Oct 3, 2018 Nutley

CIO Conf + Awards

CIO Conf + Awards

About

ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED. WALK-INS ARE WELCOME

This annual conference will address strategies involving IT, security, operations, compliance, finance and liability. Prior to the keynote, there will be remarks from the new Chief Innovation Officer of the State of NJ. In addition, awards for CIOs and CISO of the year will be presented.

Attendance at this event is exclusively for non-vendor CEOs, CFOs CIOs, CTOs, IT Directors, Senior IT executives, IT Managers, and sponsors/exhibitors.

Venue: ON3 • FORMER HOFFMAN-LAROCHE CAMPUS
340 Kingsland Street
Building 76, 1st Floor
Nutley, New Jersey
07110

PARKING: CLICK HERE

Please only park in blue labeled lots. DO NOT park in the medical school lot.

Sponsorship Opportunities

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Schedule

 
 12:45 PM

Registration

 1:30 PM

Welcome

James Barrood, President and CEO, NJ Tech Council
Joe Murray, Comcast Business
Beth Simone Noveck, Chief Innovation Officer, State of NJ

 1:45 PM

Keynote

Janet Sherlock, CIO, Ralph Lauren
 2:15 PM

Panel: Revenue Optimization in a Period of Disruption

Al Smith, iCIMS
Candace Fleming, Montclair State
Robert Bardusch, Valley National Bank
Deborah Cancilla, Atlantic Health
Carol Kline, Conduent

 3:00 PM

Break

 3:15 PM

Featured Speaker

Patricia Frost, Former Director of Cyber, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, Army
 3:45 PM

Panel: Cybersecurity - Best Practices

Terry Rice, Merck
Rita Gurevich, Sphere
Ray Lipps, Celgene
Darren Carroll, TierPoint
Anthony Valach, BakerHostetler

 4:30 PM

CIO/CISO Awards Ceremony

WINNERS
Public Company CIO: Bob Bardusch, Valley National Bank
Private Company CIO/CTO: Al Smith, iCIMS
Nonprofit CIO: Deborah Cancilla, Atlantic Health & Michele Norin, Rutgers University
Public Company CISO: Terry Rice, Merck
Private Company CISO: Fred Bargetzi, Crestron
Non-Profit CISO: Hussein Syed, RWJBarnabas & David Sherry, Princeton University

 5:15 PM

Reception and Networking

Speakers

Janet Sherlock

SVP & CIO, Ralph Lauren

Janet Sherlock is a passionate retail and technology executive who has transformed IT organizations, processes, solutions and platforms for the past two decades—particularly in the areas of omni-channel strategy, digital transformation and innovation, supply chain efficiency, and security, privacy, and compliance. Currently, Ms. Sherlock serves as Chief Information Officer at Ralph Lauren Corporation. a $6.7B global leader in the marketing, design, and distribution of apparel, fragrance, accessories, and home products. Prior to joining Ralph Lauren, Ms. Sherlock was CIO at Carter’s, Inc., the world’s largest manufacturer and retailer of baby and small children’s apparel and accessories. Previously, she led the Digital and Omni-Channel practice at Gartner, a leading research and advisory firm. Ms. Sherlock held various business and IT leadership roles at Guess?, Inc., Calico Corners, British Petroleum, and ExxonMobil. Ms. Sherlock currently serves as Board Member for Backcountry.com Ms. Sherlock holds an MBA from Marymount University and a BS from Penn State University in Supply Chain Management. She lives in New Jersey with her husband and twin daughters.

Beth Simone Noveck

Chief Innovation Officer, State of NJ

Beth Simone Noveck serves as the State of New Jersey’s first Chief Innovation Officer - a position she was appointed to by Governor Philip D. Murphy in August 2018. In this capacity, Dr. Noveck, a native of New Jersey, focuses on enhancing innovation in government and in the Garden State’s economy. Using better data, more collective intelligence and agile technology, her team leads projects, designs policies and advises agencies on innovative strategies to improve the lives of New Jerseyans. In addition to her role as New Jersey’s Chief Innovation Officer, Dr. Noveck is also a professor at New York University’s Tandon School of Engineering and a Fellow at NYU’s Institute for Public Knowledge. She directs NYU’s Governance Lab, an action research center studying the impact of technology on governing. Previously, Dr. Noveck served in the White House as the first United States Deputy Chief Technology Officer, and as director of the White House Open Government Initiative under President Obama. UK Prime Minister David Cameron later appointed her senior advisor for Open Government, and German Chancellor Angela Merkel named her a member of her ten-person digital council. She is a graduate of Harvard University and Yale Law School, and was named one of the “World’s 100 Most Influential People in Digital Government 2018” by Apolitical. Previously, she was selected as one of the “Foreign Policy 100″ by Foreign Policy as well as one of the “100 Most Creative People in Business” by Fast Company and “Top Women in Technology” by Huffington Post. Dr. Noveck has written multiple books, and has been published extensively, on how technology can improve governing. She tweets @bethnoveck.

