Chris Shull, vCISO of Salem Medical Center and long-time information security consultant, will walk through the essentials of incident response, so you can make sure you're ready for when it happens to you.

This presentation will highlight the most critical preparations organizations need to ensure they are up to the challenges of an incident.

• Who do you need to include in your Incident Response Team?
• How do you prepare your IR Team for the incidents and breaches?
• How do you prioritize between different kinds of incidents?
• What to do if you can’t get interest, attention or resources?

Only common-sense processes and best-practices will be discussed.

Who should attend:
Professionals looking to grow, build, or enhance their organization's readiness to respond to and handle cyber incidents.

speaker photo
Chris Shull
vCISO, Salem Medical Center

Chris Shull is the vCISO for Salem Medical Center, vCISO and vDPO for several other organizations, and an information security and privacy consultant and advisor.

With over 35 years' experience in IT, information security, and privacy, Chris specializes in keeping InfoSec simple so businesses can understand and manage their real-world risks.

Chris has a B.A. in Economics and Mathematics from the University of Pennsylvania and a M.A. in Operations and Information Management from the Wharton School. He holds these certifications: CISSP, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, CIPM, FIP.

In his free time, Chris plays and referees soccer, practices Shotokan Karate and Jujitsu, takes square dancing lessons, volunteers on community non-profit boards, and reads science fiction, fantasy, and westerns.