GRC's Role in an Enterprise-Wide Cyber Event

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Learn how to prepare for, prevent, detect, respond to, and recover from malware attacks from a case study of the 2017 NotPeyta attack.


Significant enterprise-wide cyber events continue to place enterprises at great risk. Governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) functions play a critical role in preparing for, preventing, detecting, responding to, and recovering from such events. Using the 2017 NotPeyta wiper malware as a case study, come away with lessons learned for GRC professionals. Reported losses to two public firms totaled 300 million dollars each.

Participate in an overview of the malware and the novel techniques used to deploy it. Lessons learned show why any organization can be a target. This session was originally presented at the 2018 Global Security Exchange


Keith Flannigan
Executive Director
International Dynamics Research Corporation

Ron Lander,
Chief Specialist
Ultrasafe Security Solutions

David Morgan
Werner Preining

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