Many have heard the statement regarding data breaches, that “it’s not if, but when.” While some cybersecurity experts feel this statement is unnecessarily negative or misleading, we can agree there is a higher probability that all organizations will be breached at some point. When an organization buys into the idea that a breach is highly probable, it will act differently preparing for an incident. Just in the same way, that if you believe that being involved in a car accident is a likely scenario, you’ll wear your seat belt, drive defensively, and purchase a safer car.
In this webinar Chad Knutson, a senior information security consultant, will explore methods for how an institution can prepare for a cybersecurity incident, so in the event it occurs, the response is well planned out and effective. In many cases, good incident response can reduce a devastating scenario’s impact down to a recoverable situation and even a non-event. Chad will explore common threats that institutions should plan for and how to plan a response for such events. Building on the model of prevent, detect, and response, he will explore procedures for DDOS, malware, ransomware, ATM Jackpotting, CATO, and unauthorized access incident. In addition to incident response, Chad will explore the importance of incorporating forensic analysis procedures into your process to better address emerging threats and decrease liability.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
Just a sampling of what this webinar will cover:
- Regulatory review
- Common threats
- Lessons learned for real incidents
- Communication requirements
- Specific threat response procedures
YOUR CONFERENCE LEADER
Your conference leader for “Incident Response: Plan to Fail Well” is Chad Knutson, a co-founder and senior information security consultant for SBS CyberSecurity, a premier cybersecurity consulting and audit firm. Chad has also served as president of the SBS Institute since 2013. Chad maintains his CISSP, CISA, and CRISC certifications, and received his bachelor of science in computer information systems and his master of science in information assurance from Dakota State University. Chad is dedicated to educating industry professionals about cybersecurity. While consulting with financial institutions, he saw the need to empower employees to be better prepared to confidently handle cybersecurity threats and understand ever-changing regulations at their institution. Chad was a driving force in the development of the SBS Institute certification program, which is uniquely designed to serve the banking industry by providing banking-specific certifications.