Directors Oversight of Disruptive Risks (Cyber, Crypto, and Disruptive Economies)
All organizations are facing business model disruption, and directors play an important role in understanding the nature, pace, and impacts of disruptive risks, including rapid innovations in technology (e.g., robotics, digitalization), new forms of supply chains (e.g., Amazon), or even fundamental changes in the way business is conducted (e.g., blockchain, crypto currencies). While disruption can add to risks such as cyber security, it also presents organizations with significant opportunity to maintain or add to shareholder value. NACD Florida, Protiviti, and Akerman are pleased to present a high-impact discussion to help directors identify and govern the ways their organizations deal with disruptive risks.
Join experts in innovative strategies, public policy, and cyber as they provide perspective on ways directors can help take advantage of opportunities in emerging areas of digitalization, supply chain/blockchain, and cyber risk management and how these fast-paced risks can be managed along the way. Please join us and an impressive panel of experts at the spectacular Pavilion at Steinbrenner Field for this event. A catered reception will follow the program.
Mike Wetzer is an NACD Governance Fellow, former senior Partner at Accenture and a serial innovator, having established concept-to-profitability performance breakthroughs multiple industries. He serves in a Director role at InspiRD (Software), Federal One Holdings (Commercial and consumer banking), BKE (Accounting SaaS) Cyandia (Software), and SJREM (Commercial Real Estate).
Adam Hamm is a Managing Director with Protiviti focused on serving clients concerning risk, compliance, and cybersecurity matters. Prior to joining Protiviti in January 2017, he was a former President of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC), Chairman of the NAIC’s Cybersecurity Task Force, Principal on the Financial and Banking Information Infrastructure Committee (FBIIC), Principal on the United States Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC) and North Dakota’s elected insurance commissioner. Adam also spent ten years as a prosecutor and civil litigator. He is a frequent NACD speaker across the country and at the annual Master class.
Andy Zolper is the Chief Information Security Officer and Head of Technology Infrastructure for Raymond James Financial. He is responsible for all facets of information security, as well as technology infrastructure, engineering and platform operations. Andy was previously the Global Head of IT Risk Management for UBS and led teams in IT risk and security, program management, and process reengineering at JPMorgan Chase. Andy is a graduate of the Virginia Military Institute and is a US Marine Corps veteran, having served as a communications and signals intelligence officer. He is a graduate of SIFMA's Securities Industry Institute at The Wharton School, a Registered Operations Professional (Series 99), a certified Six Sigma Black Belt and a Certified Information Security Manager (CISM). He represents Raymond James on the Advisory Council of BITS, the technology policy division of The Financial Services Roundtable.
Melissa helps companies protect and grow their business. Passionate about technology, empowerment and collaboration. Rare combination of strategic thinker and decisive executor. Led national and international teams on mission critical objectives. Trained and experienced in design-centered thinking, business model canvas and blue ocean methodologies. Results-driven with a focus on profitable growth, cost transformation
and organizational effectiveness.