In the Digital Age, information is everywhere and innovation seems to be the only constant in a rapidly changing world. Political and non-state actors are utilizing emerging technologies with increasing sophistication, adding complexity to the traditional drivers of political risk. How can corporations
themselves innovate and adapt their risk architecture to face these changing threats?
Keynote Speaker: Siobhan MacDermott, Global Cyber Public Policy Executive at Bank of America
Siobhan MacDermott leads the Global Cyber Public Policy team. She is responsible for Bank of America’s participation in programs dedicated to improving cyber resiliency of the global financial system including thought leadership, engagement, geopolitical risk analysis and contingency planning.
Siobhan joined Bank of America in July 2016 after serving as Risk and Cybersecurity Principal at
EY (formerly Ernst & Young), and consulting to Fortune 500 boards on cyber. Prior to EY, she
was the Chief Information Security Officer for Utilidata, Inc. and Chief Policy Officer for AVG
Technologies. Siobhan helped direct strategy, government relations, global policy and executive
communications for a number of financial services and technical companies across the globe. In
addition, she’s an accomplished author, with a sixth book expected in early 2018.