The Eye of the Storm: Preparing for Your Next Cybersecurity Incident

The threat of a cyber attack hangs like a dark cloud over nearly every business now. It’s no longer as simple as cleaning an infected computer and putting it back in use. One strike can have a devastating effect on your business, spreading into nearly all areas of your operation. That means the risks of cybersecurity are no longer contained to the IT department—C-suites, boards, HR and legal all have a stake in keeping your business protected.

The time to be passive and unprepared is over. Knowing your responsibilities and liabilities ahead of a cyber threat or incident will help you understand what is required to protect your business assets before disaster hits.

Our Eye of the Storm webinar can help you be prepared across your organization.

Together with Felhaber Larson, we explain:

  • The definition of cybersecurity
  • The different sources and types of threats  
  • How to effectively utilize a risk assessment
  • Effective incident response plan strategies
  • Strategic approaches for responding to a breach

 

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