2021 Conference Chair & Content Committee Co-chairs
Diana Kelley - Conference Chair
Galina Datskovsky - Content Committee Co-Chair
Dr. Galina Datskovsky, CRM, FAI and serial entrepreneur is an internationally recognized information governance, privacy, compliance, security and artificial intelligence expert. Galina is currently a member of multiple start up boards. She previously held the position of SVP of Information Governance at Autonomy/HP and was General Manager of the Information Governance Business Unit and SVP of Architecture while at CA Technologies. She joined CA in 2006 with the acquisition of MDY Group International, where she was founder and CEO.
Galina currently sits on the advisory board of the Executive Woman’s Forum. She is a champion of the entrepreneurial spirit as she has served on the board of multiple startups, assisting with strategy and continues to support the startup community. Galina served as Chair, President, President Elect and Director of ARMA International (2007-2013) and has been widely published in academic journals, speaking frequently for industry organizations worldwide. She was designated a Distinguished Engineer while at CA (2006-10), was the recipient of the prestigious Emmet Leahy award (2013) and was named a Fellow of ARMA International (2014).
Prior to founding MDY, Galina consulted for IBM and Bell Labs and taught at the Fordham University Graduate School of Business and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Columbia University. She earned her doctoral, master’s and bachelor’s degrees in Computer Science from Columbia University.
Nafi Diallo - Content Committee Co-Chair
Suzanne Hall - Content Committee Co-Chair
Suzanne is Global CISO and head of infrastructure for the Alimentation Couche-Tard (ACT) companies, commonly called Circle K. Circle K operates approximately 15,500 stores globally with primary operations in North American and Europe. Suzanne is responsible for building a cyber security program across all the ACT brands as well as leading infrastructure operations across networks and platforms.
Prior to joining ACT, Suzanne was Managing Director at PwC where she led the Washington DC Cybersecurity and Privacy practice. She has over 20 years of experience as a security and technology executive and returned to PwC after several successful years as a CIO and CISO in industry.
Suzanne is experienced at aligning technology and organizations to drive organizational performance and growth. She has a proven ability to establish and align on vision, execute in organizations and diverse industries, and deliver solutions that balance risk, business realities, and operational impacts. Recognized for excellence in innovation, strategy, and information security that produces results, she creates positive change through business collaboration and high-performance teams. She has extensive experience with strategic planning, security and compliance programs, outsourcing, cloud solutions, and technology management.
Suzanne holds a Bachelors of Science degree in Accounting and is a Certified Public Accountant, Certified Information Systems Auditor and Certified Information Security Manager. She also serves on the Board of Advisors for the Executive Women’s Forum. Suzanne spends time in both Washington DC and Tempe, AZ.
Jane Harper - Content Committee Co-Chair
Jane has over 18 years of Risk, Compliance, Audit and Security experience. In her current role Jane leads a team of security risk professionals who partner with business and technology leaders to help them better understand how they perceive and manage information security risk. Throughout her career she has led the vision, strategy, implementation and sustain of, technology, information security, internal audit, risk and compliance, programs. The scope of Jane’s work includes various types and sizes of domestic and international organizations on multiple continents for the heavily regulated insurance, healthcare and financial services industries.
Jane is an Executive Board Member for the National Cyber Security Alliance. She was also one of the founding members of the Michigan Healthcare Cybersecurity Council where she Co-Chaired the Third-Party Risk Management Sub-Committee. Jane previously served on the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) National Professional Development and Workforce Committee and was one of the founding members of the Oakland’s Next___ Committee.
Jane’s contributions to her field through affiliations with organizations like GAISP, ISSA, PCISCC and WEDI have helped to shape the HIPAA Security law, the PCIDSS Standards and the GAISP initiative. Jane holds several designations and certifications MSIA, CISA, CRCMP, ISA, PCIP, CISSP and both undergraduate and graduate degrees.
Jane has earned several industry recognitions and awards, including Crain’s Detroit’s 40 under 40, Crain’s Detroit Notable Woman in Tech, Oakland County Elite 40 Under 40, and Michigan Chronicle’s Woman of Excellence.