Cyber Resiliency:
Preparing for the Inevitable

Philip Schenkenber

Philip Schenkenberg, Attorney, Director, and Shareholder, Briggs and Morgan, P.A.

Mark Abbott

Mark Abbott, Chief Information Officer, Atomic Data

Massoud Amin

Massoud Amin, Director, Technological Leadership Institute, University of Minnesota

Loren Dealy Mahler

Loren Dealy Mahler, Vice President, Corporate Communications, MWW Group

Jeremy Wunsch

Jeremy Wunsch, Founder & CEO, LuciData

 

Lately, some in the cyber security industry have advocated a shift in focus from cyber security to cyber resiliency. The thinking behind the change in philosophy is that at some inevitable point in time, a vulnerability will be exploited by a threat — and thus companies must be prepared to absorb the impact of these events by being resilient.

Whereas cyber security tends to focus on mitigating the likelihood of an attack in the first place, cyber resiliency would focus on how to recover from a realized attack. This idea started gaining traction prior to the massive Target breach, but it has since gained more attention. The question is what happens to security (prevention-side) if cyber resiliency (recovery-side) becomes the new hot trend? Are we just going to throw up our hands and give up trying to prevent attacks?

At this year's Cyber Security Summit, these questions and others will be tackled by a panel of experts including:

Moderator: Philip Schenkenberg, Attorney, Director, and Shareholder, Briggs and Morgan, P.A.
Panelists:
Mark Abbott, Chief Information Officer, Atomic Data
Massoud Amin, Director, Technological Leadership Institute, University of Minnesota
Loren Dealy Mahler, Vice President, Corporate Communications, MWW Group; former White House National Security Council Communications Leader (former DoD official, and House Armed Services staff)
Jeremy Wunsch, Founder & CEO, LuciData

Sign up for the 2014 Cyber Security Summit today for this session and others, including:

  • The Ever Changing Threat Landscape
  • What the Cyber Security Crisis Means for American Business
  • Year of the Large Scale Breach: “Crimeware as a Service”
  • And many more …
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Cyber Security Summit 2014
October 21-22, 2014
Minneapolis, MN

 

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