When: August 25 | 2022 Attend
It has always been challenging for security leaders to communicate the value of cybersecurity investments to board. Giving transparency about the weakness of organizations can be pretty uncomfortable but, it is essential to increase the Cybersecurity level. As an IT Manager, CISO, or CSO, your understanding of risk and compliance is intimate and understood in infosec terminology. You must offer board executives a set of data to help them make informed decisions based upon the optimal management.
When: September 8 | 2022 Attend
A huge percentage of data breaches start with privileged credential abuse. There are often many privileged accounts that today’s overburdened IT security teams lose track of them. Stop leaving privileged accounts available for attackers to compromise and insiders to misuse! Instead, discover and remove them to achieve zero standing privilege (ZSP).
When: September 22 | 2022 Attend
Ransomware is a type of malicious attack where attackers encrypt an organization’s data and demand payment to restore access. It disrupts or halts an organization’s operations and poses a dilemma for management: pay the ransom and hope that the attackers keep their word about restoring access and not disclosing data, or do not pay the ransom and restore operations themselves. The methods used to gain access to an organization’s information and systems are common to cyberattacks more broadly, but they are aimed at forcing a ransom to bepaid.
Recorded: July 28 | 2022 Attend
The COVID-19 pandemic and increased geopolitical uncertainty has placed new priorities and responsibilities on the shoulders of risk and compliance professionals. Executives have realized that stronger ERM programs are required to remain competitive in this new era. Risk leaders, in turn, are looking beyond the urgent ERM measures required to handle the pandemic to how an effective enterprise risk management program can be a competitive differentiator for their companies.
Recorded: July 14 | 2022 Attend
Cyber Risk Quantification can help CISOs financially quantify risk for senior executives, identify program gaps, and prioritize areas for improvement. Unfortunately, despite the obvious benefits, many CISOs are struggling to implement cyber risk quantification (CRQ)
Recorded: June 23 | 2022 Attend
No matter how mature a cybersecurity program is, there always remains room for improvement. Digital transformation continually expands the scope of IT processes, and organizations continue to grapple with resource, staffing, and skill challenges.
Recorded: May 19 | 2022 Attend
Data privacy continues to make headlines and be a concern for many organizations. According to a recent study by CNBC, 23.1% of the 39 CFOs see cyber-attacks as the number 1 external risk to their company.
Recorded: April 21 | 2022 Attend
According to one study by Ponemon Research Institute, about 53% of organizations say they’ve had at least one third-party breach in the past two years with an average cost of $7.5 million dollars, and the majority of organizations still have immature third-party risk programs. As a result many organizations today are making deep investments into cybersecurity and implementing third-party risk assessment frameworks (such as NIST and ISO) to drive risk management and protect against constantly advancing cyber attacks.
Recorded: April 7 | 2022 Attend
Being a security professional has never been harder. The increasing threat environment, expanding attack surface, and continuous stakeholder demands for transparency are only adding to the challenges. It’s no wonder that Gartner’s latest report — “Predicts 2022: Cybersecurity” — states that cybersecurity leaders are “losing control” of decision making in an increasingly distributed ecosystem.
Recorded: March 24 | 2022 Attend
According to a recent survey by security vendor Anchore, 64% of businesses were affected by a supply chain attack in the past 12 months, and this year supplier attacks are expected to quadruple according to the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity. Third-party breaches can result in severe financial losses, downtime, loss of sensitive information, loss of reputation, breach of compliance, fines, and other legal liabilities.
Recorded: March 10 | 2022 Watch
The average ransom fee requested increased from $5,000 in 2018 to around $200,000 in 2020*, and according to FBI Director Christopher Wray, reports of ransomware attacks have tripled over the past year. The increased frequency and scope of these attacks present not only a business risk for a company, but legal and compliance risks as well.
Recorded: February 24 | 2022 Watch
How do hackers survey your company to identify gaps in your security program? Rachel Tobac executes these attacks for a living! But she's not a criminal, she's a white hat hacker -- launching successful social engineering attacks to train others on the up-to-date methods criminals use to gain access to your money, data, or systems, before the bad guys get there first.
