Today, the chances of being the victim of a targeted data breach are greater than ever. The fact is it's no longer if you'll be hacked but when. Businesses need to do everything they can to stop a breach, but equally important is how they react when it does.
Join Darrell Switzer, Senior Director of BAE Systems' Global Incident Response Services as he takes you through the steps businesses need to take today to prepare for tomorrow's breach. Darrell identifies the key roles and responsibilities and training required that will help reduce the exposure of a serious breach. From building a Cyber Incident Response Team to working with third-party legal counsel and law enforcement, this webinar will give you clear, actionable direction to set you on the road to an effective Incident Response plan.
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Senior Director, Global Incident Response Services, BAE Systems Applied Intelligence
Emphasizing proactive incident and problem management, Switzer is a hands-on 16-year information security executive and strategist who has assessed, built and enhanced enterprise programs to protect Fortune 500 companies in financial services, insurance, energy and utilities from cyber threats. As a leader of the cyber incident response team, Switzer is charged with helping BAE Systems Applied Intelligence's clients in Canada, Latin America and the U.S. prepare for and react to criminal attacks and data breaches. Prior to joining BAE Systems Applied Intelligence, he held senior positions with Citibank, PricewaterhouseCoopers and FishNet Security.