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Date: Wednesday, October 30, 2019
Time:
10:00am-11:40am PT / 1:00pm-2:40pm ET
Format: A BVR Webinar

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Mike Blake
Brady Ware & Company
Charles Hoff
Data Security University

About This Program

Cyber liability is of increasing concern for business owners and executives. With the average total cost of a single data breach of $8.19 million in the U.S., shareholder value can be wiped out with the click of a mouse. Cyber risk is a relatively new risk yet is a particularly lethal one. According to Inc. Magazine, 60% of successful cyberattacks force the target business to close. Appraisals that fail to explicitly address this risk are ignoring a material risk. Join experts Mike Blake and Charles Hoff to learn how to address this risk as a noncyber risk expert and ensure that this very important risk is rigorously considered and captured in your business appraisal.

Agenda

  • Part 1 – Why is data security important?
    • There are increasingly strict regulatory requirements
    • It is a pillar of trust between company and customer
    • Non-regulatory liability
    • Can be a company and career crippler
    • Business disruption (in the case of ransomware or cyber vandalism)
  • Part 2 – What are the most typical sorts of vulnerabilities
    • User error – cite examples
    • Phishing-spearphishing – cite examples
    • Intrusion – cite examples
    • Viruses/trojan horses – cite examples
  • Part 3 – Regulatory frameworks
    • GDPR
    • California Consumer Privacy Act
  • Part 4 – How can an appraiser make an assessment?
    • 10(?) Questions you can ask
    • Scorecard
    • When an external party should be called in.
  • Part 5 – How to address this in the appraisal?
    • Income approach – company-specific risk.
    • Market approach – multiple adjustment
    • Treat as a contingent liability (number of records x exposure per record x probability of breach)
      • Cost of remediation
      • Restitution
      • Fines
      • Legal defense
    • Stock value impact of public company breaches.
    • Option theory
    • Value at Risk analysis
    • Do nothing, and simply put the non-consideration of cyber risk as a limitation of your report
    • Cyberliability insurance may mitigate

    Learning Objectives

    • Describe the extent of the exposure companies have to cyber risk
    • Restate the working knowledge of the most common and important types of cyber vulnerability as well as key privacy regulatory frameworks
    • Restate the questions to ask the management or ownership of the target company
    • Describe how to apply cyber liability information gleaned from the target into the valuation process

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CPE Information

Prerequisites: Knowledge of Business Valuation
Program Level: Advanced
Preparation Required: None
Delivery Method: Group Internet-Based
Recommended CPE: 2 Credit Hours (Accounting Technical)

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