Nov 10 Lunch & Learn

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Topic: Ethics Week Keynote: An Interview with Steven Bay, Edward Snowden’s Former Supervisor

Summary: Join Steven Bay, Edward Snowden’s former supervisor at the NSA, as he recounts Snowden’s story and reflects on recognizing threats, ethical culture, and accountability.  This lunch & learn is being hosted by our partners at Georgia Institute of Technology.  This event is not open to nonmembers.

Learning Objectives:

  • Best practices in recognizing internal threats to confidential information
  • How organizations can foster a culture that encourages employees to speak up internally upon recognizing a difficult ethical choice employees
  • Lessons learned on manager influence and accountability

Date: Tuesday, November 10 from 1-2pm EST

1:00 PM: Welcome
1:05 PM   Interview commences
2:00 PM: Q&A

Audience: This event is open to ACE members and Georgia Tech staff.

CEU/CLE: We are happy to provide up to 1 credits for NASBA, SHRM to all attendeesThis education activity has been submitted to the Compliance Certification Board (CCB)® and is currently pending their review for approval of CCB CEUs (SCCE), as well as to the Georgia Bar for CLEs.  Credits will be issued based on actual run time and attendance.

Location: An access link will be emailed directly from Georgia Tech’s bluejean platform.

Cost: No cost to current ACE members | This event is not open to nonmembers

Our Interviewee: 

Steven Bay has over 15 years of professional experience spanning the public and private sector. He has served in the Military, supported government agencies, and consulted for some of the largest companies in the world, and solved critical security problems for businesses of all sizes. Steven has proudly served as an Airman and Sergeant in the U.S. Air Force and as an Officer in the U.S. Navy Reserves. He has worked at the corporate executive level as a Chief Information Security Officer and been a technical consultant designing and implementing cybersecurity programs for Fortune 500 companies spanning the Financial Services, Retail, and Healthcare industries.

Mr. Bay was also Edward Snowden’s boss. While much has been written and spoken about regarding the actions and impact of Edward Snowden, personal first-hand accounts are limited. Steven was closely involved with Ed during his short time at Booz Allen Hamilton, the search for him when he went missing, and sorting through the aftermath and consequences … both professionally and personally.​  Learn more about Steven Bay.

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