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Tuesday, October 13 • 9:20am - 10:35am
Preparing for a Data Breach Crisis: How to Run A Table Top Exercise

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Where there is data there is risk, and with ever increasing and evolving cybersecurity threats, data breaches have become fact of life and cost of doing business. With new regulatory requirements and legal precedents for liability in cases of breach, corporate well-being in 2015 will depend greatly on how organizations respond to the inevitable. Cybercrime is outpacing cyber security resulting in data breaches despite best efforts. Breaches have become an enterprise risk issue, and involving the board in breach risks early on will help from a governance perspective.

This session will outline how to develop and create the setting to run an effective data breach incident response test scenario. The scenario will incorporate actions companies can take to not only manage and handle a data breach to mitigate risk and better protect themselves and their customers, but also to streamline the incident response process. This session will walk attendees through the upfront preparation necessary to help boost defenses in the security-and-risk game, including the key strategies to mitigate breach risks. The session will explore a more methodical approach to breach preparedness and response that can help meet compliance requirements, minimize regulatory risks and penalties, protect reputation, and protect customers while making the best use of limited staff and financial resources.

As a result of participating in this session:
 Attendees will learn how to develop and implement a data breach incident response testing event.
 Learn how to reduce enterprise security risks by implementing procedures and processes that correspond with the phases of the incident’s lifecycle.
 Understand and learn how to define the roles and responsibilities of all involved in preparing for and managing data breaches.
 How creating a holistic team will help better align incident response, learn pre-breach planning best practices in order to maximize breach response effectiveness and minimize litigation as well as risks of regulatory fines/penalties.
 Learn take away resolution strategies to use during breach response events.

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Douglas Duncan

Senior Assistant University Counsel, Seattle University
Currently Associate University Counsel for Seattle University, working remotely from Madison, WI. Grandpa x4. Graduate of Santa Clara University School of Law ... a long time ago. Lots of legal experience, mostly in private practice as a litigator in commercial, employment, maritime and civil rights cases. Many war stories. Picked up a Master’s of Science in Information Management from University of Washington a few years ago. Currently provide... Read More →

David Evans

Senior Vice President, Public Entity Group, Alliant Insurance Services
David Evans joined the Alliant Insurance Services team in 2008 and currently serves as senior vice president in the public entity group. One of his primary responsibilities is working with the University of California, one of the largest, most complex university systems in the United States. For this client, David uses his expertise for insurance placements and risk mitigation initiatives, including review of insurance requirements in contracts... Read More →
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James Giszczak

Member; Vice Chair, Litigation Department, McDonald Hopkins
Mr. Giszczak is vice chair of the litigation department and chair of the data privacy and cyber security practice group. He advises clients regarding data security measures and responding to security breaches involving sensitive personal information and protected health information. He also works with clients in a myriad of industries to assess and implement appropriate data security safeguards. If a data breach occurs, he acts as a breach coach... Read More →
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Jeremy Henley

Director of Breach Services, ID Experts
Jeremy Henley is the director of breach services for ID Experts, where they bring simplicity to the complex world of privacy incident response. | | Mr. Henley has direct oversight for all breach services. He has been certified by the Healthcare Compliance Association for healthcare privacy and compliance and brings more than 14 years of sales, consulting and leadership experience to the ID Experts team. When incidents happen, Henley and his... Read More →

Tuesday October 13, 2015 9:20am - 10:35am
Marquette V Hilton Minneapolis