On-DEMAND webinar

Building Cyber Resiliency in a Physical World

Cybersecurity leaders have had it figured out for a while: building resilience is about adapting to threats, adversities, and challenges so a business can continue to meet market demand and stakeholder expectations. Physical security, while a critical piece of the puzzle for businesses with a large physical footprint, has been playing catchup over the years and is finally turning a corner toward building a more resilient presence using cybersecurity principles.

Experts answer and discuss the following:

  • How can physical and cyber leaders collaborate to manage risk to an organization? 
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  • What are some of the techniques and best practices that cyber pros use (and vice versa) to ensure business continuity?
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How can we mitigate against known (and unknown) risks together?
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The complexities of physical and cyber security planning through the lens of cyber resiliency and its effect on your business


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Ryan Schonfeld
Founder & CEO, HiveWatch
Henry Park
Henry Park
Founder & CEO, 3GC Group
Gary Gooden
Gary Gooden
Former VP of Information Technology, Relativity Space

Former Chief Technology and Security Officer, Seattle Children's Hospital

James Rinaldi
James Rinaldi
Executive Director, Innovate@UCLA

Former CIO @ NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Food & Drug Administration, Internal Revenue Service

3GC PB combo - Vertical - SML

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