Adding “Cyber Resilience” to the BCP/DR program: A how to guide to assess the program and prepare the infrastructure for recovery after a cyber attack.
Thursday, July 21, 2016 from 12:00 PM -2:00 PM
Coleman University (Scott L Rhude Hall)
8888 Balboa Ave
San Diego, CA 92123
Mr. Andrew C. Kim
Director – Technology Risk Management – Cybersecurity
BCP/DR Programs are essential to maintain corporate survivability, however new threats and vulnerabilities in cyberspace pose additional challenges for BCP/DR practitioners. Learn about these new threats and understand the “how to’s” from a cyber resilency assessment perspective. Understand what aspects of the current Program that may need to change, and what kind of current testing scenarios that should be updated. Be aware of current and emerging technologies within the cyber resilency space that may further improve an organization’s chances to recover from a cyber attack. Whether your a regulated business or not, cyber resilency continues to be a board room hot topic and an issue that you what to be sure you can address with precision.
Andy has over 15 years of Information Security, IT Audit, Security Operations, and Business Continuity Planning and Disaster Recovery experience within the Banking, Investment Management, Insurance, and Healthcare industries. Originally coming from a high availability mission critical Internet infrastructure background, Andy has implemented enterprise class Information Security programs from large franchise risk banking organizations to small entrepreneurial pre-IPO companies. This unique set of experiences allows Andy to provide a tailored approach to Technology Risk Management, balancing risk with strategic business growth.