Cybersecurity Forum - July 29
Lessons learned in cybersecurityPanelists:
Jarret Kolthoff, CEO, SpearTip
Shawn Tuma, Partner, Spencer Fane, Dallas
Harvey Ewing, CIO and CISO, MoneyGram International
Harvey Ewing is currently the CIO and CISO for MoneyGram International based in Dallas, Texas where he is responsible for Information Security, Governance Risk and Compliance (GRC), Data Governance, Legal Subpoena Response, and IT Operations and Support. Ewing joined MoneyGram in March of 2018 as CISO and became CIO in January 2019. Ewing has over 25 years of experience in Cybersecurity and Infrastructure. Prior to joining MoneyGram, Ewing worked at Alkami as CISO, responsible for information security, privacy, governance risk and compliance, and regulatory response. Ewing has a bachelor’s in business administration from Texas A&M University and holds seven industry certifications.
Jarrett Kolthoff is a former Counterintelligence Special Agent and the Founder/CEO of SpearTip – a cyber counterintelligence firm that protects the environments of their client’s across the globe through SpearTip’s 24/7 Security Operations Center. Jarrett’s civil casework includes investigations of Chinese cyber espionage, Russian extortion, hostile corporate takeovers, rogue IT personnel, hacktivists, international wire fraud and ransomware cases.
Shawn Tuma is an attorney internationally recognized in cybersecurity, computer fraud and data privacy law, areas in which he has practiced for over two decades. Shawn helps businesses protect their information and protect themselves from their information.
He is Co-Chair of Spencer Fane’s Data Privacy & Cybersecurity Practice Group where he regularly serves as cybersecurity and privacy counsel advising a wide variety of businesses ranging from small and mid-sized companies to Fortune 100 enterprises, across the United States and globally in dealing with cybersecurity, data privacy, data breach and incident response, regulatory compliance, computer fraud related legal issues, and cyber-related litigation. He is frequently sought out and hired by other lawyers and law firms to advise them when these issues arise in cases for their own clients. Shawn’s practice covers three distinct areas: Cyber Risk Management, Cyber Incident Response and Cyber Security, Hacking, and Data Breach Litigation