New York City | October 25, 2017

The CIO Exchange:
Collaborate. Innovate. Optimize.

As companies across industries embrace and implement new technologies into their organizations fundamental changes must occur. The promise of technology presents opportunities and pitfalls.

Collaborate. Innovate. Optimize.

As companies across industries embrace and implement new technologies into their organizations fundamental changes must occur. The promise of technology presents opportunities and pitfalls. For established companies, it’s about how to stay nimble while identifying and adapting to the new technology that is being unearthed and created by these newer companies. The latter faces intense competition as they seek to improve efficiency and integrate users.

On October 25th, Bloomberg and Nasdaq convene key stakeholders for this special half-day event to network and examine the common goal for all security, information and technology leaders — generate enhanced protections for client privacy, reshape industries, and figure it all out as fast as possible.

October 25 - Wednesday

12:30 pm

Registration & Networking Lunch

1:15 pm

Welcome Remarks

Speaker

  • Jason Kelly

    New York Bureau Chief, Executive Editor, Bloomberg Television

1:20 pm

Opening Remarks

Speaker

1:25 pm

Keynote Interview

Moderator

  • Jason Kelly

    New York Bureau Chief, Executive Editor, Bloomberg Television

Speaker

2:00 pm

Collaboration in the Enterprise

Technological advancements in artificial intelligence and machine learning are occurring at a rapid pace. These advancements will not replace workers, but will serve as a critical competitive tool by aiding employees in their work by improving work flows. This frees up human labor from time consuming and repetitive tasks, while increasing accuracy. This free time can be allocated to strategic initiatives, business development and improving customer service, all of which will have a positive impact on the company’s bottom line. This discussion will focus on the collaborative environment tech leaders need to build today, to provide new infrastructure that aids the future of work in its move from man versus machine to man with machine.

Moderator

Speakers

2:30 pm

Building the Plane While Flying It

Despite the popular myths that robots will take over the world, quite the opposite is true. In order for this man and machine partnership to realize its full potential new and existing employees must be agile and willing to gain the necessary technical skills. How can employers help employees identify their individual skills gap? What is the best approach to training existing staff? How does an organization balance employees’ career aspirations with the demands to create the company of the future? What are the talent development and retention methods that need to be deployed in order to migrate employees toward embracing new technology and acquiring the necessary technical skills to work alongside it? This panel will focus on how enterprise companies can promote a learning culture, as well as get the most from their development teams.

Moderator

Speakers

3:00 pm

Networking Break

3:15 pm

Emerging Tech: Reshaping Finance

What are the biggest challenges in emerging technologies? How can companies benefit from technologies like blockchain and machine intelligence, while protecting their positions and clients? How can it be harnessed as a competitive advantage? We will discuss the following aspects of emerging technologies, their benefits and viability, with Nasdaq's CIO.

Moderator

Speaker

3:30 pm

Securing the Future

For years, companies have struggled with the issue of locking down their systems to keep vital information safe, while allowing employees to communicate in a way that allows them to do their jobs, without tapping unmonitored systems. The more companies crack down, and close systems, to ensure compliance; it seems the more employees will seek out alternative and simpler ways to do their jobs. So, what's to be done? This discussion focuses on the security industry's perspectives on how they, and their clients, are trying to manage and acquire tech talent, while opening up wide access. Panelists will also share any success stories that solve for this paradox.

Moderator

Speakers

4:00 pm

Keynote Interview

Moderator

Speaker

4:30 pm

Networking Reception, Featuring a Whiskey Tasting

6:00 pm

Event Concludes

Speakers

Jason Kelly

Bloomberg Television New York Bureau Chief, Executive Editor

Adena Friedman

Nasdaq President and CEO

Hugh Thompson

Symantec Chief Technology Officer

Josh Brustein

Bloomberg Technology Reporter

Nick Percoco

Uptake Chief Information Security Officer

Grant Peterson

DocuSign, Inc. Chief Technology Officer

Jeff Schwartz

Zoom Head of Enterprise Sales

Jing Cao

Bloomberg Technology Reporter

Dan Heasman

MongoDB Chief People Officer

Aaron Skonnard

Pluralsight Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer

Jennifer Tejada

PagerDuty Chief Executive Officer

Max Chafkin

Bloomberg Businessweek Features Editor

Brad Peterson

Nasdaq Chief Information & Technology Officer

Michael Riley

Bloomberg Cybersecurity Reporter

James Carder

LogRhythm Chief Information Security Officer

Jim Dolce

Chief Executive Officer

Alex Barinka

Bloomberg Technology & Deals Reporter

Brian Stevens

Google Cloud Chief Technology Officer

Nasdaq is a leading global provider of trading, clearing, exchange technology, listing, information and public company services. Through its diverse portfolio of solutions, Nasdaq enables customers to plan, optimize and execute their business vision with confidence, using proven technologies that provide transparency and insight for navigating today’s global capital markets. As the creator of the world’s first electronic stock market, its technology powers more than 90 marketplaces in 50 countries, and 1 in 10 of the world’s securities transactions.

Nasdaq is proud to be the premier global venue for advancing capital formation to support innovative companies throughout their entire lifecycle, both public and private. Nasdaq is home to approximately 3,900 listed companies with a market value of $12 trillion.

To learn more, visit: http://business.nasdaq.com

Attendance is by invitation only.

 

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