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Sundeep Nehra, Principal, Cybersecurity leader,  Financial Services Office, Ernst & Young LLP

As a Principal in the Financial Services Office, Sundeep leads the Integrated Cyber and Resiliency Risk practice. He advises clients on issues related to cyber, technology and resiliency, as well as regulatory risk-related matters. Sundeep's professional skill sets involve enterprise risk management, core banking implementations, property and casualty insurance implementations, and large system design and development. Having more than 27 years of management consulting experience, Sundeep's primary focus is in financial services. His international experience includes leading global teams in US, India, Australia, Africa and Europe.

 

 

Mary Kay Vona, Principal,  People Advisory Services leader,  Financial Services Office,  Ernst & Young LLP

 

Dr. Mary Kay Vona is a nationally known financial services leader in EY's People Advisory Services. Her 35 years in consulting Fortune 500 companies makes her an asset to financial services firms in the areas of talent strategy, change management and business transformation.  Dr. Vona has held leadership roles in Human Capital Management at PwC and IBM, where she led the firm's communication sector.  At IBM, she also was Global Learning Partner, driving learning solutions, client relationships, staff development and thought leadership around the globe.

 

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