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Integrating Enterprise Risk Management, Cybersecurity and Compliance in an Era of Big Data Breaches and Vulnerability

Recorded on: Feb. 21, 2018
Running Time: 01:03:51

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Taken from the One-Hour Briefing Recorded February 2018 in New York

Integrating Enterprise Risk Management, Cybersecurity and Compliance in an Era of Big Data Breaches and Vulnerability [01:03:51]

We live in an era of persistent information insecurity:  cyber breaches, data leaks, and the often-crippling consequences of these events for organizations and individuals dominate headlines and the public’s conscious.  Policy makers, regulators, investors, customers, and management are each ratcheting up scrutiny of and expectations regarding organizations’ information security practices.  High priced and increasingly-complex security solutions proliferate.  But practitioners remain subject to the gravitational reality of lean budgets and operational requirements.   

This One-Hour Briefing will describe key regulatory developments, recurring operational issues, and technical options and solutions.   The presenters will draw on their diverse, hands-on experience as in-house counsel and executives, law firm attorneys, federal cyber agents and forensic investigators, and mitigation measure technical experts to provide interdisciplinary perspective and describe proven strategies and methods.  The presentation is intended to provide attorneys, cyber and compliance professionals, and business owners and leaders with an Enterprise Risk Management (“ERM”)-based approach to successfully navigating this dynamic cyber risk environment.   

The following issues will be addressed:   

  • What are the current opportunities and challenges facing organizations to effectively mitigate cyber risk?
  • Why is ERM a key prism through which information security and compliance can be considered?
  • What steps can organizations take to better integrate ERM, cybersecurity, and compliance?
  • What current and upcoming regulations require organizations to show evidence of preparedness for cybersecurity incidents?
  • What are the most important steps an organization can take to effectively prepare for a cybersecurity incident in a legally defensible way?
  • How can an organization ensure a balanced preparedness posture while still addressing ERM, cybersecurity, and compliance concerns?
  • How will the incident preparedness and breach response requirements of GDPR govern your cybersecurity posture and response activities?
  • How does insurance dynamics factor into decision-making around cybersecurity compliance?
  • What emerging trends are affecting how organizations manage information security at the executive levels?


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  • Integrating Enterprise Risk Management, Cybersecurity & Compliance in an Era of Big Data Breaches & Vulnerability
    Randall Cook, Scott Corzine, Alexandra Peterson, Ted Theisen
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