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Please join me for: Data Breaches and Advanced Persistent Threats: Planning for Them, Getting Them Resolved, and Getting Insurance to Cover Them

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Data Breaches and Advanced Persistent Threats:
Planning for Them, Getting Them Resolved, and Getting Insurance to Cover Them

Dickstein Shapiro LLP and General Dynamics Fidelis Cybersecurity Solutions invite you to participate in a webcast, “Data Breaches and Advanced Persistent Threats: Planning for Them, Getting Them Resolved, and Getting Insurance to Cover Them” on Friday, June 21, 2013. This interactive program, of particular interest to chief privacy officers, risk managers, those in government affairs, and privacy counsel, will discuss how enterprises can deal with a risk that has been in the news on a daily basis: data breaches and advanced persistent threats. With these risks quickly becoming board-level concerns, enterprises should have a plan in advance of a data breach and know what happens after a data breach. The discussion will include:

  • Internal and forensics investigations;
  • Inquiries from governmental entities, including State Attorneys General and the Federal Trade Commission; and
  • Insurance coverage that could apply to help defray the costs related to getting the breach or threat resolved.

This webcast will be interactive with an opportunity for Q&A with our speakers.

DATE
Friday, June 21, 2013
2:00 PM – 3:00 PM ET

SPEAKERS
Scott Godes, co-chair of the American Bar Association’s Computer Technology Subcommittee of the Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee
Brian Finch, Global Security Practice Leader, Dickstein Shapiro LLP
Divonne Smoyer, Partner, State Attorneys General Practice, Dickstein Shapiro LLP; IAPP Certified Information Privacy Professional
Jim Jaeger, Vice President, Cybersecurity Services, General Dynamics Fidelis Cybersecurity Solutions

REGISTER
Please click here to register for this complimentary program.

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