Cybersecurity is one of the most urgent topics of executive leadership and boards of directors. Almost daily there are new stories about data breaches affecting millions of customer records, payment card data, personal health information, and loss of intellectual property or trade secrets. Organizations dealing with cybersecurity not only need to focus on thwarting hackers to prevent disruptions, but they must be proactive in building a sustainable cybersecurity management program – one that can adapt to evolving threats and remain aligned to the organization’s culture and objectives.
Join Baker Tilly for a critical discussion of what it takes to manage cyber risks for today’s and tomorrow’s threats.
Key learning objectives
- Provide overview of the latest cybersecurity developments and how the risk landscape is changing
- Conduct practical walk through of the five core elements of a sustainable cybersecurity program
- Gather key insights on cybersecurity program effectiveness and sustainability for executive leadership, management and boards
Who should attend?
Board members, executives, finance and IT professionals involved in overseeing or managing cybersecurity risk in a wide variety of industries including:
- Banking and financial institutions
- Food and beverage
- Government contracting
- Healthcare and insurance
- Higher education
- Manufacturing and distribution
- Professional services
- Real estate
- Software and technology
ISO 207001 Lead Auditor
CPE credit: One (1) hour total credit
Field of study: Management advisory services (MAS)
CPE host: Patricia Buttery