Jay LaRosaVice President, Global Security Architecture
As the VP of Global Security Architecture for one of the world's largest providers of business outsourcing solutions, V.Jay leads a global team of security architects with responsibility for the end-to-end design, and implementation of ADP’s converged security strategy and business protection programs. V.Jay and his team of architect’s cover the entire spectrum of Cyber Security from ADP’s products, to the Physical Security protections employed at ADP. Prior to his role at ADP, V.Jay worked for EMC for over 15 years where he was the Principle Security Architect, as well as having the responsibility for the Critical Incident Response Team (CIRT) under the Global Security Organization. During his tenure, he was not only responsible for the design and implementation of EMC’s global technical security strategy, but also built and managed an enterprise class Critical Incident Response Center (CIRC) with a global focus on converged security, fraud, cyber criminal activity, and forensic investigations. V.Jay has a wealth of knowledge with over 22 years of experience in IT, converged security, and deployment/management of global business protection platforms. He is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), an ACFE, and a member of the FBI Infragard program. Additionally V.Jay carries a Top Secret/C.I. Security Clearance with the US Government.
Fintech is disruptive technology within financial services that impacts how it operates including mobile payments, money transfers, fund raising and asset management. This disruptive technology is changing what needs to be secured. Securing in an Internet of Things environment means a much wider attack surface with extra security challenges.
In this session examine:
•Eliminating time consuming and repetitive tasks
•Using machine learning to model user, device and network behaviors
•Expanding beyond rules and signatures to mitigate evolving attacks