Cyber Breach Insights – An Inside Look at the Current Threat Landscape

Cyber Breach Insights – An Inside Look at the Current Threat Landscape

Location: Webinar
Start date:

10/31/2019 1:00 PM Eastern

End date:

10/31/2019 2:00 PM Eastern

Industries: Food and Commodities, Manufacturing and Distribution, Metals, Retail Dealer
Cyber Breach Insights – An Inside Look at the Current Threat Landscape
Event details

Service providers across industries know that a proactive approach to managing risk is the first line of defense against both known and unknown business and financial challenges. Whether it is in manufacturing, life sciences, high-tech, or media and entertainment, routine activities help propel organizations to achieve their goals and ultimately, success in business or can lead to failure. That same set of standards and adherence to routines are what can protect an organization’s data, networks, and IT system from cybersecurity risks of today and tomorrow. Daily activities can expose the organization to attacks or provide a solid frontline defense against cyber threats. The question today, however, isn’t “if” your organization will come under attack, but “when” and how you will respond. Or possibly more importantly, how long will your network be “at-risk” and how far will the threat have spread before you know.

In this webinar, we will discuss the current threat landscape facing every organization and explain why it’s important to focus on the ability to respond to and recover from a cybersecurity incident. We'll explore the implications of moving from a compliance mindset to a resilience mindset—discovering how a managed detection and response (MDR) approach to cybersecurity can combine people, processes, and technologies to provide a proactive defense and rapid response to real threats.

By attending this webinar, you will be able to:

  • Articulate the role that continual visibility has in monitoring the health of your systems
  • Describe the risks associated with today’s cyber threats and how “dwell time” could be a ticking time bomb for your IT infrastructure
  • Assess gaps in your current risk mitigation programs against leading practices
  • Identify what skill sets you need on your team today and what will be needed in the near future as AI and machine learning integrates into your organization

Taking a proactive stance towards your IT health is crucial, but so is having a rapid response plan. Join us to hear how leading businesses, consultants, and service companies are taking an integrated approach to IT security and threat management.

Who should attend

CISO, head of information security, security engineers, CIO, IT director/manager, COO, CFO, privacy officer/leader, and equivalent titles

Continuing professional education

Recommended 1.0 hours
Additional CPE information

Prerequisites: None
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Overview
Field of Study: Information technology

Presenters

  • Glen Combs, partner
  • Kiel Murray, senior manager
  • Chris Wilkinson, principal