This Friday, Jerry Perullo, SCP Professor of Practice and Former CISO of ICE/New York Stock Exchange, will present his lecture “Cybersecurity Risk Management in Times of Geopolitical Crisis: From a Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) Perspective.” Join us from 12:30 – 1:30 p.m. in Coda or virtually!
About the talk
Organizations across the world are revisiting geography-based cybersecurity and travel restrictions in light of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
During this talk, we will explore the tools, settings, and policies available to companies to limit internet and physical access from or to specific countries and regions. We will discuss how companies and critical infrastructure apply those controls and considerations before and during a time of crisis. Finally, we will discuss valid and invalid reasons why an organization might consider implementing such restrictions.
Specific topics covered will include the science behind IP address to location mapping and benefits or limitations to using that data in enforcement, possible false-positive implications of such restrictions, and common mistakes made when attempting to implement such controls. Common approaches to classifying countries and regions by risk and sanction status will also be discussed.
Jerry Perullo is Professor of the Practice at the School of Cybersecurity and Privacy at Georgia Tech, with a focus on adversarial risk management and cybersecurity governance. Prior to that he served as the Chief Information Security Officer of Intercontinental Exchange, Inc. (NYSE: ICE) since 2001. Perullo led the cybersecurity program for all of Intercontinental Exchange, including the New York Stock Exchange, securing critical economic infrastructure across multiple subsidiaries, geographies, and regulatory jurisdictions. His team was responsible for cybersecurity across regulated futures and options exchanges, central counterparty clearing houses (CCPs), trade repositories, equities venues, and systemically important financial market utilities (SIFMUs).