What are “supplementary measures” and why are my EU business partners asking me to implement them? Can law enforcement search my cellphone at border crossings? What qualifies as a breach vs. an incident? When does an investigation need attorney-client privilege? Do I need to make a bitstream copy, or is an image enough?
Over the past five years, these questions have likely come up with regularity, underscoring the need for legal insight in infosec. Just some of the areas where attorneys can assist you include incident response/breach notification, contract negotiations, policy writing and review, and working with insurance carriers. In this follow up to last year’s presentation, infosec legal veterans will describe 10 more things that attorneys can do for your team.
Discern which infosec and privacy problems require legal involvement.
Understand how to work with counsel to achieve the best results.
Respond to the latest infosec trends that have legal implications
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10/20/21 5:16 pm
An excellent session, FULL of great info & insight--thank you! The Attorney/Client privilege caveats and cautions where eye-opening.
10/22/21 11:51 am
This is an excellent session that is particularly helpful for our GRC and Privacy teams that navigate all sorts of questions regarding data protection. This session is very helpful in formulating IR exercises that can keep the legal teams engaged. Thank you.