Jason Harrell, Managing Director and Head of External Engagement, DTCC
Jason Harrell is Managing Director and Head of External Engagement at DTCC, where he leads the firm's global advocacy and engagement for cybersecurity and cyber resilience, new and emerging technology, and outsourcing/third-party risk management. In this role, Jason partners with industry peers, supervisors and regulators, international standards-setting bodies, government officials and trade associations to address policy initiatives and implement solutions that improve the overall resilience of the financial services sector. Jason contributes to a number of global trade association cyber and operational resilience working groups and is currently Vice Chairman of the Cyber Risk Institute, a non-profit coalition of financial institutions and trade associations focused on aligning cyber risk frameworks to supervisory cyber obligations. A thought leader and expert on cyber security and operational resilience, Jason often speaks at conferences, authors position papers and works to advance dialogue across the industry.
Jason joined DTCC in 2016 as the Head of TRM Risk Analysis and Reporting where he was responsible for the firm's cyber risk assessment and performance metrics programs. Prior to DTCC, Jason was the Corporate Senior Information Risk Officer for BNY Mellon Investment Management. He previously held several information technology and security positions within IT, Risk and Business Operations at ABN AMRO, Royal Bank of Scotland and the New York Board of Trade.
Jason has over 20 years of experience in Information Technology (IT), Privacy, and Cybersecurity Risk Management within the financial services sector. He also holds several certifications in technology, information security and data privacy.
Tami Hudson, EVP & Cybersecurity Client Officer, Wells Fargo
As a recognized technology and business seasoned executive with 20+ years of experience, Tami is well versed in strategically building and executing cybersecurity programs throughout complex organizations. Within her current role, she is responsible for leading Wells Fargo’s Cybersecurity Client Office encompassing the bank's Business Information Security Office (BISO) and strategic teams. Further, she serves as a senior executive advisor on the cyber related audits across the bank using a risk based approach to manage threats and demonstrate regulatory compliance.
In addition to numerous speaking engagements for Wells Fargo client and customer organizations, Tami has been a featured keynote speaker during multiple conferences including the Wall Street Journal Cybersecurity Conference, NASDAQ Cybersecurity Summit, Financial Executive International Conference, and the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) Conference.
Further, she has been recognized by National Diversity as one of the “50 Most Powerful Women in Technology,” one of Diversity Magazine’s “Women Worth Watching,” and Cyber Defense Magazine “Top Women in Cybersecurity.”
Tami is an active advocate for DE&I, and dedicated member in the community with current/past leadership roles including: Georgia Tech board of directors, Columbia University Center of Technology Executive Mentor, and United Way board. Tami obtained a bachelors from Georgia Tech and an MBA from Duke University.
Todd Waszkelewicz, Cyber Security Policy - Risk Analysis Lead, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Todd is a leader in the Supervision Group’s Cybersecurity Policy area at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Todd leads the Risk Analysis Team that focuses on identifying, evaluating and monitoring cyber risks in the financial sector.
Over his 20 plus years at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York Todd held various management roles focused on the supervision of cybersecurity risks, information technology risks, resiliency and financial market infrastructures. Prior to joining the Cybersecurity Policy Team, he led efforts to oversee the transactional business lines of one of the largest global financial institutions. Prior to that, Todd served as the supervisory officer in-charge of CLS Bank International, a systemically important organization for the global foreign exchange market. Earlier in his career, Todd served as the IT Risk Designee for the Federal Reserve System and advised on IT risk matters across the portfolio of systemically important financial institutions. Concurrent with that role, Todd managed the IT supervisory resources for the Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s Supervision Group. Prior to these responsibilities, Todd has been heavily involved with policy and supervisory guidance initiatives related to financial sector’s resilience. Todd started his career reviewing operational and technology risks at large and complex global financial institutions
Ross Josephson, Senior Credit Risk Executive and CMCAS President
Ross was most recently at Nomura Securities, where his group was responsible for managing credit risks arising across the Financial Institution, Funds and Mortgage spaces. Prior to Nomura, Mr. Josephson worked for Bear Stearns & Co., Inc., where he covered counterparty portfolios In the Financial Institution and Mortgage sectors. He has 20 years’ experience in the industry.
Mr. Josephson holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from The University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from the Stern School of Business at New York University.