Security, Privacy & Trust Speaker Series Event: Gerasimos (Gerry) J. Stellatos, “Lessons Learned from Cyber Incidents"
March 24, 2022
Security, Privacy, and Trust invites you to our Speaker Series Event co-sponsored by the Commonwealth Cyber Initiative (CCI) Southwest Virginia featuring guest speaker, Gerasimos (Gerry) J. Stellatos, a Principal in PwC’s (PricewaterhouseCoopers) Cyber Threat Management practice.
Mr. Stellatos’s talk, “Lessons Learned from Cyber Incidents” will feature:
- Overview of Cyber Threat Landscape
- Common Themes Across Cyber Security Incidents
- Case Study
This event will take place in room 170 New Classroom Building (ISERC Classroom) from 3:00-4:15 p.m. This event is open to everyone. If you cannot attend in person, please contact email@example.com for Zoom meeting ID and passcode.
About our Speaker
Gerasimos (Gerry) J. Stellatos is a Principal in PwC’s Cyber Threat Management practice where he is the national lead for incident readiness and response engagements. Gerry has extensive experience developing strategies in matters involving sensitive data breaches, intellectual property theft, and cyber risk management. Gerry has also led large complex organizations, building teams from the ground up and growing revenue by increasing market share.
At PwC, Gerry has led or contributed to solution development and delivery in the following core areas:
- Incident Readiness, Response, Remediation, and Recovery
- Technical & Operational Resilience
- Threat Modeling
- Supply Chain Risk
- Security Maturity, Strategy, and Threat Vulnerability Management
- Forensic investigations and e-Discovery
Previously, Gerry was a Managing Director at Mandiant, responsible for leading the security consulting practice for the Mid-Atlantic and South East regions. Prior to joining Mandiant, Gerry provided Program Management and Incident Response services to multiple federal government clients.
Gerry began his career with the National Security Agency (NSA) as a Global Network Analyst and has also been a Professorial Lecturer for the High Technology Crime Investigation Program at The George Washington University. He has developed and instructed courses on file system forensics, incident response, and malware analysis. Gerry holds a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Utica College of Syracuse University and his MBA from Loyola College of Maryland.
Bio provided by PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP