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Friday 29 January, 11am – 12:30pm (GMT)
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One third of businesses in the UK reported having been cyber-attacked in the last 12 months, and nearly all UK data breaches in 2019 happened due to human error. With the average cost of a data breach for enterprise being £1.1m, organisations need to manage any situation that comes its way robustly. Crisis teams should include Information Security and IT departments, but also C-level managers and corporate communication representatives.
In this workshop, we learn about how to handle crisis communications in an organisation during a cyber-incident. We hear from Svetlana Shubina, Kaspersky’s Incident Communications Expert, on how to mitigate financial and reputational risks and how to create a cyber-breach response plan with C-level in advance of an incident.
- How does a cyber-incident become a crisis and who should be involved in handling it
- How to deal with a crisis, based on experience when Kaspersky was targeted by an advanced persistence threat
- Tools for secure communication: Recommended OpSec measures for encryption of communication channels
Heather Vernon (info), Co-Founder and Director of Woburn Partners
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