Henry Jiang, CISO and managing director at Oppenheimer & Co., will be participating in a session entitled "RANSOM EVERY WARE," at RiskSec NY on May 2.
The day-long event, to be held at Convene in midtown Manhattan, is SC Media's new threat intelligence and risk management gathering for cybersecurity industry leaders.
Jiang will be discussing key methods for detection and remediation for ransomware through this hands-on workshop.
"Ransomware is real and it is becoming more prevalent in the enterprise environment because that's where the money is," says Jiang. "Perhaps such a shift from the consumer space to enterprises gives organizations a real chance to fight the ransomware with more tools and protections that consumers do not have."
He says the first advantage which enterprises have is the layered cybersecurity protection model. This strategy, he says, has became more common, at least with companies with a more mature level of cybersecurity program.
"As we know, no single protection mechanism by itself can be 100 percent effective to thwart an attack," Jiang says. "As the layer security protection model evolves, by design it does offer more protection compared with individual home users who are much more vulnerable to any form of cyber attacks including ransomware."
Jiang will be expanding on this discussion during his session at RiskSec NY.
Henry Jiang is the chief information security officer (CISO) at Oppenheimer & Co., responsible for all aspects of firm's cybersecurity program including governance, risk-management and security operations. Previously, he was the executive director of global network infrastructure at Oppenheimer & Co. In that role, Mr. Jiang was responsible for the design and operation of firm's data networks and provides integrated cybersecurity controls. He is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP).
RiskSec NY comprises interactive learning sessions, keynote and panel discussions, and an expo hall. The conference and expo was created to immerse attendees in highly personalized interactive exercises and discussions with senior thought-leaders in the cybersecurity industry.
At RiskSec NY. attendees will be gathering in a modern venue with state of the art audio-visual capabilities and superior meeting rooms conducive to learning and collaborating. The event offers unprecedented networking opportunities with industry headliners and insiders at our breakfast and luncheon receptions, and a unique opportunity to be part of the solutions to today's most pressing issues in cybersecurity. As well, attendees can earn up to 9 CPEs at RiskSec NY.
Come hear Henry Jiang at RiskSec NY on May 2.
Donald Freese, former director of the National Cyber Investigative Joint Task Force, recently promoted to the FBI's Information Technology Branch, Enterprise Services and Risk Management, will be keynoting.
Among the other cybersecurity experts lined up to present are: former intelligence officer Daniel Hoffman, Aetna's Brian Heemsoth, Flashpoint's Lance James, Crumpton Group's Rick Doten, and The World Bank's Sandra Sargent.
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This is the fifth in a series of articles promoting RiskSec NY, SC Media's new threat intelligence and risk management gathering for cybersecurity industry leaders.