Cyber-attacks, ransomware, spear phishing, malware, system and process failure, employee mistakes or negligence, lost or stolen devices… the list goes on and on.
Your organization’s data is constantly in danger, and if it hasn’t been inappropriately disclosed or accessed yet, then chances are good that it may be at some time in the near future. What privacy and security policies and practices should you implement and enforce? If and when your data is compromised, how do you know and determine your regulatory and contractual obligations to ensure compliance and mitigate your risks?
Request the recording of this interactive discussion with seasoned data protection experts to hear about how you can determine how to properly label a data loss incident, and what subsequent steps you and your company need to take.
Is it an Incident or a Breach? Meet our Panelists:
Holly Towle, Partner, K&L Gates LLP
Holly K. Towle is a partner with K&L Gates LLP, an international law firm. Ms. Towle's practice focuses on data, payment systems, privacy and data security, electronic business issues such as e-contracting structures for consumers customers and for business processes, software licensing and other issues relating to information assets as distinguishable from “goods” or “services”. She is the author of two treatises, The Law of Electronic Commercial Transactions (LexisNexis), an information rich treatise explaining the legal landscape of commercial law when electronics or electronic settings are used, and also of Data Privacy, Protection, and Security Law (LexisNexis).
Mahmood Sher-Jan, CHPC, CEO of RADAR
As CEO, Mahmood oversees the strategic direction of the RADAR business unit. His leadership experience spans start-ups to fortune 500 enterprises. He holds patents in incident management, fraud prevention, and secure identity solutions; Mahmood is the inventor of RADAR®, an award-winning incident response management platform to automate the assessment and management of privacy and security incidents. He is the winner of Info Security’s 2015 Global Excellence Awards for Product Development/Management Executive of the Year. He holds a BA in Computer Science from the University of Washington and an MBA from University of Redlands.