This webcast aired on August 15, 2023.
CPE Credit(s): 1
In today’s fast-paced business world, firms must adapt to the ever-changing mobile compliance and technology landscape to stay competitive. While many organizations have fully embraced hybrid and work-from-home policies, most have not yet adjusted to the compliance issues a distributed workforce creates.
THIS SPECIFICALLY APPLIES TO COMPLIANCE WITH THE NEW SEC CYBERSECURITY RULE, PUBLISHED JULY 26, 2023
The information security team has a very difficult job. They have to protect their company by justifying technical investments to business professionals; yet, information security and the C-suite are speaking different languages.
Information security is speaking the language of threats, vulnerabilities, and impacts to technical assets. The C-suite is speaking the language of impacts to customers, business goals, and third-party obligations.
So, how do we solve the problem of speaking different languages? By providing a “universal translator” between information security terminology and the language of the C-suite.
Join this webinar to review tools and templates for the five deliverables to:
- Ensure your security program is legally defensible and compliant with the new SEC Cybersecurity Rule, published July 26, 2023.
- Define a “clear line of acceptable risk” below which you accept risks and above which you remediate.
- Understand the “total risk” (i.e., your risk FICO score) to your organization.
- Provide C-suite a roadmap for your program that reduces risk to an acceptable level (answering the C-suite question of, “Are we where we need to be? If not, when will we get there?”)
- Communicate risks and justify expenditure requests in business terms.
Jim Mirochnik, CEO - HALOCK Security Labs