McKonly & Asbury, along with co-hosts CYBIR and PrismWorks Technology, Inc. will explore effective IT Risk Management & Cybersecurity at our full-day conference on March 15, 2023. The event offers timely insights drawn from three organizations who are deeply familiar with safety and digital security, notably McKonly & Asbury’s cybersecurity and SOC Audit practice, CYBIR’s work in responding quickly to breaches and delivering digital forensic services, and the experience of Prismworks in effectively managing IT and data solutions.
This full-day conference will be held at The Inn at Villanova University on Wednesday, March 15 from 8:00 am to 3:30 pm.
Our keynote, Alexandra Bretschneider, Vice President & Cyber Practice Leader at Johnson, Kendall & Johnson covered recent trends in cyber attacks, the role of insurance in cyber incident response, the intentions of cyber insurance coverages, what types of controls an organization needs to have to qualify for comprehensive coverage, and the current state of the market.
Additional topics for the day included:
- Cybersecurity: Reducing Risk through Best Practices and Insurance
Mark Crescenzi, President of Prismworks Technology, Inc.
- Using Your SOC 2 Audit to Strengthen Your Cybersecurity Stance
Michael Hoffner, Managing Partner at McKonly & Asbury and David Hammarberg, Partner and SOC Leader at McKonly & Asbury
- Breach Response: What Forensics Can and Cannot Tell You
Steven Greenawalt, CYBIR
- Current Security Vulnerabilities
Ken Pyle, CYBIR
- Panel Discussion
What does what we learned today and the future look like for attendees? This panel will be a dynamic conversation with attendees on how attending organizations can improve their security posture and mitigate potential risks. We will take the speakers for the day and their presentations, connect the dots and show you how it is all connected
This event focused on providing critical insights, actionable takeaways, and scalable solutions to all attendees. Importantly, participants had the opportunity to interact with speakers and network with colleagues, with the understanding that we are stronger when we are connected as a community. 6 Continuing Professional Education Hours were available for this event. (4 Advisory credits and 2 Specialized Knowledge & Applications credits)