[Past Event] The Rise of Cyber Risk & Identity Theft
As our digital footprint continues to expand, we become more vulnerable to cyber attacks that put our data, finances and personal security at risk. Cybercriminals are no longer just individuals, rather part of criminal enterprises that have built organizations that operate at international scale. Your security will rely on building a holistic strategy that monitors and identifies abnormal behavior, while securing your digital identity.
We hosted a conversation about the current state of cyber warfare and how you can take steps to protect yourself.
Josh is the CEO of Clarim Media where he oversees the overall strategic direction of the organization as well as works closely with the management teams of the individual portfolio companies to build scalable products and services.
Prior to Clarim, Josh served as CEO of Techonomy Media, which was sold to Clarim Holdings in 2018. At Techonomy, Josh spent 8 years driving sustainable business growth through strategic partnerships and new product development. He built Techonomy to be one of the leading media companies covering technology and it’s impact on business and society.
Josh holds a MBA from Boston University and a BA from Brandeis University.
Jeffrey is an entertainment industry executive and entrepreneur, who throughout his career has repeatedly reshaped the media landscape. He led WndrCo’s investments in Airtable, Frame.io, Quibi, Vise, Placer.ai, NexHealth, Deel, and ID.me.
Prior to WndrCo, Jeffrey co-founded DreamWorks SKG, serving as CEO of DreamWorks Animation, which he grew into the world’s largest animation studio, known for such iconic franchises asShrek,Kung Fu Panda,MadagascarandHow to Train Your Dragon. In 2016, DreamWorks Animation was sold to Comcast for $3.8 billion.
Before founding DreamWorks, Jeffrey was Chairman of The Walt Disney Studios, where he took the studio from last place to first at the box office with such live-action hits asGood Morning, Vietnam,Three Men and a Baby,Dead Poets Society,Pretty Woman,Father of the BrideandSister Act. He also oversaw the studio’s renaissance of animation, with such now-classic films asThe Little Mermaid,Aladdin,The Lion KingandToy Story.
Jeffrey came to Disney from Paramount Studios, where he served as President of Production and was involved in such films asStar Trek, the Movie,Raiders of the Lost Ark,Saturday Night Fever,Grease, and Best Picture Academy Award®winnersOrdinary PeopleandTerms of Endearment.
Jeffery contributes to a range of civic organizations as a donor and board member, including the American Museum of the Moving Image and Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. Among his many awards and recognitions, he has received a Palme d’Or from the Cannes Film Festival and the Motion Picture Academy’s Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award.
An engineer by training and entrepreneur by nature, Hari has a track record of founding successful businesses in technology and web security. He was previously founder and CEO of Endurance International Group, a publicly traded company he built from a start-up into a global hosting and email marketing company with an enterprise value of approximately $3.5 billion and more than 3,500 employees worldwide.
Hari is named on over 40 approved or pending technology patents, was named Ernst & Young’s 2012 Entrepreneur of the Year (New England), and was also named one of Forbes magazine’s most powerful CEOs 40 and Under in 2014 and 2015.
Hari holds an MBA from the Wharton School at University of Pennsylvania. He also earned a BS in computer engineering from Mississippi State University and studied Electrical Engineering at Stanford.