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NASAA Fintech and Cybersecurity Symposium – Virtual
December 14, 2021 @ 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm EST
The program will begin with opening remarks from President Lubin. Following her will be a keynote address by Jonathan Rajewski, Managing Director of Digital Forensics and Incident Response with Stroz Friedberg. Rajewski is a recognized industry leader in the field of digital forensics who has helped shape best practices in digital investigations and risk management.
The program also includes two separate panel discussions:
- Panel 1: The Future of Decentralized Finance (DeFi): What if there is no center to hold?: This panel will explore what “decentralization” means to the industry, what it means to regulators and whether there needs to be a new idea of a central mover that regulators can use to enforce investor protection.
Moderator: Tung Chan, Securities Commissioner, Colorado Division of Securities.
Panelists: Jason P. Gottlieb, Partner & Chair, White Collar and Regulatory Enforcement, Morrison Cohen, LLP; Gary DeWaal, Special Counsel, Katten Muchin Rosenman; Chris Brummer, Law Professor, Georgetown University Law Center; and Marc Boiron, General Counsel, dYdX.
- Panel 2: Regulation Along the Continuum: Self-serving or Self-defeating?: This panel will examine the potential for conflict, and the need to assess responsibility, when firms employ third-party services and products for cybersecurity compliance programs.
Moderator: Matthew Vatter, Assistant Commissioner of Enforcement, Minnesota Department of Commerce.
Panelists: Salvatore Montemarano, Division of Examinations, Technology Control Program, SEC; Keith Bettencourt, Specialist Manager Cybersecurity, FINRA; Catherine Rudow, Vice President of Cyber Insurance, Nationwide; Dan Sanderson, Vice President of Strategy, CyberAdvisor.
This event is open to the public and free to attend.