Objectives of the Presentation:
- Correlate critical components of an effective Cyber Incident Response Plan
- Develop an effective Incident Response Team
- Identify internal and external communication needs
- Isolate operational challenges and counter-actions
- Record effective Plan strategies and resources
Why Should you Attend:
A poor response is often more damaging than the cyber-attack itself. According to recent reports, cyber-attacks can cost an average American business $15.4 million per year, double the global average of $7.7 million. Breaking this down further, that could be as much as $100,000 per hour while the attack continues. Add the fact that 60% of small businesses that suffer a breach go out of business within 6 months due to financial loss reinforces why Cyber Incident Response Plans are critical in today's business environment.
Cyber-attacks and breaches dominate the media and are a significant focus of the government. Businesses are faced with the grim reality that a cyber-attack is inevitable. It's not a matter of if an attack will occur, only when. Incident Response Plans today have to consider a myriad of possible attack methods to ensure Plans appropriately mitigate unique threats.
Don't become the next headline statistic facing lawsuits, fines, and reputational damage. Join this webinar to explore critical components of an effective Cyber Incident Response Plan and develop an Incident Response Team to handle the inevitable and manage unforeseeable disasters.
- How the cost of a cyber-crime outweighs security
- Critical components of Cyber Incident Response Plans
- Building an effective internal Incident Response Team
- Communications development before and during an incident
- Suggestions on effectively testing your Plan
- Recommendations on analyzing your solution providers Plan
- Ongoing threat identification and plan updates
Ms Rayleen M. Pirnie,
CEO and Founder ,
RP Payments Risk Consulting Services, LLC
Rayleen is a recognized payments risk and fraud expert who works with financial institutions and businesses across the nation to help them understand today's threats and develop appropriate risk mitigation strategies. She also speaks to consumer groups revealing real-world methods to reduce the chances of devastating frauds, and law enforcement on payment system processing and evidence collection in electronic payment channels. Rayleen's areas of expertise include regulatory compliance, payment system risk management, cybercrimes, and information security.
Rayleen conveys current trends via conference presentations, blogs, and newsletter articles plus supports groups with special projects.
Prior to her leap to private consulting, Rayleen was the Director of Payments Risk & Fraud at EPCOR for 8 years. She joined EPCOR after a 10-year career as a fraud investigator in banking.
Rayleen graduated with honors from The University of Phoenix earning a Bachelor's of Science in Criminal Justice Administration and is an Accredited ACH Professional (AAP).
Rayleen enjoys gardening with the best helper in the world, her grandson. She also enjoys reading and music. She is an advocate and supporter of The Animal Rescue Alliance. Rayleen and her husband Mike currently have four adopted fur-kids of their own.
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