Security Congress Abstract

3011 - Cyber Resiliency Keys to Survive Post-Breach Scenario with Incident Response Planning

Wednesday, October 10
9:45 AM - 11:45 AM
Location: Floor 2 - Studio 3 & 4

*Pre-registered event

This course will launch our students into a breathtaking view of a real world threat attack scenario of a startup company that has just been hacked. They go from cloud 9 having just launched a new payment services app that has skyrocketed them to jet-setting careers, to suddenly being the target of a series of threat vectors, only to be blindsided by yet another attack.
We take them through the war room, in a trial by fire scenario where they must rapidly identify the threat vectors, put together an incident response plan, Identify members of their CSIRT Team, and establish a communication plan which they action to all key stakeholders.
After each team presents their findings we will take them through an After Action Review (AAR) and explore what they did right and what they absolutely got all wrong. We explore the key Post-Breach risks, that if mis-calculated could cost them their business, their reputation, and have legal ramifications as well. Students walk away with a clear understanding of how to action a plan in their own organizations. Provide them with two key takeaways, critical to their survival in the new cyber age of evolution. This course is key to those who wish to establish a real and actionable Risk Mitigation Strategy, and stay out of jail, while being great stewards of their critical end user data.


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Bartley Corbin, MBA

Global Cybersecurity Executive

Bartley D. Corbin, CISSP, ITIL, MA, MBA - Global Cybersecurity TDA - Over 15 years within the field of Information Technology and overall project leadership experience in the Federal/DoD arena. He has served in the U.S. Army as well as the U.S. Air Force. He holds a Master of Arts in Computer Resources and Information Management, and a Masters of Business Administration. Prior to working at EMC as a Sr. Solutions Architect and Principal Consultant, he served at Space Command Headquarters for the National Security Space Institute as the Communications Computer Systems Operations Specialist. In 2011, he joined the Dell Team to assist at U.S. Army Pacific Command in Honolulu, HI. Today he is the Global Technical Design Architect for EUC Cybersecurity at DellEMC.


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