Recorded: February 3 | 2022 Watch
Keeping track of cyber threats isn’t easy. The sheer volume of information threat researchers must sift through makes it difficult to collect, analyze, and research that data on time. The key to success is leveraging advanced analytics. It has been estimated that it would take 8,774 analysts working full time for a year to process the same amount of security event data that advanced analytics can process in that same time frame. Advanced analytics takes you from simply monitoring cyber security threats to active threat analytics, management, and prevention.
Organizations today are tasked with meeting the challenges of the current business climate, one of which is managing GRC processes which are often siloed. GRC has a wide reach and impacts many departments across an organization, but when it is done right, benefits accrue. Organizations that integrate GRC processes and technology across departments can ensure the right people get the right information at the right times; that the right objectives are established; and that the right actions and controls are put in place to address uncertainty and act with integrity.
Recorded: November 16 | 2021 Watch
Cybersecurity risks come in many forms, and most importantly, risks are evolving at an increasingly rapid pace. Organizations across industries should work to implement adaptive cybersecurity processes that enable them to predict, prepare and react to the shifting landscape of cyber threats. The NIST Cybersecurity Framework enables organizations to apply the principles and best practices of security to drive risk management and protect against constantly advancing cyber attacks.
Recorded: October 21 | 2021 Watch
As organizations have increased their scope of vendors and partners, they have also increased their digital risk surface and are facing new challenges regarding vendor risk management. By taking a data-driven approach to identifying, understanding, and acting on risk, you can efficiently eliminate your organization's most critical third-party security gaps.
Recorded: September 23 | 2021 Watch
We are all in the risk business. No risk, no business. The biggest risk points are usually where the biggest opportunities lie to better meet your strategic objectives, enable and drive growth, improve reputation management and confidence in decision-making — and face fewer surprises.
Recorded: September 16 | 2021 Watch
Colonial Pipeline. JBS meat processor. Scripps Health. The list of recent high-profile ransomware victims is long and growing. So are the costs to recover from these crimes.
Recorded: August 26 | 2021 Watch
Data breaches are one of the world’s biggest cybersecurity threats for organizations of all sizes. A recent survey conducted by the Ponemon Institute revealed that 59% of organizations have experienced one or more data breaches caused by a third party, costing an average of $7.5 million to remediate. Incorporating current threat intelligence is critical to building and maintaining an effective third-party risk program.
Recorded: July 22 | 2021 Watch
Incident response teams, threat hunters and security operations centers need visibility into what’s happening on their networks so they can make sense of their traffic and move at the speed of attacks. Cybersecurity best practices have moved from protection to detection and response and the lens is refocusing again on data-driven security. Data is the key to making more informed, strategic cybersecurity decisions — and ensuring you’re spending your security dollars effectively. Continuous data-driven monitoring of security in your organization and in every vendor organization with access to your IT infrastructure is the only strategy that will keep you one step ahead of the bad guys.
Recorded: June 17 | 2021 Attend
Corporations give their law firms more sensitive information than any other type of vendor. Yet surveys show that 70% of companies do not assess the security of their firms and legal service providers.
Recorded: June 24 | 2021 Watch
Traditional Vendor Risk Management tactics are inadequate for understanding the cybersecurity posture of your vendor ecosystem. Your organization should also make sure that your program is efficient in its processes and works to enable business, mitigate risk, ensure compliance and that it fits into your organization’s overall structure. Whatever your company size and regardless of the number of vendors you have, creating efficiencies across your vendor risk management program isn’t just helpful—it’s critical if you want to properly assess the security posture of your vendors.
Recorded: May 26 | 2021 Watch Now
2021 is set to be an exciting one for privacy protection legislation as several notable privacy laws will begin enforcement, with several others falling in line to the new international standard set by the GDPR.
Recorded: April 29 | 2021 Attend
Procurement, IT, and Compliance leaders struggle to manage today’s complex regulatory environment, expansive supply chains, and compliance burdens. Difficulties increase as organizations subject themselves to additional risk by involving more third parties—suppliers, sales agents, and even charities—as regulations grow ever-more complex.