July 19, 2023 @ 11 am PT

Building an Incident Response Plan (IRP) is a critical step for addressing any type of incidents, including natural disasters, hardware failures, or cyberattacks such as ransomware. An IRP outlines the procedures and processes that organizations will follow in the event of a incident, including the roles and responsibilities of personnel, communication protocols, and incident response steps.

In this fireside chat, we invited Michelle Drolet, CEO, cybersecurity expert, and well-respected board member of several committees, to share her experiences and the essential steps to build an effective IRP plan, live on July 19, 2023 at 11am PT. Register for this event now and bring your questions with you to ask them live on our Q&A platform.

What You’ll Learn

  • Our stories and experiences on how to define clear incident response roles and responsibilities and what to include in a communication plan.

  • Real-life stories and lessons learned on the importance of conducting regular exercises and drills to test the IRP and the role of backups of all critical data and systems.

  • How to establish relationships with outside experts and resources that can help your company during and after an attack.

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Featured Expert Speaker

Michelle Drolet Founder & CEO, Towerwall

Ms. Drolet has more than 24 years of network and cybersecurity experience. She is often featured in national magazines and is a regular contributor to Forbes and IDG CSOonline. In addition to being named the Top CEO’s to Watch in 2020 and Top 5 Women in Cybersecurity in 2019, she has received citations from Senator Spilka for her community service and has received the Cyber Citizenship award several times. Currently, she sits on the Framingham Foundation Board Events Committee as well as the MassBay Cyber Security Advisory Board and her church’s SBRC Committee. She is past chair of the Mass Bay Foundation Board, Metrowest Chamber of Commerce, and Framingham ESL.

Expert Speakers

Bill has worked with partners, businesses and non-profits to strategize and implement data protection infrastructures. His specialty is in data backup and disaster recovery, and he has extensive knowledge in backup recovery infrastructures ranging from on-premise to cloud and hybrid cloud. Working with data protection vendors can be tricky, and Bill will be sharing his extensive experience to help VAR’s and MSP’s.

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Bill Morck Sales Director, Quorum

Gabe has over 20 years of experience working in IT and network administration, with the last 10+ years in leadership positions. Prior to joining Quorum, he specialized in full IT and Disaster Recovery services for financial institutions across the U.S. Throughout his tenure there, he successfully mitigated 3 different ransomware variants in 2 different companies, and he had successfully prevented and protected 20+ known ransomware attacks.

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Gabe Gambill VP of Product & Technical Ops, Quorum