The Global Forums Chair & Founder Jonathan Rossi will open the Tokyo Summit with introductory remarks. He will introduce Dr. Kenzo Fujisue, Former Member of the House of Councillors (Upper House) in the Japanese Parliament. (参議院議員) Dr. Kenzo Fujisue has a degrees from MIT, Harvard University, Tokyo Institute of Technology and Waseda University. His talk will be entitled "Cyber Security & Digital Transformation: The State of Japanese Law Past, Present & Future."
Your Company Has Been Breached: Now What?
12:00PM - 12:45PM
This panel will cover what you need to do to prepare for a cyber-incident, which can significantly reduce the cost of a breach, and how you need to respond to it especially when it involves cross-border data. Particular emphasis will be given to Japan and the greater APAC region as our discussion leaders are the foremost experts experienced in some of the most significant data breaches in the region.
Ari Davies, Partner, Deloitte Tohmatsu (Japan)
Ari is a Partner at Deloitte with over 20 years of information security and ethical hacking experience. Ari is based in Tokyo and leading the Offensive Security practice for Asia Pacific. His primary focus is the Financial and Technology sectors. Before joining Deloitte, Ari worked extensively with the UK Ministry of Defense and the rest of the Intelligence Community and has been trained in Close Target Reconnaissance by UK Special Forces. Ari has an MSc in Computer Systems Security with a specialization in Information and Psychological Warfare.
Scott Warren, Partner, Squire Patton Boggs, (Tokyo)
Scott Warren is a partner in the Tokyo office and leads a team that specializes in cybersecurity, data privacy and digital data disclosures in Japan and Asia. He advises on digital compliance, eDiscovery and corporate data privacy for global and local corporations. He also has significant experience in compliance, intellectual property, litigation, dispute resolution and government regulatory and internal investigations. He has provided advice to global multinational corporations in the hi-tech, software, retail, healthcare, pharmaceutical, automotive, banking, trading, telecommunications and professional services industries. Prior to Squire, Scott was the General Counsel at Sega Corporation and a senior attorney at Microsoft.
Cross-Border Litigation Challenges, Discovery, and Big Data
1:00 PM - 1:45 PM
Multi-national companies face litigation challenges throughout the world, often including discovery demands and requests for data hosted, maintained, and shared by employees and servers across offices. Companies and their attorneys and advisors must understand the risks associated with responding to discovery demands, sharing data, and coordinating different categories of litigation, including patent and intellectual property, trade secrets, mass torts, class actions, and commercial arbitrations and disputes. The panel will address how to manage obstacles associated with demands for data stored in different countries with different privacy laws and treaties. Topics that arise are: GDPR enforcement issues, managing multilingual teams of document review attorneys in different countries, government restrictions, preservation requirements, how to protect attorney-client privilege, and how to work with multiple business units to create efficient processes for collection and production. The panel will also discuss practical lessons regarding how to handle varying expectations within the company, coordinating resources, and developing efficient and effective litigation strategies.
Kathleen McConnell, Partner, Seyfarth
Ikeda Yuichi, Partner, PwC (Tokyo)
Remu Ogaki, Senior Project Manager, The CJK Group
2:00PM - 2:45PM
This roundtable discussion will be a unique and open conversation about the role of the CISO (Chief Information Security Officer) in Japan.
Dr. Anand Prasad, Partner, Deloitte Tohmatsu (Japan)
Saritha Auti, Global CISO, UD Trucks
Nebout Laurent, Regional CISO, Luxury European Brand
Cybersecurity Education: Training Employees & Managing Human Risk
3:00 pm - 3:45 pm
What is the role of security education and employee-based training programs? How does this look like in Japan in comparison to global company standards? Is cybersecurity simply a technical problem? How do you reduce and minimize risky employee behavior? Do security education programs need to better reflect the linguistic and cultural nuances of Japanese employees? What can companies practically do to address the human element of cybersecurity? This panel will be a high level conversation introducing the audience to cybersecurity awareness as a profession and what measures should be taken to address the current situation.
