6th ANNUAL

Cyber Risk Forum

In Partnership with RSA Conference

Monday, February 7, 2022
Hyatt Park Central
San Francisco, CA

Plus Streaming for Virtual Participation

Cybersecurity. A Call to Action.

Cyber risk impacts every business in every industry. No one is immune.  From nation-state actors infiltrating and manipulating the world’s top brands for geopolitical influence to a radical revision of customer privacy expectations, no board or C-Suite can ignore cybersecurity.

But it doesn’t all have to be about the risks. There are major upsides and unparalleled opportunity for those companies who master cybersecurity best practices faster than their rivals.

As we continue to experience profound, complex changes at the intersection of business and technology—boards and C-suite teams must collectively work together to make smarter, savvier decisions and lead their employees to implement good cybersecurity habits.

In 2021, ransomware attacks are expected to cost the global economy $6 trillion.

BY THE NUMBERS

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41% of directors say the issue they find most challenging to oversee in their role is cybersecurity–the top issue, ahead of talent and culture.

2021 Corporate Board Member and Diligent What Directors Think Survey

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Cybersecurity is also the area where 75% of directors are most concerned about their company confronting a crisis.

2021 Corporate Board Member and Diligent What Directors Think Survey

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80%  of U.S.-based CIOs surveyed rated the threat level of a cyberattack or data breach for their organization as major to severe, on our 10-point scale.

CIO Confidence Index, September 2021

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53% of CIOs say remote or hybrid work arrangements increase the risk of cyber attacks or data breaches.

CIO Confidence Index, September 2021

WHY ATTEND

When it comes to cybersecurity, bad things can happen to good companies. Be prepared. Join us at the 2022 Cyber Risk Forum, where we’ll help you to:

  • Limit the disruptive effects of cyber incidents through an organization-wide orchestrated approach
  • Increase visibility into your business processes to identify where improved cyber controls are needed
  • Mitigate financial and reputational damage in the wake of a cyber breach
  • Understand emerging regulation that could challenge all facets of digital business
  • Ensure trust in a customer-centric business environment

Bringing together future-minded board members and strategic-thinking CIOs, this one-day event promises to equip your organization with practical insights for the year ahead.

AGENDA OVERVIEW

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

This exclusive, high-level event is specifically designed for Boards and C-Suite Executives.

REGISTRATION OPTIONS

IN-PERSON

Standard Individual Registration
$1495
$ 1,195 Use code CREARLY through 12/31/21
  • Onsite Event Access & Meals
  • Breakout Sessions & Networking
  • Complimentary pass to Day 1 RSA Conference

VIRTUAL

Standard Individual Registration
$ 695
  • Livestream of General Sessions
  • On-demand Access for 30 Days
  • No Breakouts & Networking

Attendee Health & Safety

Our community’s well being is extremely important to us and our goal is to host a safe and rewarding in-person event. Below are current requirements for in-person attendees:

  • Proof of COVID-19 vaccination will be required to attend RSAC 2022 in San Francisco per the City of San Francisco
  • Wearing a face mask is currently required in all indoor spaces in the City of San Francisco. We will continue to monitor this situation and make updates as this evolves.
  • Anyone experiencing cold or flu-like symptoms should stay home and get well.
  • Hand sanitization stations will be available throughout the event venue.

Learn more about RSA Conference’s Covid-related safe meeting protocols.

RSA Conference Pass

All Cyber Risk Forum participants receive a complimentary pass to Day 1 of the RSA Conference, the world’s largest information security conference, which includes the opening keynote and welcome reception for all attendees. Plus, special discounts available to attend Day 2 of the RSA Conference on February 8.

KNOWLEDGE PARTNER

WHAT PAST ATTENDEES HAVE TO SAY

"Very good, broad spectrum overview. At worst, a wake-up call; at best, very provocative topics.”
Bill Dawson, McGrath RentCorp and Wellington Trust Co.
“Program was time well spent. Expanded my understanding of cyber risk and provided info where I can improve board performance.”
Tom Fargo Huntington Ingalls Ind.
"Very informative. Insightful. Good new ideas, eye-opening. Good to be connected with RSA. Good peer interactions.”
Walter Higgins, South Jersey Industries
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