|Gorman, Siobhan, Moderator|
|Rothrock, Ray A., Speaker|
PublisherComputer History Museum
Place of PublicationMountain View, CA
Description2018 has already been rife with devastating cybersecurity breaches. Some of the most damaging include state-sponsored Russian hackers infiltrating US power companies, a data exposure of 340 million records from the marketing and data aggregation firm Exactis, and a VPN Filter malware attacks impacting more than 500,000 routers worldwide. And as the number of cyber attacks increases, hackers are developing new ways to breach networks and access valuable data. The conversation has turned from “if” the network will be attacked to “when” and “how”. So, what can people, companies, and governments do to protect themselves? Can companies assess their vulnerability to cyber threats? And what steps can they take to minimize the damage after a security breach takes place?
Recording of a revealing conversation with Cybersecurity Analytics Firm RedSeal CEO Ray Rothrock and Brunswick Partner Siobhan Gorman. They discuss why cyber attacks don’t always have to end in disaster and reflect on insights from Rothrock’s new book, Digital Resilience.