CIO/ CISO National Virtual Panel
December 9, 2021
Ransomware: How to Reduce Your Likelihood of Being a Victim
Colonial Pipeline. JBS meat processor. Scripps Health. The list of recent high-profile ransomware victims is long and growing. So are the costs to recover from these crimes.
But what if you could take preventive steps to reduce your likelihood of becoming a ransomware victim? BitSight recently analyzed hundreds of ransomware incidents to identify common security performance gaps and challenges that lead to successful ransomware incidents. One finding: Poor patching performance is a strong indicator of increased risk to ransomware. In fact, organizations with less mature patching programs are 7x more likely to experience a ransomware incident.
Register for this executive roundtable for new insights and discussion about:
- Sector-specific insights tied to recent ransomware trends
- Vulnerabilities that indicate a heightened risk of ransomware
- Programmatic areas to reduce the likelihood of being a ransomware victim
BitSight transforms how organizations manage cyber risk. The BitSight Security Ratings Platform applies sophisticated algorithms, producing daily security ratings that range from 250 to 900, to help organizations manage their own security performance; mitigate third party risk; underwrite cyber insurance policies; conduct financial diligence; and assess aggregate risk. With over 2,100 global customers and the largest ecosystem of users and information, BitSight is the Standard in Security.
Global Director, Endpoint Security
Director & ISO
Speaker: Chris Poulin, Deputy CTO, BitSight Technologies
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Chris is the Deputy CTO at BitSight Technologies, guiding enterprises in assessing risk metrics and managing third party relationships.
He has been in cybersecurity for over 35 years, in both technical roles as a developer for the DoD intelligence community, and executive positions, such as CSO for Q1 Labs and CEO of his own boutique consultancy.
He spent time in both the startup community and at established companies, such as IBM and Booz Allen Hamilton. Chris brings this breadth of experience to customers, the BitSight solution, and thought leadership
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Why should I attend?
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What is the dress code?
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Can I bring a colleague with me?
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I plan on being in attendance, but what if something comes up and I have to cancel?
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