At the American Conference Institute’s (ACI) National Conference on Cybersecurity Law & Compliance, Partner and Co-Chair of Mullen Coughlin’s Advisory Compliance practice, Elizabeth R. Dill, presents on the interactive, two-part panel, “Document Swap: A Practical Guide to Cyber and Incident Response Polices and Crisis Management,” on February 27.
The session, wherein Liz is joined by William Bracker, Sr. Corp. Counsel at Cox Communications and Jonathan Rudy, Sr. Counsel, Cybersecurity, Data Protection and Privacy at TransUnion, first guides attendees as they work through the creation of policies relevant to data privacy and information security, while the second part allows attendees to respond to hypothetical data privacy and security incident scenarios using the knowledge gained from part one and their newly created policies.
Using Liz’s experience in drafting and implementing IRPs and other data privacy and information security policies and responding to hundreds of data privacy and security incidents, topics covered include:
- Policies related to:
- access management policies
- Incident Response Plan (IRP) development;
- patch management and maintenance policies;
- employee devices and acceptable use/privacy;
- Hypothetical data privacy and security incident response, including:
- recognizing, determining the severity of and identifying the source of an incident;
- the incident response roadmap;
- communication and decision making;
- analyzing threat actor strategies and motivations and
- understanding the role of law enforcement.
At the end of each part, attendees’ policies and their response to the hypothetical data privacy and security incidents are evaluated by Liz, William and Jonathan to determine whether they are realistic, attainable and compliant. Learn more about the conference, and register to attend, here.