Cybersecurity risk is business risk. On a daily basis, we see headlines about a new cyberattack – casinos, consumer product and cyber companies, government, and even our school districts. Security executives and risk leaders must adapt how they manage and report cyber risk, especially as regulators begin to hold boards and the C-suite accountable. Developing and maintaining a holistic risk mitigation approach from a cybersecurity perspective is no longer optional. Learning how to define these risks in business terms and tying them to business objectives is paramount. In this session, we will talk through a case study of a ransomware cyberattack from a business perspective.
Thursday, October 12th, 2023 – 12:00PM – 1:30PM
This will be an in-person event.
Standard Insurance Building
900 SW Fifth Avenue, Portland, OR 97204
Lunch is included at the event.
This event qualifies for CPE credit.
As Co-Chair of Technology Association of Oregon’s Cyber Security Community and Director of IT Risk Information Security for The Standard in Portland, Oregon, Traci Esteve is committed to protecting the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information and processing resources. She began her career as a developer and infrastructure engineer. This led to her rise to a premier technical architect at Accenture and to expanding the practice in Asia and Europe. Her journey includes staying home to raise her two sons and serving as an advisor to organizations to increase profitability, maximize customer value, and effectively meet regulatory requirements. She holds a BS in Applied Science, MBA certification from Miami University, and certifications in Cybersecurity Risk Management and Data Privacy from Harvard University. Traci enjoys cooking with her family, skiing, hiking, and encouraging high-school students to believe in themselves.