September 25, 2018 EDT, 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Frequent news of high-profile data breaches at companies like Equifax, Target, Yahoo and more are proof that it’s no longer a matter of if, but when, the next company will make headlines for having personal customer data exposed, their brand and reputation left in ruins. Will your company or client be the next victim?
During this webinar, panelists will discuss where to begin after the breach―from the initial identification and investigation, through reporting findings and learning from the incident. We’ll discuss the important role of legal throughout the process, and how legal and IT/Security teams must effectively collaborate to ensure a successful investigation.
This webinar is generously sponsored by AccessData.
Meet our presenters:
Melissa Singleton, Esq.
Customer Success, AccessData
Melissa is an Account Manager with AccessData. She is responsible for delivering forensic and e-discovery technology and services to law firms, corporations, and service providers. For over a decade, Ms. Singleton has been entrenched in the e-discovery industry. Her hands-on experience with a variety of technology and services provide a sound basis of knowledge of the overall e-discovery marketplace. Ms. Singleton received her JD from Southern Methodist University’s Dedman School of Law. She practiced civil commercial litigation before her technology career. She is a member of the Texas Bar and resides in Houston, Texas.
Senior Attorney, Privacy and Data Protection, USAA
Chris Hydak is privacy and data protection attorney at USAA. He advises the enterprise and all lines of business on domestic and internal privacy laws and regulations, including data breach response, GLBA and other financial sector privacy laws, information governance, European data protection law, and marketing. Prior to joining USAA in 2016, Chris spent six years at law firms in New York advising clients across a range of industries on data protection issues.
Partner, Michael Best & Friedrich LLP
A former chief privacy officer in Texas state government, Elizabeth Rogers brings a unique and informed perspective to her privacy and cybersecurity practice at Michael Best. Clients benefit from Elizabeth’s extensive experience with a variety of regulatory, cybersecurity compliance, and technology-specific privacy matters. She focuses on issues including development of global data privacy compliance frameworks, breach response, privacy risk assessments, and enterprise-wide cybersecurity programs, policies and procedures across industries such as retail, health care, financial services, energy and retail electric providers, education, and state and local governments. Outside of her law practice, Elizabeth teaches cybersecurity and privacy law topics for the University of Texas School of Information’s Master’s Program in Identity Management and Security. She is a thought leader on privacy and cybersecurity matters facing businesses, and frequently speaks and is published on emerging trends in these areas. Elizabeth is an Advisory Board Member of UC-Berkeley’s Global Cyber Security Institute, a council member of the State Bar of Texas’ Computer & Technology Law section, and a member of the Greater Houston Partnership’s Cybersecurity Task Force. She is an active supporter of the arts and currently serves on the boards of directors for the Mexic-Arte Museum, Kids in a New Groove, and Texas Accountants and Lawyers for the Arts.