A company needs to know what to do before and after a data breach and addressing those steps is part of the on-demand Financial Poise Webinar "Data Breach Response: Before and After the Breach."
"Your company may have already implemented its information security program and has identified the responsible parties, including applicable outside experts, to be contacted in the event of a breach," Financial Poise says in the webinar's introduction. "However, now you must assemble 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 or the public of the breach. This webinar gives you an overview of what to do when the worst happens."
The webinar's principal audience is attorneys and advisers, business owners and executives, and investors.
To register, interested attendees can sign up here. There is a $175 cost associated with the course.
This webinar is in partnership with ChamberWise, Financial Poise and West LegalEdcenter.
Cassandra M. Porter is an Americas/APAC data privacy lead attorney for a Fortune 100 Tech company that works with clients businesses, operations and technology models in the digital era. She counsels internal clients on privacy-related matters. Those matters include data collection practices, online advertising and mobile commerce, in addition to development and acquisition of new technology, data incidents and management.
Dominic Paluzzi, co-chair of McDonald Hopkins' national data privacy and cybersecurity practice group, offers advice on data privacy and cybersecurity risks at national and international levels. His topics include proactive compliance, incident response strategies and management, and defense of regulatory enforcement actions and single-plaintiff and class action litigation.
Elizabeth B. "Lisa" Vandesteeg, a partner at Sugar Felsenthal Grais & Helsinger and legal team leader and tactical adviser for businesses, has a background in commercial litigation. Her practice focuses on risk identification and mitigation, primarily in business continuity and business tort, data security and privacy, and bankruptcy and restructuring.
Michael Phillips, adjunct professor at DePaul University, has served as chief information security officer and executive vice president at Rosenthal Collins Group, information security officer at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago and IT security director for the Americas at UBS. He is an active member of InfraGard, the High Tech Crime Consortium and the Chicago Electronic Crimes Task Force, in addition to serving on the advisory board of the Digital Privacy Alliance.
Mike Riela, a partner in Tannenbaum Helpern's creditors' rights and business reorganization practice, advises companies on complex restructuring, distressed mergers and acquisitions, loan transactions and bankruptcy-related litigation matters. Riela advises corporate clients on various topics, including real estate bankruptcies, workouts, Chapter 11 and Chapter 7 bankruptcy cases, debtor-in-possession and bankruptcy exit loan facilities, secondary market trading of distressed debt and trade claims.
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