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Enterprise Resiliency From Cybersecurity Perspective

February 11, 2016 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm EST

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Enterprise Resiliency From Cybersecurity Perspective

How Enhancing Reputation For Data Protection Might Turn This Business Risk Into An Opportunity to Grow Business (Part II)

Thurs., Feb. 11, 2016 10:30 AM(PST)/1:30 PM(EST)

*Please note, this Webcast will be recorded for on-demand replay in the future.

To register to attend this Webcast either ”live” and/or receive a link to the recording, please E-Mail: [email protected]

Please join Co-Sponsors Rofori Corp., Firestorm, Agility Recovery and their Partner, the Hedge Fund Association, for a complimentary Webcast Roundtable to discuss how the current regulatory requirements, private investor/public shareholder and market expectations as to cybersecurity will “drive” hedge funds/PEs, as well as other financial services industry participants.

(This follows the Part I Webcast on Nov. 5, 2015 which covered the similar market competitive benefits of “living for another day”/enterprise resiliency by having strong physical disaster recovery/Business Continuity & Incident Response Plans when flood, earthquake, etc. hits.)

Picking up where that talk left off, the focus of this practical, business-oriented discussion/debate will seek to show where a firm might start improving (overhauling?) its cybersecurity, as well as how a firm might enhance its reputation- and market competitiveness- by increasing its reputation for, among other things, solid data protection for both it and its trusted advisors/supply chain.

This informative, Q&A-style, interactive discussion will seek to go well beyond mere recitation of applicable mandates to confirm highly relevant industry “best practices” today and to directly address participant questions and concerns as to how, among other things, firms might demonstrate via an objective metric that it has put in place cybersecurity internal controls to guard better than its peers against data breaches/related cyber incidents which result in stolen highly confidential, potentially market-sensitive customer and/or investor/shareholder information, as well as corporate proprietary data.

Topics of discussion will include:

How best to minimize potential regulatory risk exposure by knowing which mandates are applicable.
How to control for OCIE/FINRA Examiners’ expectations for incident response plans, disaster recovery plans, business continuity plans and testing under the required SEC Rule 206(4)-7 & FINRA Rules 3012/3130.
How to best begin effectively using a comprehensive cybersecurity measurement as a market differentiator before a major hack as part of a firm’s enterprise resiliency.


  • Moderator: J.P. Wilson (GCCG/CBG)
  • Michael G. Wu, Esq. & Jay Gould, Esq. (Co-Chair of Winston & Strawn’s Financial Services Investment Management Practice & CHFA Board Member)
  • John Walp (Managing Director (Cyber Investigations), KPMG)
  • Steven Felsenthal (GC & CCO, Millburn Ridgefield)
  • Jack P. Healey (CPA/CFF, CFE)

To register to attend this Webcast either ”live” and/or receive a link to the recording, please E-Mail: [email protected]

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February 11, 2016
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm EST
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Since 2005, Firestorm has assisted clients by responding to some of the largest and most complex critical incidents. Our highly-trained team is an industry leader in providing custom safety and security solutions. Firestorm empowers its clients to manage security risks through assessments, audits, program development, training and advisory services using our PREDICT.PLAN.PERFORM.® methodology.