The Internationalization Council at Syracuse University begins its third year of work this fall with a focus on developing and recommending elements of a comprehensive China strategy for the University. Leading the effort this year will be co-chairs Steven Bennett,…
EECS/CASE Colloquium to be held Sept. 15
Anish Bhimani, Managing Director
Chief Information Risk Officer of JP Morgan Chase
Wednesday, September 15, 2010
4-201 Center for Science and Technology – 1 p.m.
Title: Trends and Concerns in Enterprise Information Security
Abstract: The landscape of technology in corporate environments is dramatically changing. While new technologies create exciting opportunities for organizations that embrace them, those same organizations are faced with an exponentially-growing list of threats, both externally and internally. In this talk, you will hear about the major trends in information security in 2010 and 2011, and how one company is evolving its traditional approaches to information security to address this changing threat. This talk will also explore some of the emerging technology trends, such as virtualization, smartphones, and cloud computing, and how they are changing the way companies look at information security.
Bio: Anish Bhimani is Managing Director and Chief Information Risk Officer of JP Morgan Chase. In this role, he has global responsibility for ensuring the security and resiliency of the firm’s computing environment, and supports the firm’s Corporate Risk Management program. He also participates in the firm-wide technology governance board. Prior to joining the firm in 2003, Mr. Bhimani served as a senior member of the Enterprise Resilience practice in Booz Allen Hamilton; helping Fortune 100 companies improve the resiliency of their infrastructure. Prior to that, Mr. Bhimani served as Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of Global Integrity Corporation (an SAIC Company) and Predictive Systems. During his tenure at Global Integrity, he also led the team that developed the Financial Services ISAC. Earlier in his career, Mr. Bhimani worked in the Security & Fraud Reduction practice at Bell Communications Research. He was recently selected as Information Security Executive of the Year for 2008 by the Executive Alliance, and named to Bank Technology News’ “Top Innovators of 2008” list for his novel approach to information risk management. Mr. Bhimani has written numerous articles, and has lectured around the world on topics related to information security. He is the co-author of Internet Security for Business (Wiley & Sons, 1996), and a U.S. patent holder. Mr. Bhimani is a graduate of Brown University and Carnegie-Mellon University.
*The HUB is a university-industry collaboration dedicated to
developing global enterprise technology solutions through education
and training innovations and joint applied research.
Contact: Brenda Flowers, firstname.lastname@example.org