Building a resilient organization that can withstand a cyber intrusion goes beyond compliance and notification requirements. Cyber criminals can bring an organization’s operations to a halt with a single ransomware virus, leaving it without the financial means to meet payroll, deliver client services, or even pay for the necessary breach response services to revert its systems back online. Understanding the financial impact an organization can withstand is crucial to building cyber resilience. Equally as important is understanding the value of its data or potential reputational /revenue implications that often accompany a cyber incident. Companies need a robust cyber mitigation and response strategy to effectively manage a range of cyber crisis scenarios and maintain operational continuity. This session will review insurance coverages, crisis management strategies, and the importance of board/leadership oversight.
Andres Franzetti, CEO and Co-founder
Andres specializes in helping multi-national organizations address complex risks to increase their overall resiliency and mitigate downside exposures. He has extensive expertise in program development and launched a cyber warranty program.
Jennifer Rothstein, Business Head, Cyber Insurance & Legal, BlueVoyant & Founder and President, Women in Cyber Leadership
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.