Jonathan Hiroshi Rossi, Founder, Tokyo Summit, The CJK Group & SAYA Security Awareness
Dennis Arturo Ludena Romana, Ph.D, Manager, Cyber Defense Team, AXA Japan
Diversity & Inclusion: Solving the Talent Pipeline Challenge (case study)
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM
This discussion will center on an initiative founded by Carmen Marsh that directly goes to the heart of expanding female cybersecurity professionals. SAYA Co-founder Jonathan Rossi has teamed up with Carmen to launch the first pilot program in Japan. Originally announced in 2020, this was thwarted by the pandemic. This panel will discuss our success in training hundreds of diverse women from all walks of life into successful careers in cybersecurity. Our challenge in Japan is to identify champions that will help scale this program into a career accelerator program that trains thousands of Japanese women into careers in cybersecurity.
Carmen Marsh, President & CEO at United Cybersecurity Alliance (Europe, US & Japan)
Carmen Marsh is a well-known technology leader, cybersecurity entrepreneur, and educator. She started Inteligenca after 20 years of working with companies needing leaders who understand technology, including Sony Incorporated, Stanford Research International, Meridian Systems/ Trimble, USC, and CEA.
In 2019 she launched a very successful, tuition-free fast track upskilling program called ‘100 Women in 100 Days Cybersecurity Career Accelerator' (100W100D) with funding from Craig Newmark Philanthropy.
Carmen has also created an international spotlight for highlighting the female cybersecurity role models with the first ever Cybersecurity Woman of the Year Awards GALA in Las Vegas in 2019, at the Black Hat conference. Each year, women from across the world get recognized for their achievements in the field of cybersecurity.
As the Founder and President of the United Cybersecurity Alliance (non-profit organization) Carmen Marsh carries out a very important mission and vision to unite the global cybersecurity community as well as provide a platform for women to learn cybersecurity, enhance their skills, and gain hands-on experience for a successful entry and retention within the field.
Carmen has also founded other global initiatives including the Ally of the Year Awards, Global CISO Townhalls, Sacramento Valley Cyber Salons, and DEI Include Cybersecurity Forum. These events align to one common goal which is to increase the number of women and minorities in the cybersecurity field.
Carmen has been recognized internationally for her outstanding entrepreneurial work making an impact on the cybersecurity workforce. In January 2021 she became SynED Cyber Hero. In September of 2021 she earned the Cybersecurity Role Model of the Year by Top Security Magazine:. Also, in September 2021 she was recognized by Circadence as the New Agent of Change 2021 for the Women-Focused Cyber Career Program 100 Women in 100 Days. In October 2021 she won an international award in Paris for the Global Executive or Entrepreneur of the Year: CEFCYS : EuropeanCyberWomenDay by Cefcys - Edition 2021. In 2022 she has received an award for one of the “Women Who Mean Business” Awards issued by Sacramento Business Journal.
Natsue Ishida, Vice President, Executive Officer (Managing Director of Legal & Intellectual Property Division)
SEGA SAMMY HOLDINGS INC
Nat is a legal and compliance professional with over 20 years of experience working for global organizations in the US, Japan and Europe. Most recently she was the General Counsel of UD Trucks.
Jonathan Rossi, Tokyo Summit Executive Director
Jonathan is an entrepreneur and founder of companies in the legal outsourcing, e-learning, SaaS & cybersecurity industry. Two of his companies are based in Japan. He is also the founder of the Tokyo Summit, a collaborative thought leadership learning series designed to promote relationship building and professional development.
Closing Remarks & Networking Reception
4:45 PM - 6:00 PM
Closing remarks by conference chair. Announcement will be made for the location of the cocktail hour. Tokyo Summit guests are asked to join for networking, cocktails and hors d'oeuvres.