Cyber Attack Simulation: Workshop
Staying Calm in a Crisis, Nashville, 9.30 am CT
- Starts 28 FebStarts 28 Feb
- Demonbreun Street
“Don't wait until a crisis occurs before thinking of crisis management. It is like waiting until you are drowning before thinking of learning to swim.” “It takes a lifetime to build a reputation and only seconds to destroy one.” “"Without the senior management getting involved with cyber attack training, it is like rehearsing for a show on Broadway with only the understudies: on the first night the lead actors will not be ready” In the current environment of daily data breaches and cyber attacks, The TrustBridge has joined forces with international law firm, Squire Patton Boogs, to offer live, interactive sessions. Attendees will hear real life examples of what can go wrong, what has worked well, what remains uncertain when dealing with the inevitable data breach or security incident, and steps to take to mitigate risk. During these events, a panel of industry leaders, cyber experts and legal professionals will step through a cyber incident response scenario and give real-time perspectives from the viewpoint of forensic investigation and mitigation, legal, cyber insurance, and law enforcement considerations. Our panel will consist of: Moderator: Penny Heyes (COO, The TrustBridge) Tara Cho, CIPP/US, CIPP/E, Partner, Chair of Privacy and Cybersecurity Practice at Womble Bond Dickinson (US) LLP David Clarke FBCS, Chief Information Security Officer/Cyber Security, TTB Bill Mew: Board Member and Cyber Ambassador, International Association of Risk and Crisis Communication / Senior Consultant and Cyber Incident Specialist, The Trust Bridge Hayden McKaskle, North America Sales Manager, Law Firm Channel, Palo Alto Networks Nashville, 9.30 am CT for registration
Womble Bond Dickinson (US) LLP, 1222 Demonbreun Street suite 1201, Nashville, TN 37203, U.S.