SEC Readiness: Demystifying the Four-Day Breach Disclosure Requirement


The SEC’s rules requiring disclosure of a material breach within four days are now in place and enforceable. Public companies in the U.S. must adapt and prepare accordingly before a potential breach happens. The decisions you make during an incident will have a far-reaching impact on the success or failure of your response, making simulated exercises a must-have for SEC readiness.

Begin to navigate SEC breach disclosure regulations through this interactive webinar. Join CrowdStrike experts and walk step-by-step through a simulated incident to test decision-making and demystify materiality.

Attendees of this session will:

  • Understand considerations for materiality related to SEC disclosure requirements.
  • Test and exercise response instincts against a simulated material breach through live polling.
  • Increase understanding on when and how to disclose a breach within the four-day window.

CLE accreditation pending

Featured Speakers

Chris Cwalina

Global Head, Cybersecurity and Privacy, Norton Rose Fubright

Chris Cwalina is the Head of Cybersecurity & Privacy at Norton Rose Fulbright, where he leads a team of over 100 attorneys. With experience managing some of the most public ransomware attacks and data breaches, he concentrates his international practice on cybersecurity program development with a focus on cyber incident response.

Justin Weissert

VP, Professional Services, CrowdStrike

With over 15 years of experience in the Cybersecurity and Information Security industry, Justin Weissert is the Vice President of Professional Services at CrowdStrike. Justin has worked with hundreds of companies in various consulting, management, and leadership roles across CrowdStrike and KPMG previously. As Vice President, he leads all CrowdStrike’s professional services including incident response, proactive services, training, and more.

Eben Kaplan

Sr. Director, Strategic Advisory Services at CrowdStrike 

Eben Kaplan has over two decades of experience analyzing, writing about,
and advising on security policy and strategy. At CrowdStrike, he oversees a
practice that helps organizations develop proactive strategies for defending
themselves against potential attacks, before they experience a security

JJ Cranford

Sr. Manager, Product Marketing at CrowdStrike 

JJ Cranford is a Senior Manager of Product Marketing at CrowdStrike primarily responsible for Incident Response and Advisory Services. JJ previously held roles at Cybereason, OpenText and Guidance Software where he drove go-to market strategy around XDR, EDR and DFIR product suites. JJ provides insight into market trends, industry challenges, and solutions in the areas of incident response, endpoint security, risk management, and ransomware defense.

Will Daugherty

Head of Cybersecurity, U.S. at Norton Rose Fulbright

Will Daugherty is a nationally recognized leader in data protection and privacy and is Head of Cybersecurity, US at Norton Rose Fulbright LLP. Clients in a broad-range of industries turn to Will for his experience, practical solutions, and thought leadership on managing risks associated with data and technology, including assessing organizations' security postures; developing information security programs; privacy and cybersecurity training for boards, executives and employees; privacy compliance; incident response preparedness; and leading organizations through data security incidents.

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