Changing the culture of your organization to include security and privacy
Creating a position statement and a plan
Managing business associates, covered entities, suppliers, and vendors.
The common and uncommon tactics of today’s ransomware variants and how they infect an organization
Recommendations on preparing, classification, responding, and recovering from various ransomware variants
Real-world examples of how organizations responded to and recovered from ransomware infections
Effective methods for complying with HIPAA, ISO 27001, PCI, GDPR, NYS DFS, DFARS and other security compliance standards
A simple, nine-step process for managing risk
Methods for measuring and communicating risk, at a business level
Tips from real-world industry experience
Several recent databreach victims and their incident response processes
Huge financial differences between cybersecurity prevention and recovery
The most effective way to stay ahead of today's cybersecurity challenges
The relationship between a registration body, consultants and Mandatory/Annex A Controls
ISO’s 27001 Certification Cycle
Ten things you need to know about ISO 27001:2013
Review insider details on the largest ransomware case in U.S. history
Learn vulnerabilities that are most commonly exploited by these attacks
The latest tactics for preventing and recovering from ransomware
Which businesses are subject to the new regulation
The cybersecurity controls that are prescribed
How to achieve compliance in 3 easy steps
The New York State Department of Financial Services (DFS) recently proposed a cybersecurity program for regulated organizations including banks and insurance companies. This requires regulated entities to establish and maintain a cybersecurity program to protect consumer information.
GreyCastle Security will explore the hidden risks and the response planning tactics that will help ensure your organization isn’t the next victim of cybercrime.
2017 will go down as the year that cybersecurity went mainstream. Every week there was a new announcement about businesses being affected by ransomware, phishing, intrusions and other attacks.
Let's make 2018 the year that we stop putting off important cybersecurity measures; it will be one resolution you're happy to keep.