Boston, MA
Sheraton Boston Hotel
Sep. 11-13, 2017

Darin Prill

Senior Director, IS Technology
Children’s Mercy Kansas City
September 11, 2017
2:40pm - 3:10pm
Grand Ballroom

No one wants a breach on their watch, but unfortunately they do happen, even to the best prepared and protected of us. Having a well-orchestrated, coordinated plan, practiced several times a year, will allow the organization to react quickly and minimize negative outcomes. We will discuss the elements of a well thought out plan, and how to execute that plan quickly when a breach occurs. We will also discuss resources available to you and when to involve other parties and governmental agencies.”

September 12, 2017
2:05pm - 2:35pm
Grand Ballroom

When an organization detects a compromise, rapid incident response can mean the difference between quick containment or a damaging data breach. If you rely solely on manual processes, you’ll struggle with longer response times and face higher risk. But if you automate common investigation and response you augment your workforce, minimize response times and make your organization more secure.

Automation is on the rise, but not all security leaders have embraced the technology.

In this session, attendee will learn why organizations frequently delay embracing automation (loss of control, lack of trust, fear of change), as well as it’s promised benefits (increased efficiency, fewer errors, better decision making).

Is automation in your future? This session will help you decide.

Get Updates

Sign up to get the latest information on upcoming events.