Tuesday, 30th july, 2024

Emerging Threats from Third Parties Loom Large: Does Your Response Capability Meet the Challenge?

5:30 - 8:00 PM PT | San Francisco, CA

Event Overview

It’s not getting any easier – regardless of your security posture, emerging threats from third parties are a real and persistent nuisance. While each threat is unique, every event results in third-party risk management teams scrambling to ensure their organizations are protected. Visibility is limited. Alerts are overwhelming. And rapid responses and emergency assessments can be knee-jerk, stressful and distracting. But it doesn’t have to be that way.

Join us for a discussion on incident response plans and ensuring you have best practices in place. We’ll cover what’s essential to prepare in advance so you’re ready when the time comes. From establishing solid communication channels to leveraging automation, we’ll discuss necessary steps and considerations for an effective response plan including:

DISCUSSION POINTS

  • How have you prepared in advance to reduce reaction time?

  • Were you able to quickly identify which third parties require follow-up based on the specific threat?

  • How you followed up with vendors and the challenges you experienced?

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Moderator

Tom Field

SVP, Editorial

ISMG

Shane Hasert

Director-Threat Analysis and Cyber Security

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ProcessUnity

Speakers

Guided by Tom Field and Shane Hasert, at event sponsor ProcessUnity, the roundtable will also draw on the experiences of the attendees, who will discuss incident response plans and strategies to ensure we have the best practices in place.

This session will be:

  • Chatham house rules
  • Peer driven
  • Pitch freeShame Hasert

Subject matter expert

Shane Hasert

Director-Threat Analysis and Cyber Security Standards

ProcessUnity

Shane Hasert possesses an impressive 33-year career as a cybersecurity professional, with 17 years dedicated specifically to third-party risk management and auditing. A veteran of the Air Force, he has held leadership positions in security programs across multiple industries, including financial services, retail, healthcare, higher education, mortgage insurance, and gaming, with several global consulting and security services firms. Mr. Hasert holds a range of prestigious certifications, including Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Information Security Auditor (CISA), Certified in Risk and Information Systems Controls (CRISC), Certified Data Privacy Solutions Engineer (CDPSE), Certified Third-Party Risk Assessor (CTPRA), and Certified Third-Party Risk Professional (CTPRP). Additionally, he has earned an AS in Intelligence Analysis, a BS in Business Management, and an MBA in Project Management.

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Venue

San Francisco, California

Venue to be announced

Underwritten by

ProcessUnity’s cloud-based solutions help organizations of all sizes automate their risk and compliance programs. Its highly configurable, easy-to-use tools significantly reduce manual administrative tasks, allowing customers to spend more time on strategic risk mitigation.

Rules of Engagement

By taking part in this discussion you agree that:

  • These events follow Chatham House Rule. Nothing shared will be recorded or distributed anywhere online.
  • If for any reason you need to cancel your reservation, we ask you to let us know 48 hours prior to the event commencing so we can open your seat up to someone else.
  • These are interactive discussions, so we ask that all attendees participate in the discussion. If this is a virtual event, we ask all attendees to join via video.

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