When physical or cyber disaster strikes, how will your organization respond? Do you have documented and tested plans when critical infrastructure fails, hackers take over or when lives are at stake? Disruptions in services are costly. According to a recent Forrester survey, most businesses say 72% of their applications are business and mission critical. For every hour, minute and even second a system is down, you face productivity loss and loss of customer confidence. A recent eWeek survey puts average downtime at $5,600 a minute—and Amazon estimates a 100MS delay = $6.79M. And it is not only IT failure; you face physical threats like the heartbreaking 2015 San Bernardino shooting. This workshop helps business continuity leaders and security professionals identify risks, learn to work together to document the steps required to make the right decisions, and practice incident response through several “live-fire” simulations.
October 11, 2017
Key learning points:
- Link cyber and business continuity planning
- Think on your feet, make decisions and respond in disastrous incidents
- Work with public safety and protect your staff in active shooter situations
About Simon Puleo
Simon Puleo, CEH (Certified Ethical Hacker), is an educator/trainer by day and a security researcher by night. In his role as a global enablement specialist at Micro Focus he educates employees and customers on identity powered security with an emphasis in access control including multi-factor authentication and identity governance. Before Micro Focus, Puleo was with HPE Enterprise Security enabling global sales in application security, encryption key management and SIEM. He is actively engaged in researching the cyber-threat landscape and sharing his insights in seminars and articles. Puleo is a regular contributor to ITPS Magazine and the Micro Focus blog.
About Ron LaPedis
Ron LaPedis, CISSP, is a sales enablement specialist at Micro Focus. Prior to joining Micro Focus, he was a hands-on security leader, designing secure offshore development environments, and writes on the topics of cybersecurity, physical security, disaster recovery and business continuity. He has lead or participated in the design of dozens of business continuity plans and secure networks for financial and healthcare institutions around the world.