Prince Lobel and BlumShapiro to Host Data Privacy and Security Roundtable

April 23, 2018

Data incidents and cyber-attacks have risen to historic levels in the U.S. and across the globe.  On Tuesday, May 1, you will hear first-hand how the FBI, data security attorneys, and cyber audit and assessment professionals help clients through this challenge.

The focus of this roundtable discussion will be three R’s: how to recognize, respond to, and remediate a significant security event at your company.  Panelists will include Prince Lobel’s Peter Caruso (Data Privacy and Security Practice Group), Shelagh Sayers (Special Agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Boston Division), and Jeffrey I. Ziplow, MBA, CISA, CGEIT (Partner,  BlumShapiro CyberSecurity/Risk Management Group).

The panel will be moderated by Prince Lobel’s Kathryn Stone (Data Privacy and Security Practice Group) and Eric E.S. Brown (BlumShapiro CISSP, PCIP Manager)

Areas covered will include:
  • The most recent threats identified by the FBI that include malware, ransomware, business emails, etc.
  • Discussion on how companies are recognizing, responding, and remediating following data security incidents
  • Best practices to reduce cyber risk, improve or enhance compliance with applicable laws and regulations for 2018 and beyond, and generally reduce your legal exposure to fines and/or lawsuits
  • Providing risk assessments, audits, and controls to anticipate and prevent cyberrisk

To register for the event, click here.

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