Thought Leadership Session:
Board-Level Accountability in Cybersecurity Panel
In March 2022, the SEC proposed rule changes that would require public companies to provide enhanced disclosure about cybersecurity incidents, risk management, and strategy. Additionally, other regulators and civil litigants are increasingly calling for more board-level accountability regarding cybersecurity and regulatory enforcement. These trends underscore the need for boards to ensure the companies they oversee not only have the right cybersecurity protocols and protections in place but also that they are taking reasonable efforts to ensure such protocols are followed; the SEC proposal has pushed companies and boards to contemplate how to prepare for this new scrutiny.
Our panelists include experts across cybersecurity, law, and corporate strategy. They will discuss what today’s boards require to understand what their organizations are doing about managing cyber risk and ensuring that governance and transparency satisfy the needs of company shareholders and stakeholders like customers, government affiliations, and other businesses that rely on the company in their supply chain. This lively panel will debate:
Attendees will walk away with an acute understanding of the steps they need to take to ensure their boards are well versed on cybersecurity risk, the responsibility and oversight required for their organizations, industry and board-level best practices, and more.
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