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WHF Event: Cybersecurity in the Financial Services Industry (Cyber Playground)
Venable LLP
600 Massachusetts Avenue NW
Washington, District of Columbia 20001
United States
Thursday, January 31, 2019, 5:30 PM - 7:45 PM EST
Category: Events

WHF Event: Cybersecurity in the Financial Services Industry (Cyber Playground)  

Moderator: Barbara Cooper-Jones, Senior Vice President of the Office of Enterprise Data & Technology Solutions, Ginnie Mae

Panelists: Ngy Ea, PenFed, Risk & Compliance; Jacqueline Sullivan, US Bank, AVP, Client Awareness & Education, Information Security Services; Stacey Handshoe, Carefirst BC/BS, Program Manager, Contingent Workforce and Supply Chain Management; David Shive, GSA, CIO; Ira Winkler, Secure Mentem, President; Mary Beth Borgwin, Standish Cyber Corp, Principal; Susie Adams, Microsoft, Federal CTO

 Cost: $10

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Cybersecurity in the Financial Services Industry

This event will help prepare for evolving industry threats and attacks.  The event will include multiple stations for interactive cyber challenges, immersion experiences and real-world demonstrations: (1) Phishing License: Checkmate the bait! (participants attempt to stop the spear phishing), (2) Pineapple Above the Sea: Ethical Hacking (live smartphone hack), (3) Cyber Cup: Penetration Teams (demonstration of penetration testing and overview of common pen test types and teams), and (4) Semantic Security: Cryptography (participants receive an encrypted message upon “signing in” and attempt to solve the puzzle by decrypting the answer).

Moderator Bio

Before joining Ginnie Mae in November 2011, Ms. Cooper-Jones had more than 30 years of experience in transforming information management environments and building long-term partnerships with business and technology stakeholders. In her current role, she is responsible for defining and developing enterprise-wide strategies to ensure the ongoing and future alignment of Ginnie Mae’s operations and technology across the enterprise business model and all business operations.

Prior to joining Ginnie Mae, Ms. Cooper-Jones was the Assistant Vice President of Enterprise Program Management in National IT at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond where she led large-scale program management review of the Reserve Banks’ business and technology architectures. Before her time at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Ms. Cooper-Jones served as Vice President of Enterprise Data Technology at Fannie Mae from 2004 to 2007. In this role, Ms. Cooper-Jones led long-range strategic planning and day-to-day activities for the corporation’s Single and Multi-family data warehouse and marts in support of Financial Reporting, Regulatory Reporting and Research and Analytics. In addition, she has held numerous other leadership positions throughout her prestigious career at CSC (formerly DynCorp Viar), Credit Card Services Corporation, Potomac Electric Power Company and Arthur Andersen & Co. 

Ms. Cooper-Jones received her Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Virginia State University.