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Responding to a Cyber Crisis: How to Rebuild After a Cyber Attack


Level: Intermediate
Runtime: 57 minutes
Recorded Date: October 12, 2021
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Agenda

  • Types of Cyber Attacks
  • Current Trends
  • Future Expectations
  • Cyber Crisis
  • Reputation & Repsonsiveness
  • Resilience to Risk
  • Rebuilding after a Cyber Attack
  • Q & A 
Runtime: 1 hour
Recorded: October 12, 2021

For NY - Difficulty Level: For both newly admitted and experienced attorneys

Description

Given the prevalence of data breaches in recent months, it is not too far-fetched to assume that any business is/will be a target. When the breach occurs, we will look at what businesses should do to respond in the most efficient manner possible and mitigate the consequences.

This program was recorded as part of ALM & Corporate Counsel's Annual General Counsel Conference Midwest on October 12th, 2021.

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Panelists

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Bill Hardin

Vice President
Charles River Associates

Bill has worked on over a thousand data incident/data breach cases along with numerous cases dealing with white collar crime and enterprise risk management. He has handled all types of ransomware, data extortion, business email compromise, nation state attacks, malware outbreaks, insider threats, amongst other items. Many of his cases have been mentioned in The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Forbes, and Krebs on Security, amongst other publications. With a background in finance, operations, and software development, he brings valuable insights to clients from multiple dimensions.

In addition to his forensic engagement assignments, Bill has served in numerous interim management roles for organizations experiencing disruption. He has assisted companies with various management consulting assignments pertaining to strategy, operations, and software implementations.

Bill is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA)/CFF, Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), and a certified Project Management Professional (PMP). He has spoken at numerous events on cybercrime, risk management, and strategy/operations consulting. He serves on the board for Legal Prep Charter Schools and is an adjunct professor at DePaul University in Chicago.

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Ryan Casey

Chief Privacy Officer & Deputy General Counsel
IRI

Ryan Casey is the Chief Privacy Officer & Deputy General Counsel at IRI.

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Ashley Jackson

Privacy Counse & Officer
Olive

Ahsley Jackson, Esq. is the Privacy Counsel & Officer at Olive. Ashley recieved her JD from the Boston University School of Law in 2011.

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Robyn Eckerling

Chief Privacy & Security Counsel
Allscripts

Robyn Sterling Eckerling focuses her practice on data privacy and data security with a concentration in health care privacy. She regularly advises Allscripts on a wide range of privacy matters that include state and federal privacy and data security compliance, data security breach response, privacy and data security policies and procedures. She also advises on areas of international privacy, health care privacy, and social networking. Robyn currently serves as the Chief Privacy & Security Counsel for Allscripts.

Prior to joining Allscripts, Robyn was Aon's HIPAA specialist and worked on various privacy projects. Prior to Aon, Robyn worked for large international law firms where she worked on transactional matters including representing hospitals, dental management companies, and pharmaceutical, medical device and nutritional supplement companies. She also represented private equity funds and other health care company investors in mergers, acquisitions and other complex health care transactions. In addition to transactional work, she regularly advised clients on regulatory and compliance matters, including data privacy, data breach preparedness, HIPAA, fraud and abuse laws, as well as the promotion of pharmaceutical products and medical devices. Robyn began her career at the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Inspector General.

She holds a BA from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign in History and Political Science, a JD from Chicago-Kent College of Law, and a Master of Public Health from Boston University where she served as the Health Law, Bioethics and Human Rights Fellow.


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