Join us to learn about our many members-only resources and activities, and to meet your fellow CEO Trustees (members).
Additional dates will be scheduled to meet new member needs and schedule constraints.
IMPORTANT: This is a video conference. For full participation, please join via web-based device with video capability. Registration is necessary in order to receive dial-in details.
If you are a CEO and would like to see if you qualify for membership, register online.
Cyber threats, data breaches, and corporate fraud have led to the downfall of entire organizations, massive investment losses, significant legal costs, and more than a few top executives and directors losing their jobs and their reputations. As CEO’s, we must ensure that our companies' most important business assets remain secure and that we address threats to our technology in this age of cyber risks. However, preventing and/or managing these risks is a daunting task. Join us for a timely discussion on how to identify and protect your company from these threats including incidence response planning and cyber insurance.
5:30 - 6:00 PM - Cocktail Reception6:00 - 7:00 PM - Program
If you are a CEO and would like to see if you qualify to attend this event, register online.
Independent Director / Cyber Security Expert / Fortune 500 CIO / Public & Private CEO
William has an extensive background in technology and security, having served as CEO, CTO, and CIO, and on the Boards of both public and private companies including Michael’s Stores, Xerox, EDS and Accenture. Executive experience includes NASDAQ-traded CEO, Fortune 50 CTO, Fortune 500 CIO, Fortune 200 Chief Procurement Officer, and SVP Sales and Business Development. He is Cyber Security Certified and has led some of the largest technology organizations in the world and has operating experience in 124 countries.
David ClarkManaging Counsel, Technology, Data Privacy & Security at 7-Eleven
David is certified as CIPP/US, CIPT, and FIP. David brings a unique combination of legal, business, technology and business to his role at 7-Eleven where he supports the Information Technology (IT) department and all related technology matters across all business functions and is responsible for legal support for data privacy and security and digital initiatives where he focuses on emerging technology.
Associate at Foley Gardere
Eddie has over 20 years of experience as an information security professional, primarily focused on the effects of new technology and emerging law on personal privacy. Eddie holds both the Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM) and Certified Information Privacy Professional/Government (CIPP/G) certifications. Eddie has performed hundreds of penetration tests and is a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) and Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH). He has managed technical teams performing all aspects of information security, including credentialing functions, firewall and IDS/IPS deployment and monitoring, as well as incident response. Eddie is also a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), and has developed information security policies, standards and guidelines that balance protection of information assets with legal and functional requirements. In his role as Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) and cybersecurity coordinator for the state of Texas, Eddie modernized Texas’ information security rules, developed statewide security controls and worked with the Texas legislature to implement strong information security standards in law. As a former CISO for a large and diverse enterprise, Eddie understands the challenges that organizations face as they address emerging cybersecurity threats.
WILL THE PARADES ON WALL STREET
AND MAIN STREET HIT A POTHOLE?
With the close of the first quarter, a significant milestone was crossed by the economy, or by “Main Street,” as it’s sometimes called. The U.S. economic expansion has now become the second-longest since 1930. On Wall Street, stocks powered higher, extending their run, which (if it continues) is already the second-strongest in the last 100 years. The parades on Main St. and Wall St. successfully shook off concerns over rising wages and higher interest rates. Will it continue?
Join fellow CEOs for a delicious dinner and an economic overview with John Traynor. This CEO Trust event will engage CEOs to better interpret the evolving dynamics of the economy and provide greater insight into the inevitable challenges and opportunities we and our businesses will face in our future economy.
6:00 - 6:30 pm - Cocktail Reception
6:30 - 7:30 pm - Dinner and Presentation
John S. Traynor is Chief Investment Officer of People's United Wealth Management. He directs the overall investment process and has ultimate responsibility for the work of various investment committees. He also serves as the chief spokesman for the firm’s investment outlook through regular strategy briefings. He appears regularly on CNBC, Nightly Business Report and Fox Business Network, as well as being quoted in the NY Times and Wall Street Journal.
Experience: Prior to joining People’s United Wealth Management in 2011, John served as Director of Investment Strategy and Alternative Investments at Hawthorn, a $22 billion family office in the PNC Financial Services Group.
Education: Villanova University, bachelor’s degree in business administration with a concentration in finance
This CEO Trust event will engage CEOs to better interpret the evolving dynamics of the local economy and provide greater insight into the inevitable challenges and opportunities employers and their employees will face in our future economy, both locally and beyond.
7:30 - 8:00 am - Gathering and Coffee
8:00 - 9:00 am - Breakfast and Presentation
Paul Sloate is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Green Drake Advisors. He has spent over 30 years advising individuals, families, businesses, and institutions on wealth management, investment management, and global economics, serving in senior roles with companies such as Wellington Management and BlackRock Financial Management. Mr. Sloate has appeared on TV on numerous occasions to share his expertise with the public and hosted Money Matters TV for many years. In addition to his time given to sharing his knowledge, Mr. Sloate has served on industry bodies such as the Financial Accounting Policy Committee of the Association for Investment Management & Research.
Collaborative Environment of Authentic Leaders and Generous SpiritsUnforgettable Exchanges . . . Breakthrough Insights . . . New and Strengthening Relationships