What To Do When (Not If) Data Breaches Occur
Interhack founder C. Matthew Curtin, CISSP, will join a panel to present "What To Do When (Not If) Data Breaches Occur" at the ILTA LegalSec 2014 conference in Chicago on June 11, 2014 at 3:45 P.M.
When security threats emerge, quick response is imperative to contain risk and protect data assets. Often, the expertise and pace with which an event is managed can make as much media buzz as the data breach itself. Come walk through a mock data breach incident and see how well-defended law firms and corporate legal departments are those that prepare for the unexpected.
Four questions for every CIO.
Incident Handling: When the Breach Occurs
The session will cover preparation, identification, containment, recovery, and follow-up. The panel discusses data breach incidents from the perspective of law firms, bringing the experience of Michael Santos of Cooley LLP and Andrey Zelenskiy of Dentons to the session. Using experience from his own practice in leading efforts to prepare for and respond to information security incidents, Mr. Curtin will focus his remarks on the later stages of the incident, the recovery and follow-up phases.
More information can be found on the session website.
Interhack is a computer expert firm formed in 2000 with a focus on information security and privacy. Today the firm has practices in Information Assurance, Forensic Computing, and Electronic Discovery, providing services to law firms, corporations, and government agencies throughout North America. Interhack helps organizations to prepare for and respond to unplanned events, whether driven by attackers, natural disasters, or litigation. More information can be found online at web.interhack.com.