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Breaching the Company through the C-Suite: Attack Patterns, Mitigations and Legal Issues

Breaching the Company through the C-Suite: Attack Patterns, Mitigations and Legal Issues

The executive has always been in the crosshairs as a primary target for hacking, even more so recently. Cybercriminals have been using the vast amounts of accessible dark web data, public information on executives, and relative ease of home IP address mapping to target executives in their personal spheres. Compared to breaking through company channels and firewalls, attacking though their personal channels is easier, faster and evades the company’s defense systems.

Watch this educational web conference in which we’ll explore the role the executive plays in being a vector for corporate attack and compromise and how you, the external counsel and/or privacy professional can understand and mitigate these cyber and privacy threats to the company.

We will use real examples of executive breaches to discuss the impacts on the company and roles counsel/privacy professionals have played proactively in securing these companies and during breach remediation, as well.

Watch the presentation to:

  • Hear about our unique research on corporate cybersecurity and privacy threats.
  • Understand the top vectors of attack against C-suite executives.
  • Learn about threats to the corporate enterprise and things to consider from a mitigation perspective.
  • Discuss some of the legal ramifications caused by executive risks and directed attacks.

Host:
Dave Cohen, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, Knowledge Manager, IAPP

Panelist:
Chris Pierson, CIPP/US, CIPP/G, Founder and CEO, BLACKCLOAK

Watch here: https://vimeo.com/468952034

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