SAN ANTONIO, Jan. 23, 2018 -- Delta Risk, a global provider of cyber security and risk management services, announced today that it will host a roundtable on incident response best practices on February 1 as part of the LegalCIO conference. The conference is held in conjunction with Legalweek New York 2018 January 29 – February 1 at the New York Hilton Midtown. Delta Risk experts John Hawley, VP of Product Strategy and Andrew Cook, Manager, ActiveResponse, will lead a discussion on, "Is Your Organization Prepared for a Cyber Attack? Key Takeaways from Real-Life Incidents."
Hawley and Cook will share learnings from recent incident response engagements with participants, along with insights on best practices. Other topics of discussion will include:
- How incidents occur and key warning signs
- The pros and cons of migrating to cloud services
- Practical steps for prevention, preparation, and mitigation
"Law firms and legal professionals are under significant pressure to reduce cyber risk and demonstrate that they have documented incident response plans," said Hawley. "As we've seen in our work with legal clients, even a single ransomware attack, for example, can have a dramatic impact on the day-to-day business."
As a sponsor, Delta Risk is offering registrants discount codes for a Legalweek MasterPass or Exhibit Plus Pass. The Legalweek MasterPass offers attendees all-access privileges to all events at Legalweek New York 2018, including LegalCIO. Legalweek features 14 educational tracks, three interactive keynote sessions, 100+ speakers, 75+ sessions, and extensive networking opportunities, and is expected to draw more than 9,000 legal professionals. Delta Risk will also be at table three in the LegalCIO exhibit area.
About the Speakers
John Hawley, Vice President of Product Strategy, has been in the security space for more than 15 years. Prior to joining Delta Risk in 2017, he served as Vice President, Portfolio Strategy for the Worldwide Security business at CA Technologies. Prior to CA, John founded and managed a venture funded SaaS company providing performance monitoring for cloud applications. Before this, he served in senior leadership roles at UUNET/WorldCom and Ernst & Young, LLC. John holds an MBA from the KATZ School of Business at University of Pittsburgh and a BS in Information Systems from Virginia Tech.
Andrew Cook is the Manager of Delta Risk's ActiveResponse service. In this role he is responsible for the firm's solutions to discover, investigate, contain, and eradicate incidents and intrusions on customer networks. In addition, he provides defensive and offensive cyber security training and exercises to commercial and government clients. Drawing from his Air Force background, he is one of the firm's leading subject matter experts in cyber threat hunting and incident response.
About Delta Risk
Delta Risk LLC, a Chertoff Group company, provides customized and flexible cyber security and risk management services to government and private sector clients worldwide. Founded in 2007, we are a U.S.-based firm offering a wide range of advisory services as well as managed security services. Our roots are based in military expertise, and that background continues to drive our mission focus. We are passionate about keeping our clients safe and secure. For more information, visit https://www.deltarisk.com.
SOURCE Delta Risk