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NYC 12/05/12 Luncheon featuring Edwin M. Jaehne, Chief Strategy Officer, KEYW Corporation & Scott Kannry, Vice President, Professional Risk Solutions Team, Aon

12/5/2012 11:45 PM - 2:00 PM
Union League Club - NYC

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Edwin M. Jaehne, Chief Strategy Officer, KEYW Corporation & Scott Kannry, Vice President, Professional Risk Solutions Team, Aon

“A Call for Cyber Awareness”


Despite concerns about the increasing frequency and sophistication of cyber attacks, reports continue to indicate that the vast majority of events are preventable. Experts indicate that organizations need to develop a culture of awareness, which can be more effective in preventing attacks than merely complying with industry security standards. This session will focus on the keys to developing such a culture, continued challenges and the nature of evolving threats, and the latest risk transfer and cyber insurance trends.


As Chief Strategy Officer, Mr. Jaehne is focused on innovation and the strategic growth of KEYW, expanding on existing technology and capabilities, and in communicating KEYW’s strategy, capabilities, and value to all stakeholders. He has served as KEYW’s Investor Relations Officer, working closely with the CEO and CFO to ensure effective communications with the investment community. Most recently, he is leading the launch of a new commercial venture for KEYW, focused on delivering a next generation of cybersecurity and awareness platform to critical infrastructure enterprises.


Scott is a member of Aon’s Professional Risk Solutions team and focuses exclusively on Errors Omissions coverage – including Professional Liability, Privacy/Cyberliability, and Intellectual Property. His areas of expertise include policy design and customization, client and vendor contract review, and M&A due diligence. Scott works with clients in all industry sectors, including Xerox/ACS, NASDAQ/OMX, ABB, CACI International, McGraw Hill and TransUnion.


The Union League Club (Library-2nd Floor), 38 East 37th Street (Cross Street-Park Ave), New York, NY 10016

CPE Credit:
This session qualifies for one (1) credit

11:45 AM Networking
12:20 PM Lunch
1:00 to 2:00 PM Speaker

Cost to attend:
FEI Chapter Dues Paid Members: $55.00 ($70 for Unpaid)
FEI Chapter Dues Paid Retired & In-transition Members: $40.00 ($55 for Unpaid)
Bring a potential new member as the Chapter’s guest. Contact Andrew Chase for details.
All Other Guests: $75.00

Guest registration is available online! If you have trouble registering a guest contact Krista Sackman at for assistance or check your email for the registration form.

Dress Code:
Traditional business attire, jacket and tie for gentlemen and equally formal attire for ladies, is required by the Union League.

For any further information contact:
Andrew Chase, NYC Chapter Administrator




Financial Executives International (FEI) is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: .


Instructional method: live
Recommended CPE Credits: 3.00
Experience Level: Basic
Prerequisites/advance preparation: none


For FEI CPE credits, one credit hour equals 50 minutes according to NASBA guidelines. Some states boards may differ on how many minutes constitute a credit hour. Contact your state board for more information.  Available in all State except those that do not accept Web-based self-study credits (Florida, Louisiana, Minnesota, Mississippi, New Jersey, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee, Arkansas and West Virginia).


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Chapter Contact Info

Ms. Lou Halstead
(347) 269-2950

Ms. Sarah Kuhns