Breached! What’s Your Cybersecurity Response Plan?

February 12, 2019 EST, 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

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Learn the steps and considerations you should take following a security breach.

There is a lot of talk about strategies to prevent your data but what about your response plan if a breach does happen? Minimizing risk is essential, but just as critical for your litigation readiness plan is how to adjust your processes and measures in response. During this webinar, our panel of security experts will walk you through the steps and considerations following exposure.

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This webinar is generously sponsored by Zapproved.


Meet our presenters:

Brad Harris
Vice President of Corporate Strategy, Zapproved LLC

Brad has more than 30 years of experience in the high technology and enterprise software sectors, including assisting Fortune 1000 companies enhance their e-discovery preparedness through technology and process improvement. Brad is a frequent author and speaker on data preservation and e-discovery issues, including articles in National Law Journal, Corporate Counsel, Metropolitan Corporate Counsel and Information Management and presentations at leading industry events such as LegalTech New York.  Prior to joining Zapproved, he led the development of electronic discovery readiness consulting efforts for Fios, Inc. from 2004 to 2009. He has held senior management positions at prominent public and privately held companies, including Hewlett-Packard, Tektronix and Merant.

Chris Wolski
Chief Information Security Officer, Herman Miller Inc.

Chris currently serves as the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for Herman Miller Inc. where he is responsible for the information security, industrial cyber security, compliance, and data privacy programs for Herman Miller’s global family. A former U.S. Navy Chief Petty Officer, he was responsible for analyzing and reporting on potential threats to the U.S. Navy. He has worked in cyber security across diverse sectors, including private enterprise, municipal government and Federal Government. He was also an entrepreneur, having established his cybersecurity consulting firm, 360 Degree Cyber Security, which offered an information security specialist resource for small businesses and municipalities in the Mid-Atlantic region. A University of Maryland University College graduate, Chris attained his MBA and Bachelor of Science Degree in Cybersecurity.

Sarah Knight
Senior Privacy Counsel, Gilead Sciences

Prior to joining Gilead, Ms. Knight worked at the Federal Bureau of Investigation.  She has previous in-house experience leading eDiscovery on large product litigation and investigation matters at General Motors.  Before going in-house, Ms. Knight worked at the law firm Seyfarth Shaw LLP, focusing on eDiscovery litigation and counseling, privacy, computer forensics, data analytics, and information governance. Ms. Knight is a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals and is a Certified Information Privacy Professional for European and US privacy specialties (CIPP/e/US).  She also has a computer forensics certification (EnCE) and is a OneTrust Certified Professional (OTCP).   Ms. Knight also previously taught “eDiscovery and Problem Solving” at Loyola University Chicago School of Law.

Matthew E. Yarbrough
Managing Partner, Yarbrough Law, PLLC

Matthew Yarbrough, is an internationally recognized trial lawyer, expert, and pioneer in the area of cyber law.  He has more than 25 years experience providing legal expertise and lecturing in the areas of eDiscovery, data security, privacy, cyber crimes, and intellectual property. Yarbrough is a former assistant U.S. attorney (AUSA), law professor, and is currently in private practice. As an AUSA with the Department of Justice (DOJ), Yarbrough served as head of the Cyber Crimes Task Force. He prosecuted the first data/voice wire-tap of a hacking in U.S. history known as the “Phonemasters” case. He was also lead prosecutor in the U.S. v. Tejas case, one of the largest-ever theft of trade secrets cases brought under the Economic Espionage Act. Yarbrough helped create the Regional Computer Forensics Laboratory for the FBI and DOJ in North Texas, still one of the largest computer forensics laboratories in the world. Yarbrough also helped establish the Texas Internet Bureau for then Attorney General John Cornyn of Texas, one of the first state Internet enforcement agencies. The DOJ, FBI, and Department of Homeland Security have all recognized Yarbrough as an outstanding trial lawyer. He has appeared on such programs as Nightline, 20/20, and CNN as a cyber security and data law expert. He has spoken on behalf of such companies as IBM, Cisco, and Apple concerning corporate data compliance, information governance, and IP litigation. Yarbrough has also been recognized as one of the “Top Litigators” in the US by the National Law Journal.  Yarbrough has been an adjunct professor at SMU’s School of Law, teaching Cyber Law and Trial Advocacy.  He has authored more than a dozen articles including, “Suing the Insecure in Cyberspace.”

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