New federal cyber incident reporting requirements for IT incidents and ransomware payments are about to impact American “critical infrastructure” industries.
Join us to learn more about these cybersecurity reporting obligations, how to prepare, the benefits of reporting, and risks of not reporting.
Albert Brown, Director of Strategic Initiatives at ZAG, will walk you through this newly signed legislation, outlining how “covered entities” will need to prepare to meet these new requirements, including development of Cyber Incident Response Planning strategies.
He will offer insights about the industries affected—including food and agriculture, manufacturing, financial services, and IT, among many others—as defined by the Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA).
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN AT THE SEMINAR
- How to prepare to meet the reporting obligations, including best practices for the creation of Incident Response Plans.
- The benefits of reporting incidents, including certain confidentiality and liability protections.
- The risks of not reporting, including subpoenas and civil action in federal district court.
Date: Thursday 28 April
Time: 10am PT / 1pm ET
Register for the seminar today.