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Audit committee responses to new cybersecurity developments

This webcast will explore and provide the latest considerations for audit committees on ways to strengthen cybersecurity practices and build trust.

Join the EY Center for Board Matters on Thursday, October 12, for another episode in our webcast series, Better Questions for Boards, designed to provide directors with insights and questions to consider as they engage with management on a variety of complex boardroom issues.

We look forward to bringing together an esteemed panel to hear the latest perspectives on how audit committees can help enhance oversight of cyber and data privacy risks. This webcast will provide audit committees and management with insights on topics including:

  • Cybersecurity outlook and insights into the current and future threat landscape. Gain insight into the latest cybersecurity trends and what to watch for, including related impacts arising from emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI).
  • Perspectives on cybersecurity from former Justice Department and other government officials on the cybersecurity regulatory front. Better understand how audit committees navigate cyber- and data privacy-related risks in the evolving regulatory environment, including ways to sustain cybersecurity and build more trust.
  • Reporting and other key considerations for audit committees and boards. Hear about the impact of the SEC’s rules on cybersecurity disclosures.

This CPE-eligible webcast will be 60 minutes. The discussion will be moderated by Patrick Niemann, Partner, Ernst & Young LLP, and Americas Leader of the EY Audit Committee Forum. Panelists will include:

  • Lauren Alexander, Partner, National Professional Practice Group, Ernst & Young LLP
  • Brian Levine, Managing Director, Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Group, Ernst & Young LLP
  • Michael McNeil, Senior Vice President and Global Chief Information Security Officer, McKesson Corporation
  • Adam Meyers, Senior Vice President – Counter Adversary Operations, CrowdStrike


CPE credits: 1.2


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