Legacy Software Challenges and Risks
Andreas Wuchner Group Head IT and Risk Governance at Credit Suisse
Jason Lewkowicz Global Chief Information Security Officer at Cognizant
Jonathan Yaron Chief Executive Officer at Accellion
Join this panel discussion to learn the dramatic challenges and risks companies face when they stay on legacy software.
Business leaders frequently drag their feet when the time comes to upgrade legacy software. They fall back on quick fixes and homegrown workarounds for heavily customized and integrated software solutions to avoid a risky and expensive upgrade. Big technology advances and a heightened threat landscape, however, require businesses to upgrade. Adherence to a “if it ain’t broken, don’t fix it” mentality could spell disaster.
- Understand the risks of staying on legacy systems
- Know the challenges to overcome when upgrading legacy systems
- Considerations for choosing the right time to upgrade
- Best practices on how to upgrade with minimal impact to the business
About The Speakers
Andreas Wuchner is a 25 year global risk management veteran. He is a frequent speaker and presenter on the topic. He is also the co-author of Advancing Cyber Resilience: Principles and Tools for Boards, published by the World Economic Forum. Andreas is currently the Group Head IT and Risk Governance at Credit Suisse in Switzerland.
Jason Lewkowicz is an experienced senior executive with over 2 decades in various aspects of business, specializing in: information security, risk governance, crisis management, technology consulting, outsourcing and operations. He is currently the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for Cognizant Technology Services supporting their global business.
Jonathan Yaron was appointed Chairman of Accellion’s board of directors in September 2015 and named CEO in January 2017. He has over 25 years of enterprise software industry experience as well as extensive strategic and operational expertise. Prior to Accellion, Jonathan was Founder, CEO and Chairman of Enigma, a service lifecycle management company, a position he held for 21 years, before selling the business to PTC.