How to Avoid Being the Data Breach Scapegoat (October 2nd, 2014)View Webinar
The number of security incidents has swelled in recent years and so have the number of CISO’s labeled as the company’s scapegoat. In a recent study, nearly 74 percent of C-level executives feel their CISO do not deserve a spot at the organization’s leadership team; meanwhile, forty-four percent believed CISOs should be held accountable for any data-related incidents. This puts CISOs in a difficult situation: full responsibility, without an executive voice. The session will focus on key operational protocols that CISOs can implement to create an effective incident management system. CISOs will learn risk-based strategies that will help ditch the “scapegoat” label and gain a spot at the executive table.
Attendees Will Learn:
- Real-world best practices for the incident management process, regulatory compliance, third-party compliance, and metrics for monitoring incident management on a consistent basis.
- How to identify current threats, incident and breach trends facing organizations and how to use that knowledge to reduce enterprise risk.
- How to shift from compliance-based tactics to risk-based strategies to effectively manage organizational risks and meet compliance obligations.
- How the internal and external counsel can minimize the liabilities before and after a breach event has struck.
Jeremy Henley, Director of Breach Services, ID Experts.
Karl Pedersen, SVP - Cyber and E&O, Willis.
Melissa K. Ventrone, Attorney at Law, Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker LLP.