Why Should You Attend:
Cyber breaches have become an epidemic to businesses today. The average breach is not detected until after 195 days, leading to extensive damage to an organization’s reputation, profits and clients.
During a breach there are three types of communications: coordinating, crisis and compliance. While most (if not all) of the professionals focus on the compliance communications – those required to be made to regulatory authorities- the cybersecurity risk is greatest in the coordination and crisis communications. Trying to figure out what you are going to say, to whom and when is critical to a successful breach recovery and not something you should make up as you go along. Having a cybersecurity communication plan in preparation is a key element to surviving a cybersecurity incident.
Members of management and Board members who are responsible for managing and responding to business risks confronting an organization. Professionals who want to become more proficient at managing cybersecurity incidents.
Learn the role of communications during a cybersecurity incident. Learn the three types of communications and the purpose of each. Understand the misconceptions that communications only belong to the legal or communications department and how we are all responsible for effective communications during a cybersecurity event. Understand how to be prepared for a cybersecurity event, what the role of the cyber communication plan is and how an effective plan is developed. Understand the role of message maps and how to develop a comprehensive list.
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Who Will Benefit:
Jack P. Healey is an expert in cyber incident preparation, response and recovery with over 30 years of business risk mitigation experience. He has performed risk assessments and developed risk based cyber incident response plans tailored for the Fortune 500 to small medical groups. He authored the Business Crisis Diagnostic and Prevention Model™ which provide businesses with the framework necessary to identify impending business crises before they occur. He is a Certified Public Accountant Certified in Fraud and Forensics, Cybersecurity SOC and Services and Certified Fraud Examiner.
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