This webcast aired on April 21, 2022.
CPE Credit(s): 1
With the rise of more sophisticated cyber threats, including ransomware and extortionware, organizations are at a heightened risk for suffering a costly data breach, enterprise corruption, and personally identifiable information (PII) theft. While the owner of cybersecurity threat risk might be the chief information security officer (CISO), compliance teams should be a strategic partner to the cybersecurity risk management program. Because of this new reality, compliance organizations are being forced to deal with emerging security processes and technologies daily.
To better address these changing responsibilities, compliance departments must be up to speed with emerging security threats. This includes understanding the new technologies, processes, and procedures their organization will need to employ to ensure they don’t run afoul of the modern data privacy environment.
This webinar will explore:
- How CISOs and chief compliance officers can partner to ensure cybersecurity risk management.
- What constitutes a data breach.
- What is ransomware/extortionware.
- New technologies and processes to protect PII.
- How an increased security environment will affect the role of a compliance department and its ability to perform.
- Options to protect your PII in transit, while at rest, and while in use.
Bill Tolson, VP Compliance and eDiscovery – Archive360
Jim Banach, Compliance Architect in the M365 Center of excellence – Microsoft