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EDT: 10:00 a.m. | PDT: 7:00 a.m. | BST: 15:00 A commitment to resilience will equip your digital business with the mindset, resources and planning to recover from inevitable disruptions. Security and risk management leaders should join this webinar to learn the practices that allow a business to continue to support objectives with steady functionality and efficiency. We explore how resilient processes meet the "always on, from anywhere" expectations of customers and the workforce, as resilience must become standard operating procedure and be built into day-to-day operations.
May 21 AEST: 11:00 a.m. (May 20 EDT: 9:00 p.m. | PDT: 6:00 p.m.) The complexity and speed of change affecting digital business challenges the basic principles of information risk and security management. Many organizations still lack a formal digital (or cyber) security program with a clear vision of what they must achieve. This webinar introduces an actionable vision for security and risk management and discusses the most integral components of security as a part of an effective digital platform strategy.
The deadline for compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is just days away. Organizations that collect personal data on citizens from the European Union (EU) regardless of geographic location will want to know the best way to put GDPR into context and address key requirements of the privacy regulation. This webinar highlights important differences between how the US has historically addressed privacy compared to Europe and the EU specifically. This presentation offers practical guidance on how to address certain key areas of the regulation by incorporating existing security and business continuity management (BCM) practices into the overall GDPR strategy.
Every organization, not just major corporations and government entities, is at risk of being hacked by advanced advisories.In this webinar, we review three case study incidents to highlight the root cause and lessons learned from major hacks. The three incidents we highlight represent the state of the art at the time and/or they illustrate changing patterns that security planners must consider. This discussion focuses on publicly available information that has been corroborated by conversations with people familiar with the details of these events.
Cybersecurity and technology risk functions are often a bottomless pit of demand, expectation, and cost. CIOs should address technology risk and cybersecurity challenges through the lens of business value to deliver appropriate levels of protection that support business outcomes. A mature risk and security function can offer defined levels of protection at defined cost making it possible to manage expectations with non-IT parts of the business. In this webinar, you will learn to transform technology risk and cybersecurity into a business function.
Organizations are attempting to grow their digital security teams as way to combat intensifying security threats. However, this also means that the existing shortage in qualified, experienced digital security talent is increasing. This webinar presentation, based on case studies, will share how taking a "lean" approach to staffing your digital security team can help you alleviate this challenge.
As organizations struggle to deal with the evolving security threat landscape, there has been a resurgence in interest on deception techniques. Simple honeypots have evolved into distributed deception platforms and existing security solutions have also started to include deception components. This webinar focuses on using deception as a "low-friction" method to detect lateral threat movement and as an alternative or a complement to other detection technologies.
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) hovers over organizations like the sword of Damocles, with fines theoretically at an all-time high. Beyond that, there are, of course, many reasons to 'get privacy', including consumer trust, employee satisfaction and proper ethics. Organizations are at different levels of preparation toward GDPR compliance. Join this webinar to make sure your organization is properly prepared and that you haven't overlooked any of the top 10 basic changes that need your attention before and after May 25, 2018.