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Fasoo Talks About NYDFS and Cybersecurity at FinCyberSec 2017
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Ron Arden Talks About NYDFS and Cybersecurity at FinCyberSec 2017Ron Arden, Executive Vice President and COO of Fasoo, Inc., presented Countdown to Compliance with NYDFS 23 NYCRR 500 during FinCyberSec 2017 at the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ on May 31, 2017.  Ron was part of a day long event that focused on technical, regulatory, process and human dimensions of cyber threats faced by financial systems and markets.

Dr. Paul Rohmeyer, who organized the conference, started the day with opening remarks that set the stage for how the world of business and cybersecurity has changed in the last year.  With constant attacks, like the WannaCry ransomware attack and the ever changing business and technology landscape, financial services companies have a lot to address as they look to safely promote new business models.

Ron Arden Talks About Cyber Security on Panel at FinCyberSec 2016
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Fasoo talks about cyber security and protecting sensitive data in the finance industryRon Arden, Vice President and COO of Fasoo, Inc., participated in a panel discussion on cyber security priorities in the finance industry at FinCyberSec 2016 at Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ on June 1, 2016.  Ron was joined by Alan Brill, Senior Managing Director from Kroll, and Michael Frank, President of Secure Business Strategies.  The panel was moderated by Dr. Paul Rohmeyer, who organized the conference.

The first topic of discussion addressed the challenges of cyber security in the financial services industry.  Dr. Rohmeyer asked if there are unique priorities of CISOs who are operating in different industries or if they are similar?  Ron mentioned that people either want to disrupt operations or steal data when you experience a cyber security event.  Regardless of industry, the general goals are the same.  There are clearly unique processes in financial services that may not be in other industries, but the basics are the same.