Hear perspectives of a military and government insider on how the private and public sectors can work together to combat adversaries’ campaigns to steal intellectual property and personally identifiable information, and how partnerships can limit the potential for havoc and disruption in our financial markets.
Blockchain, IoT, 5G and other rapidly changing technologies provide immense opportunities and sometimes immeasurable exposures to their organizations. Adopting new technologies is not optional. But how you prepare for their impact can distinguish you from your competitors. Learn how boards and CIOs/CISOs can work together to see around corners, incorporate risk considerations into their strategic decisions, and use new data to their advantage.
This breakout will explore how leading organizations are managing third party cyber risks. Discussion topics will include:
The regulatory landscape surrounding data protection and cybersecurity is ever-changing and fraught with landmines. As their state’s chief legal officer, state attorneys general (AGs) wield broad authority to investigate and take action on virtually any subject and in any industry—notably antitrust, cybersecurity, data privacy and consumer protection. This breakout will help you navigate how states scrutinize data management and breaches. Discussion topics will include:
It’s inevitable. Your company will face a cybersecurity incident somewhere along the way. How your organization responds carries significant reputational, economic and business implications. This panel will help ensure your team has the most robust (and legally-defensible) incident response plan in place with the right players owning the right details—from the board and CEO down to IT, legal, PR/marketing and customer service.
Yahoo’s and Wyndham’s cyber breaches provide just two cautionary tales to all directors—an increase in cyber breaches means an increase in derivative lawsuits, putting directors’ personal liability on the line. This session will help you understand what is and isn’t covered under cyber insurance, and help you establish the appropriate limits for a cyber insurance program based on your organizations specific cyber risks and appetite for risk.
As disruption has become the norm, board conversations have turned from guarding against cyber-attacks to becoming more resilient in the face of them. This session will explore the human factor within organizations to build a cyber-resilient culture – and, in particular, how board oversight can enable this effort. Veteran security executives will share tips to help you define your organization’s cyber risk appetite and ensure the company is organized appropriately to address these risks .