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DDN 601 Cohort 24.3 — Determining Cybersecurity Incident Materiality Under SEC Disclosure Rules (OPEN)

28 May 2024
9:00am - 11:00am PDT
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WHO IT'S FOR

The DDN 601 masterclass and workshop is for CISO's, CIO's, corporate directors, executive teams and disclosure committees of U.S. public companies who want to understand how to adopt and apply the new SEC cybersecurity incident disclosure rules. 

If you are attending DOMINO 24 on May 15-16, a shorter version of this masterclass will be taught during one of the deep dive learning classes. 

The final SEC rules require a description of the registrant's "processes, if any, for assessing, identifying, and managing material risks from cybersecurity threats in sufficient detail for a reasonable investor to understand those processes."

DDN 601 teaches that process, including how to fulfill that disclosure requirement.  

WHAT PARTICIPANTS SAY

"Brilliant framework from Bob Zukis and the DDN team." 

—Ed Magee, Corporate Director (NASDAQ:WDFC)

"Walking through the case studies alone was worth the price of admission."

—Rock Lambros, CEO RockCyber

WORKSHOP OVERVIEW

DDN 601 is taught live online and is a 2-hour executive learning experience with expert lectures, peer discussion and applied group case studies. DDN 601 participants will receive 4 hours of learning time including their pre-reading. 

This online class is taught live on ZOOM under Chatham House Rules. It is not recorded. This cohort is being held on:

May 28 (9 AM - 11 AM Pacific Time)

The DDN 601 class is a business school-caliber learning experience taught by leading experts, advisors, CISO practitioners and corporate directors in cybersecurity governance.

Participants will be taught the BRFOTM process for cybersecurity incident materiality determination. Based upon systemic BLAST RADIUS analysis and FALLOUT implications, BRFOTM provides SEC registrants with a structured approach for making a cybersecurity incident materiality disclosure determination in response to the new SEC rules.

Participants will receive a course Certificate of Completion to document their learning experience. 

Private workshops can be arranged upon request for a full disclosure committee, corporate board and management team.  

LEARNING GOALS

This class has two key learning objectives focused on enabling participants to apply an informed and deliberative process for determining cybersecurity incident materiality in response to the new SEC rules. 

1. Improve the understanding of corporate boards and management teams of the new SEC disclosure requirements for cybersecurity incidents including the concepts of materiality and reasonable investor. 

2. Enable participants to adopt and apply an informed and deliberative process to support and document their decision-making for determining cybersecurity incident materiality.  

Upon completion of the course, participants will:

  • Understand the new SEC disclosure rules.
  • Be able to apply and implement the BRFO(TM) process.
  • Be able to apply a consistent process to understand cybersecurity incident impacts and their materiality under SEC rules. 
  • Have an understanding of systemic risk in digital and cybersecurity oversight.
  • Have used the tools needed to analyze and document incidents in a case-based environment. 

FACULTY

DDN 601 is the only workshop designed and taught by leading practitioners, corporate directors, academics, lawyers, and experts in digital transformation, cybersecurity, and corporate governance.  

The lead instructor of the curriculum is Bob Zukis, DDN CEO/Founder, and former USC Marshall School of Business Adjunct Professor and retired PwC Advisory Partner. Bob brings over thirty-five years of IT and business leadership experience along with academic rigor to the DDN 601 learning experience. 

He is a Senior Fellow in The Conference Board's ESG Center, an emeritus board member of the NACD PSW chapter, former Bloomfire Inc. CEO and Director, and a prolific author and speaker on digital leadership, governance, and systemic risk and change. As a PwC Advisory partner, Bob led their IT strategy/operations, data management, and West Coast cybersecurity practices.  

DDN Faculty members also teach the DDN 601 Masterclass, including Jason Fruge, formerly CISO at Upbound Group Inc. (NASDAQ: UPBD), and Tony Cole, formerly CTO at Attivo Networks (NYSE: S) and FireEye. 

TEACHING METHOD

DDN 601 is taught to leading business school standards. The workshop will include expert lectures, group case studies, peer discussions, and Q&A focused on developing the knowledge, skills, and ability to effectively apply BRFOTM to determine cybersecurity incident materiality under SEC disclsoure rules.  

CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (CPD)

DDN 601 will deliver 3 hours of executive learning time and has applied for CPD Certification. 

Learner interactions include classroom and self-paced pre-reading in support of the learning outcomes of the workshop. Participants will receive a Certificate of Completion to document their workshop participation. 

OTHER DDN 601 BENEFITS

Participants will become members of Digital Directors Network upon completion of the workshop. DDN is the leading curated network of directors and executives working to advance the practice and profession of digital and cybersecurity risk oversight. There are NO membership dues for DDN.

REGISTRATION

Upon registration, participants will receive an email confirming their enrollment together with a link to download their course materials. A ZOOM calendar invitation will also be forwarded.  

CANCELLATION OR UNEXPECTED CONFLICTS

Enrollment is non-refundable. Unexpected scheduling conflicts that arise will result in participation being rescheduled for a future workshop. 

28 May 2024
9:00am - 11:00am PDT

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