Lessons from the Trenches: Critical Updates Your Incident Response Plan Needs
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Today’s breach landscape is unprecedented and complex. Every organization is facing potential enforcement of many interconnected and overlapping laws in multiple jurisdictions.
Requirements for what constitutes a privacy breach or legal privilege, or what thresholds regulators are setting to hold organizations to vary significantly, yet there are no exceptions made based on the inability to keep the pace.
Join this webcast as experts provide an insider’s view of the critical updates you need to make today in your Incident Response Plan to ensure compliance, mitigate risk and optimize your response process. Learn what you need to do prior rather than during your response. You will also learn:
- Real-life best practice advice for optimizing a compliant and defensible response plan.
- The crucial role general counsel must play in updating your breach response plan.
- How to maintain privilege and communicate with outside counsel during your response.
|Justine Phillips | Partner | Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton
Justine is a partner at the law firm Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton in its San Diego office. Justine specializes in cyber law and data governance representing clients across sectors in every aspect of cybersecurity and digital asset management. Justine thinks proactively and mindfully about cyber and digital assets and is a recognized national leader in cyber law. Justine is also a member of the FBI Citizen’s Academy and is the Vice President of InfraGard San Diego—a public/private partnership with the FBI focused on reducing cyber threats. Justine founded Women in eDiscovery San Diego, and frequently speaks and writes on cyber legal issues for media outlets like Wall Street Journal, KPBS, USA Today and more.
|Christopher Armstrong | Managing Partner | CISO Partners LLC
Mr Armstrong has over twenty-five years’ experience in Cyber Security, Information Assurance, Information Risk, and Information Technology leading the development of business-enabling solutions in large-scale, complex operating environments. He has extensive leadership experience in both domestic and international operations and has a demonstrated track record excelling in multi-business unit corporations, IT consolidations, diverse cultural environments, breach remediation, Industry compliance, and guiding organizational restructuring.
|Rebecca Perry, CIPP US/G | Director of Strategic Partnerships | Exterro
Rebecca Perry is the Director of Strategic Partnerships at Exterro, the leader in helping companies manage their information compliantly and defensibly – in compliance with data privacy, cybersecurity and e-discovery requirements. Rebecca has been with Exterro more than 27 years working with legal, IT, Compliance and Privacy professionals along with their outside counsel in the areas of information governance, data mapping, data minimization, records retention and third-party diligence. Rebecca has been a Certified Information Privacy Professional for the last 10 years. She frequently speaks to legal, privacy and compliance groups and manages strategic relationships with leading law firms.