With the ever-increasing threat of data breaches and intrusions affecting all of us in our personal and professional lives, Cybersecurity is becoming more important. On March 10, Michael Geraghty, NJ CISO and the Director of the NJ Cybersecurity & Communications Integration Cell (NJCCIC), will brief us on the top three Cybersecurity concerns facing the State of New Jersey. Whether it is the increase political threat of Russia/Ukraine, Ransomware, or Phishing attacks, Director Geraghty will discuss the State’s current state of readiness and how the NJCCIC partners with Governmental, Academic, and Private Industry to improve the digital resilience of NJ.
Join your peers who understand your critical security priorities. Gain new perspectives, share experiences, and collaborate on real-life solutions to your most pressing problems. Come away with actionable insights and build a strong professional network as you engage with old friends and make new connections as we restart our In Person meetings on March 10th at The Madison Hotel. Networking starts at 5:30pm. The presentation will also be hosted on Zoom starting at 6:30pm
About The Speaker:
Michael Geraghty is New Jersey’s Chief Information Security Officer and the Director of the New Jersey Cybersecurity & Communications Integration Cell (NJCCIC) located at the Regional Operations Intelligence Center. Director Geraghty manages the day-to-day functions of the NJCCIC, the State’s central hub for cyber operations and resources.
Michael Geraghty brings a wealth of public and private-sector experience to this role, having served as Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) of the Hudson’s Bay Company, Chief Information Officer of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, and Vice President of High Technology Investigations at Prudential Financial. Previously, Geraghty served 12 years with the New Jersey State Police, where he led the formation and development of the High Technology Crimes Investigations Unit.