November 14, 2017
7:00pm GMT / 2:00pm EST / 11:00am PST

Responding Efficiently To Major Data Breaches

Data – your agency’s most valuable asset – is at increasingly higher risk. More than ever you need to take every opportunity to understand it, manage it, protect it from the damaging impacts of a data breach, and be prepared for prompt notification in the event of a breach. Government agencies are experiencing the same explosion of data stores that industry continues to struggle with.  Your agency is very likely storing massive amounts of information about people including internal staff, citizens, or persons of interest. You’re responsible to protect that information. Within government, data loss, theft, and misuse are common, and cybersecurity practitioners admit that they are powerless to prevent every attack they face.

As a result, every agency has a duty to promptly notify affected individuals if their information has been compromised, misused, or destroyed.  Rapid breach response begins with preparation. Act now, ahead of a breach, to better understand and prioritize the private data your agency holds. This will give you the best chance to act, and react, when you face a breach. Each agency currently has the power to design programs that will enable prompt notification when critical value data is compromised. Join our team of experts to hear how you can establish systems and processes that protect your agency from risks of data breaches and see how, in the event of a breach, you can ensure rapid investigation and response.

In this webinar you will learn how to:

  • Safeguard Data - Gain visibility into the data stores
  • Rapidly Investigate and Respond to Breaches - Allowing for prompt remediation and mitigation
  • Establish Realistic Expectations – What is your agency’s Data Breach Response Policy?
  • Define Agency Program “Musts” to Improve Responses

Date: November 14, 2017

Event Type: Webinar

Event Country: USA

Event Speakers

Keith Lowry

Keith Lowry

Former Senior Vice President, Nuix USG

Keith has 30 years of experience implementing, managing, and directing insider threat, counterintelligence, and intelligence collection programs. He is a former law enforcement officer and High-Technology Crime Unit detective with the City of San Jose, California and a retired United States Navy Captain.

He also served as Chief of Staff to the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Human Intelligence, Counterintelligence and Security at the Pentagon, and as an information security consultant in the private sector.

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Hoke Smith

Regional Director, Business Threat Intelligence and Analysis

Hoke has more than 17 years of experience in management and technology consulting. His areas of expertise include counterintelligence, insider threat detection, optimizing organizational performance, and big data analytics.

Hoke is a former senior managing consultant at IBM, where he worked with clients in the US national security market. At Booz Allen Hamilton, Hoke helped a range of large organizations solve problems related to operational performance and technology.

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Harlan Carvey

Harlan Carvey

Director of Intelligence Integration

Harlan began his career in information security 28 years ago. After serving on active duty with the United States military, he transitioned to planning, coordinating, and executing vulnerability assessments. He then went on to digital forensics and incident response, which in turn led to targeted threat hunting and response. Harlan is an accomplished public speaker and prolific author, particularly in the area of digital forensic analysis of Windows systems. He has written a number of open source tools, including RegRipper.


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