DRI2015 FEATURED SESSION: Insider Threat Program: Protecting the Crown Jewels — Exclusive Interview With the Speaker!

Cyber attack mouseWith Edward Snowden and Chelsea Manning in the news, concerns over insider threats are bigger than ever. In fact, a recent survey shows a malicious attack makes up for 42% of breaches worldwide, while human error amounts to 30%. But many organizations are underprepared to respond.

“From the BCP perspective, we always ask, do you have data? Do you back it up? Do you make copies? But we don’t always ask the important question: what happens to that data if it’s compromised?” says Frank Slater, Director of Consulting Services with CGI and presenter of Insider Threat Program: Protecting the Crown Jewels, a featured session coming to DRI2015. “Not lost — lost you can replicate — but compromised.”

This fascinating session is designed to help business continuity pros recognize the most important data sets in Frank-Slatertheir organizations — and how they might be at risk. It will also detail the best methods of working with the rest of the business — such as security and HR — to develop effective strategies to protect data and mitigate damage in the event of an attack.

Want to learn more? Click here to read this exclusive interview with Frank Slater! A Director of Consulting Services with CGI and the National Capital Region (Ottawa) Business Unit’s Business Continuity Practice Leader, Slater has more than 35 years of experience in developing and maturing business continuity practices in both the public and private sectors. In this interview, he goes in-depth about insider threats, and what vital topics his session will tackle.

To learn more about this and our many other recently-added sessions, check out our updated conference program — and register today by clicking here!

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