Cyber-Security Panel Discussion

January 17, 2018
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

 Add to Calendar

BDO
90 Woodbridge Center Drive, 4th Floor
Woodbridge, NJ 07095
 Directions

 

 



The event will be held at BDO, Woodbridge, NJ. We'll enjoy food, refreshments, and a compelling panel discussion. More details to follow so stay tuned.

ARMA NJ members will be charged $35, and Non-Members $45, after January 10th or at the door. Avoid the late fee and register now! The student rate is $10.

BIOS

Moderator

 

Ann Gorr
Legal Technology Consultant
Ann Gorr, LLC
Email: Ann@AnnGorrLLC.com
Twitter: @AnnGorrLLC

Ann is a legal technology consultant/ advisor, information governance strategist, subject matter expert, and avid technology evangelist. She is recognized for the development and execution of innovative Legal IT strategies for her law firm and corporate legal clients in the Information Governance and Enterprise Content Management arenas. She serves as a champion of change for her clients while focusing on developing key strategies and best practices within their IG environment. 

Ann frequently delivers presentations for legal and technology focused professional associations on trending technology topics. She holds professional memberships in the ALA New Jersey, Philadelphia, Independence, & Cyber Chapters, ARMA NJ, ARMA-Metro/NYC, AIIM, Information Governance Initiative (IGI) and Information Coalition and currently serves as President of the ARMA-NJ Chapter. When she isn’t busy in the technology realm, Ann is a part-time vocalist and serves on a wide variety of charitable boards.

 

Panelists

 

James C. Bourke, CPA.CITP.CFF.CGMA

 

 

 Jim is a Partner, Member of the Board of Directors and Management Committee at WithumSmith+Brown, is Director of Firm Technology and Managing Director of Advisory Services. Jim has been a frequent speaker to many CPA Societies, the AICPA, Technology Organizations, Incubators, Co-Working Locations and others on topics specifically related to various accounting, tax and advisory services topics specifically related to the start-up and technology communities.

In Jim’s role as Managing Director of Advisory Services, Jim heads-up the Firm’s cloud solutions, business advisory, cyber, info-security and transactional services initiatives for the firm.

He is Past President for the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants.

Jim has been continually named by Accounting Today as one of the Top 100 Most Influential people in the Accounting profession and has been named by The CPA Technology Advisor as a

 

 

Fernando M. Pinguelo, Esq. (CIPP/US)

 

Fernando is a partner with Scarinci Hollenbeck and Chair of its Cyber Security & Data Protection and Crisis Management groups, is a trial lawyer who devotes his practice to complex business disputes with an emphasis on cyber security, data privacy, media, and employment matters in federal and state courts. A former prosecutor, Fernando’s experience covers all facets of litigation (trial, mediation, arbitration, appellate) in both federal and state courts and he regularly handles “crisis litigation,” including emergency applications with the courts. Recently, the leading global information services company retained him to address a data breach incident reportedly involving the theft of 15 million customers’ sensitive data.

Fernando earned accreditation as an information privacy professional (CIPP) from the International Association of Privacy Professionals. He is the author of numerous publications, including eDiscovery for Corporate Counsel (Chapter 17 - Electronic Data, Cyber Security & Crisis Management (Thomson Reuters), and lectures internationally on law and technology issues, including for the Judicial College and Escola Paulista da Magistratura, São Paulo.

He is also an Adjunct Professor of Law at Seton Hall University School of Law where he teaches a course on eDiscovery. Hereceived a Fulbright Specialist appointment and served as a visiting faculty member at Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie, São Paulo.

Fernando is a member of the New Jersey Supreme Court Committee on the Rules of Evidence and Chair of the Privacy Law Special Committee of the New Jersey State Bar Association. He created the ABA Journal award-winning blog eLessons Learned (www.eLLblog.com) and eWhiteHouseWatch (www.eWHWblog.com).  He clerked for The Honorable Edwin H. Stern, Appellate Division.  Fernando received his B.A., magna cum laude, from Boston College and his J.D. from Boston College Law School.

 

 

Brett Yeager

 

 

Brett Yeager is a Supervisory Special Agent for the FBI Newark Division's Cyber Task Force.  Brett entered the FBI in 2009 and was assigned to a Newark Cyber Squad where he investigated criminal and national security computer intrusions and theft of trade secret cases.  In 2015, Brett accepted a supervisory position at FBI Headquarters in the Cyber Division, where he was a national program manager for large scale national security intrusion investigations while coordinating closely with other members of the U.S. Intelligence Community.  Brett returned to FBI Newark in 2017 and began his current supervisory role.  Prior to joining the FBI, Brett worked as an Engineering Manager and Electrical Engineer, where he designed electronic circuits for industrial and military applications. Brett also served for 6 years in the military.

Tickets

$30.00 Member
$35.00 after 12:00 am January 11

$40.00 Non-Member
$45.00 after 12:00 am January 11

$10.00 Current Students

Documents

Ann Gorr Bio

Fernando M. Pinguelo Bio

James Bourke Bio