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Learn from those who have been there
Has your organization been attacked? Until it has, you can only plan for what to do. But what is your plan? Michael Daugherty and Doug Meal took LabMD from the claws of the FTC by fighting back and winning in court.
We're not here to share dirty laundry. We're here to learn what to do when it happens.
A day of cyber security understanding
For too long, cyber security has been pinned on the back of IT security and CISO leaders and personnel. Yes, it's their primary focus, but every organization must instill cyber security into its corporate culture.
We'll help you gain a solid understanding of what a cyber culture looks like.
Experience the adrenaline of a cyber attack
Until you've been there, you haven't been there. Our experts will take each group of executives through a staged cyber attack, and put the pressure on you to understand what you must do. And what you can and cannot do.
You'll be out of your comfort zone, learning and doing and understanding new facets of what to do in the face of a cyber security incident.
Register for the Cyber Culture Event Jan 22 in Atlanta
The Cyber Security Learning Place for ALL Executives
*** BOARD & C-SUITE | IN-HOUSE AND OUTSIDE COUNSEL | HR | PR & MARKETING***
Organizations often treat potential breaches as a technical problem, not a cultural, broad-ranging business problem that can impact almost every aspect of a business. From downtime to loss/theft of data to revenue and stock price fluctuations, the boardroom must now be wide awake, expecting all executives to be fully prepared, digital leaders.
Cyber Security is about culture, team-building and eliminating the silos – preparing executives for what is already viewed as an inevitable event, for what can be a surprising inevitable outcome.
You will experience time well spent, achieving:
- Communication that truly connects, both internally and externally
- Collaborating at the executive level
- Building mutually beneficial peer relationships outside of your organization, even with your competitors
- Learning from the past mistakes/failures of others
A true first for Atlanta’s business executive leadership (Legal, HR, IT, PR/Marketing, Board Members), the Cyber Education Foundation is hosting this full-day workshop on what it takes to be prepared for a cybersecurity-related crisis and increasing regulatory oversight. Here, you will be generously coached by top business, government, and legal minds as they share deep insights into successes, failures, and what it will mean to you and your organization in the coming years.
Here's the agenda
- 8:30: Hot Breakfast / Registration / Networking
- 9:00: Opening Remarks: Richard H. L. Marshall, Former Associate General Counsel, NSA, former Director of Global Cyber Security Management, DHS, and Deputy Director, Critical Infrastructures Assurance Office, Dept of Commerce
09:30: LabMD CEO Michael Daugherty: The State of the Regulatory State: Murky Laws, Expectations, and Standards
What is your team supposed to do to be within the law? This session will review the many domestic and international regulators who have jurisdiction over you whether you know it or not. You will hear about the LabMD case, conflicting standards and tactics, and how you’re supposed to satisfy so many masters.
- 10:30: Network / Coffee & Tea Break
10:45: Keynote address with Doug Meal: The Leading Privacy Attorney in the U.S.
Don’t Repeat History: The Top Legal Mistakes Made by Breached Organizations from the attorney who represented Target, Home Depot, and Sony.
What, exactly, does it take to avoid being the executive who thinks “If I only had it to do over again?” Hint: the best defense is always a great offense.
- 11:50: Lunch & Networking
1:00PM: Kate Kuehn, CEO of SENSEON, leads a Panel Discussion on Speaking Each Other’s Language: Learning to Bring Boards, Executives, IT, and Legal Together to Move in a Positive Direction
- Audrey Boone Tillman - General Counsel, Aflac
- Jason Cook - Managing Director, The Chertoff Group
- John Graham - Global Chief Information Security Officer, EBSCO
- Leslie W. Joyce, Ph.D. - Former Chief People Officer Novelis and Chief Learning Officer, The Home Depot.
- 2:00PM: Networking / Coffee & Tea Break
2:15PM:Niki Vonderwell leads this LIVE Workshop, Breach Incident Response: Experiencing What You Don’t Know That You Must Know
You and your group will work through a real life, crisis level scenario, and learn how to work as a team for the betterment of yourselves, your organization, and most importantly your customers instead of playing the “blame game”.
- 3:30PM: Conclusion
Meet our speakers
During this small, personalized event, you will have direct access to all of our speakers throughout the day.
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Atlanta, Georgia 30305
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