Incidentally Informed – Best Practices When Recovering From a Cybersecurity Incident

During this engaging discussion, our panel explored this topic from the perspective of a tabletop exercise, looking at an organization that has just experienced a ransomware attack.

Our Panellists

Mikel Pearce – Director of Business Development Canada & UK at CyberClan

Michael Martin – IT Restoration Specialist at CyberClan

Leonard Loewith – Complex Claims Director at AIG

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