Date: Friday, February 14, 2020
[Update] Venue: ACCJ Tokyo Office, Boardroom
Speaker: Robert Veres, Chief Information Security Officer, ORIX
Hosting Committee: Information, Communication, and Technology
[Update] Member Fee: ¥2,800
[Update] Guest Fee: ¥3,800
Meal: Plated lunch
Registration/Cancellation Deadline: Monday, February 10 (Noon)
A strategy is only as good as the team that brings it to life, and enabling the right people is at the heart of good transformation. Join the Group Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for ORIX, Robert Veres, as he steps through the journey that triggered an impactful cyber transformation. His story will help you understand how to challenge your own cyber program and unleash the strength of diversity.
ORIX has been able to successfully start a global transformation by overcoming cultural divides to create impactful change. Veres will present the most critical lessons learned, as well as the most challenging obstacles CISOs face when attempting to transform cybersecurity into a global program.
About the Speaker
Robert Veres is CISO for ORIX Corporation. His experience across technical, consulting, sales, and operational aspects of security—as well as architecting security strategies and working with a broad range of cultures in a number of geographies—has given Veres insights into effective ways of bringing together a diversified set of capabilities towards the goal of security transformation.
Since its founding in 1964, ORIX has developed a dynamic and diversified portfolio offering a broad range of services, including leasing, financing, investment, life insurance, banking, asset management, automobile-related, real estate, environment, and energy. The company operates in 37 countries with more than 100 businesses, ¥10 trillion in assets, and 32,000 employees.
NOTE 1: This event is OFF THE RECORD.
NOTE 2: If you cancel after the stated deadline, the full meeting fee will be charged to your account. Sorry, no substitutions or walk-ins.
NOTE 3: 500 yen of each participant's attendance fee will be deposited into the Information, Communications, and Technology Committee Fund.