Are you ready to handle a security breach? Russell Teague, Managing Director, Mandiant, a FireEye Company, will discuss the Next Generation of Incident Preparedness. Mandiant is the world leader in Incident Response Management; no other company is involved in more of today's largest breaches. Russell will discuss what companies need to do to be breach ready, and how being proactive in your incident preparedness is essential and could save you from devastating cost.
Incident preparedness is more than having an incident response plan, it's more than having skilled personnel on staff. Come join us in an eye-opening discussion on key elements that every company should consider. Major security breaches have become part of everyone's daily news feed, from the front page of the newspaper to the top of every security blog, you can’t miss the steady flood of new breaches impacting the world today. In today’s every changing world of business and technology, breaches are inevitable, you must be prepared before they happen. Learn how to become prepared from the industry leader in breach management and ultimately control your cost in post breach recovery.
Register now for this compelling discussion on Next Generation Incident Preparedness.
Join Axcient for a Disaster Preparedness Webinar developed with the American Red Cross. This webinar will outline for you the 10 best practices to prepare for natural or IT disasters. Additionally, Axcient and the American Red Cross have created an enterprise-grade Disaster Preparedness Kit to protect businesses just like yours. Attend the webinar and you will receive a link to the toolkit.Read more >
Business continuity and disaster recovery planning are important elements of an enterprise preparedness program, but they are not the only elements. This presentation, by the chair of the technical committee that writes NFPA 1600 “Standard on Disaster/Emergency Management and Business Continuity Programs,” will identify the essential elements of an enterprise preparedness program. The discussion will focus on NFPA 1600’s current edition and the upcoming 2010 edition.Read more >
With the National Security Strategy recognising that cyber security is one of the most serious threats facing Britain today, the BCI’s finding that cyber attack has risen to become a top three source of disruption in the Financial Services sector and 2011 seeing the publication of the UK’s new Cyber Security Strategy; it is clear the time to prepare for cyber attack is running out.
Deloitte are more engaged than ever in helping organisations enhance their cyber preparedness and advocate this process as a crucial element to economic success and business survival. Amy will examine the cyber threat, the challenges it presents and provide an overview of Deloitte’s approach to cyber preparedness, including an insight into their methodology.
This webinar will delve into organizational preparedness, response, recovery, and business continuity considerations for active shooter incidents, including:
-Training and education before an incident occurs, so that individuals are empowered to make choices as to how they will react when confronted with an active shooter incident, as well as how to best coordinate with law enforcement and other pertinent stakeholders on preparedness measures for an active shooter incident.
-The importance of emergency notification, and having the tools and procedures in place so that they work seamlessly in emergencies like active shooter incidents that require immediate attention.
-The crisis management efforts required in the aftermath of an active shooter incident and associated challenges, including public information and outreach, deploying mental health and counseling resources, planning and conducting memorial services, and facilitating the resiliency of the organization and its people.
-Balancing the response and emotional aftermath of an active shooter incident with business continuity priorities and continuing essential functions and critical operations, including the challenges associated with dedicating the multitude of resources required to manage such an incident.
It is always a good idea to be prepared. A quick and efficient response to an attack on your network can save an untold amount of time, money and staff hours. Even more, in today’s risk environment you need to know what tools to have in place to flag potential indicators of a compromise, have a response team on the ready and have a digital evidence trail for legal protection.
Join us for an interactive discussion with guest speaker, 451 Research Senior Analyst, Eric Ogren and Trustwave SpiderLabs Global Director of Incident Response and Digital Forensics, Brian Hussey, to learn more about what you should do before, during and after a breach. Help drive the conversation by submitting a question for Eric and Brian in advance so we can tackle your biggest security concerns such as:
• What is the likelihood of getting breached?
• Best practices around building an IR plan
• If you’ve been breached, what is the first thing you should do?
Preparing your organization for the inevitable cyber attack could be the difference between serious business disruption and minor inconvenience. This webinar will focus on what organizations need to consider in advance of an attack to ensure that risks are mitigated. Dow Jones’ own Head of Cyber Content and Data, Rob Sloan, will be joined by two specialists who will share their experience and expertise.Read more >
Do you worry about the business impact of data loss if disaster strikes? Does your DR plan depend on complicated, error-prone run books and manual processes? Do you refrain from testing your DR plan because it's expensive and difficult? If you've answered yes to these questions, then you're not prepared, and your business may be at risk.
True business resilience requires investment, and monetary cost is only a portion of this investment. Developing the right disaster recovery strategy for your organization takes time and planning. Join IT Weapons and VMware for this webcast to see strategies and solutions that will improve the disaster recovery preparedness for your business.
Attend this webcast to learn:
•The 3 key phases to providing robust Disaster Recovery services
•How automating processes with VMware Site Recovery Manager 5 can simplify management and ensure fast and reliable recovery
•How IT Weapons Data Protection Services can help your organization
This webinar topic isn't meant to scare you. It's not meant to make you feel guilty either. But, it is meant to help you--by forcing you to think about your important business assets and a recovery plan.
Disaster is an ugly word. It's not something that you think about everyday. It's something you read about or hear about in the news that affects someone else. But you should think about it--and you should be concerned if you don't have a contingency plan for business-as-usual operations after a catastrophic event.
Especially in the past couple of years, Americans have been exposed to increasing national disasters, including floods, tornados, hurricanes and wildfires. And that doesn't begin to speak to fires, break-ins and robberies, etc.
The question is "could your business survive any of these types of events"?
Recent University of Texas research suggests that only 6% of companies could survive a catastrophic data loss, and that 43% would never re-open, and of those that do re-open--51% would be forced to close within 2 years. Plus, Gartner Research estimates that only 35% of America's small/medium businesses have a comprehensive disaster recovery plan in place.
