Help, a Data Breach! Who to Tell, How Much and When...
Join Andrew Liuzzi, Executive Vice President, Crisis & Risk Management, Edelman, Dominic Paluzzi, Member, McDonald Hopkins, Bradley Wells, Associate Vice President, Business and Finance, Office of the Chancellor, The California State University and Sue Yi, Breach Response Services, Beazley Group, on Tuesday, Sept. 20 from 1:45 - 2:45 p.m. as they discuss, "Help, a Data Breach! Who to Tell, How Much and When...," at the URMIA 47th Annual Conference in San Diego, CA.
As a result of participating in this session, attendees will, learn more about public relations surrounding a potential data incident, hear from experts what to say and when about a data breach, consider legal ramifications concerning communications, notice and timing, and strategize on how to bring a university incident response team onboard with a communication plan.
Register for the conference here.
- When a data incident rises to the level of a reportable breach, what should you consider in terms of public communications?
- If the FBI comes knocking on your door, how much information is too much to report to the media? Is there such a thing?
- And how can you minimize your university’s exposure to risk down the line while complying with state breach notification laws and any applicable federal regulations requiring public notice?
- What steps can you take to get all of your stakeholders on the same page in terms of communications surrounding a data incident?
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Thursday, February 14, 2019
Patrick Karbowski from McDonald Hopkins will discuss "Lease in Default? Best Practices Before and After the Default" at the ICSC's Michigan Continuing Education Program For Real Estate Professionals on February 14.
Attracting and retaining talent in a millennial world
Thursday, March 21, 2019
Understanding the millennial generation is not only important to ensure you are attracting top talent, it is vital to the longevity of any business. Please join us Thursday, March 21 for a discussion on attracting, retaining, and engaging millennials.