Now available On Demand | Earn up to 1 CPE Credit
Ransomware attacks—malware encrypted data held for financial ransom—increased more than 90 percent last year, and there's no indication that trend is slowing. Since targeted companies may have their primary modes of communication disabled indefinitely, they must be prepared with the right technology and processes in place to disseminate information to key stakeholders throughout the unfolding crisis.
Join security professionals Ann Pickren, President of OnSolve and Cheryl Carmel, Vice President of Security, for a fast-paced tour of the front lines from business continuity planning to essential collaboration between physical and IT security functions.
Ensuring Business Continuity After a Ransomware Attack will explore a proactive approach informed by the real-world application of the Enterprise Security Risk Management (ESRM) model.
Key takeaways or learning objectives
- Real-world assessment of emerging threat vectors
- Effective linking of security activities to organizational mission.
- Collaboration techniques that define a coherent organizational response to unfolding ransomware crisis
Ann Pickren currently serves as the President, Commercial for OnSolve, LLC. Ann has spent 20+ years in the Business Continuity and Crisis Communications field, having held positions at Comdisco and SunGard for over 16 years. Her expertise spans all business continuity lifecycle services. She currently holds her MBCI certification and is a member of the DRJ Executive Council, a past board member of the BCI USA Chapter, past President and board member of the Atlanta ACP Chapter.
Cheryl Carmel, CISSP, CIPT is the vice president security for OnSolve. Her responsibilities include all domains of the Security Program for the company. Her background includes many years in various roles in the security and technology field in industries including business continuity and financial software.
Gain access to all live and on-demand webinars for 2021—a minimum of 20 CPE-accredited programs on topics such as active shooter, ESRM, workplace violence, DE&I, and business continuity—PLUS the complete 2020 on-demand catalog for one low subscription fee. With content delivered by security experts who have proven expertise in their field, ASIS webinar content is relevant to the work you do as a practitioner every day. Build your security knowledge—or enable team training—by staying informed, efficiently and affordably.
$149 member | $199 nonmember
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