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"Sharing information is extremely helpful, but some large companies are now assuming that truly determined hackers cannot be kept out. So they are putting more emphasis on building resilience—the ability to bounce back fast in the event of a breach. It is essential to have a well-conceived recovery plan to test it regularly, says Ed Powers of Deloitte, a consulting firm. In financial services, where a problem at one company could easily trigger a system-wide crisis, regulators are urging banks and other firms to consider resilience across markets." —From the Cyber Security Special Report "Defending the Digital Frontier," The Economist, July 12, 2014
In collaboration with the College of Computing and Digital Media and the College of Law, DePaul University's Arditti Center for Risk Management is proud to present an annual conference on cyber risk.
New and evolving technologies such as artificial intelligence, predictive analytics, machine learning and robotic process automation are now an everyday reality. Similarly, use of the Cloud and third-party systems have grown dramatically as the technology has become more complex.
Business practices are being rapidly transformed in all sectors—from expediting insurance claims, automating financial processes and revolutionizing search algorithms to heralding a paradigm shift in cyber security and military technology. These emerging technologies provide a host of new benefits, but also create a horde of new risks.
In this conference, we’ll discuss the real impact that these technologies have on all businesses—not just tech-firms.
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