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November 8, 2017 @ 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Please join us for our next chapter meeting on Data Privacy
Wednesday, November 8, 2017, 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM
Hosted by a2C IT Consulting
9-9:15 DAMA Chapter update
9:15-9:30 Breakfast Sponsor — Ashling Team
9:30-10:45 Pamela Basil/ Mark Gallman – “Data security and Privacy for Effective Enterprise Data Management”
11:00-11:45 Jim Sahm – Data Protection and Privacy
11:45-12 Lunch Sponsor — Inku Services
12:00 – 1:00 Lunch & Networking
1:00 – Panel on Data Security and Privacy
- Woody Priester— SVP & Chief Technology Risk Officer at Cenlar FSB
- Daniel Costantino – CISO at University of Pennsylvania Health Care
- Mark Gallman – Principal Consultant at Information Asset
- Jim Sahm – Senior Consultant at Database Solution
Note: Pam and Mark Recently Co-authored a book with Sunil Soares; they will be providing every attendee with a copy.
” Data Sovereignty and Enterprise Data Management: Extending Beyond the European Union General Data Protection Regulation” https://www.amazon.com/dp/0692 883053/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_hFTZ zbC8CSDC6
Presentation Abstracts & Bios:
Pamela Basil is a Data Governance Managing Consultant with Information Asset. Previously, she was Vice President of Data Governance and Quality in the Chief Data Office at TD Bank, where she successfully developed and implemented a training program to train more than 350 data stewards, subject matter experts, and data managers. Pam drove data governance maturity within lines of business across TD Bank and was a key presenter during regulatory examinations of the Chief Data Office. In a prior role, Pam was Supervisor and Chief Data Steward for Independence Blue Cross, a health care payer. Here, she provided leadership and direction to 21 data stewards across the enterprise who managed independent data domains. She led and facilitated enterprise data councils to drive the maturity for corporate reference data. Pam is a member of DAMA International and Vice President of membership on the DAMA Philadelphia board of directors.
Mark Gallman is a Principal Consultant with Information Asset. He is experienced in working with clients to develop and operationalize tailored information governance programs for a variety of industries. He collaborates with cross-functional stakeholders at all levels of the organization in developing best practices, standards, and methodologies to assist in the execution, implementation, and sustainability of governance to support strategic core initiatives. Mark previously was a Director of Financial Systems and Data Governance at CDK Global, a division of a Fortune 500 company, specializing in integrated technology and digital marketing solutions to the automotive retail industry and adjacencies. Partnering closely with leaders, Mark developed and directed the strategy for formalized data governance, master data management, and data quality for the organization. Mark has more than 20 years of global experience with large multinational software, manufacturing, and services companies
Jim Sahm: Over 25 years of experience in IT; systems management, and project management. Jim is a retired Colonel from the United States Air Force after serving for 23 years. His expertise is in networking infrastructure, communications and management. Website: www.waveseeker.com.
Woody Priester has worked for over 30 years in the Information Technology, Technology Audit and Information and Cyber Security fields since the start of his career, working for a series of companies including insurance providers, a transportation and logistics company, business services, and mortgage and banking companies. Mr. Priester currently works for Cenlar FSB, a federally chartered bank and Mortgage Subservicing company that provides mortgage servicing operational outsourcing and private label support to clients in the financial services industry. Mr. Priester currently holds the position of Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Risk Officer and continues in his former role as the acting Chief Information Security Officer. His responsibilities include establishing and maintaining Cenlar’s corporate-wide technology risk and information security programs with a key focus on cybersecurity policies and practices. In previous roles, Mr. Priester has consulted with organizations on their development of technology risk programs and he has served in the CISO role developing and maturing Information and Cybersecurity programs from the ground up. Mr. Priester acquired a BS degree in Business and Accounting from the University of Baltimore and is a former CPA in the State of Maryland. He has also held the CISA designation from ISACA.
Dan C. Costantino is the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at Penn Medicine. Dan is an information security leader with extensive experience in the industry, including; strategic planning and development of enterprise information security programs, a strong understanding of security team building and resource allocation, disaster recovery and business continuity planning, and development of strong technological security controls. Dan is an expert in information security governance and risk management planning with a mission to align the people, process, and technology of cybersecurity with the overall business mission. Prior to joining Penn Medicine, Dan acted as the CISO for Henkels & McCoy and was a principal for Layer 8 Security, where Dan built and led a successful cybersecurity consulting practice. Additionally, Dan served and practiced information security in the United States Marine Corps, including participation in three separate international engagements. Dan holds a BS in Information Systems Security from American Military University and an M.B.A. from the Jack Welch Management Institute. He is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), and Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH).