Nov
02
2016
Firm Event

Harter Secrest & Emery LLP and TAG Solutions Regional Cyber Security Luncheons

Date:
November 2, 2016


November 2, 2016 - Albany
November 22, 2016 - Rochester
November 29, 2016 - Bufffalo

The pace of cyber risk is accelerating. Ransomware attackers are targeting businesses both large and small, in every industry sector. The federal government is requiring heightened security from its vendors under NIST 800-171 and NIST 800-53r4. The New York State Department of Financial Services has proposed sweeping new cybersecurity regulations that would go into effect on January 1, 2017 with a 180-day compliance window. And hackers are targeting all aspects of your network and information stream. If you have hardened the area where you expect the most risk, hackers often pivot and target other areas, or simply co-opt an unprotected network for use in other attacks.

Join Harter Secrest & Emery's F. Paul Greene and TAG Solutions's Matthew Richardson and Jeff Miller to learn more about:

  • the other areas of cyber risk (there is risk where you may never have suspected it);
  • the NIST 800-171 and 800-53r4 standards and how they may apply to you;
  • the NIST Cybersecurity framework, and why it's important;
  • the draft regulations from the New York Department of Financial Services, and why they may affect you, even if they don't apply to you;
  • new trends in cybersecurity enforcement;
  • the latest threat vectors seen in the wild; and
  • best practices for dealing with this changing threat landscape going forward.

You will leave this session with practical recommendations on how best to address some of the most crucial risks to your operations and data.


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