Patricia Frost

Former Director of Cyber, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff

MG Frost is from The Woodlands, Texas. She received her commission after graduating as a Distinguished Military Graduate from Rutgers University, New Jersey in 1987. MG Frost’s previous assignments include: 108th Military Intelligence Battalion (CEWI), 8th Infantry Division (Mechanized), Wildflecken, Germany where she served as a Platoon Leader, Company Executive Officer, Battalion Adjutant and S2; the 8th ID (M)’s Protocol Officer; 742nd Military Intelligence Battalion at Fort Meade, MD as a Signals Intelligence Analyst and Operations Officer in the Army Technical Control and Analysis Element (ATCAE); 741st Military Intelligence Battalion at Fort Meade as the Commander of Headquarters and Operations Company and Battalion Operations and Intelligence Officer; Senior Protocol Officer for the 33rd Chief of Staff of the Army at the Pentagon; 82nd Airborne Division at Fort Bragg, NC as the Division’s Intelligence Training and Security Officer; Executive Officer and Analysis and Control Element (ACE) Chief for the 313th Military Intelligence Battalion (Airborne). Her tour as the ACE Chief included the 82nd Airborne Division’s deployment to Bagram, Afghanistan in 2002-2003 in support of OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM. Following this deployment, MG Frost moved to Hawaii and served on the Pacific Command J2 Intelligence staff as the South Asia and Southeast Asia Regional Desk Officer. During this tour, she supported OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM – PHILIPPINES. She commanded the 125th Military Intelligence Battalion and later the 25th Infantry Division Special Troops Battalion (STB) from 2005-2008 to include the Division STB’s deployment to Iraq in 2006-2007 in support of OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM. She later served as the Deputy Chief for the U.S. Army Pacific Commanding General’s Initiatives Group and as the Director for Executive Engagements and Services for the CG of U.S. Army Pacific Command. After this assignment she commanded the 500th Military Intelligence Brigade from 2010-2012 at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii. Returning to the mainland, she served as the G3, Assistant Chief of Staff for Operations from 2012-2013 as well as the the Deputy Commanding General – Operations from 2013-2014, for INSCOM. She was then selected as the Deputy Commanding General for Operations for Army Cyber Command at Fort Belvoir, VA where she served from 2014 - 2016. She currently serves Director of Cyber, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-3/5/7, Headquarters, Department of the Army. MG Frost is a graduate of the U.S. Army Military Intelligence Officer Basic and Advanced Courses, Combined Arms Services and Staff School, the Command and General Staff College, and the U.S. Army War College. She holds Masters Degrees in Strategic Intelligence from the Post Graduate Intelligence Program, Human Resources Development from Webster University, and a Master of Strategic Science degree from the Army War College. Her awards and decorations include the Legion of Merit (third award), Bronze Star Medal (second award), Meritorious Service Medal (seventh award), Army Commendation Medal (fourth award), Army Achievement Medal (fifth award), National Defense Service Medal with bronze star, Iraqi Campaign Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary and Service Medals, Senior Parachutist Badge, and the Department of the Army Staff Identification Badge. MG Frost is married to MG Malcolm B. Frost, who serves as the Commanding General, Center for Initial Military Training, United States Army, Training and Doctrine Command, Fort Eustis, VA, and they have one daughter, Alexis.

Al Smith

CTO, iCIMS

As CTO, Al Smith is charged with delivering industry-leading products to delight iCIMS customers. Additionally, Smith drives technology decisions and leads creative teams that continuously mature iCIMS’ product portfolio and drive product development strategies aligned with the company’s business objectives. Al Smith first joined iCIMS in 2015 as vice president of technology, responsible for overseeing iCIMS Labs, including product management, business analysis, development, quality assurance, research, architecture and production IT teams. Since Smith arrived, he has modernized internal development & test engineering practices, led a major transition of iCIMS’ data hosting infrastructure, and has introduced the company’s data analytics program, iNSIGHTS, and its platform-as-a-service framework, UNIFi. Prior to joining iCIMS, Smith held senior technology and executive positions at Revitas, IBM, Princeton Softech, HP, Bluestone Software, Astea and GE. His product experiences include service management, revenue management, contract management, information management, data governance and application server middleware. Over his career, he has participated in more than a dozen mergers and acquisitions.

