Post-Breach Impact: A Cost Compendium
- Thursday, November 19th, 2015 at 1:00 PM EST (18:00:00 UTC)
- Barb Filkins, Gabriel Gumbs and Johannes Hoech
You can now attend the webcast using your mobile device!
Post-breach costs from incidents that leak sensitive data range from very expensive to pennies per breach in the luckiest of cases, according to this new SANS survey that examines ongoing costs following a breach. Based on interviews with a number of breached organizations complemented by online survey results, this innovative new survey examines post-breach costs across several key industry segments including finance, health care, education, government and retail.
The results of this survey are intended to help organizations minimize post-breach financial exposure. Attend this webcast and learn the following from those who've been breached:
- How to prioritize resources to avoid the most costly consequences of a breach (Hint: Most of it has to do with how sensitive data is handled and protected)
- The most expensive types of breach activities to recover from
- What influences the cost of a breach response
- How to improve organizational readiness for a breach
- How drivers and motivations of attackers impact breach preparedness
Register for this webcast and be among the first to receive the associated whitepaper written by Barbara Filkins.
Please view the associated white paper here.
Barbara Filkins, a senior SANS analyst who holds the CISSP and SANS GSEC (Gold), GCIH (Gold), GSLC (Gold), GCCC (Gold), GCPM (Silver) and GLEG (Gold) certifications, has done extensive work in system procurement, vendor selection and vendor negotiations as a systems engineering and infrastructure design consultant. She is deeply involved with HIPAA security issues in the health and human services industry, with clients ranging from federal agencies (Department of Defense and Department of Veterans Affairs) to municipalities and commercial businesses. Barbara focuses on issues related to automation--privacy, identity theft and exposure to fraud, as well as the legal aspects of enforcing information security in today's mobile and cloud environments.
Gabriel Gumbs, Identity Finder vice president of product strategy and technical marketing, harnesses a unique mix of technical vision, marketing and business acumen to deliver thought leadership, along with product and content strategy initiatives. An accomplished security professional, IT director and avid triathlete, Gabriel's knowledge of the security business spans 15 years across multiple disciplines.
Johannes Hoech, Identity Finder's chief marketing officer, is a seasoned, mission-driven executive who has contributed leadership and functional skills to a variety of operational, product management and marketing roles in Fortune 500 companies and start-ups. His area of security specialization is quantification of financial security risk and the associated quantification of security investments and post-breach costs.