Large scale data breaches have become common headline news over the last two years, and in the wake of breaches that have rocked household names like Target, Home Depot, Neiman Marcus and Sony Pictures, the criticality of an effective data breach response has come into focus. Plans that consider the regulatory obligation and reputational impacts of compromised data are an essential component to most organizations, and buy-in from stakeholders in legal, compliance, IT, security and the board are foundational in defining its path.

An upcoming panel at ALM’s cyberSecure event aims to provide guidance in the formation of that plan. “Sound the Alarm: When Do You Make the Decision to Trigger Incident Response?” brings together several industry experts, including Richard Jacobs, assistant special agent in-charge of the Cyber Branch of the New York Office of the FBI; Mark Sangster, vice president of marketing for eSentire Inc; and Vince Polley, principal at KnowConnect.

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