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Cybersecurity: What You Don't Know Can Hurt You

Events / Monday, April 6, 2015
6:00-8:30 p.m.

Trump Parc Stamford
One Broad Street
Stamford, CT 06901

Do you know enough about cybersecurity to fully protect your business?

Fallout from data security incidents may include financial and reputational damage, and exposure to litigation and regulatory action. A proactive approach will help companies prevent many incidents and efficiently manage those that do occur.

Hear from security and privacy industry leaders and authorities on trends in cybersecurity, privacy, and cyberinsurance, and on creating a cybersecurity approach to help your business survive pervasive security threats.

Topics will include:

  • Today’s top security risks, including insider threats
    • Tailoring the right cybersecurity program for your business
    • Getting started
  • Role of the board of directors
  • Assessing the effectiveness of your program: NIST cybersecurity framework and ISO 2700x standards
  • Role of the regulators – SEC and FTC
    • The current regulatory and litigation landscape
  • Mitigating risk through cyberinsurance
  • Threat intelligence – Should businesses collaborate?
Moderator:
  • Judy Selby, Partner, BakerHostetler
Panelists:
  • Peter Ahrens, Chief Information Officer, J.P. Morgan
  • Pamela Gupta, President, OutSecure, Inc.
  • Betty Shepherd, Vice President, R-T Specialty, LLC

For questions, please contact John Bologna at 212.847.6996.

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