Date: Wednesday, March 11, 2015
Time: 2:00 p.m. ET/ 11:00 a.m. PT
Security auditors make a living picking apart mid-to-large size organizations security practices. And there are a lot of reasons businesses need to pay more attention than ever.
For one, the cost for non-compliance have reached business altering heights – Forrester Research estimates up to $1 Billion in PCI-DSS and state privacy act fines, loss of sales, additional security investments, and legal and audit costs faced by Target.
Then there's the increased level of cyberattacks. 69% of executives are concerned that their organizations may be vulnerable to targeted malware attacks, APTs and other sophisticated cybercrime and cyber-espionage tactics according to an independent blind survey of 200 US-based C-level executives conducted by Opinion Matters in June 2013.
And who's accountable? It's you. Another survey of 203 US C-level executives revealed that 44% of C-level executives believe CISOs "should be accountable for any organizational data breaches.
In face of this web of challenges, there are strategies you can develop to considerably improve your file transfer security and compliance positon – and take much of the risk out of your next audit.
Hear it straight from the expert - Mike Kamens, JD, CISM, CRISC, a Regulatory Compliance Consultant will deliver an exclusive 25-minute web briefing and share an insider's secrets to:
- How a managed file transfer strategy mitigates your risk
- How to off-set liabilities
- How to justify budget for critical security/compliance initiatives prior to a data breach
- How to prioritize security projects and set expectations that compliance is a journey and not a destination
- Overcoming the pinto effect 'cheaper to pay the cost of a lawsuit then fix the problem'
Paul Castiglione, Managed File Transfer Education Lead, Ipswitch, Inc.
Michael Kamens, Regulatory Compliance Consultant