8:30–9:40 A.M. General Session
Business-Driven Risk Management and Cybersecurity
Aaron Pritz, Reveal Risk
Businesses and CPA firms today must focus beyond technology risks when it comes to managing cybersecurity risks. It is important to hone in on business risks, impacts, and controls to focus and prioritize their cybersecurity efforts. Gone are the days where security is an IT driven responsibility.
Aaron Pritz will focus on how to inspire your organizations and firms to bring the burden of securing your companies out of the basement of IT and into a more holistic business-oriented effort. He will explore the modern business risk and threat landscape that organizations face and how to make the cyber (one of the top enterprise risks of this century) more manageable.
9:40–9:50 A.M. Break
It's time to stretch and get a coffee refill.
9:50–11 A.M. General Session
High Tech Crimes Unit: A Partnership between Indiana State University & Vigo County
Dr. Jason James, CFE, CIA, CISA, Sec+, SSCP, Indiana State University
Join Dr. Jason James, CFE, CIA, CISA, Sec+, SSCP, Instructor of Cybersecurity at Indiana State University as he leads a discussion on the new partnership Indiana State University has formed with Vigo county and why it’s a win-win for both students at Indiana State University School of Criminology and Security Studies and Vigo county.
Topics discussed in this session include:
- What is Vigo county and Indiana State University are sharing about cybercrimes
- Types of cyber-attacks/crimes we are seeing
- Real life cases of cybersecurity attack and how they were resolved
- What happens after a cyberattack occurs
11–11:10 A.M. Break
11:10 A.M.–12:10 P.M. General Session
Things to Consider when Securing Cyber Insurance
Siddharth “Sid” Bose, Ice Miller, LLP.
This session will cover the basics of cyber insurance, and the common pitfalls in cyber insurance coverages. This session addresses what companies should consider when assessing their cyber insurance policy and overall coverage approach. Participants will learn from review of cyber events and their repercussions, executive level perspectives on insurance, exclusions (e.g. “act of war”), coverage losses, and considerations in procuring/renewing coverage and the potential cyber insurance market of the near future.