Peter Marta, Anthony Ferrante, Christopher Leone, Albert Murray, Douglas Bloom

A recent report by Symantec noted that the number of targeted ransomware attacks increased dramatically – by over 400% – between 2017 and 2019.  Given that reality, organizations would be prudent to dedicate a portion of their cyber incident playbook to ransomware scenarios.  While the central question companies face is whether or not to make the ransom payment, there are a number of other considerations that should be evaluated ahead of time and codified into their playbook.  This panel will address these considerations and offer best practices for preparing a ransomware incident response plan.

Peter Marta, Partner, Hogan Lovells
Anthony Ferrante, Senior Managing Director, FTI Consulting
Christopher Leone, Supervisory Special Agent, U.S. Secret Service
Albert Murray, Assistant Section Chief, FBI
Douglas Bloom, Executive Director, Head of Cybersecurity & North American Privacy and Data Protection Law, Morgan Stanley

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Albert Murray

Assistant Section Chief
FBI

Anthony Ferrante
Anthony Ferrante

Senior Managing Director
FTI Consulting

Christopher Leone
Christopher Leone

Supervisory Special Agent
U.S. Secret Service

Douglas Bloom
Douglas Bloom

Executive Director, Head of Cybersecurity & North American Privacy and Data Protection Law
Morgan Stanley

Peter Marta
Peter Marta

Partner
Hogan Lovells