Robert Bardusch

COO/CIO, Valley National Bank

Bob was appointed Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer of Valley National Bank in February 2018. He joined Valley in 2016 and had been serving as Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer. He focuses on integrating platforms, improving service delivery and efficiency, and fostering innovation to support the bank in operating with the right balance of quality, flexibility, control and cost. Bob also leads Valley’s digital transformation projects and all technology and operations-based aspects of the bank. Bardusch received a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering from The Pennsylvania State University and a Master’s Degree in Information Systems and Business Administration from the University of Pittsburgh. He also serves as the Chairman of the advisory board for The Pennsylvania State University, College of Information Sciences and Technology.

Darren Carroll

Director of Security Product Management, TierPoint

Darren Carroll is Director of Security Product Management at TierPoint, where he evaluates actionable threat intelligence against clients’ environments and assets and help them better respond to cybersecurity threats. Darren also leads TierPoint’s Global Cybersecurity SME team, which delivers expertise on information security, threat intelligence, analytics, and compliance frameworks to clients. Darren has over 30 years’ experience in IT and security, and has led multiple risk management, cybersecurity, and cloud architecture design projects and teams. Prior to joining TierPoint, he worked for companies such as SHI International, Sungard Availability Services, and Verizon Security Services.

Candace Fleming

CIO and VP, Information Technology, Montclair State University

Candace C. Fleming is the CIO and Vice President for Information Technology at Montclair State University, a public research institution with 21,000 students and over 300 programs. Previously, Ms. Fleming has held CIO and other executive IT roles at Columbia University, Cadbury-Schweppes, Pfizer, Inc., Warner-Lambert Company, Schering-Plough Corporation, and PSE&G. Ms. Fleming is a member of the Board of Trustees for NJEdge.net, New Jersey's regional network for New Jersey education and research institutions. She received her BSE degree in Electrical Engineering from Princeton University and her MBA in Finance from New York University. She is married to Tom Fleming, has three sons, and resides in W Orange, NJ.

Carol Kline

CIO, Conduent

As CIO for Conduent, the world’s largest multi-service business services provider, Carol Kline leads a global team of nearly 7,000. Carol works closely with the company’s business and operational leaders to evolve Conduent to the leading digital interactions company, helping clients confront the new realities of service delivery in the digital age. With the future of business services increasingly centered on the individual and digital interactions become the norm, a new experience standard has emerged: each interaction must be individualized, immediate and intelligent. Conduent is leveraging the power of cloud, mobile and IoT, combined with technologies such as automation, cognitive and blockchain to elevate every end-user interaction, driving modern digital experiences that are more efficient, helpful and satisfying. Since assuming the CIO role in August 2016, Carol has been leading a three-year strategic transformation program to give Conduent a leading competitive edge in the digital space. Combining strategic focus, incisive analytical skills, and disciplined decision-making, she and her team are tackling every aspect of the company’s infrastructure, platforms, applications, security, and processes. Carol has more than 30 years of experience transforming dynamic technology environments and global IT operations for large, global organizations. Prior to Conduent, she was the Executive Vice President and CIO for TeleTech Holdings, Executive Vice President and CIO for America Online and Executive Vice President of Operations for Dish Network. She also served in leadership roles at high-tech and communications companies Qwest and Ameritech. Carol holds a Masters of Business Administration from the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University and a bachelor’s in marketing and management from Ohio Northern University.

Rita Gurevich

Founder, SPHERE Technology Solutions

Rita Gurevich is the founder of SPHERE Technology Solutions. Rita went to Stevens Institute of Technology, in Hoboken, where she earned her dual degree in Computer Science and Mathematics. She went on to the financial services industry where she gained extensive experience in architecting, managing and supporting infrastructure systems. Rita then shifted focus and used her business-side knowledge to manage several product lines for software vendors, ensuring that the functionality of these products matched the needs of their customers. Ms. Gurevich started SPHERE Technology Solutions to allow others to leverage her experience from both the customer and vendor side. Gaining a massive amount of experience in quite a short period of time during the Lehman bankruptcy, the economic downturn of 2008 and the enhanced regulatory environment that dominated the industry, Rita was in a unique position to help many other organizations work through these trying times. She now leads her organization in providing business critical governance, security and compliance solutions to her customers spanning multiple geographic locations and industry verticals. Rita was named one of New Jersey’s Top 25 Leading Women Entrepreneurs by NJ Monthly and was a finalist in Hoboken’s Chamber of Commerce inaugural business awards as “Woman in Business”. Rita was also featured in the book “Legendary Locals of Hoboken”; received the Hoboken Chamber Award for “Woman in Business” and was named to the “50 Best Women in Business” list by NJBIZ. More recently, Rita was named a Smart CEO Brava Award Winner and was recognized by Ernst & Young in New Jersey, and has been named “Forty Under 40” by NJBIZ.

