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2021 Was a Hell of a Ride – 2022 Isn’t Shaping Up Any Better
United States | Maryland, Washington DC
April 21, 2022

Mandatory Cyber Incident Reporting Requirements are Good for Business
United States | Maryland, Washington DC
February 16, 2023
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2021 Was a Hell of a Ride – 2022 Isn’t Shaping Up Any Better

Join Neil Jenkins, Chief Analytic Officer of the Cyber Threat Alliance, as well as Pascal Geenes, Director of Threat Intelligence at Radware, and Daniel Smith, Head of Research for Threat Intelligence at Radware, as they discuss the most significant threats and trends in the past, present, and future.

The year 2021 was a rollercoaster.

Firms were compromised quicker than security organizations could count as a result of ransomware and supply chain assaults. VPN assaults surged by 2000% as firms adopted a hybrid workplace model. The cost of a Ransom DoS assault, according to one service provider, is $12 million. One of the most serious security risks in the last decade was the Log4j vulnerability.

Yet, the year 2022 has not been kind to us. As wiper software and DDoS assaults are being used in hybrid warfare, and patriotic activists have joined the cyber warfare targeting companies involved in Ukraine and Russian conflict, nations have been urged to ‘shield up’ and prepare.

What are the most serious threats that will face the world in 2022? Is it necessary to be concerned? What may be the next steps?

Mandatory Cyber Incident Reporting Requirements are Good for Business

The United States of America, the European Union, Australia, and India are just some of the countries that are working to make it necessary to disclose cyber incidents.

Even though the conventional reaction in the private sector could be to resist such restrictions, the business community will end up benefiting in the end from reporting requirements that have been appropriately drafted. The information that is gathered as a result can be utilized by governments as well as providers of cybersecurity to provide individualized assistance, generate improved warnings for businesses that are in a comparable position, comprehend the total burden that cybercrime is placing on the economy, and determine whether or not policies are having the intended effects.

Participate in this discussion with members of the Cyber Threat Alliance, including Imelda Flores from Scitum, Joe Levy from Sophos, Raj Samani from Rapid7, and Michael Daniel, as we investigate how to make obligatory cyber incident reporting work as it was intended.

Proud to recommend one of our partners: The Australian Cyber Conference in Melbourne!

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