Equifax and Reasonable Cybersecurity - Best and Not Best Practices
September 18, 2019
Seattle Yacht Club 5:30PM - 8:30PM
Join us as Kip Boyle, CEO of Cyber Risk Opportunities shares details about the recent Equifax data breach. That data breach will surely drive a good chunk of the $6 trillion in worldwide damages expected from cybersecurity breaches by 2021. Much like the findings of an aircraft accident investigation, we can learn a lot by examining the wreckage of a major cyber incident. We’ll explore these questions in the talk:
- What did Equifax get right before, during, and immediately after the breach?
- What did Equifax get wrong?
- Did Equifax practice reasonable cybersecurity?
- What is “reasonable” cybersecurity anyway?
- Does reasonable cybersecurity apply to me? How?
||Kip Boyle is founder and CEO of Cyber Risk Opportunities, whose mission is to enable executives to become more proficient cyber risk managers. His customers have included the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank, Boeing, Visa, Intuit, Mitsubishi, DuPont, and many others. A cybersecurity expert since 1992, he was previously the director of wide area network security for the Air Force’s F-22. Raptor program and a senior consultant for Stanford Research Institute (SRI). Kip has a graduate certificate in executive leadership and a master’s in business management. He lives in the Seattle area with his wife and six children. LinkedIn Profile