Operations & Technology Roundtable
CYBER SECURITY SUMMIT
Thursday, December 7, 2017
Ocean Place Hotel, Long Branch, NJ
In order to counter the risk posed by cyber threats, there are tools and techniques that detect and correct these threats and anomalies in order to protect a business’s cyber infrastructure and its users from the resulting negative impact of a data breach.
In spite of improvements in the security of hardware, software and cryptographic methodologies, banks must weigh the many risks associated with the breach including the cost associated with a data breach recovery and legal responsibilities.
Cyber-insurance is a risk management technique where network user risks are transferred to an insurance company which may save thousands or millions of dollars in damages. Enjoy a session that will review the differences in policies, how to respond to a breach, and the new cyber attacks bankers should be aware of and more.
The Framework is voluntary guidance, based on existing standards, guidelines, and practices, for organizations to better manage and reduce cybersecurity risk. A discussion about NIST and the forthcoming cyber regulations is a presentation not to be missed!
Your afternoon will consist of a Data Breach Case Study where you will experience a response to a data breach from the beginning. Rather than a lecture from 20,000 feet, this interactive presentation will take information down to the ground level and walk through the various decisions that your bank might need to make along the way.