Model to Quantify Cyber Security Risks
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Model to Quantify Cyber Security Risks

Combined Session
Wednesday, November 09, 2022 15:00—16:00
Location: Caroline von Humboldt

Model to Quantify Cyber Security Risks

Get a model and recommendations to quantify cyber security risks including the costs of fines, contractual compensations, service credits, and loss of income. The use of heatmaps with qualitative criteria and arbitrary cocktails of threat and control efficiency data prevents the secure planning of IT services and corporate defense. Learn from a demo on Monte Carlo Simulations in a native MS Excel model. It can be used from comparing service providers to calculating the coverage of cyber insurance. This session will not only allow you to avoid money holes in consultancy but also justify cyber security investments.

Hernan Huwyler
Hernan Huwyler
IE Business School - Milestone Systems
Prof Hernan Huwyler, MBA CPA is a governance, risk, and compliance director at multinational companies in consulting oil and gas, and financial services. He currently serves Academic Director at...

Exploring the Impact of Cybersecurity Regulations in the Digital World

The European Commission is working on various legal initiatives for the European Union related to the digitial world, and they are in various states of being adopted. This presentation gives an overview on these, and a looks into the content matter they cover. What are the most important imminent EU acts, how are they related, and what could be the impact?

Drs. Jacoba C. Sieders
Drs. Jacoba C. Sieders
Jacoba is a digital identity expert, eager to make digital life better and a lot more secure than it is today. Keynote speaker at international IAM congresses and teacher of masterclasses. ...


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