Privacy & Data Breach: 2012 Recap, 2013 Predictions
by JTroisi on Dec 19, 2012
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It's been a particularly tough year for data breaches. So far this year, datalossdb.org has tracked over 1,300 breaches which sets an all-time record, beating last year's figure by more than 20%. This ...
It's been a particularly tough year for data breaches. So far this year, datalossdb.org has tracked over 1,300 breaches which sets an all-time record, beating last year's figure by more than 20%. This year we've witnessed multiple breaches at the same organization, botched response efforts, and large class action lawsuits. The regulatory environment presented challenges as well. Texas and California continued to "innovate," other states had incremental updates, and SEC guidance on data breaches continues to loom on the horizon.
Were 2012 breach levels an anomaly? What might California have up its sleeve for next year? This webinar will review the highlights and lowlights of 2012 and make predictions about what's in store for 2013.
Our featured speakers for this timely webinar are:
-Andrew Serwin, Esq. - Partner, Foley & Lardner LLP. Andy is a well-known, highly regarded figure in the privacy and security realms. His many accomplishments include authoring definitive privacy books, "Information Security and Privacy: A Guide to Federal and State Law and Compliance," and "Information Security and Privacy: A Guide to International Law and Compliance."
-Gant Redmon, Esq. (CIPP/US) - General Counsel & Vice President of Business Development, Co3 Systems. Gant has practiced law for nineteen years; fifteen of those years as in-house counsel for security software companies including: Arbor Networks, Authentica and AXENT. In 1997, Gant was appointed membership on the President Clinton’s Export Counsel Subcommittee on Encryption (PECSENC).
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