Boot Camp Session 2 – Protecting Against and Preparing for a Data Breach

Published On October 20, 2014 | By Marc Zwillinger | Data Security, General, Hacking
Friday, November 7, 2014 – 1:00 – 2:00 pm EST
Presenters: Stacey BrandenburgMarc Zwillinger from ZwillGen & Maurice Liddell from UHY

Announcements of newly discovered data breaches occur almost monthly. Although falling prey to a breach can seem unavoidable, there are steps you can take to reduce that likelihood and to show your customers, regulators, and would-be attackers that you take security seriously. Sometimes, however, even despite your best efforts, you may learn that your company has been the victim of a breach. As in-house counsel, CIO, or CISO, how do you mitigate the impact on your company?

Not all data breaches follow the same course, and various considerations factor into an appropriate response. In all instances, however, having a response plan in place is critical. This webinar will highlight steps that you can take to reduce your exposure to a breach at the outset, which also will reduce legal exposure in the event of a breach. We also will discuss key considerations for an effective breach response, such as:

  • How do we manage the information as we investigate the source and scope of the breach?
  • When should we contact law enforcement? and
  • When should we provide notice to consumers or business partners?

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For additional questions, please contact Jennifer Russell: jennifer@zwillgen.com

 Feature Photo by Instant Vantage  from Flickr

About The Author

Marc is the founder and managing member of ZwillGen PLLC and has been regularly providing advice and counsel on issues related to the increasingly complex laws governing Internet practices, including issues related to Electronic Communications Privacy Act (“ECPA”), the Wiretap and Communication Acts, privacy, CAN-SPAM, FISA, spyware, adware, Internet gambling and adult-oriented content. He also helps Internet Service Providers and other clients comply with their compliance obligations pertaining to the discovery and disclosure of customer and subscriber information.

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