A Risk-based Approach to Cybersecurity. Join us December 16th, 930pm IST

Cybersecurity — A Critical Element to Enterprise Risk Management 
Date Tuesday, December 16, 2014
Time 11:00 am EST | 4:00 pm GMT | 12:00 am HKT (Dec. 17)
Duration 60 minutes

In today’s highly complex business landscape, organizations are focused on understanding, managing, and mitigating cybersecurity-related risks in order to safeguard confidential information, protect their reputation, and bolster their financial performance. Cybersecurity, which has traditionally been a part of the IT team’s core responsibility, is increasingly being monitored by executive management teams and boards of directors, as a critical element of the broader enterprise risk management function. The challenge lies in consolidating the threat and vulnerability information and adding business context to the reported risk.

Identifying critical assets and taking a risk-based approach to analyze the potential threats is essential for understanding an organization’s exposure–whether financial, competitive, reputational, or regulatory. A comprehensive cybersecurity program leverages industry standards and best practices to protect systems and detect incidents that occur. It informs processes of new or emerging threats and enables timely response and recovery.

During this webcast, our experts will detail:
Regulatory trends in India and China
The key elements of an effective risk management framework in response to increased cybersecurity threats in financial institutions.
How to incorporate cyber risks into existing risk management and governance processes.
The most top-of-mind challenges in cyber security, and proven approaches to overcome these challenges.
How to implement industry standards and best practices.
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Yo Delmar
VP, Governance Risk & Compliance, MetricStream

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