Anatomy of a Data Breach: and what to do if it happens to you

A full-day virtual event on the missteps and vulnerabilities that lead to security incidents and breaches – and how to respond to an attack.

As the saying goes, it’s not a matter of “if” your organization will suffer a cyberattack: it’s a matter of “when.” That conventional wisdom amid today’s complicated and active threat landscape may seem overwhelming, but knowing the most common vulnerabilities and oversights that threat actors typically abuse – as well as the best practices for responding to a security incident -- can make all the difference in protecting your sensitive data from an attacker who has made their way into your network. Is your organization ready to respond when a cyber attacker intrudes?

Learn the main causes of a data breach and the keys to an conducting an effective incident response in a new virtual event: Anatomy of a Data Breach: And What to Do if it Happens to You. This free, one-day online conference in Q2 2023, produced by the editors of Dark Reading, offers a look at some of the most common vulnerabilities that lead to enterprise data breaches, as well as the latest tools and best practices for incident response. You’ll get insight on how to find and fix the security vulnerabilities in your organization – before the attackers find them. You’ll learn state-of-the-art practices and techniques to protect your data from ransomware, cyber extortion, and other current threats. Best of all, you’ll get insight on what to do when you’ve discovered a compromise, and how to limit its impact.

If you want to learn how today’s most dangerous breaches occur – and how to respond if your organization gets hit -- then this virtual event is for you. Register today.

Topics include:

  • A deep dive into how the most damaging data breaches occur, and what vulnerabilities they exploit
  • How to identify and remediate security vulnerabilities in your network
  • Key steps to ensure that both your internally developed apps and your third-party software are free of dangerous vulnerabilities
  • What to do if you suspect your data has been compromised
  • How to mitigate the damage from an attack
  • Building blocks for a solid incident response plan
  • And much more!

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