Anthony Valach

Counsel, BakerHostetler

The interest in technology that led Anthony Valach to an engineering degree now inspires a dedicated approach to his privacy and data protection practice. He advises clients on data breach response, risk management and litigation issues associated with an incident, and strategic methods to avoid future harm. As the former General Counsel and Vice President of Operations for a leading information technology managed service provider, as well as the Chief Information Security Officer for a mid-sized, regional law firm, Anthony is well versed in both developing and overseeing compliance with information security policies and procedures. That experience, combined with a background in complex litigation, provides him with real-world insight on security concerns.

Terry Rice

Vice President, IT Risk Management and Security & Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), Merck

Terry Rice is the Vice President, IT Risk Management and Security, and Chief Information Security Officer (CISO). In this role, he is responsible for the IT organization’s risk management and cybersecurity program including IT policy, information security engineering, identity and access management engineering, threat intelligence, security incident response and eDiscovery. He is a member of the IT Leadership Team. Terry also serves on the boards of the SAFE-BioPharma Association and the National Health Information Sharing and Analysis Center (NH-ISAC). He recently served as a member of the Healthcare Industry Cybersecurity Task Force which was established through the Cybersecurity Act of 2015. Terry began his career as a US Army Officer and served with the 101st Airborne Division, US Forces Korea, the National Security Agency and other units. Upon leaving military service, Terry worked in the consulting industry in a variety of information security roles. He then spent four years at Johnson & Johnson as a Director of Global Information Security. Terry joined Merck in 2007. Terry holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the United States Military Academy at West Point and Master of Science degree from George Washington University. He is married and has two children.

Deborah Cancilla

CIO, Atlantic Health System

Prior to joining the Atlantic Health System, Debbie served as SVP and Chief Information Officer for PinnacleHealth, a $2 billion care delivery system in Central Pennsylvania. There, she oversaw technology services and resources for 162 locations, including three acute care hospitals, 70 ambulatory clinics, 18 imaging centers and 15 outpatient laboratories. With responsibility for 190 IT professionals, Debbie managed numerous pilot programs and full-scale Epic implementations to ensure sustainability and data security across all new and existing enterprise solutions. She simultaneously developed resources, processes and governance to eliminate unnecessary outsourcing, saving the system $12 million annually and engaging Pinnacle’s own, internal IT team to ensure long-term sustainability and growth opportunities. Prior to her departure, Debbie was instrumental in helping to develop IT plans for the acquisition of 4 CHS hospitals as well as the sale of Pinnacle Health to UPMC. Prior to her role with PinnacleHealth, Debbie served as SVP, Chief Information Officer for Grady Health System in Atlanta, where she completed a wholesale transformation of technology and team to support the fast paced turnaround of the health system. Grady Health System was recognized in 2012 as one of the Most Wired hospitals in the nation as well as propelled from HIMSS level 1 to HIMSS level 6 under Debbie’s leadership. Building a team and implementing sustainable technology platforms was work also successfully undertaken at the Erie County Medical Center in Buffalo, New York by Debbie. Prior to her venture into Healthcare she worked in the financial services Industry for 11 years. Debbie earned an M.S. in Global Business and B.S. in Business Administration from Daemen College in Buffalo, New York. She has addressed audiences at Microsoft’s International Healthcare Conference, the Institute for Health Technology Transformation’s Health IT Summits, and events sponsored by the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society and Women in Technology International. In 2015, she was named as a Top 100 CIO and Top Female CIO by Becker’s. Last year, Becker’s honored Debbie once again, naming her as one of the Top Hospital and Health Care CIOs to Know.

