What Every In-House Counsel Needs to Know About Data Security

DATE: Wednesday, November 18, 2015

TIME: 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM


ORGANIZER: Baltimore Association of Corporate Counsel

Data security breaches continue to dominate the headlines, with more and more businesses, governmental authorities and other organizations falling victim. Recent news suggests that data breaches are actually under-reported. Thus, the problem is even worse than currently thought. To equip in-house counsel for this ever-growing threat, this session will examine key measures that businesses must take to protect themselves and comply with the law, including how in-house counsel can better work with their IT departments and risk managers, how best to deal with a data breach, and providing an overview of the types of losses that a serious breach will entail so that in-house counsel can make more informed assessments of this peril and adjust their risk management strategies and insurance purchases accordingly.

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