Cyber-Attacks: How to Reduce Your RisksExclusive Briefing Recorded at RSA Conference 2014
As the year began, U.S. retailers Target and Neiman Marcus were in the news for suffering point-of-sale breaches that potentially exposed more than 100,000 payment cards. Both merchants took a reputational hit, face potentially costly lawsuits, were grilled by Congress and may be assessed stiff financial penalties.
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Safe to say: No one wants their organization to be the next Target. So, what can security leaders do to help their organizations reduce their risks of falling victim to intense cyber-attacks?
View this discussion of cyber-attack trends and how to reduce risks. Tom Field, ISMG's Vice President of Editorial, leads this discussion recorded at RSA Conference 2014, joined by John Hawley, Vice President of Strategy for Security solutions at CA Technologies.
The speakers interact with attendees to pose and answer a range of questions about cyber-risks, including:
- What actions could your institution take to most reduce the risk of cyber-attacks?
- Which technology risks are most likely to have a strategic and negative impact on your organization?
- Who in your sector could have the most impact in reducing the threat level associated with cyber-attacks?
No matter your industry sector, you won't want to miss this opportunity to obtain practical tips that you can put to use in reducing risk to your organization.
Hawley, Vice President of Strategy for Security Solutions, CA Technologies, coordinates the definition of the CA Security vision and evaluation of new portfolio growth opportunities. He has been working in the security space for 15 years and is a frequent conference speaker, focusing on how enterprises embrace new trends to secure the business but also align security to the discussion in the boardroom.