Events and Webinars | October 5, 2020

Cybersecurity Trends in 2020 and Beyond

The year 2020 has been one for the ages. Between protesters, weather events, fires, election year hype, and a supreme court nomination, the country is polarized across many fronts. That polarization could enter the workplace if activist insiders choose to punish organizations for either their actions or their inactions. It's a no-win situation for any private or public entity.

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Here’s what you’ll learn

  • The changed landscape but continuing obligation of an employer to meet its confidentiality obligations against a cyberattack
  • The importance of classifying data
  • The proper usage of removable devices
  • What "least access necessary" means in relation to computer systems
  • Separation of duties within applications and implementing data surveillance
  • Spotting behavioral changes
  • Insurance coverages intended to provide financial protection, recovery resources and covered breach response services
  • The importance of risk transfer with cyber insurance to provide financial protection, breach recovery resources and  response services after a cyber trigger
  • The value role of cyber liability insurance in an advancing remote environment.

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