The ISE® Northeast Awards are held in conjunction with a one day Executive Forum which includes keynote speakers, interactive roundtables moderated by the CISOs and VPs of participating companies, and hot topic panel discussions. The one day program offers the opportunity to meet with peers and leading IT executives from across the region to discuss and share insights into today's issues and solutions.
ISE® Northeast Executive of the Year Award Winner 2012
Vice President, Chief Security Officer
ISE® Northeast Project Award Winner 2012
JPMC Trusted Email
Executive Sponsor: Jim Routh, Managing Director – Internet & Mobile Security, JP Morgan Chase
Project Team: Mark Risoldi and Vic Talamo
Location: New York, NY
Industry leading project to implement best practices and new standards to significantly reduce fraudulent email to customers leveraging a highly innovative approach resulting in the elimination of up to 600,000,000 fraudulent emails (including phishing attempts) sent to bank customers annually. The fraudulent emails look like bank emails to customers and often contain malware or phishing attacks. The result is more lift in email marketing, brand protection and less fraud for bank customers.
ISE® Northeast People's Choice Award Winner 2012
Vice President, Chief Security Officer
ISE® Northeast Executive Award Finalists 2012
Vice President, Global Information Security
Senior Vice President and Chief Information and Infrastructure Security Officer
ISE® Northeast Project Award Finalists 2012
Client Security Management Office Portal (CSMO)
Executive Sponsor: Roland Cloutier, Vice President and CSO, ADP
Project Team: Phani Dasari, Sumeet Lakhwani, Michael A. Minwell, Rudy Urena, Jeffrey Kolmos, Hardik Mehta, Vishnu Pemmasani, Paul Engelbert, Trina Ford and William O'Connell
Location: Roseland, NJ
Responding to the global data security and international privacy-related concerns of ADP's 570,000+ clients operating in more than 130 countries around the world can be quite challenging. Among other things, it involves ensuring consistency and accuracy as well as reducing the lead times to resolve pre-sales security and privacy questions, issues and concerns. It also involves the creation of a centralized self-service repository of vetted responses to client questions. Development and implementation of the CSMO Portal intended to reduce turnaround times for requests for proposal (RFP) responses and client security questionnaires while delivering a centralized service model affording streamlined interface to request information, documentation and client centered solutions. By delivering a single, common repository for product security white papers, product security questionnaire responses, and global data security and privacy knowledgebase/Wiki, ADP reduces the turnaround times for RFP responses and client security questionnaires by greater than 50 percent.
Trusted Platform Security Initiative (TPSI)
Executive Sponsor: Terry Rice, AVP, Service Delivery & Risk Management, Merck & Co.
Team Members: V. Jay LaRosa, William O’Connell, Denise Hucke, Michael A. Minwell, AJ Anand, Victoria Ruiz, Shahir Shah, Dustin VanWinkle, Jim Hickstein, Rudy Urena, Jeffrey Kolmos, Saurabh Thakral and James Carter
Location: Whitehouse Station, NJ
In order to enable ADP’s worldwide business protection efforts, the Global Security Organization (GSO) sponsored the company’s largest and most significant security program named Trusted Platform Security Infrastructure (TPSI) to create a world-class ecosystem of advanced operational capabilities, security technologies and controls. TPSI program provides advanced detection and intelligence capabilities in all ADP operating units globally. The entire TPSI architecture utilizes holistic business intelligence technologies that are managed through a converged Enterprise Risk Platform.
Research Collaboration in the Cloud: How NCI and Partners use Interoperable Digital Identities and Signatures to Accelerate Drug Development
Executive Sponsor: Terence Rice, CISO, Merck & Co. Inc.
Team Members: Steven Friedman, Les Enterline and Mollie Shields-Uehling
Location: Fort Lee, NJ
An ongoing study involving government and industry cancer researchers indicates that using interoperable digital identities, digital signatures and cloud computing will accelerate initiation of a clinical trial while lowering its costs.