Learn How to Reduce Data Breach Cost

By: Ally Klopsch

Not only does a data breach cost an average of $3.62 million, but it also diminishes a business\’ reputation and severs the bond with trusting customers. While your business should try to prevent cyberattacks, it also needs to prepare for the ones that will inevitably strike. By adopting sound business continuity management practices, your organization can identify and contain a breach 78 days faster than the norm and significantly reduce its cost and damage.


    • Learn how your business can make the most of information security, business continuity and organizational resiliency to effectively fight the risk and impact of a data breach in the IBM Think 2018 panel discussion \”Understanding the Cost of a Data Breach for Your Company: A Study by the Ponemon Institute.\”
    • Register for the session and join Dr. Larry Ponemon, chairman of the Ponemon Institute; IBM Resiliency Services General Manager Allen Downs; IBM Resiliency Services Global Strategy Leader Pat Corcoran; and IBM Security Global Sales Leader John Quimby for this engaging talk from 11:30 a.m. to 12:10 p.m., Tuesday, March 20, 2018┬áin Theater A of the Security and Resiliency Campus, at Mandalay Bay South, Level 1, Bayside C, Think Campus.

About The Author

Ally Klopsch

Principal Consultant, Marketing and Communications

Ally Klopsch is a results-driven and highly accomplished marketing leader who excels in developing and implementing marketing strategies with a customer first focus. For over 20 years working in multiple industries including technology, banking, education and healthcare, Ally has demonstrated success in delivering best in class marketing initiatives that extend across channels, thought leadership, communications,... Read More