Join Dickinson, Holmes-Murphy, and SBS Cybersecurity as we go Into the Breach
Posted on 10/12/2018 at 01:01 PM by The Newsroom
Dickinson Law, Holmes-Murphy, and SBS Cybersecurity are pleased to present Iowa's latest cybersecurity webinar, Into the Breach: Responding to a Cybersecurity Incident from Start to Finish, November 14, 2018 at Holmes-Murphy's Waukee Headquarters. In this half-day seminar, a panel of experts will share tips to properly prepare and reduce your risk of a cyber breach and equip your company with the right tools and resources to minimize damage after a breach takes place.
Unfortunately, no company in any industry - large or small - is immune to the threat of a cybersecurity breach. For example, consider this scenario.
You're on vacation and are notified that a cybersecurity breach has just happened at your company. Your computer systems are locked down. Your employees are not getting paid. There is a message that your company's data is being held hostage unless you pay $10,000 in bitcoin.
You ask yourself: How did this happen? What do we do now? How do we fix this? How do I communicate to our employees? How do I communicate to our customers? What else did they hit?
Learning from a real data breach after it happens is painful and can leave your company with more questions than answers.
The panelists will walk through a real data breach example, including:
- How fraudsters gain access to your systems
- Incident Triage
- Internal and External Communications
- Managing Liability and Claims
- Identifying how people, processes, and technology can all lead to breaches
- How to apply the lessons learned after a breach
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