Thursday, September 20, 2018 at 9-10am CST
This webinar will shed light on what happens after you discover you’ve been hacked. Whether you were subject to a data breach, ransomware attack, denial of service, or other nasty situation, the steps you must take are often unclear and complex. We’ll bring together forensic IT, legal, and crisis public relations professionals who together have been in the trenches during dozens of incident response operations. They’ll share their experiences with both successful responses as well as responses that didn’t quite go as planned.
During the webinar, you’ll learn:
- What to do during the hours, days, and weeks following a network security incident
- How mishandling this crucial period will have long-term impacts to your credibility and viability
- Input from legal experts, crisis communications professionals, and forensic IT specialists who have successfully navigated their clients through dozens of breaches
David Kruse, CISR
David’s goal is to encourage is clients to think about their business (and their risk) in new ways. As technology evolves and is implemented into more facets of life, more businesses are becoming “tech” businesses without even realizing it. His current area of expertise lies in insuring technology risks and data-heavy clients, including software, healthtech, and life science companies. He also is the leader of Hausmann-Johnson Insurance’s Cyber Risk Work Group.
Before becoming a Client Executive, David spent time at Hausmann-Johnson Insurance as a Select Lines Associate, Commercial Lines Associate, and a Commercial Account Manager. Prior job experience in the banking industry instilled in David a high sense of urgency when a problem arises. He knows that until a problem is solved, clients are using valuable downtime that could be better spent running their business.David holds Bachelors of Arts degrees in Theology and Philosophy from Marquette University. He is an avid hiker, reader, and birder. He enjoys sharing his passion for nature with his wife and their dog, who often to join him on hikes in state and national parks. He also is a mentor for the Boys & Girls Club of Dane County.