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MVA Seminar - Responding to a Data Breach:  What to Expect and What to Avoid
MVA Seminar - Responding to a Data Breach: What to Expect and What to Avoid
RESPONDING TO A DATA BREACH: WHAT TO EXPECT AND WHAT TO AVOID (APRIL 20, 2016): Verizon, Experian, and T-Mobile are on a growing list of entities impacted by major data breaches in the past year.  But data breaches are not just limited to large national companies or organizations. No one is immune. For most organizations—big or small—the question is not “if” they will be impacted by a data breach, but “when.” This seminar will help attendees gain a better understanding of what to do in the aftermath of a data breach, analyzing such questions as:
  • What should I expect after a breach occurs?
  • What are the best first steps to take to mitigate further loss of information?
  • What are the general reporting obligations to regulators, federal and state?
  • Do I need to notify my clients/customers, and if so, how and when?
  • What can I do to prevent the next breach?
 

About Data Points: Privacy & Data Security Blog

The technology and regulatory landscape is rapidly changing, thus impacting the manner in which companies across all industries operate, specifically in the ways they collect, use and secure confidential data. Moore & Van Allen’s Privacy & Data Security Group recognizes the challenges clients face in the effort to stay abreast of such volatility. “Data Points” seeks to educate by providing transparent and cutting-edge insight on the most critical issues and dynamics. Our goal is to inform business decision-makers who are navigating these waters about the information they must protect, and what to do if/when security is breached. Read About Our Practice and Meet the MVA Privacy & Data Security Team.

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