Fireside Chat with N.Y. Department of Financial Services' Cyber Chief
Watch SecurityScorecard and leading global law firm Debevoise & Plimpton when they hosted Justin Herring, the New York Department of Financial Services Executive Deputy Superintendent for the Cybersecurity Division, for a live webcast discussion about DFS' 2022 cybersecurity priorities, enforcement, recent actions, and future trends.
Justin Herring is the first Executive Deputy Superintendent at the New York Department of Financial Services (DFS), where he leads the Cybersecurity Division. The Cybersecurity Division focuses on protecting consumers and industry from cyber threats and is the first of its kind to be established at a banking or insurance regulator. The Division oversees all aspects of DFS’s cybersecurity regulation, including enforcement, examinations, and guidance.
Luke Dembosky co-chairs Debevoise & Plimpton’s global Data Strategy and Security practice. He advises companies on managing cyber risks, responding to cyber incidents, and handling related internal investigations and regulatory defense. Mr. Dembosky is ranked among the leading privacy and data security attorneys by Chambers USA and Chambers Global, where clients note that he is “calm, methodical and extremely thoughtful,” and that “he might be the most knowledgeable lawyer I have ever met.”
Sachin Bansal is the Chief Business Officer at SecurityScorecard who works closely with the CEO to run the company, and oversees multiple internal and external-facing teams, including legal, corporate operations, government, insurance, and professional services, all with P&L responsibility.
He has been with SecurityScorecard since September 2019, and has built and scaled the company's legal department and created a new government business line (including government relations). He has twice served as the interim head of HR, and was the interim chief of staff for 2022. Sachin has played a key role in the company’s recent transactions including SecurityScorecard’s first M&A in 2022 of a Professional Services business, and its $180 million Series E round in 2021.
He routinely briefs senior government leaders (including at the White House), is a frequent speaker (such as in Davos, as part of the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting), writer, and media commentator, having been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Arianna Huffington's Thrive Global, and more. He has been named a “20 Under 40: Influential Leaders to Watch."
Sachin graduated magna cum laude from Duke University and magna cum laude from Duke University School of Law.