Cyber risk assessments form the foundation of an organization’s risk mitigation strategy by not only developing organizational cybersecurity awareness, but also by identifying an organization’s unique vulnerabilities. The presenter will provide a brief overview of sources of risk (third parties, IoT, hacking, phishing) and sobering data regarding the average impact of a cyber attack. Companies must leverage every resource available to establish a layered and proactive defense. The biggest cyber threat to an organization often lies between the chair and the keyboard, hence the human element is an important part of the cyber equation.
Educating staff via cyber hygiene training can turn employees from “cyber liabilities” to “vigilant proactive deterrents” against cyber-attacks. Coupled with technology solutions, an organization that employs a holistic enterprise-wide cybersecurity framework is best positioned to withstand the evolving range of cyber threats.
Identify sources of risks
Cyber hygiene training
Andres Franzetti, CEO Risk Cooperative
Mr. Franzetti leads the firm’s overall strategy execution and business operations. He works closely with industry partners, and leaders to ensure that Risk Cooperative remains at the cutting edge of the risk and insurance industry.
Jennifer Rothstein, Director NY Metro Infragard/Business Development Head, Cyber Insurance & Legal at BlueVoyant
Jennifer is the Business Development Head, Cyber Insurance & Legal, for BlueVoyant, a cybersecurity investigation company headquartered in New York City. She also founded and serves as the President of Women in Cyber Leadership Corp.
Who can attend:
Open to anyone. Particularly suited to Business and I.T. professionals seeking to improve their Risk Mitigation Strategies, knowledge of sources of risk, and cyber hygiene training across all sectors. The session will include practical tips as well as the opportunity to take a survey to identify any gaps in your organization or even your own understanding.