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Cyber Risk Management Podcast

By Kip Boyle

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Cyber Risk Management Podcast The Cyber Risk Management Podcast helps executives redefine cybersecurity from primarily a technology problem into a management opportunity. This podcast helps you learn how to manage cybersecurity in the same intelligent and thoughtful way you manage other areas of your business, including sales, order fulfillment, and accounts receivable. FACT: Fifty-five percent of all business have no regular access to a cybersecurity professional. So managers like you need straight-forward cybersecurity risk management options. By redefining the cyber threat management framework, this podcast teaches you about effective security risk assessments and implementing cybersecurity strategies. You’ll also discover more options to manage your cyber risks at different points in the lifecycle of a severe cyber incident. For example: • On average, it takes over 200 days for a company to find out it’s had a data breach; Yahoo is a good example. • And most organizations find out they’ve had a data breach because an outsider—often a customer, law enforcement, or the news media—finds out first, resulting in escalating negative publicity. • So after a data breach, every organization’s brand faces enormous pressure that can be difficult to manage when prepared and effectively impossible to manage if unprepared. • Customers don’t like doing business with a company that’s had a data breach, which leads to abnormal churn of their customer base. • As a result, executives are caught off-guard and must drop what they’re doing to begin emergency response. • But without an incident response plan already in place, executives inevitably make it up as they go, which is a fragile position to be in. However, with preparation, the organization has a much better chance of getting out in front of the story and inspiring confidence in its brand and management. • Worse, a data breach is often followed by government investigations and/or class-action lawsuits—there are numerous legal aspects to cybersecurity that many organizations are unfamiliar with. • Though there are many laws and compliance regimes relating to cybersecurity (with more being passed continuously both within the US and internationally), many of them boil down to reasonableness. But how do you know if your cybersecurity program is reasonable? And can you prove that in court? The Cyber Risk Management Podcast helps executives to become more proficient cyber risk managers. You will learn how to efficiently and effectively reduce your cybersecurity risks and how to continuously improve your cybersecurity management processes. You will learn of the legal aspects of cybersecurity, from the reasonableness standard to the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation. You will understand that having documentation without provable implementation is a massive risk factor for which upper management will be held responsible. The show is brought to you by Cyber Risk Opportunities and Newman DuWors Law LLP. Your hosts are Kip Boyle, Founder and CEO of Cyber Risk Opportunities and Jake Bernstein, an attorney and Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) who practices extensively in cybersecurity and privacy as both counselor and litigator.

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