When: April 20 | 2023 Attend
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Cybersecurity Framework (CSF) is one of the leading frameworks for private and public sector cybersecurity maintenance and used by organizations of all sizes. The Framework helps to secure information systems and guide key decision points about risk management activities through the various levels of an organization from senior executives, to business and process level, and operations.
Recorded: May 19 | 2022 Attend
Data privacy continues to make headlines and be a concern for many organizations. According to a recent study by CNBC, 23.1% of the 39 CFOs see cyber-attacks as the number 1 external risk to their company.
Recorded: May 26 | 2021 Watch Now
2021 is set to be an exciting one for privacy protection legislation as several notable privacy laws will begin enforcement, with several others falling in line to the new international standard set by the GDPR.
Recorded: August 27 | 2020 Attend
Under the weight of new and changing regulations around the world, many organizations struggle to achieve compliance. They often lack a holistic view of their compliance profile and face increasing challenges due to digital transformation. Chief Compliance Officers who take a top-down approach are often met with resistance, but a successful program requires management to actively participate, not just sign off.
Recorded: April 23 | 2020 Attend
Companies work with third-party vendors to help them become leaner, more agile, flexible, and efficient, so they can go to market faster and beat the competition. However, onboarding remains the most time consuming and pressurized part of the process, as security leaders try to balance meeting the demands with the business with the fundamentals of good security. According to Gartner it now takes an average of 90 days to onboard a new vendor, 20 days longer than four years ago.
Recorded: February 13 | 2020 Attend
GRC is neither a project nor a technology, but a corporate objective for improving governance through more-effective compliance and a better understanding of the impact of risk on business performance. GRC can vary dramatically depending on the businesses vertical market, and even further complexity can be found from one business unit to another. This complexity drives the need for different, highly specialized tools, which raises a huge set of cost, integration, and management issues.
Recorded: January 30 | 2017 Attend
The new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) rule looms and will take affect in May 2018, but only a third of companies are on track to be compliant by the due date. GDPR is the most significant change in data privacy regulation in more than 20 years. It represents an extraordinary shift in the way businesses will be expected to operate when they gather, process, maintain, and protect customer data. Any organization that retains information of EU citizens must be in compliance or face huge fines of up to 4% of worldwide turnover.
In every organization, there are a multitude of applications and devices and a universe of threats and vulnerabilities. Every process, function and system has certain risks and compliance requirements. It is no longer enough to have a handful of diligent security and compliance professionals managing the organization's risk strategies and controls. Their processes must embrace business and mission professionals' knowledge of risk, who evaluate the causal impact of threats to their operational performance, and participate in decision-making to meet their risk posture goals.