Peter Schawacker, Managed Detection & Response, Agio | Ray Hillen, CyberSecurity, Agio | Eric Favetta, Fordham University
With thousands of successful ransomware attacks perpetrated across the globe every day, holding data for ransom has become a lucrative act for cybercriminals, and a major security concern for organizations… just ask Louisiana’s Office of Motor Vehicles.
And considering damage related to cyber crime set to hit $6 trillion by 2021, according to Cybersecurity Ventures, it’s probably a good time to review your incident response program.
Our panel of three leading cybersecurity experts will engage you in a lively discussion on 12/18 at 2:00pm EST for an in-depth strategy to improve your overall incident response program using real-world cases.
• Peter Schawacker, CISSP, CISM and CISA, Managing Director, Managed Detection & Response, Agio
• Ray Hillen, Managing Director of CyberSecurity, Agio
• Eric Favetta, Fordham University
This live broadcast is guaranteed to give you a fresh perspective on how you can improve your program around incident response because you never know who’s lurking on the other end of your keyboard.
Let’s do this on Wednesday, December 18 at 2:00pm EST.
Morgan, S. 2019. Cybercrime Damages $6 Trillion By 2021.Cybercrime magazine. November 21, 2019. https://cybersecurityventures.com/hackerpocalypse-cybercrime-report-2016/