Last month, we discussed how employees may inadvertently let the bad guys in. This webinar discusses what happens when you don’t know they did.
Are your vulnerabilities more visible to your customers than you?
FACT: 62% of all companies breached learned about the breach from customers.
The chance of a cybersecurity breach to your business increases every day. If this happens, your business will feel the impact at many levels: the human level, the operational level, the reputational level and the financial level.
This webinar will discuss how organizations can prepare for the possibility, reality and follow up in the case of a cyber breach.
- 42% of the CISO’s say they lack the budget and personnel to effectively detect and prevent breaches.
- 70% of all retail respondents said they had been breached.
- 57% Retailers said supplier were liable for breach.
- 2 of 3 victims of identity theft are informed that there PII data had been breached and did nothing about it.
Join Jim Satterfield, Firestorm President, COO & Co-Founder, and Karen Masullo, Firestorm Chief Intelligence Officer as we explore the concept that “being prepared is more important than believing you can stop it.”
Firestorm® is America’s CrisisCoach®. Since 2005, Firestorm has assisted clients in transforming crisis into value. The Firestorm Predict.Plan.Perform.® methodology combines best-practice consulting with proven crisis management expertise, empowering clients to manage risk and crisis.
Firestorm assesses, audits, develops, trains and tests strategies and programs encompassing emergency response, business continuity, crisis management and crisis communications/PR. Firestorm demonstrates thought leadership in workplace violence prevention, cyber-breach response, communicable illness/pandemic planning, predictive intelligence and every preparedness initiative.
Firestorm has worked with hundreds of schools to keep tens of thousands of students safer. Firestorm provided crisis management and crisis communications services to Virginia Tech after the shootings, and more recently to Littleton, CO, Roswell, NM and Jefferson County School District in Colorado (location of Columbine) among others.