Web Application Security

WhiteHat to Host Webinar—Beyond the Breach: Insights Into the Hidden Cost of a Web Security Breach

On Wednesday, September 12, at 11:00 AM PT, join WhiteHat Security’s Gillis Jones as he shares his research into the real financial implications of a website hack. On his journey through the business-side of Web security, Gillis uncovered bleak realities including discrepancies in accounting practices; a lack of consistent disclosure policies to address Web hacks; and gross under-reporting of financial losses once a breach is disclosed.

Gillis will also share cost-analysis formulas he developed while researching website breaches, as well as the specific costs of a breach in each of these areas:

  1. Personnel
  2. Technical, Infrastructure & Immediate Losses of Income
  3. Compliance
  4. Damaged, Destroyed or Stolen Hardware
  5. Customer Turnover & Loss of Customer Trust
  6. “Customer Management” After the Breach
  7. Fines & Lawsuits
  8. Public Relations “Damage Control”

To register for the webinar, please visit this link: https://reg.whitehatsec.com/forms/WEBINARbreach0912

Tags: security, web application security
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