Identifying & Managing Cyber Risk in the Supply Chain​

Cyber risks are inherent in every business model. How organisations leverage and manage information technology and digital services has a significant impact on their cyber risk status.

The correlation of these risks around technology, people and processes across a business value chain can have dramatic variances and consequences. Understanding your business value chain, your interdependence and how your business is interconnected with your supply chain is an imperative in managing cyber risk for your business.

The challenge is to understand, measure and communicate the risks in such a way that the business will understand and benefit. “You have to be able to measure cyber risk if you want to manage it”. Join Paul C Dwyer CEO of CRI (Cyber Risk International) as he outlines the challenges organisations face in measuring and managing cyber risk in an enterprise and across their business value chain. 

Addressing the cyber risk impacts of Covid-19 on the business and supply chain and how to deal with the dynamic nature of the cyber threat landscape. Leveraging CRI’s awarding winning cyber risk platform “CyberPrism”, Dwyer will demonstrate via a case study on how organisations identify, measure and manage cyber risk across their business and the interconnected enterprise of their supply chain. 

This webinar content is non-technical and aimed at a business leader audience responsible for cyber risk within their organisations and those responsible for managing the supply chain.

Join Paul C Dwyer, President of the International Cyber Threat Task Force (ICTTF) and CEO of Cyber Risk International (CRI) for an executive cyber briefing in New York on March 16th.

Dwyer will outline the challenge in deeper detail and reference how CRI is leveraging their award-winning solution CyberPrism to help organisations on both sides of the Atlantic to develop appropriate cyber strategies and frameworks. This event is a must for cyber leaders in the financial sector or other key parts of the global economy.

About the Author

Paul C Dwyer is recognised as one of the world’s foremost experts on cyber security, risk and privacy. As CEO of Cyber Risk International he specialises in corporate and enterprise security, development of cyber defence programs, and business operations protection for CRI clients.

Certified an industry professional by the International Information Security Certification Consortium (ISC2) and the Information System Audit and Control Association (ISACA).

Approved by the National Crime Faculty and the HTCN High Tech Crime Network. He has worked extensively around the world, his diverse career spans more than 25 years working with military, law enforcement and the commercial sector.
Roles have included:

  • President of the ICTTF International Cyber Threat Task Force
  • Co Chairman of the UK NCA National Crime Agency Industry Group
  • Advisor to NaCTSO (National Counter Terrorism Security Office)
  • Advisor to NATO on Countering Hybrid Cyber Threats
  • Advisor to UK Defence Committee DEFCOM in Parliament
  • Deputy Chair – Organised Crime Task Force Industry Group – NI
  • Interim Global CISO for Numerous Multi-National Organisations
  • Advisor to Numerous Governments and Intelligence agencies

Paul is a member of a number of industry groups including the IoD (Institute of Directors), IIEA (Institute of International and European Affairs) and the IRM (Institute of Risk Management). As an accomplished serial entrepreneur he has successfully built a number of security practices in the UK & Ireland and in 2016 was identified by Business and Finance as one of Ireland’s Top 100 CEO’s.

His career started as a technical networking specialist, he then specialised, trained and qualified in a number of disciplines including but not limited to ethical hacking, forensics, international management systems, risk management, business continuity, international governance frameworks, financial service regulations, cyber laws and project mgt.

 

Paul C Dwyer is the author of: The Art of Cyber Risk Oversight

Contact: P: +353 (0) 1-905 3260 E:[email protected] W: paulcdwyer.com

Paul is a member of a number of industry groups including the IoD (Institute of Directors), IIEA (Institute of International and European Affairs) and the IRM (Institute of Risk Management).

As an accomplished serial entrepreneur he has successfully built a number of security practices in the UK & Ireland and in 2016 was identified by Business and Finance as one of Ireland’s Top 100 CEOs.
His career started as a technical networking specialist, he then specialised, trained and qualified in a number of disciplines including but not limited to ethical hacking, forensics, international management systems, risk management, business continuity, international governance frameworks, financial service regulations, cyber laws and project mgt.

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