Webinar: Building an Incident Response Plan that Works: Legal and Practical Insights

It’s 10 p.m. on Friday, and your phone rings. It’s the FBI, and they say they’ve identified sensitive information regarding your company, its customers, and its business partners on the internet. You know you have a problem and realize that your company is not prepared to mount a coordinated response.

Responding to these incidents, and knowing what to do, depends on advance preparation. Join us for a webinar on data breach response. Data breaches are an omnipresent risk for business. Attendees will come away from the program with a better understanding of the practical and legal challenges arising from data breaches, including disruption to basic business functions, regulatory fines, contractual penalties, million-dollar class actions, and loss of consumer confidence. Our seasoned panel has experience with large companies and complex data systems and will walk you through the elements of an effective and flexible incident response plan, including:

  • Creation and leadership of incident response teams
  • Retention and coordination with forensic, cybersecurity, public-relations, and notification firms 
  • Notice to affected persons such as consumers and business partners as well as to US federal, state and non-US regulators
  • Coordination with US Attorney offices, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Secret Service, Federal Trade Commission (FTC), state attorney generals, regulators and other government agencies
  • Coordination with auditors, senior executives and boards of directors
  • Development of public-relations and communications strategies
  • Management of post-breach cyber assessments and remediation counseling 
  • Responses to governmental investigations
  • Defense of class-action and multidistrict litigation

The panel will feature forensic response expert Pierson Clair (Senior Director of Cyber Risk at Kroll), in-house privacy expert William Dummett (Chief Privacy Officer, Genesys Telecommunications), Robert Kang (Loyola Law School Los Angeles, Cybersecurity professor), and Michael Morgan (Partner, Co-Chair of Global Privacy and Cybersecurity at MWE).

Date: October 11, 2018

Time: 11:30 - 12:45 CDT

Pierson Clair, Senior Director, Cyber Risk
Pierson Clair is a Senior Director in Kroll’s Cyber Risk practice, based in the Los Angeles office. Pierson brings an uncommon perspective to cyber security challenges from his years as a leading digital forensic examiner, technical security consultant, researcher, and educator. He has conducted extensive academic research at the forefront of cyber security, most currently on changes of investigative significance in Mac and mobile device hardware and software. Prior to this emphasis, he focused on the dynamics within the complex framework of protecting critical national infrastructure as well as intelligence, espionage, and terrorism. In addition to working on analytical projects with members of the Intelligence Community and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Pierson has provided sophisticated digital forensic services for a wide range of private sector clients and law enforcement agencies.
1 hr 15 mins
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