization has responsibility for identity, governance, compliance, security operations, strategy, and architecture, as well as business alignment. Burkey returned to HP in 2020 after several years with Siemens AG, where she was most recently the global head for Cyber Defense responsible for cybersecurity defense across IT/OT infrastructure as well as products, solutions, and services. She has focused on cybersecurity throughout her career; her previous roles have included software engineering, product strategy, and security evangelism. She is a member of California-Israel Chamber of Commerce Cybersecurity Board and is a fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies.