Cybersecurity In Transactions and Autonomous Aerial Drone Security
(ISC)² Long Island & NYC Chapter Present, “Cybersecurity In Transactions and Autonomous Aerial Drone Security“
Please join us for our February meeting featuring the topic of Cybersecurity In Transactions with Brian Levine from EY Parthenon and Autonomous Aerial Drone Security with Jack Wu. This will be a hybrid event at NYC and Long Island locations and will include Teams access for remote attendees.
Additional details and registration information can be found at the “Register Now” link below. Long Island Members can get their promo codes by logging into the chapter website and going to their “My Page”. NYC members will be provided a promo code in their mailing. Sponsor promo codes have been previously distributed. Non-members can register for a nominal fee. This event will qualify for two CPEs.
5:00 – 6:00 In-Person Registration and Networking
5:15 – 6:00 Remote attendees join via Teams and can participate in virtual networking
6:00 – 6:10 Welcome and Chapter Business
6:10 – 7:05 Speaker 1: Cybersecurity In Transactions with EY Parthenon
7:05 – 8:00 Speaker 2: Autonomous Aerial Drone Security: The Landscape, Security Implications, and Use Cases with Nightingale Security
8:10 Session Wrap-up
Brian Levine, Managing Director
Abstract: When acquiring or investing in organizations, cybersecurity and data privacy risks abound. The acquisition or investment target may already be breached or might be non-compliant with cybersecurity or data privacy regulations. In addition, the increased publicity caused by the transaction may lead to increased attacks upon both the acquirer and the target. In this talk, you will learn from the former national coordinator for the DOJ’s cyber prosecution program who has conducted over 450 cybersecurity and data privacy diligences how to better understand and mitigate these risks.
About the Speaker
Brian L. Levine is a Managing Director at EY Parthenon, where he helps lead a group focused on cybersecurity and data privacy, primarily in the context of private equity and corporate transactions, such as acquisitions, divestitures, and IPOs. Prior to joining EY, Mr. Levine served for seven years as Senior Counsel in the U.S. Department of Justice’s Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section (“CCIPS”) and National Coordinator for more than 300 federal prosecutors who focus on computer hacking, intellectual property prosecution, and the lawful gathering and use of digital evidence. Prior to joining CCIPS, Mr. Levine served as an Assistant Attorney General in the Internet & Technology Bureau at the New York Attorney General’s Office; a county prosecutor in Detroit, Michigan; and a civil litigator in Silicon Valley and New York. Mr. Levine has clerked for federal judges in the Southern District of Florida and on the Seventh Circuit. He earned his J.D. magna cum laude from New York University and his B.A. summa cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania.
Jack Wu, Co-Founder and CEO of Nightingale Security
Abstract: Nightingale Security describes how aerial drones are used today in offensive and defensive capacities. This session will focus on public and private sector use cases with some insight into military applications. Pivoting back to the public and private sectors, Jack will discuss physical and cybersecurity implications and offer considerations for establishing an aerial drone program for your organization.
About the Speaker
Jack Wu, co-founder and CEO of Nightingale Security, has significantly impacted the security industry with his innovative leadership. With a rich tech background, Wu made his mark in game development and advertising technology before revolutionizing security at Nightingale Security. His early venture, 50 Cubes, Inc., saw massive success with “Mall World,” a Facebook game reaching 13 million monthly users, showcasing Wu’s talent in engaging audiences digitally. Wu’s creativity also led to “MOJO,” an in-game ad server that caught Tencent’s attention, earning him a board seat. This reflected his skill in merging gaming with advertising, setting industry standards.
At Nightingale Security, Wu’s vision brought drones to the forefront of security solutions. The Blackbird drone, a key innovation, features advanced artificial intelligence for autonomous flight, highlighting the company’s commitment to leveraging technology for effective surveillance. Under Wu’s direction, Nightingale Security has emerged as a leader in cutting-edge security technology, redefining service delivery and establishing the company as a benchmark for technological excellence in security. Wu’s journey exemplifies relentless innovation, shaping the future of security services.
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