Incident Response Tabletop: Working with Law Enforcement and Insurers
Previously presented on Thursday, July 8th | 2:00 pm EDT
No matter how prepared, it’s an emotional and stressful experience managing a cyber data breach. While law enforcement can help recover stolen funds, provide decryption keys for ransomware attacks, and assist with insurance and regulator engagement, many firms are concerned that law enforcement will make the event public or even report the event to regulators. Join Mark Sangster, author of No Safe Harbor and eSentire Industry Security Strategist and U.S.S.S. agent TBC, as they run a simplified tabletop to demystify law enforcement misconceptions, and demonstrate how they collaborate to determine attribution, prosecute the threat actors, and support your recovery operations.
What Attendees will learn about:
- Engaging law enforcement in IR planning and security awareness t
- Accelerating recovery after an attack
- Navigating financial recovery and insurance claims
View the recording below or download the slides and white paper.
Vice President and Industry Security Strategist
As a member of the LegalSec Council with the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA), Mark Sangster is a cybersecurity evangelist who has spent significant time researching and speaking to peripheral factors influencing the way that legal firms integrate cybersecurity into their day-to-day operations. In addition to his passion for cybersecurity, Mark’s 20-year sales and marketing career was established with industry giants like Intel Corporation, BlackBerry, and Cisco Systems.
Mark’s experience unites a strong technical aptitude and an intuitive understanding of regulatory agencies. During his time at BlackBerry, Mark worked on the first secure devices for government agencies. Since then, he has continued to build mutually beneficial relationships with regulatory agencies in key sectors.
Mark holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Western Ontario and a Business Diploma from Humber College.