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Achieving "Reasonable" Security You Can Defend Against Public and Legal Scrutiny

John Pironti (President, IP Architects)

Location: Grand Ballroom E

Date: Wednesday, May 22

Time: 1:30pm - 2:20pm

Pass type: All Access, Conference - Get your pass now!

Track/Topic: Security

Format: Conference Session

Vault Recording: TBD

For your organization to survive the legal ramifications and reputational blowback of a data breach, you must be able to defend your security practices. Can you prove your business upheld a standard of “due care” and followed “reasonable security procedures and practices”? How do you know for sure?

In this session, learn how to use a “defensible” approach to information risk and security that ensures an organization can justify its strategy, actions, approach, and security posture to interested and required parties. This can often be a path to greater success for the professionals who are tasked with identifying information-related risks and ensuring they are properly managed. By adjusting approach and communications to promote the concept of defensible information risk and security, leaders and professionals who support these efforts are likely to find more success and support within their organizations.

This session will discuss five key components of this approach in detail and will include case studies and use cases to support the use of this concept.

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Achieving_Reasonable_Security_You_Can_Defend_Against_Public_and_Legal_Scrutiny__Interop_2019__5222019.pptx