If you think your company may do ANY business with Europeans, enforcement of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) begins May 25. Companies in non-compliance after the May 25 deadline face fines up to 4% of gross revenue or 20 million euros!
Don't be like Honda, PepsiCo, Unilever and others who have learned the hard way that the EU takes data privacy very seriously.
In this Cybersecurity & GDPR Compliance webinar, you will receive the essential facts about GDPR and gain a firm foundation in the risks and obligations of cyber breaches in the U.S.
- Breaches' Prevalence
- Frameworks and Resources
- Liability Risks and Data Leakage – Big 3
- Modern Threats, Including Spear-Phishing
U.S. and International Law – Overview
- Different Premises in U.S. and EU
- Scattershot U.S. Privacy Protections
- Potential Liability for Data Breaches
- EU – new and pending regimes
- Contracts' Ability to Reallocate Risks
- Policies – Enforcement and Training
- Passwords, Access Restrictions and Central Storage
- Encryption of ESI, Especially PII and Mobile Data
- Travel/Commuting, Metadata, Redaction and “Netiquette”
- Regular Monitoring and Penetration Tests regarding Networks
- Cyber Insurance ?
- Follow Process/Policies/Protocols
- Fact Intake –Whether Data Encrypted
- Get Your Bearings – Vendor/Cloud; Law-Enforcement
- To Give Notice or Not to Give Notice
Who Will Benefit
- Attorneys dealing with e-discovery
- Law Offices
- HR departments
- Healthcare offices
- IT Departments
- Accounting departments
- Any office that deals with electronic data
Your Expert Instructor
Robert D. Brownstone, Esq. is Technology and & eDiscovery counsel, and Electronic-Information-Management (EIM) Group co-chair at Fenwick & West LLP, a 350-attorney, Silicon Valley-based national law firm. He advises clients and colleagues on information security, data privacy, electronic information management, electronic discovery, retention/destruction policies/protocols, and social media rewards and risks. Has taught electronic discovery law and process at multiple law schools. He has a J.D. degree, magna cum laude from the Brooklyn Law School and a B.A. degree from Swarthmore College.