As the 2021 Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency’s Cybersecurity Awareness Month draws to a close, Harter Secrest & Emery has brought together a panel of industry experts for an in depth look at optimum ways to put your incident response planning into action.
Combining threat hunting and response, insurance, and incident coaching expertise, the panel will address key considerations for before, during, and after your security incident. From visibility into the latest threats and attack styles, to assessing and making the most of insurance coverage, to public relations, reportability, and regulatory concerns, the panel will provide insight into how best to position your organization for your next cyber attack.
A key goal of the panel is to provide participants with the internal leverage to move the needle in relation to incident response readiness: advancing beyond the static page of your incident response plan to a comprehensive posture of attack and response readiness. This is an important competency for all members of an organization’s Incident Response Team, from in-house legal to CISOs to risk management, and beyond.
New York State Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Credits: New York State CLE credit: 0.5 Professional Practice
Guest Speaker Biographies
Bruce Cheney, Sr. PreSales Systems Engineer, ArcticWolf
Bruce Cheney is a well-rounded Cyber Security Leader, Researcher, Enthusiast, Evangelist, and Speaker. He is an expert at helping organizations identify and understand the real Risks and Threats of a Cyber Attack (Ransomware, Extortion, etc.).
With 25+ years of IT experience and a strong and practical knowledge of technology from Layer 1 through Layer 7, Bruce can identify and help reduce Cyber Security risks for organizations of all sizes, verticals, and geographies. He is a thought leader and expert at finding chinks in companies’ armor and explaining how to fix them.
He has the skills to deploy, train, and troubleshoot a myriad of technology solutions, as well as explain to organizations how to secure those solutions. He has years of experience in professional training on complex IT topics, so making sense of complex topics is right up his alley, allowing him to specialize in Transferring Knowledge and Operational Best Practices to Customer Staff for Post-Implementation Success.
Reggie Dejean, Specialty Insurance Manager, Lawley
Reggie is responsible for Lawley’s specialty insurance department, Reggie is responsible for Lawley’s specialty insurance department, including errors & omissions(E&O)/professional liability, medicalmalpractice, directors & officers(D&O), employment practicesliability, fiduciary liability, cyber/network security (including privacy) liability and pollution coverages.
Reggie joined Lawley in 2001. His more than 30-year career includes underwriting and management roles at Aetna, Travelers and Chubb insurance companies.
Reggie holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics from SUNY Buffalo. He is a member of the Professional Liability Underwriting Society (PLUS) and is currently pursuing his Registered Professional Liability Underwriter (RPLU) designation.
Reggie has served on various youth sports boards in Fairport, NY including soccer, baseball and softball. He also served as a trusteefor the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Western & Central NewYork for 9 years. Reggie co-chaired the Rochester Light the NightWalk for 5 years and served on the committee for their Championsfor a Cure event.