Judith Moore, Director & Partner, FleishmanHillard Fishburn; Mark Deem, Partner, Cooley; Mike Trevett, UKI Director, Mandiant
With numerous market-leading companies making negative data breach headlines this year, and attackers constantly evolving their techniques, tactics and procedures, it seems there’s no longer a case of ‘if’ an organisation will be breached, but instead ‘when’.
“Do you know how your team will respond to and remediate a cyber-attack?”, is an increasingly pertinent question that all C-suite leaders should be able to answer—and more importantly, have a role in finding that answer to ensure their organisation’s cyber-security posture and incident response (IR) plan is built for success.
Join and contribute to the conversation as Judith Moore, Director & Partner, Corporate and Crisis at FleishmanHillard Fishburn, Mark Deem, Partner at Cooley LLP and Mike Trevett, UKI Director at Mandiant discuss:
•How to identify security maturity improvement areas before, during and after a breach
•Why constantly-evolving threats require organisations to periodically revisit their crisis communication plans
•What actions organisations should take to ensure they can effectively protect their reputation in the event of a breach
•Which key strategic communication tactics should be considered when reporting a breach