Breach Response Readiness
What the C-Suite Needs to Know

It’s no longer a case of ‘if you will be breached’, but instead how you’ll respond to and remediate the situation ‘once you are breached.’ – Kevin Mandia, CEO, FireEye

Our FireEye 2017 M-Trends report indicates that the average global dwell time of an attacker within a targeted environment is 99 days. This gives adversaries over three months to roam your network and steal sensitive data—before the breach is even detected.

Cyber security and breach response readiness is an evolving responsibility that has become a strategic priority for enterprises worldwide.

Given today’s cyber landscape, all C-suite leaders have an important role to play in their organization’s cyber security posture and incident response (IR) plan. Their individual and departmental contributions must help protect vital assets, safeguard privacy and ensure uninterrupted operations.

Join the conversation as Troy Scavella, Principal Consultant of Mandiant, a FireEye company, talks to executives about:

  • The current state of C-suite breach response involvement, and how their status is evolving
  • A best practice phased approach of executive contributions to be made before, during and after a breach occurs
  • Actionable tips for executives to apply and enforce across each phase of the breach response process
  • Protection of critical assets with effective breach response preparation and improvements

Featured Speaker

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Troy Scavella

Principal Consultant
Mandiant, A FireEye Company
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