As cybercrime has increased and the cost of failure continues to devastate small and mid-size organizations, it’s more important than ever that organizations take reasonable steps to manage their cybersecurity.
Organizations need “reasonable security” to protect themselves from cybercrime; to comply with security and privacy laws, regulations, and contracts; and to meet the increasingly stringent requirements for cyber insurance.
And yet – truth be told – what counts as “reasonable security” is a work in progress, one that SecureTheVillage has been tracking since June 2019 when we published Minimum Reasonable Information Security Practices in anticipation of California’s Consumer Privacy Act.
Join SecureTheVillage and our expert panel of information security professionals for our 4th annual “Reasonable Security” webinar.
Leave with a framework for ensuring your information security practices are reasonable.
- Your information risk exposure
- Your information risk tolerance
- Your information risk management practices
Who should attend
- Business owners, Board members, executives
- Attorneys, accountants, insurance professionals, bankers, management consultants, other trusted advisors
- Managed service provider (MSP), managed security service provider (MSSP), technology advisors, CIOs, CISOs
What You Will Learn
- Identify your risk exposure & opportunities
- Know the financial and legal consequences of a cybersecurity event
- Know what’s expected of you
Our Expert Panel
- Alex Rayter, Principal, Phoenix 2.0
- Barry Weber,ITIL, CISM, CIPP/US, vCISO & Privacy Practice Leaders, Assured SPC
- Brad Maryman, (FBI Retired), Maryman & Associates
- David Lam, CISSP, CPP, Partner / CISO, Miller Kaplan
- Isabelle Dumont, SVP, Cowbell Labs
- Robert Braun, JD, Privacy and Cybersecurity Attorney, Partner at Jeffer Mangels
- Stan Stahl, PhD, Information Security Manager, Miller Kaplan; President, SecureTheVillage (Facilitator)