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The FBI is on the Phone…Something about a Data Breach?

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What would be your response if you received this call? And if you think it will never happen, then think again.

According to the latest Data Breach Investigations Report from Verizon, 92% of the incidents it reviewed were discovered by a third party, including law enforcement. Even more worrisome were the 85% of data breaches that went undetected for more than a week – a critical time gap that provides information thieves with their best opportunity to roam around and pilfer on your network.

Is it possible to avoid this “oh sh@#!” moment, or are moments like this inevitable in today’s interconnected environment? If data breach incidents cannot be avoided, they can certainly be limited with the proper approach, and responded to effectively. That’s what this one-hour webinar will discus, along with our panel of experts in data breach and forensic response.

Topics in this program will include:

  • The role of proactive defense strategies in limiting data leakage and overall risk exposure
  • How to respond when a breach does occur, and how to decrease the window between infiltration and detection
  • The role of post-incident analysis

 

 

Speakers

Drew Amorosi

Drew Amorosi Deputy Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

Erin Cox

Erin Cox Executive Managing Director, Stroz Friedberg

    Rick Holland

    Senior Analyst, Security & Risk Management, Forres

      Chris Novak

      Managing Principal, Global Investigative Response

        Patricia Titus

        Former CISO, Symantec

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