We thought this would be a good time to introduce your small business to some very nice and very knowledgeable guys from a company called Firestorm. Founded in 2005, Firestorm is working hard to protect and to serve small businesses, like yours! During this webinar, Firestorm will provide you with tools and information you'll need to begin preparing your business--should any type of disaster strike in your area.
The best way that you can help your business today is to be prepared for whatever tomorrow may bring. This is your chance to learn how you can protect all of your company's assets--and an opportunity to ask our panel of experts about your individual concerns.
Work through the storm using Circuit by unify. Your no cost, virtual team space is waiting for you. Let us show you how to make your team unstoppable.Read more >
We recognize that your data is the core of all operational and service functions, whether it’s complying with healthcare regulations, deploying applications, or dealing with rapid growth. It must always be accessible. That’s why we developed key insights on how to maintain data integrity and availability when faced with a disaster.
Join us June 4th and we will guide you through how to create multiple layers of protection for your data to ensure it is always available and secure.
Join us on March 29th @ 11:00 AM PST for the "FDA Cybersecurity Compliance and Threat Prevention". This webinar, presented by Suzanne Schwartz, Director of the FDA’s Department of Emergency Preparedness/Operations and Medical Counter Measures, and Rob Bathurst, Managing Director of Healthcare and Embedded Systems for Cylance, will focus on the FDA’s best practices framework for medical device cybersecurity and innovative strategies on how to prevent advanced persistent threats.Read more >
Maintaining a fully manned and dynamic workforce is a key component of military readiness. While much of the force readiness conversation is focused on the warfighters themselves, equally important is developing and sustaining the talent that provides the military with the infrastructure to accomplish its missions.
The future force will require expertise in technology, acquisition management, exacting test and evaluation, sustainment of weapon systems and other highly skilled applications to support wartime operations, emergency preparedness and humanitarian missions.
In a time of tightening budgets: How do DOD critical skills gaps affect mission support functions? What is shaping force readiness?
Join us as we discuss manpower and talent required to support the warfighter and their influence on shaping force readiness.
There are crises and then there are reputation train wrecks. In the former, your organisation is thrown into a period of chaos that may last days, weeks or months. Stakes and costs are high, but by quickly demonstrating ownership, integrity, genuine stakeholder concern and swift action, your chance of recovering and even enhancing your organisation’s reputation is strong. Think Johnson and Johnson’s Tylenol crisis.
In the latter on the other hand, slow response, lack of responsibility, blame and insensitivity to stakeholders’ perceptions will quickly propel your organisation into a reputation train wreck that may damage and possibly destroy it forever. Think BP, Volkswagen and FIFA.
Indeed bad management and communication can turn a crisis into a reputation train wreck and only principled-based organisations with effective crisis leadership and preparedness can weather the storm and even emerge from it stronger. In this webinar, you will:
- Gain some fundamental best practice insight on how prepare for crises and prevent a reputation train wreck
- Learn real-world response strategies to protect your credibility and retain stakeholder trust even in the most adverse circumstances
According to Symantec’s 2011 SMB Disaster Preparedness Survey report, the findings show that though SMBs are at risk, they are still not making disaster preparedness a priority until they experience a disaster or data loss. Half of the respondents do not have a plan in place, even though 65 percent of respondents live in regions susceptible to natural disasters.
The data also reveals that the cost of not being prepared is high, putting an SMB at risk of going out of business. The median cost of downtime for an SMB is $12,500 per day.
According to the survey, downtime not only costs SMBs several thousands of dollars, it also causes their customers to leave. Fifty-four percent of SMB customer respondents reported they have switched SMB vendors due to unreliable computing systems.
Symantec’s Monica Girolami will discuss the findings from the Symantec 2011 SMB Disaster Preparedness Survey report, and share tips for small businesses to follow when pulling together a disaster preparedness plan.
Train like you fight. Fight like you train. We could do well to heed this old military axiom and regularly drill for a variety of incident scenarios in the most realistic means as possible. During this (ISC)2 roundtable, we will explore the role of incident management simulation and testing from the world of critical infrastructure and provide some concrete and immediately actionable methods you begin incorporating into your own preparedness program. As the saying goes, “No plan survives first contact with the enemy,” so please join us On February 11, 2016 at 1:00PM Eastern in learning how to become a more resilient organization in the face of disaster.Read more >
A discussion on the current state of advanced threat protection and incident response preparedness that will include both highlights from Arbor's Worldwide Infrastructure Security Report (WISR) as well as original research by Arbor's Security Engineering & Response Team (ASERT). The WISR is a global survey of security professionals, highlighting the key trends in the threat landscape along with the strategies network operators adopt to address and mitigate them. We’ll also provide a deep understanding of two attack campaigns discovered by ASERT. One multi-stage attack campaign was focused on government organizations and a second was focused on financial services organizations.
This session will cover:
• The primary challenges facing security teams with emphasis on the balance between technology, people and process.
• Insight into attack campaigns happening on the broader Internet and an understanding of why it is critical to connect that activity to conversations on internal networks.
• How businesses are adapting and changing their threat detection and incident response to reduce risk posture
Synopsis: ISO 22301 is the international standard for Societal security - Preparedness and continuity management systems – Requirements. It is widely anticipated that it will supercede BS 25999 part 2 as the global standard for business continuity management. BSI’s Lorraine King talks through the practicalities of the new ISO being adopted and how business can be best prepared.Read more >
How confident are you about your company’s network security? Most people do not know that their firewall is inadequate.
Let us show you how you could be in a better position to both understand your current level of preparedness for network attacks and improve areas where your protection measures may be weak.