In the wake of a breach, most organizations struggle with a number of concerns related to response, mitigation and notification. While immediate and full disclosure of a breach, in theory, sounds like the most practical advice, it's not always the best move for every organization. The nature of the breach, whether the breached entity is a private or publicly traded firm, and how much breach preparedness the entity had in place prior to its breach are all factors to be considered and heavily weighed before anything about a network intrusion is disclosed.
See Also: Faster Payments, Faster Fraud?
During this discussion, our panelists will explore a range of considerations, related not only to breach response, but also to the preparedness and mitigation strategies that should be in place before a breach occurs. From informing and educating the board and shareholders about the cyber-risks and litigation publicly traded companies face in the wake of a breach, to ensuring organizations are adequately assessing their risks and outlining best practices for breach response, this panel's lineup of experts will address the forensics investigation, PCI compliance, corporate governance, breach notification and compliance with federal breach legislation.