Raymond Lipps

CISO, Celgene

Ray has over 20 years of Global Information Security leadership experience with respect to the developing of people and Managing Risk in the fields of Information Technology, Information Security, Data Privacy, Business Resiliency, Business Continuity, Change Management, Technical Training, Project Management, Risk related Metrics Programs, Vendor Management, Corporate Outsourcing, Right Placement, and Audit / Compliance. Ray has held Global Information Security and IT related roles at Celgene, Citigroup, JPMorgan Chase, Roche, Prudential Healthcare, Prudential Financial.He holds two Bachelors degree’s from Geneva College, and a Master’s Degree from Rutgers University.

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With the future of business services increasingly centered on the individual and digital interactions become the norm, a new experience standard has emerged: each interaction must be individualized, immediate and intelligent. Conduent is leveraging the power of cloud, mobile and IoT, combined with technologies such as automation, cognitive and blockchain to elevate every end-user interaction, driving modern digital experiences that are more efficient, helpful and satisfying.
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Rita Gurevich is the founder of SPHERE Technology Solutions. Rita went to Stevens Institute of Technology, in Hoboken, where she earned her dual degree in Computer Science and Mathematics. She went on to the financial services industry where she gained extensive experience in architecting, managing and supporting infrastructure systems. Rita then shifted focus and used her business-side knowledge to manage several product lines for software vendors, ensuring that the functionality of these products matched the needs of their customers. Ms. Gurevich started SPHERE Technology Solutions to allow others to leverage her experience from both the customer and vendor side. Gaining a massive amount of experience in quite a short period of time during the Lehman bankruptcy, the economic downturn of 2008 and the enhanced regulatory environment that dominated the industry, Rita was in a unique position to help many other organizations work through these trying times. 

She now leads her organization in providing business critical governance, security and compliance solutions to her customers spanning multiple geographic locations and industry verticals. Rita was named one of New Jersey’s Top 25 Leading Women Entrepreneurs by NJ Monthly and was a finalist in Hoboken’s Chamber of Commerce inaugural business awards as “Woman in Business”. Rita was also featured in the book “Legendary Locals of Hoboken”; received the Hoboken Chamber Award for “Woman in Business” and was named to the “50 Best Women in Business” list by NJBIZ.  More recently, Rita was named a Smart CEO Brava Award Winner and was recognized by Ernst & Young in New Jersey, and has been named “Forty Under 40” by NJBIZ.  


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Terry began his career as a US Army Officer and served with the 101st Airborne Division, US Forces Korea, the National Security Agency and other units. Upon leaving military service, Terry worked in the consulting industry in a variety of information security roles. He then spent four years at Johnson & Johnson as a Director of Global Information Security. Terry joined Merck in 2007.
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            [post_title] => Deborah Cancilla
            [post_excerpt] => Prior to joining the Atlantic Health System, Debbie served as SVP and Chief Information Officer for PinnacleHealth, a $2 billion care delivery system in Central Pennsylvania. There, she oversaw technology services and resources for 162 locations, including three acute care hospitals, 70 ambulatory clinics, 18 imaging centers and 15 outpatient laboratories. With responsibility for 190 IT professionals, Debbie managed numerous pilot programs and full-scale Epic implementations to ensure sustainability and data security across all new and existing enterprise solutions.  She simultaneously developed resources, processes and governance to eliminate unnecessary outsourcing, saving the system $12 million annually and engaging Pinnacle’s own, internal IT team to ensure long-term sustainability and growth opportunities. Prior to her departure, Debbie was instrumental in helping to develop IT plans for the acquisition of 4 CHS hospitals as well as the sale of Pinnacle Health to UPMC.

Prior to her role with PinnacleHealth, Debbie served as SVP, Chief Information Officer for Grady Health System in Atlanta, where she completed a wholesale transformation of technology and team to support the fast paced turnaround of the health system. Grady Health System was recognized in 2012 as one of the Most Wired hospitals in the nation as well as propelled from HIMSS level 1 to HIMSS level 6 under Debbie’s leadership. 
Building a team and implementing sustainable technology platforms was work also successfully undertaken at the Erie County Medical Center in Buffalo, New York by Debbie.
Prior to her venture into Healthcare she worked in the financial services Industry for 11 years.  

Debbie earned an M.S. in Global Business and B.S. in Business Administration from Daemen College in Buffalo, New York.  She has addressed audiences at Microsoft’s International Healthcare Conference, the Institute for Health Technology Transformation’s Health IT Summits, and events sponsored by the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society and Women in Technology International.

In 2015, she was named as a Top 100 CIO and Top Female CIO by Becker’s. Last year, Becker’s honored Debbie once again, naming her as one of the Top Hospital and Health Care CIOs to Know.

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            [post_title] => Raymond Lipps
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