Cyber Security Threat Management during a Global Disruption like the COVID-19 Pandemic
|Tue. July 07, 2020
10:00 am – 11:00 am
In today’s increasingly digitized world and with the economy, and the way we work being disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic cyber threats are on the rise. Now that nearly all firms are working 100% remotely, hackers have gotten creative once again. Aside from the inability to adequately monitor VPN access points and usage of equipment, the fear and distraction due to the virus and the lock-down measures, create a perfect backdoor into computer systems.
Companies need to be better prepared and deploy more sophisticated strategies and solutions to protect their business now and to consistently analyze if their systems were intruded for a later attack.
This program brings together Cyber Security experts and practitioners from the U.S. and Europe to address:
Evolving Threats – Foreign and Domestic
● Adversaries growing in number and ability
● New technologies enable new attacks
● New systems & usages present exploitable and systemic vulnerabilities
● COVID-19 impact
Hacking Trends & Tools of the Trade on both sides of the Atlantic
● Hacking Trends & Tradecraft what changed with COVID-19 and what can we expect for the Future
Cyber-Regulation in the EU & U.S.
● What is the current regulatory environment?
● Unity and Divergence: How are EU and U.S. regulators responding to the new reality COVID-19 created
● Tracking tools to check compliance in lock-downs are not always your friend
Prevention & Breach Management
● Cyber Compliance is no guarantee for security
● How to effectively manage a crisis?
● Implications for compliance with cross-border Data Privacy protocols, California Consumer Privacy Act, and other protocols
● What companies on both sides of the Atlantic need to know to efficiently mitigate these attacks?
● Turning a soft target into a hard target: How to secure systems in a world filled with remote access points and distractions
Internal Preparedness Soft spots
● How to keep IT & Cybersecurity teams (and 3rd party contractors) up to speed and engaged
● How to ensure that employees are not walking off with the keys to the system
● How to address the risk of inadvertent disclosure of client confidential information
Surviving the Evolving Threats
● New Technologies
● Better Cyber Hygiene
● James Walker, Partner, RICHARDS KIBBE ORBE
● Nicholas Arpagian, VP Strategy & Public Affairs, ORANGE CYBER DEFENSE
● Ashley Hurst, Partner, International Sector Leader, Tech, Media and Communications, OSBORNE CLARKE
● Robert Gardner, Founding Member, NEW WORLD TECHNOLOGY PARTNERS
10:00am EST | 4:00pm CET
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