Identifying, Monitoring and Overseeing Insider Threat

What Every Director Needs to Know

Cybersecurity is a top agenda item in boardrooms across the country. No organization is immune to breaches and great efforts are made to mitigate the risks of external hacking and other outside threats.  
Often overlooked, however, are the exposure risks from internal sources. With nearly half of data security incidents originating within an organization, Directors must be equipped to oversee the risk of inadvertent or deliberate insider threats.
The Institute of Corporate Directors invites you to a one-hour interactive webinar with a panel of top experts that will provide eye-opening revelations and discuss what Directors need to know to provide effective oversight.

JOIN US on November 8, 2017 at 2:00 PM EST and hear our panel of experienced directors and cybersecurity experts discuss:
  • Sources: identify where insider threats originate
  • Motivation (MICES) and Process (RAT): understand the why and the how
  • Monitoring:  employ the most effective measurement scales and tools to discern threats
  • Prevention: steps Directors can take to help their organization
  • Incident response: what to do in the event of a breach
  • Role of the Board: understand the duty of Directors regarding oversight of insider threat
Plus – Benefit from real-life lessons and case studies shared during the session! 


Michael Parent, MBA, PhD, ICD.D

Professor, Segal Graduate School, Beedie School of Business, Simon Fraser University


Greg Murray, ICD.D

Vice President, Information Security & CISO, Rogers Communications, Inc.

Board Member, Executive Advisory Board, Forcepoint

Director and Member of Finance and Audit Committee, St. John’s-Kilmarnock School


Scott Jones, MBA

Assistant Deputy Minister, Communications Security Establishment


Register today for this webinar – free to all ICD members – and ensure your board is prepared for insider threats.

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