Who should attend
- Chief Information Officer, Chief Information Security Officer, General Counsel, Director or Manager of Information Security, Director or Manager of Incident Response, Director or Manager of Information Technology, Incident Response Professionals, and Risk Management Professionals.
- Managers and above who are skilled in the latest practices in cybersecurity with 5+ years of experience.
About the course
Organizations of all sizes in all industries are being attacked from a cyber perspective. In addition to focusing on preventing a cyber incident from occurring, organizations need to be prepared to deal with a cyber incident when it occurs. This two day workshop will be focused on preparing students with the knowledge and best practices to prepare for a cyber incident so when it occurs, there is minimal impact to the organization and their clients.
- Learn the types of cyber attacks of today (i.e. Insider threats, theft of IP, business email compromise, ransomware, and distributed denial of service).
- Evaluate risk exposures of a cyber incident – non-legal (Business impact, reputation, and financial) and legal (Breach of contract, regulatory fines, and civil litigation)
- Understand the role of outside counsel – Understanding the legal obligations of the client, coordinating an incident under attorney client privilege, best practices to protect privilege, and the advantages of maintaining privilege
- Identify who generally gets involved in cyber response (cyber insurer carriers, brokers, incident response and forensics firms, e-Discovery for document review, notification vendors, call centers, credit monitoring and public relations/communications experts.
- Know the role of law enforcement.
- Create your incident response plan, playbooks, tabletops, systems readiness, and cyber insurance.
- Equip yourself with a toolkit for investigating an incident and eliminating gaps
- Types of Cyber Attacks
- Risk Exposures of a Cyber Incident
- Roles of Legal Counsel and Law Enforcement
- Developing a Risk Mitigation Strategy
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Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
We are happy to help you find a suitable online alternative.