主催：東京電機大学未来科学研究科 国際化サイバーセキュリティ学特別コース（CySec） 協賛：東京電機大学研究推進社会連携センター（CRC） 日時：平成27年2月13日（金曜日） 場所：東京電機大学 東京千住キャンパス １号館 2F 丹羽ホール 会費：無料、懇親会 3,000円
Mr. Howard Schmidt リッジシュミットサイバー共同経営者、元米国大統領サイバーセキュリティ補佐官
Mr. Greg Thompson VP, Operational Governance, Scotiaban
Mr. Kevin HenrySenior Instructor and Consultant, Mile 2
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内閣官房内閣審議官（内閣サイバーセキュリティセンター副センター長）。８４年、郵政省（現総務 省）入省。 郵政大臣秘書官、在米日本大使館ICT政策担当参事官、総務省総合通信基盤局料金サービス課長、同事業政策課長、 情報通信国際戦略局情報通信政 策課長、大臣官房企画課長、大臣官房審議官（情報流通行政局担当）などを経て、 １３年７月より現職。著書に「ミッシングリンク～デジタル大国日本再生」 （１２年７月、東洋経済新報社刊）など。
Howard Schmidt serves as a partner in the strategic advisory firm, Ridge-Schmidt Cyber, an executive services firm that helps leaders in business and government navigate the increasing demands of cybersecurity. He serves in this position with Tom Ridge, the first secretary of the Department of Homeland Security. He also serves as executive director of The Software Assurance Forum for Excellence in Code (SAFECode). Howard A. Schmidt brings together talents in business, defense, intelligence, law enforcement, privacy, academia and international relations, gained from a distinguished career spanning 40 years. He served as Special Assistant to the President and the Cybersecurity Coordinator for the federal government. In this role Mr. Schmidt was responsible for coordinating interagency cybersecurity policy development and implementation and for coordinating engagement with federal, state, local, international, and private sector cybersecurity partners. Previously, Mr. Schmidt was the President and CEO of the Information Security Forum (ISF). Before ISF, he served as Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer and Chief Security Strategist for eBay Inc., and formerly operated as the Chief Security Officer for Microsoft Corp. He also served as Chief Security Strategist for the US-CERT Partners Program for the Department of Homeland Security. Mr. Schmidt also brings to bear over 26 years of military service. Beginning active duty with the Air Force, he later joined the Arizona Air National Guard. With the AF he served in a number of military and civilian roles culminating as Supervisory Special Agent with the Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI). He finished his last 12 years as an Army Reserve Special Agent with Criminal Investigation Division’s (CID) Computer Crime Unit, all while serving over a decade as police officer with the Chandler Police Department. Mr. Schmidt holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration (BSBA) and a master’s degree in organizational management (MAOM) from the University of Phoenix. He also holds an Honorary Doctorate degree in Humane Letters. Howard was an Adjunct Professor at GA Tech, GTISC, Professor of Research at Idaho State University and Adjunct Distinguished Fellow with Carnegie Mellon’s CyLab and a Distinguished Fellow of the Ponemon Privacy Institute. Howard is a Ham Radio operator (W7HAS), a private pilot, outdoorsman and an avid Harley-Davidson rider. He is married to Raemarie J. Schmidt, a forensic scientist and researcher and instructor in the field of computer forensics. Together, they are proud parents, and happy grandparents.
Vice President, Operational Governance, Scotiabank, Toronto, Canada Mr. Thompson is an IT Risk and Information Security professional with extensive industry experience in industries ranging from Telecommunications to the Financial Services Industry. He has held various senior level Information Security management positions including Head of Global IS Security and CISO for Manulife Financial Corporation (Toronto, Canada ? 2000-2003), VP Enterprise Security & Deputy CISO, Scotiabank (2008 - 2015), and VP Operational Governance, Scotiabank (2015-present). As the Vice President of Operational Governance at Scotiabank Mr. Thompson oversees the growing IT Risk Management program which covers some 36 functional areas of IT service delivery, support, cyber security, strategic management, software development and governance. Previous to his current role, Mr. Thompson spent nearly 7 years as the Vice President of Enterprise Security & Deputy CISO .He led a large multi-disciplinary team responsible for a broad range of IT Security services including; Cyber Security, Endpoint and Gateway Security, Security Governance, Regulatory Compliance, Vulnerability Management, Network & Forensics, Customer Authentication, and Business Continuity Management. Mr. Thompson is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional and is a graduate of the Richard Ivey School of Business, Executive Leadership Program. (University of Western Ontario). In addition, Mr. Thompson spent three years serving on the Board of Directors for (ISC)2, [pronounced “ISC Squared”] a leading global not-for-profit organization which provides education and certification for Information Security professionals. Greg was an officer of the board, currently serving a Treasurer and was the co-chair of the Foundation committee where he worked with the organization to develop and implement strategies which strive to empower members, and the communities where we live through information security research, education and awareness.
Kevin Henry is recognized as one of the Leaders in the field of Information Security worldwide. He has been involved in computers since 1976 when he was an operator on the largest minicomputer system in Canada at the time. He has since worked in many areas of Information Technology including Computer Programming, Systems Analysis and Information Technology Audit. Following 20 years in the telecommunications field, Kevin moved to a Senior Auditor position with the State of Oregon where he was a member of the Governor’s IT Security Subcommittee and performed audits on courts and court-related IT systems. The co-chair of the CBK for the CISSP and several other certifications, as well as an author with published articles in over ten books and magazines, Kevin is the principal of KMHenry Management Inc. and served until recently as the Head of Education for (ISC)2 and Vice President of ITPG, responsible for all educational systems, products and instructors for training programs. Currently Kevin is an Authorized Instructor for (ISC)2, ISACA, and BCI.