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  • A CISO's Key Challenge: Creating Valid Security Metrics & Reporting For Security
    A CISO's Key Challenge: Creating Valid Security Metrics & Reporting For Security Bill Bonney (CISA) Vice President, Product Management, TechVision Research and Dario Forte, CEO, and Founder of DFLabs Recorded: May 10 2017 52 mins
    Cyber Security requires organizations to analyze and correlate data derived from the measurement of the right metrics. Every CISO is searching for the best practices for turning metrics and reporting into meaningful data for 3 important data sharing levels within organizations. Managing metrics and reporting for Security Operations and Incident Response can be a time consuming and costly project.

    In this webinar, our speakers will discuss how to strengthen and empower a security team’s ability to quickly assess and remediate security Incidents and data breaches.

    Including:
    • Review CISO’s guide for sharing SecOps and IR data with C-level, VPs, and Directors.
    • Discover true priorities in breach reporting.
    • Learn what organizations can do to improve the automated analysis of incidents.
    • Understand the trends and benchmarks in security automation and orchestration to include metrics and reporting.
    • How to orchestrate and automate processes and machine actions in order to mitigate damages.

    Hear from:
    Bill Bonney, a co-author of the seminal book for new CISOs, the CISO Desk Reference Guide – A Practical Guide for CISOs. Along with his co-authors, Bill has established the standard “go to” reference for setting up an effective Information Security program. Along with Dario Forte, CEO, and Founder of DFLabs who will also be presenting on orchestrate and automate processes. Dario Forte started his career in Incident response as a member of the Italian police. In that role, he has worked with United States governmental agencies including the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). He is Co-Editor of several ISO Standards within the 27000 series and holds the CFE, CISM and CGEIT certifications. The author of over 50 books and scientific papers, Dario has an MBA from the University of Liverpool and has completed select executive curriculum at the Harvard Business School.
  • Best key practices for GDPR and utilizing IncMan™ Incident Response platform
    Best key practices for GDPR and utilizing IncMan™ Incident Response platform Mike Fowler, Vice President, Professional Services and Steve Ditmore, Senior Sales Engineer for DFLabs Recorded: Apr 26 2017 34 mins
    The GDPR will apply in all EU member states in May 2018, organizations and businesses that are data owners and/or dealing with data belonging to EU citizens have the responsibility to ensure their processing abides by new data protection law and processors must themselves abide by rules to maintain records of their processing activities. If organizations and businesses are involved in a data breach, they are far more liable under GDPR than they were under the Data Protection Act.

    Complying with the new regulations requires operating to high standards of data security and protection. If suffering a data breach that puts the rights and freedoms of individuals at risk, organizations must notify the people affected and the data protection authority (Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) in the UK) within 72 hours of becoming aware of it. Data breaches occur every day - and the EU have just increased the financial liability and consequences of inadequate security.

    Hear from Mike Fowler, author of the popular white paper: Automation as a Force Multiplier in Cyber Incident Response. Mike will provide insight into how best to leverage automation to provide incident response and reporting consistency for GDPR.

    Steve Ditmore will present IncMan™ – Security Automation and Orchestration features covering:

    •Installation and set-up is measured in hours rather than days or weeks without the need for expensive professional services support.
    •Review steps involved in a mitigating and controlling a data breach.
    •Automation of menial enrichment activities, so incident responders can determine/contain and mitigate breaches more efficiently and effectively.
    •Enhanced visibility creating a layered approach to information gathering.
    •Incident management including response prioritization.
    •How incident and notification workflows are automatically assigned to an incident.
  • How will GDPR Impact Incident Response and Data Breach Management?
    How will GDPR Impact Incident Response and Data Breach Management? Rebecca Herold, President, SIMBUS360 and CEO, The Privacy Professor, and Dario Forte, CEO, and Founder of DFLabs Recorded: Apr 12 2017 62 mins
    Prior to May 2018, global companies operating by any means in the EU are required to be compliant with the new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR). Non-compliance will result in an expensive alternative compounding the situation with fines, penalties, and legal fees.

    Join Rebecca Herold, President, SIMBUS360 and CEO, The Privacy Professor, and Dario Forte, CEO, and Founder of DFLabs an expert on incident response and data breach management.

    This session will cover key GDPR compliances and how they impact Incident Response and Data Breach Management, wrapping up with a Question & Answer.
    • Understand the 1st steps for personal data protection compliance
    • Anonymizing collected data to protect privacy under GDPR requirements
    • Learn how to broaden Cybersecurity Plans with Incident Response Platform
    • Recommended steps for evaluating requirements for a complete Incident Response management plan

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