Part 1: Change Liability for Accountability - GDPR with CS Risk Measurement
Christopher Strand, Carbon Black, Andrew Barratt, Coalfire, Adrian Davis, (ISC)² EMEA
About this talk
This webcast will introduce a discussion of several threat models that help to illustrate how organizations can look to strengthen their security posture while supporting their GDPR strategy. Areas of concentration will include:
• How to reduce the potential risk and liability associated with the GDPR data residency and data protection accountability requirements.
• Focus on specific controls used to provide clarity and measure to any GDPR strategy within the enterprise.
• An introduction of cybersecurity control measure that can help reduce threats to the enterprise, while ensuring acceleration of data and security regulatory accountability for any GDPR program.
Session attendees will take away many practical examples, solutions, and anecdotes on how their businesses can alleviate the pressures of balancing the confluence of security risks and the GDPR mandate. They will have some starting points on how they can create a plan to step beyond static regulatory alignment and apply collective intelligence, industry baseline initiatives and mandates, as well as shared industry intelligence, to better measure what’s most important to their cyber policy and regulatory GDPR requirements.
ISC2 Security Briefings EMEA offers members in Europe, the Middle East and Africa a chance to learn about the latest trends, tools and best practices in cyber, information, software and infrastructure security while earning CPEs…