Oct 12 Webinar - Tales from the Digital Frontlines: Common Pitfalls that Cyber Responders Encounter When Arriving at the Scene – And How Businesses Can Get Ahead of Them
Cyberattacks are increasing while the industry talent shortage persists. Many professional Incident Response teams are forced to respond to multiple battles in tandem, while many internal business teams lack the necessary resources to mitigate and recover from cyberattacks in the first place. Amid this uneven battlefield, it's essential for businesses to effectively prepare for cyber crises and develop and test incident response plans and playbooks that can help them save time and money.
But what do those at the frontlines of responding to cybersecurity incidents have to say about the average state of preparedness they encounter when "arriving at the scene" of a cyber attack? Are businesses as ready as they think they are for the battle?
IBM Security X-Force Incident Responders have responded to and remediated thousands of cyberattacks around the world, giving them an inside look at the most common gaps and mistakes that businesses make when establishing incident response plans and playbooks, often complicating the response process and impeding a speedy recovery.
Join this webinar to hear first-hand from X-Force Incident Responders what can make or break cyber incident response and recovery efforts, based on common pitfalls they've encountered during their engagements. Learn about steps security leaders can take to better prepare their environment for a cyber crisis and help alleviate some of the extreme pressure bestowed on cyber incident responders today.
Mitch Mayne, Public Information Officer, IBM Security X-Force.
Mitch Mayne is a well-known voice in the cybersecurity realm, and the author of several thought leadership articles and the host of multiple podcast series that help organizations stay safer from cyber threats. He holds a Masters Degree in Communication and Media from Stanford University.
Meg West, Cybersecurity Incident Response Consultant, IBM Security X-Force.
Megan “Meg” West, CISSP, is an Incident Response Consultant for IBM Security X-Force’s Incident Response Team. Prior to joining IBM, she worked as the Global Cybersecurity Incident Response Manager for another Fortune 100 company. She’s a leading social influencer in the cybersecurity space and currently holds the CISSP and Security+ certifications as well as a Master of Science degree in cybersecurity.
John Dwyer, Head of Research, IBM Security X-Force; Laurance Dine, Global Partner X-Force Incident Response.
John Dwyer (@TactiKoolSec) is the head of research for the IBM Security X-Force where he leads research efforts to uncover interesting findings based on the work done by the client-facing teams, as well as development projects to improve cross-functional solutions to enhance X-Force service offerings.
Laurance Dine, Global Partner, X-Force Incident Response, IBM Security.
Laurance Dine, Global Leader, X-Force Incident Response brings almost two decades of digital forensics and incident response expertise to IBM Security. He’s a recognized thought leader and subject matter expert for his incident response acumen, and is certified in multiple jurisdictions as an expert witness, testifying in both civil litigation and criminal prosecutions.