Ransomware attacks are on the rise. Is YOUR organization ready?
Ransomware continues to be one of the fastest-growing cyber-attacks, with a 62% year-over-year increase. What is your company doing in advance of a ransomware attack to mitigate the damage? Are you proactively working with your legal team to ensure that contracts and clauses include business partners or cloud providers?
GLS has partnered with Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) to present a deep dive webinar session on Ransomware Readiness. Discussion topics include:
Legal challenges of ransomware
Regulatory issues around ransomware
Questions you should be asking of your ransomware insurers
What policies you should have in place
The risks associated with not paying the ransom
The legal risks associated with paying the ransom
Using an escrow agent
Mark D. Rasch – Of Counsel, Kohrman Jackson & Krantz LLP
Mark Rasch is a lawyer and computer security and privacy expert and a lawyer in Bethesda, Maryland and a Professor of Cyberlaw and Cyber-crime at George Washington University School of Law.
Rasch’s career spans more than 35 years of corporate and government cybersecurity, computer privacy, regulatory compliance, computer forensics and incident response. Earlier in his career, Rasch was with the U.S. Department of Justice where he led the department’s efforts to investigate and prosecute cyber and high-technology crime, starting the computer crime unit within the Criminal Division’s Fraud Section, efforts which eventually led to the creation of the Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section of the Criminal Division. He was responsible for various high-profile computer crime prosecutions, including Kevin Mitnick, Kevin Poulsen and Robert Tappan Morris.
Suzanne Gorman – Vice President, Information Security and Risk Management Evangelist, Global Learning Systems
Suzanne is well known for designing and implementing comprehensive information security programs, with an emphasis on security awareness training. She holds both CISSP and CRISC certifications. Suzanne has spent most of her 35+year career on Wall Street leading large Information Security teams. Suzanne was an active contributor to numerous government councils and advisory committees, she worked on government initiatives at both state and federal levels.
Suzanne has served as the Chairperson of the Financial Services Information Sharing Analysis Center (FS/ISAC) and ISAC Council. She has testified before Congress on “Cybersecurity for The Homeland.” Information Security Magazine honored Suzanne with a “Women of Vision” award naming her one of the top 25 most influential women in the information security industry.