Anatomy of a Ransomware Attack and the Lawyer’s Role During Response and Recovery (3/28/23)
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Imagine your client asks you, "Our competitors just got hit with ransomware. It has been a week and they still don't know when they're going to open back up. Can we avoid that kind of thing?” What would you tell them? And what would you say to a client that calls you on a Saturday night and says “We’ve lost control of all our computers. Every screen in our building has a $500,000 ransom demand on it. What do we do now?” Kip Boyle (co-host of the popular Cyber Risk Management Podcast with Jake Bernstein, J.D.) will teach you how to begin to answer these increasingly common questions. In this session, using ordinary language, he’ll walk you through two actual ransomware incidents that he's handled. Including how the attack started, how the victim recovered, and what client's depend upon the attorney to do to get out of the mess they are in!
Kip Boyle is the fractional Chief Information Security Officer for several companies. He helps senior decision-makers overcome cybersecurity obstacles and manages unlimited cyber risks through rigorous prioritization. He regularly works with attorneys as an expert witness and to provide them with cyber risk management services. Kip has served as a Captain with the F-22 program in the US Air Force. In the private sectors he was a CISO for an insurance company, credit card processor, bank, credit union, and IT Managed Service Provider. Kip is the author of the best-selling “Fire Doesn’t Innovate: The Executive's Practical Guide to Thriving in the Face of Evolving Cyber Risks”. He’s also co-host of the popular Cyber Risk Management Podcast with Jake Bernstein, J.D.). He lives in Seattle with his wife and six kids.
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