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Neustar CRO & CSO, and MD Stanford University
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Tom serves as the CRO and CSO at Neustar, Inc. Prior to this role, he served as chief risk 0fficer and chief information security officer at DocuSign. While at JPMorgan Chase, Tom served as the deputy CISO, where he led cybersecurity, fraud prevention, and protective intelligence. During his time at Visa, Tom helped to launch the Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council (PCI SSC). Tom served as a special agent with the U.S. Secret Service where he established the San Francisco Electronic Crimes Task Force and was responsible for identifying, apprehending, and successfully extraditing leaders of a large organized crime ring in the Eastern Bloc.

Tom holds a BA in public administration from the University of Arizona Eller School of Business, an MBA from Thunderbird School of Global Management and an MPA from Harvard University Kennedy School of Government. Tom also teaches at and serves as a member of the Advisory Board for Carnegie Mellon's CISO-Executive Education and Certification Program.

Natalie Pageler, MD, Clinical Associate Professor, Pediatrics and Medicine, Stanford

Natalie is a clinical associate professor of Pediatrics and Medicine at Stanford University. She currently serves as chief medical information officer at <a href="http://www.stanfordchildrens.org/" target="_blank">Stanford Children's Health</a>, where she helped lead the organization through the transition of its comprehensive electronic medical record (EMR) system from Cerner to Epic. Through her clinical and administrative positions, she has spearheaded the development of innovative computerized clinical decision support tools to provide point-of-care education to clinicians and enhance quality of care, efficiency, and patient safety. She has also been active in shaping the curriculum for the emerging specialty of clinical informatics, and she serves as associate program director of the <a href="<a

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