Why incident response preparedness helps improve digital operational resilience, regulatory response and C-Suite support.


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Entities must test their digital operational resilience regularly to evaluate and assess their environment in their ability, capability, and maturity, by the strength of their response, communication, and vulnerability identification. As increased regulatory scrutiny and requirements are coming to a mandatory need for those with business-to-business supply chain connections to the European Union (E.U.), organisations must strengthen the I.T. security of financial entities such as banks, insurance companies and investment firms in order to stay resilient in the event of a severe operational disruption.

Organisations hold an enormous amount of business critical data and customer information, with a continued threat of ransomware attacks to disrupt businesses, where regulators are increasingly taking a tough stance on how entities respond, but crucial their preparedness and communications to external and internal stakeholders.

This presentation session, will provide a high level insight to the considerations organisations need to start improving or considering as part of their own strategy, to successfully be better prepared to a cyber crisis, by improving their digital operational resiliency.

About the speaker

Bruce KeebleBruce Keeble

Bruce Keeble is Cyber Lead at Interpath Advisory. Part of his mission-driven approach is to reduce the financial and human cost of cyber incidents by helping companies to improve their cyber resilience. He has over 20 years of forensic and investigation experience, where he has performed cyber forensic global and cross-border investigations. His experience includes expert witness reporting in civil and criminal cases in all parts of the UK. In his own time, he is an ambassador to the charity The Cyber Helpline (to support victims of cybercrime).

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Webinar: Digital resilience
Date and time
Tuesday 12 March, 4:00pm - 5:00pm

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