ISE® Northeast 2010

Information Security Executive of the Year Awards

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 2010

John Masserini

John Masserini
Chief Information Security Officer
Dow Jones

ISE® Northeast Project Award Winner 2010

Collaborative Cyber Security Response
Project Team: Cathy Hubbs, David Smith, Krizi Trivisani

Our three institutes, American University, Georgetown University, and The George Washington University signed a Memorandum of Understanding for emergency preparedness and response, cutting across all service sectors. As the lead cyber security specialists we felt it was important to address the opportunities to share resources in the event of a large scale cyber security event.

ISE® Northeast People's Choice Award Winner 2010

Chet Davis

Chet Davis
Chief Information Security Officer
Campbell Soup

ISE® Northeast Executive Award Finalists 2010

Daniel Conroy

Daniel Conroy
Managing Director and Head of the Information Security Group
BNY Mellon Corporation

Thomas Dunbar

Thomas Dunbar
Global IT Chief Security Officer
XL Group

Robert Zandoli

Dr. Robert Zandoli
Chief Information Security Officer

ISE® Northeast Project Award Finalists 2010

Heartland Payment Systems
Project Team: Steve Elefant, Sarah McCrary, Larry Godfrey, Paul Minutillo, Dustin Francis

E3™, Heartland Payment Systems’ end-to-end encryption solution, is designed to protect all stakeholders in the payments industry — including merchants and consumers — with the highest degree of security available … with no extra fees. Only E3 technology safeguards cardholder information from the moment of card swipe — and through the Heartland network — not just at certain points of the transaction flow.

The I Campaign
Team Members: Ty Christopher, Cheryl Conley, Bob Davidson, Trent Flood, Phil Nicholas, Scott Rush, Debbie Stuckey, Christina Valecillos

Lockheed Martin launched an internal communications' program called The I Campaign in October 2009. The campaign is focused on educating employees about how to protect the Corporation’s information assets and minimize cyber security risks through proper behaviors. In addition to helping mitigate several real cyber attacks, employee testing has shown the campaign has driven significant improvement in employee response to known adversarial tactics used in targeted e-mails.