Monday, June 24 | 1:50-3:05 PM
Recommended Prerequisites: None
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Most organizations focus their cyber prevention and detection efforts on external threats such as hackers and malware. This is understandable since such incidents are the most common and the most publicized, but they are not actually the most
expensive or dangerous to an organization.
This session will use actual data breach losses and case studies to explore how rogue employees have quietly become a material risk to organizations. This will include overviews of how insider threats operate, how you can prevent and identify
such activity, and how underground markets are used to sell the stolen goods. This session will include real-world examples of how control failures lead to data breaches that should have been prevented. Finally, you will review the costs of
cyberattacks to an organization and considerations when quantifying cyberattacks under an insurance policy.
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Vice President, RSM Canada
Jean-Charles (JC) Plante is a vice president in the litigation and valuation services group of RSM Canada, providing forensic accounting, investigation and loss quantification services to businesses impacted by expropriations, commercial disputes, class actions and commercial insurance claims. He also assists legal counsel in quantifying damages in personal injury, matrimonial and other litigation. Prior to joining the firm, Plante worked in the forensic, dispute and valuation services teams at several national accounting firms. He has also spoken on issues surrounding fraud, commercial disputes, insurance claims and personal injury at several conferences and provided litigation support on matters before several federal and provincial courts, government enquiries, tribunals, commissions and arbitrations.
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