Cyber Security, Part 2
You have been warned. Cyberattack is on a rise. Are you ready?
Your organization has just been the victim of a cyberattack! It’s not a matter of if, but when the media and your clients contact the company to learn how the breach occurred, what is being done to remedy the situation and restore their confidence. There’s a good chance the breach will soon become public knowledge.
As the executive team works feverishly to gather information, word is starting to spread through the organization. What do you tell your employees, clients and business partners? Time is ticking… Do you have a strategic communication plan? Are there resources to bring resolution and restore client confidence? What steps should have been taken to prevent the breach? Does the company have a cyber liability insurance policy? What does it do?
Proactive implementation of cyber risk management strategies, operationalizing cyber policies, and institutionalizing consistent training are a few of the best practices companies should consider as we continue to toggle between an in-person and virtual existence.
This program is Part 2 of our Cyber Series. Our panelists will discuss:
• Real world cyber-attacks, examples of company responses and lessons learned from an organizational perspective.
• Response strategies in the event of a cyber-attack to ensure seamless coordination across departments, minimize the impact to the company’s reputation and maintain brand resiliency.
• Best practices, preventive measures and collaboration models between HR and the Cyber Security team to reduce risk and create “human firewalls”.
• The critical role strategic communications plays in an organization’s business continuity strategy during a crisis and key steps to prepare for and effectively respond to a cyberattack.
• The importance of taking decisive actions from the start, developing and implementing a crisis communication plan, and effectively communication to internal and external customers.
• Learning to mitigate reputational damage to your organization and preserve trust with stakeholders.
Partner, President - Anthology Public Relations
Nathan is immersed in all aspects of the state’s business community drawing upon his business and media insights, marketplace knowledge and industry connections to counsel clients in various sectors to help achieve their objectives. With more than 20 years of experience in the industry, he also has a strong background in strategic planning, media relations and social media, as well as experience in all aspects of public relations – including tourism, corporate and public affairs, issues management, crisis communications, government and community relations.
Nathan serves on the board of directors for Junior Achievement of Hawaii, Honolulu Festival Foundation, and JTB Goodwill Foundation. He also volunteers his time as a mentor in the Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii's Young Professionals program, chairs The Pacific Club's NextGen Committee and is president-elect of the Rotary Club of Downtown Honolulu.
In 2018, Nathan was named the Gregg W. Perry Public Relations Professional of the Year by the Hawaii Chapter of PRSA. He was named to Pacific Business News' annual list of Forty Under 40 honorees in 2014. And in 2013, PRSA Hawaii honored Nathan with its President’s Leadership Award in recognition of his contributions to the success of the profession. He is also a past president of PRSA Hawaii and served on the PRSA Travel and Tourism Section’s executive committee from 2012-2018.
Raised on the island of Hawaii, Nathan is a graduate of the University of Hawaii at Manoa, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism. He is also a graduate of Konawaena High School where he lettered in baseball.
Vice President, Business Development, Cyber Solutions Group
Prior to joining the Aon Cyber Solutions Group, Scott spent 3 years a Vice President, Business Development for an application security and GRC consulting firm, focused on organizational threat modeling, security program development/outsourcing, and penetration testing of applications, network, IoT devices. Scott helped his clients design and implement risk-based application security programs that focused on balancing business impact from exploits of vulnerabilities with cost of remediation. He helped clients develop risk frameworks to measure security program impacts and communicate risk to non-technical stakeholders outside of IT and security organizations.
Before that, Scott spent 4 years as Vice President of Business Development for a cyber security tools company that marketed a SaaS based application vulnerability scanning tool, where he was responsible for joint solution development and strategic alliances. Scott led an initiative to develop risk-based metrics program to help guide clients on remediation decisions based in business impact instead of technical risk.
Previously, Scott spent 17 years in both hardware and software-based technology companies in a variety of business development, product management and sales positions.
Scott has direct experience working with clients developing holistic cyber risk management strategies by integrating cyber security and risk management processes.
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