Kip Boyle, CEO of Cyber Risk Opportunities, and Jake Bernstein, JD and CyberSecurity Practice Lead at Focal Law Group, discusses DoCRA – Duty of Care Risk Analysis.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has been vaguely requiring financial institutions to use “reasonable” security controls since 1999. That is about to change.
NetDiligence Cyber Risk Summit: What is Reasonable Cyber Security? The panel provided an overview of the risk-based analysis process that substantiates the method, and presented the legal, regulatory, and security best-practice history that informs the method. Each participant presented why the method successfully substantiates the term “reasonable” in their work and provided anecdotes that illustrate […]
NetDiligence Cyber Risk Virtual Summit
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What is ‘Reasonable’? The background of how ‘duty of care’ arose as an important element of security and risk planning.
As the cybersecurity industry grows, so do the concepts and terms to help us manage security policies and business objectives. This edition of ‘What is the Meaning of This?’ focuses on duty of care, reasonableness, and CIS RAM.
The American Health Lawyers Association (AHLA) Webinar on Reasonable Security: Thought Leader Perspectives Webinar – Adopting Duty of Care Risk Analysis to Drive Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) Learn best practices in establishing reasonable security safeguards.
After your organization has a data breach, what would you say to a judge that asked if your safeguards were ‘reasonable?’