Protecting the Crown Jewels Using People, Processes and Technology 

Guarding against a cybersecurity breach is no longer just a technology issue – heightened encryption and firewall technology is not a panacea for all potential cyber threats.  Instead, adequate countermeasures against cybersecurity threats today require companies to also look to their people and their processes.  During a recent webinar, Pamela Passman and Allen N. Dixon, compliance and IP protection experts at CREATe.org, discussed the current cyber threat landscape, along with practical ways businesses deploy people, processes and technology to get ahead of cyber risks and successfully prevent or neutralize internal and external threats across their entire organization.  The panelists provided steps companies can take to identify and protect their most important corporate assets and address risks from insiders, competitors and third parties by effectively training, managing and monitoring their people, processes and technology.  See also “Strategies for Preventing and Handling Cybersecurity Threats from Employees,” Cybersecurity Law Report, Vol. 1, No. 1 (Apr. 8, 2015). 

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