November 9, 2021 virtual chapter meeting
6:00PM – 6:15PM: Chapter Updates
6:15PM – 7:30PM: speaker - "The 8 Questions a Judge Will Ask You After a Data Breach" by Terry Kurzynski
7:30PM - 7:45PM - (ISC)² Silicon Valley Chapter 2022 Board of Directors election
7:45PM - 8:00PM: Member Round Table - Start with introductions. What is everyone up to? How is everyone doing?
Speaker: "The 8 Questions a Judge Will Ask You After a Data Breach" by Terry Kurzynski
Abstract: What is “reasonable” security? If you are breached and your case goes to litigation, you will be asked to demonstrate “due care.” This is the language judges use to describe “reasonable.” Organizations must use safeguards to ensure that risk is reasonable to the organization and appropriate to other interested parties at the time of the breach. This presentation references case law, regulatory oversight, and the Center for Internet Security Risk Assessment Method (CIS RAM), with a discussion on the future implications of this approach toward defining reasonableness. CIS RAM is based on the Duty of Care Risk Analysis standard (DoCRA.org) and is recognized by attorneys, regulators and interested parties for its ability to demonstrate reasonable implementation of controls.
Define risk assessment criteria so they allow for comparison, reflect the organization’s values, and will hold up to public scrutiny.
Model and select threats that are relevant to information assets and controls.
Estimate the likelihood of risks.
This presentation is an update of the one he presented at (ISC)² 2019 Security Congress.
About the speaker: Terry Kurzynski (CISSP, CISA, PCI QSA, ISO 27001 AUDITOR), Senior Partner at HALOCK Security Labs
With a background in cyber security, networking, application development, audit, project management, and consulting, Terry has a unique skill set in providing strategic advice to clients. Terry is a Board Member of The DoCRA Council and a contributing author of the CIS Risk Assessment Method (RAM). Terry is a CISSP, CISA, PCI QSA, and ISO 27001 Auditor with over 25 years of experience in IT and Security Consulting. He Graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a B.S. in Computer Science.
Where: online Zoom webinar
When: November 9, 2021 06:00 PM Pacific Time
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