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A "Reasonable" Response to Cyber Incidents

Jonathan Nguyen-Duy of Fortinet Discusses Balancing Regulations and Security
A "Reasonable" Response to Cyber Incidents
Johnathan Nguyen-Duy, Fortinet

In today's climate of an ever increasing attack surface and a more stringent regulatory environment, a valid question to ask is: What is a reasonable response in the event of a cyber incident? ISMG and Fortinet visited Philadelphia for an engaging discussion on "Getting Cyber Right - Towards a Reasonable Level of Trust".

"When you take a look at the emerging frameworks, regulations and best practices... they all contain the term reasonable level of care, which is based upon an English common law standard - what would a reasonable person do, given the facts that he or she is aware of," says Jonathan Nguyen-Duy, VP Strategy and Analytics, from Fortinet and subject matter expert at the roundtable discussion.

In an interview following the Philadelphia event, Nguyen-Duy discusses:

  • What is a reasonable level of care in cybersecurity;
  • Is zero trust a reasonable expectation?
  • Key takeaways from the roundtable discussion.

Nguyen-Duy leads strategy and solutions development at Fortinet where he focuses on using the Fortinet Security Fabric to address the most challenging cyber security issues. With extensive experience working with global enterprises and nation-states, he is responsible for developing innovative security solutions from the IoT edge to multi-cloud ecosystems.




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