Lisa Humbert, Managing Director and Chief Operational Risk Officer, Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi, MUFG
Lisa joined MUFG in February 2016 and is responsible for Operational Risk Management across the Americas. She has built and manages the second line of defense team and industry leading framework to deliver an enterprise-wide Operational Risk Management (ORM) program and services. ORM provides independent oversight of risks associated with information/cyber security, technology and business continuity, core operations, fraud, data governance, sales practice, third party, products and services, mergers and acquisitions and change management across the company to maintain the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of critical information, processes and systems assets.
Previously, Lisa served as Executive Vice President, Chief Information Risk Officer at BNY Mellon and Managing Director, Global Head of IT Risk Management and Business Continuity at Credit Suisse where she built and led global teams responsible for developing and delivering best-in-class enterprise-wide programs and services. Prior to that, Lisa spent over 17 years at Citigroup managing application development teams supporting the Global Corporate and Investment Banking (GCIB) division as well as Human Resources for Citigroup world-wide. She also served as the Chief Administrative Officer for Global Corporate and Investment Bank Technology, working with the CIO to manage a 10,000 person global department and its billion-dollar-plus budget.
Ms. Humbert is a senior member of the Executive Women’s Forum, a group of more than 750 of the nation’s most influential female executives within the information security, privacy, and risk management industries. She also serves on the Financial Services Sector Coordinating Council for Critical Infrastructure Protection and Homeland Security and is a member of the Board of the Internet Security Alliance.
Ms. Humbert was the winner of several awards including the Executive Women’s Forum (EWF) Women of Influence Corporate Practitioner Award, ISE® Northeast Executive Award Finalist, ISE® North America Executive Award - Financial Category as well as The New York Business Journal 2016 Women of Influence Award. The EWF annual Women of Influence Awards honor four women for their accomplishments and leadership roles in the fields of Information Security, Risk Management and Privacy. The ISE® Awards recognize information security executives and their teams who have demonstrated outstanding leadership in risk management, data asset protection, regulatory compliance, privacy, and network security. The New York Business Journal Women of Influence program is part of a national effort by American City Business Journals to identify and celebrate women business leaders and to foster business environments that will create even more successful women in the future. The candidates are women who have demonstrated a track record of success in their businesses or careers, and who also put a premium on mentoring those around them and supporting the next generation of women in business.
She has been an active supporter of several nonprofit organizations including Riverkeeper, Education through Music, Catholic Charities, St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital, Wounded Warrior project and Canine Companions. Lisa is also an advocate and sponsor of the Christian Foundation for Children and Adults. Ms. Humbert holds a B.S. degree in Computer Science from Adelphi University.
Diane Janosek, Training Director of the National Cryptologic School, National Security Agency
Ms. Diane M. Janosek is an award-winning cybersecurity leader and sought-after speaker. As an innovator, she has been a member of the Defense Intelligence Senior Executive Service (SES) since 2012. She currently serves as the National Security Agency’s Commandant of the National Cryptologic School, which is comprised of four colleges, to include the Colleges of Cyber and Cryptology. In her role, she manages and oversees the delivery of unique courses for the U.S. intelligence workforce, both civilian and military, in the areas of cyber, network security, cyber resilience, and encryption, ensuring a strong federal workforce to defend critical national security networks. Ms. Janosek’s areas of expertise include academic leadership, privacy and technology, governance and data policy, export control, defense acquisition, information and cyber security. In her current role, she is committed to the educational, leadership, professional and practical learning needs of the nation’s cyber workforce in today’s dynamic threat environment.
Prior to leading the National Cryptologic School, Ms. Janosek served in leadership roles in the National Security Agency’s Directorate of Technology, to include serving as the Deputy Chief Information Security Officer. In the U.S. Government’s judicial and executive branches, she has served in a variety of attorney/legal, policy and executive management positions, to include Chief Legal Officer to the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board and Legal Counsel at both the White House and the Pentagon. She is admitted to the Supreme Court of the United States and is certified in information and network security (CISSP).
Ms. Janosek is a multiple award recipient being named as the 2020 Cyber Impact Award winner, Top 100 Women in Cybersecurity in 2020 winner, CybHER 2020 Warrior award winner, as well as the 2019 Cyber Warrior Woman of the Year, an award granted by the Cybersecurity Association of Maryland, which honored her for her mentorship, inspiration, and advocacy for women in the cybersecurity field. In addition, she has received many other awards from academia and professional organizations. She is the President of the Women in Cybersecurity’s (WiCyS) Mid-Atlantic Regional Affiliate and holds the WiCyS Affiliate Leadership Award for 2019. Ms. Janosek has published numerous articles in various cybersecurity and legal publications, among others, and she serves as an adjunct professor for the National Intelligence University’s Master of Science in Strategic Intelligence in Intelligence program in Washington, DC. She has served as the keynote speaker and as a panelist at many cybersecurity conferences and events. She serves on the Board of Advisors of the Military Cyber Professionals Association and is a member of the White House’s Federal Committee on STEM Education. She is passionate about giving back and serving the Nation.
