Privacy, Regulations, and Cybersecurity 2021
Event submitted on Saturday, November 20th 2021, approved by Content Team ✓
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The average business struggles to navigate the new privacy legislation and its impact on business operations, much less its impact on IT and cybersecurity, frequently relegated to be an “IT problem”. This is not only inaccurate, but dangerous, leading to at best a “checklist approach” to privacy and cybersecurity, and complete misalignment between business goals, regulatory requirements, IT enablement of these goals, and cybersecurity alignment with both.
Worse, the average business executive is not engaged, nor understands, privacy risk management and cybersecurity principles, both of which are essential in being able to – at a minimum – help the executives complete a handshake with privacy and cybersecurity professionals. IT, legal, and HR are frequently and inappropriately charged with this role, diverting them from value creation to a miss mash of value protection, and governance.
This day-long seminar will walk through the essential steps in establishing a pragmatic privacy and cybersecurity program alignment for a business, starting with ways to identify goals, communicate with the executive teams, align and partner with IT, privacy asset valuation, threat and vulnerability assessments, environmental considerations (cloud, IoT, distributed workforce), control selection, incident response, people and cybersecurity, and program management.
This webinar is presented by Chris Moschovitis.