Cybersecurity for Today’s Media Business: MFM's 2020 CFO Summit
What are the pressing issues facing media businesses as they navigate the ever-changing issue of cybersecurity?
Nicholas Spinks and David Taylor, Managing Directors at Protiviti, will outline recommendations for addressing cybersecurity issues, and in the event of an attack, the prescribed steps to remediation. Our expert panel has more than 30 years of experience dealing with issues of information security. This is one of the not-to-be missed sessions during the Media Financial Management Association’s (MFM’s) 2020 CFO Summit.
The Summit is scheduled for March 5-6 at the Pelican Grand Beach Resort, Ft. Lauderdale, FL. David and Nick will be presenting on March 5th, from 10:50-11:50AM. The challenges around cybersecurity are continually evolving and rapidly changing, requiring media companies to remain vigilant while acting swiftly to mitigate damage should attacks occur.
Among the costs associated with a breach are direct loss of revenue and intellectual property; remediation; brand erosion; cybersecurity upgrades; legal expenses; and, for public companies, potential loss of market cap. Our presenters will lead a discussion on why companies must have a comprehensive plan to address potential breaches and what they recommended as a four-step plan for addressing cybersecurity. They will also dig into the details of crisis management planning, while providing insight into how companies can better prepare themselves in the event that the unthinkable does occur.