Robert K. Gardner, Founder, New World Technology Partners
Robert K. Gardner, founding member of New World Technology Partners (NWTP), has been a leader in “strategic” technology development and an incubator of technology enterprises since the 1970s. Through NWTP, he managed/participated in the launch of several startup innovations and companies, including August Systems, Verdix, Meiko Scientific, Cryptek, Phoenix Numeric and Probity Labs.
His NWTP cyber background includes leading the development of the 1st Multi-level Secure network evaluated by NSA. Cofounding August Systems’ Software Implemented Fault Tolerance (SIFT) high assurance technology for critical Energy and Defense control systems, which was subsequently acquired by ABB. Creating TrustedTeamWorks™ andrelated innovations in an IP Incubator created for a mid-cap defense contractor. He also pioneered CyberEnterprise Risk Management by quantifying the EPS, Capital and Share Volatility consequences of cyber trading at The Philadelphia Stock Exchange, which was refined and formed the basis of CyberQ™ at L3, and iRISK™ at CSC. Gardner recently applied Information Obfuscation technology for M&A, Litigation and Ransomware Defense - designated Qualified Anti-terrorism Technology (QATT) by DHS. He writes and lectures about the Enterprise impact of Cyber Risk and has prepared briefings and testimony for the U.S. House of Representatives, Senate committees, Industry forums and as guest researcher for NIST and lecturer for NSA.
Prior to forming NWTP, he held senior engineering and marketing positions for Burroughs Corporation’s Supercomputer activities, including ILLIAC IV, PEPE, LDSP and NASF, for which he received several accolades and awards. Mr. Gardner has a BSEE from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and studied graduate system engineering and business administration at Penn State and the University of Santa Clara respectively. Mr. Gardner aided in the formation and governance of several New York arts enterprises, including In The Pocket NY and The Brick Theater. He mentored Business Planning for Artists workshops at Brooklyn’s Third Ward and Business for Poets at The Brick Theater.
William (Bill) Moran Jr., Head of Future Risks, Chief Risk Officer - Global Technology, Bank of America
Bill Moran is chief risk officer for Global Technology and head of Future Risks.
Previously, Bill was head of the Corporate Operational Risk team responsible for enterprisewide operational risk policy, standards, and program execution, which included overall operational excellence. Prior to that role, he led Global Risk Technology. Bill joined Bank of America in 2013 as head of Enterprise Capital Management Technology.
Before joining Bank of America, Bill was head of Fixed Income Technology at Morgan Stanley and later at Nomura. Prior to that role, he was a partner and founder in several equity statistical arbitrage groups where he worked on portfolio optimization, factor groups, and clustering and price forecasting. He also spent several years at IBM Research where he was responsible for multiple patent applications and peer-reviewed papers.
He is involved in numerous community activities and currently sits on the board at Celebrate the Children, a school for children with alternative learning styles, which is located in Denville, New Jersey.
Bill worked on a Ph.D. in computer science at Yale University. He holds a master’s degree and bachelor’s degree in computer science, with a minor in pure math, from Union College. Bill is based in New York City
Joseph Iraci, Managing Director, TD Ameritrade
Joe is a Managing Director at TD Ameritrade where he is the Chief Risk Officer for TD Ameritrade, Inc., TD Ameritrade Clearing, Inc., TD Ameritrade Futures and FX, LLC, as well as being the head of Enterprise Risk Services. Prior to heading Enterprise Risk Services, he was the head of Financial Risk Management, Financial Markets Services Group, and Corporate Risk Management. Joe is also an adjunct professor at New Jersey City University.
Prior to joining TD Ameritrade Joe held several senior risk management positions within Fidelity Investments at both Fidelity Employer Services Corporation and Fidelity Brokerage Company. Joe previously had been the Head, New Business Operations, UBS AG, and the Regional Head Americas / Deputy Global Head of Operational Risk at Deutsche bank AG, a position he assumed from heading the Business Risk Management for Deutsche Bank’s Corporate Trust and Agency Services business. Prior to joining Deutsche Bank, Joe had been a Bank Examiner with the FDIC and served as a United States Marine.
Joe has an MBA in accounting and international business from New York University, Stern School of Business, a BS in finance from St. John’s University, Tobin School of Business, and a Certificate of Professional Development for Strategy from the Wharton School of Business.