You’ve received the dreaded call that your company has just suffered a data breach – what do you do next? Who do you call for help? What notification obligations do you have?
With proper preparation, you can mitigate the damage caused by this unfortunate event and put your business in a position to recover. Your company may have already implemented its information security program and identified the responsible parties, including applicable outside experts, to be contacted in the event of a breach. However, now you must call up your incident response team to investigate the extent of the breach, evaluate the possible damage to your company, and determine whether you must notify your clients, customers, or the public of the breach. This webinar will help prepare you to take action when the worst happens.
Kathryn (“Katie”) Nadro advises clients on a diverse array of business matters, including commercial and business disputes, employment issues, and data security and privacy compliance. Katie works with individuals and… Read More
Alison Schaffer Bloom is Legal and Regulatory Counsel at the Jump Trading Group in Chicago. Alison works extensively in the areas of trading, technology, human resources, venture capital, and data… Read More
As leader of Phillips Lytle’s Data Security & Privacy and E-Discovery & Digital Forensics Practice Teams, Ms. Clark focuses on complex e-discovery and digital forensics, cybersecurity and data privacy, and… Read More
Cassandra M. Porter is the Americas/APAC data privacy lead attorney for a Fortune 100 Techcompany working to transform clients’ businesses, operations and technology models for the digital era. She counsels… Read More