How Corporate Boards and Governments Are Collaborating on Cybersecurity


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The US Department of Homeland Security, the German Federal Office for Information Security and the Internet Security Alliance will discuss key principles for corporate board management of cybersecurity laid out in US and German versions of a Cyber-Risk Handbook, and distinctions between the German and US approach and how those differences impact issues such as insider threats and privacy.

Pre-Requisites: Understanding of the role and purpose of corporate boards in company decision-making.


Participants
Daniel Kroese

Associate Director, National Risk Management Center Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, Department of Homeland Security

Larry Clinton

President and CEO, Internet Security Alliance

Nora Denzel

Independent Board Director, AMD, Ericsson, NortonLifeLock and Talend SA

Stefan Becker

Head of Private Sector Office, German Federal Office for Information Security

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