“Cybersecurity risks pose grave threats to our investors, our capital markets, and our country.” Securities and Exchange Commission – 2018.
As it’s not a question of “if” but “when” a cyberattack will occur, SEC guidance states that public companies that may be subject to cybersecurity risks should inform investors about those risks even if they have not yet been exposed to a cyber-attack. This responsibility is shouldered by directors and business leaders.
- How can directors and business leaders stay informed and be prepared to act quickly to mitigate risk when an attack happens?
- What steps must companies take to avoid the financial loss, business disruption and damage to organizational reputation if their information technology systems fail?
- And, how can this be accomplished in an economical manner?
Don’t miss the opportunity to hear what the experts have to say about maximizing digital technologies while minimizing cyber risk.
**This briefing was designed by the FBI in partnership with Private Sector Engagement Partner, Jim Skeen, and the SD Cyber Center of Excellence.**