Cyber-attacks and breaches dominate the media and are a significant focus of the government. Businesses and financial institutions are faced with the grim reality that a cyber-attack is inevitable. It's not a matter of if an attack will occur, only when. Entities large and small are under siege by sophisticated attacks that often are financially driven, draining accounts as effectively as they cut off the entities operations. Incident Response Plans today have to consider a myriad of possible attack methods to ensure Plans appropriately mitigate unique threats.
This session analyzes critical components of a Cyber Incident Response Plan and provides recommendations on how to prepare all staff for when the inevitable situation occurs. From internal considerations to your external solution providers, get a realistic view of how a cyber-attack can quickly spiral a typical day into complete chaos and cause significant losses without preparation.
This session is appropriate for all staff; we all play a critical role in protecting our business and customers.
Attendees will receive valuable resources and a take-away Incident Response Plan checklist to ensure you have considered critical components.
This webinar will cover:
The unique challenges a cyber-attack presents
Critical components of Cyber Incident Response Plans
Building an effective internal Incident Response Team
Communications development before and during an incident
Suggestions on effectively testing your Plan
Attendees will receive a Cyber Incident Response Plan checklist to help their Incident Response Team analyze or develop a Plan.
Prerequisites:A basic understanding of common cyber-crimes is recommended, including DDoS and Account Takeover. This session will not define or detail the attacks, but rather focus on response.
Why should you Attend:
A poor response is often more damaging that the cyber-attack itself. According to recent reports, cyber-attacks cost the average American business $15.4 million per year, double the global average of $7.7 million. Breaking this down further, that could be as much as $100,000 per hour. Add the fact that 60% of small business that suffer a breach go out of business within 6 months due to financial loss and you can see why Cyber Incident Response Plans are critical in today's business environment.
Areas Covered in the Session:
Cost of a cyber-crime
How a Cyber Incident Response Plan differs from a Disaster Recovery Plan
Components of a Cyber Incident Response Plan
Cyber Incident Response Team Development and obligations
Evaluating solution provider Plans
Resources for plan development
Ongoing threat identification and plan updates
Who Will Benefit:
Rayleen M. Pirnie is the founder and owner of RP Payments Risk Consulting Services, LLC. based in Missouri. She is a nationally recognized payments risk and fraud expert who offers specialized consulting services, procedural and risk management reviews, and payments education. Rayleen’s specialized skill is delving into the world beyond the payment rules; areas where organizations often find themselves in positions of liability or loss with little to no clear guidance. She is an Accredited ACH Professional (AAP) who has worked with all payment systems for nearly 20 years. Rayleen also holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Criminal Justice Administration.