Data Privacy and Security: Legal Strategies Amid Growing Liability Threats
Crafting and Implementing Policies and Responding to Breaches
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide general counsel and business legal advisors with an examination of recent legal developments impacting data privacy and security. The panel will outline proactive strategies to reduce the likelihood of breach and provide best practices for responding when a data breach occurs.
- Recent legal developments
- Federal law developments
- State law developments
- International law developments
- Recent litigation and settlements
- Restricting access to certain information
- Encryption of sensitive personal information that will be electronically transmitted
- Written security policies that are consistently enforced
- Internal training on appropriate response to data breach
- Regular monitoring of networks
- Obtaining privacy breach liability insurance?
- Responding to security breaches
- What triggers notification?
- Rapid notification of key company officials
- Investigation of the breach
- Rapid notification of affected individuals and state officials
- Documenting actions taken in response to a security breach
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What steps are state and federal governments taking to help businesses safeguard private data?
- What proactive strategies should counsel take to protect the sensitive personal information of customers, employees and the company?
- What response policies should counsel advise companies to put in place to minimize liability for disclosure of confidential information if a breach occurs?
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
Robert D. Brownstone
Technology & eDiscovery Counsel
Fenwick & West
Mr. Brownstone advises clients on information-security, data-privacy, electronic discovery, electronic information... | Read More
Mr. Brownstone advises clients on information-security, data-privacy, electronic discovery, electronic information management, retention/destruction policies, workplace technology-use policies and social-media rewards and risks. A nationwide advisor, speaker, writer and adjunct law professor on many law-and-technology issues, he is frequently quoted in the press as a resource on electronic information.Close
Brian L. Hengesbaugh
Baker & McKenzie
He advises clients across various industries on global privacy and information management, data security and... | Read More
He advises clients across various industries on global privacy and information management, data security and information technology matters. Formerly a special counsel in the US Department of Commerce, he helped develop and implement the US government’s domestic and international policy in the area of privacy and electronic commerce.Close