In today’s highly regulatory environment it is essential that you have a clear understanding of risk across the enterprise. A risk management framework can bring visibility to key business and compliance risks and enable a company to make decisions on where to prioritize its limited resources. It is through a risk management framework that real value to the business can be achieved. Join us as HALOCK partner, Chris Cronin presents on 2 hot topics.
DATE: February 20, 2020 TIME: 8:30am-5:00pm
CREDITS: 7 CPE / 0.7 CEU / CISSP / 7 PDU Credits Awarded
LOCATION: Donald E. Stephens Convention Center 5555 N. River Rd.
Rosemont, IL 60093
Is There Such a Thing as Reasonable Privacy?
U.S.-based organizations are finding that new and emerging privacy regulations are difficult to comply with. In many ways those regulations change our relationships with our customers and the public, and makes us stewards of information that they own. Many new privacy requirements are straightforward to implement (such as requiring opt-in and opt-out policies, and processes to field consumer inquiries). But some requirements, such as the right to be forgotten, reasonably verifying the identify of consumer requestors, and using reasonable security safeguards create a potentially expensive and harrowing grey area.
During this session Chris Cronin will show a feature common among privacy regulations such as GDPR and CCPA that will help you clearly define what reasonable privacy controls are. By using Duty of Care Risk Analysis (DoCRA) your organization will be able to show that your controls are reasonable when you address your needs and the public’s needs as equally important.
The Cybersecurity Department: Making Cybersecurity a Business Competency Through Key Risk Indicators
CAMP IT Conference – Executives and Boards manage what they know, and stress about what they don’t know, and they stress over cybersecurity. Most organizations do not have cybersecurity specialists at their helm because their business has not relied on that capability until very recently. Cybersecurity has grown from the bottom-up in the hands of technicians, and from the top-down from regulators and engineers. But few organizations have articulated their cybersecurity objectives and risks in a manner that executives can engage with. This has resulted in alienating the people who approve our priorities, resources, and budgets.
Chris Cronin will explain the root causes of the breakdowns between executive leadership and cybersecurity practitioners and will show how DoCRA-based analytics help executives make informed decisions about priorities, resources, and budgets.
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