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Reducing Breach Costs with Early Detection and Rapid Response

It takes minutes to get inside. Days to exfiltrate. Detection can take weeks, maybe months. The impact is huge: lost revenue, increased costs, and damage to your organization’s brand.

You can’t completely stop breaches from happening, but you can remediate the direct and indirect costs they can have on your organization. By taking a proactive stance, you can properly plan and budget for the costs associated with a breach. Through early detection and rapid response, you can obviate the need to notify affected customers and reduce the costs associated with notification.

This webinar will cover:
• How a “data breach” is defined, legislated, and how they occur
• Direct and indirect costs facing organizations that are breached
• Differences between “left of breach” (proactive approach) and “right of breach” (reactive approach) by exploring real-world examples
• How early detection and rapid response can drive down the cost of a breach.

About the presenters:

Harlan Carvey, Director of Intelligence Integration
Harlan began his career in information security 28 years ago. After serving on active duty with the United States military, he transitioned to planning, coordinating, and executing vulnerability assessments. He then went on to digital forensics and incident response, which in turn led to targeted threat hunting and response.
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