Join me for IQPC’s Cyber-Risk & Data Breach Management Summit
Are you looking for a conference discussing cyber risk and data breach management issues? Do you want to network with industry insiders, compare products and strategies, and to learn valuable information on potential cyber risks and liabilities? If you do, then you’ll want to join me at the IQPC Cyber-Risk & Data Breach Management Summit on November 30-December 2, 2011.
Here are the introductory details:
Managing the Risk and Impact of Data Breaches without Disrupting Business Innovation and Growth
Virtually every business today is facing cyber risks, ranging from the loss of information on a single laptop to disruption of its entire business due to a data center outage or attack. In today’s information economy, the protection of data is a key element in the long-term competitiveness and survival of commercial organizations. Whether faced by a regulatory investigation or litigation stemming from a data breach organizations have understand and address the cyber risks they continually face and exercise due care in implementing policies to protect their business and comply with regulations. Effective cyber security depends on coordinated, integrated preparations for responding to and recovering from, a range of possible cyber attacks. The best approach to information security incorporates risk management as part of the firm’s overall strategy and objectives.
This conference will provide an innovative and fresh eye to traditional cyber security processes and tools, and will present ideas and real-life examples that you can apply to your organization’s risk management programs. Furthermore, this conference will highlight how cyber risk insurance can protect your company in the event it suffers a breach and mitigate your risk.
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NOVEMBER 30 – DECEMBER 2, 2011 | SENTRY CENTER, NEW YORK, NY
My panel will be on December 2, at 9:45 am:
Lessons from the Latest Litigation and Enforcement Actions Resulting from a Breach
This session will examine case studies based on recent litigation as a result of data breach incidents that will help you learn to recognize the potential weaknesses that present themselves prior to an account data
compromise. You will learn the most up-to-date detection and prevention practices your organization can implement to prevent a potentially damaging breach from occurring.
Interested in attending? [ Register Now ]
Update: If you’d like to attend, and would like a huge discount (seriously huge, way bigger than your typical cyber Monday discounts), let me know ASAP, and I’ll put you in touch with the organizer.
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Note: as a speaker at the conference, I will not be charged a fee to attend the remainder of the conference.