Anatomy of a Data Breach Response
Understanding the structure and mechanics of a breach before the inevitable happens is critical to an effective and efficient response. No matter how large or small, each muscle in the systemic response plays a critical role in meeting compliance obligations and mitigating additional risk for the organization. Join Armstrong Teasdale Partners Scott Galt and Romaine Marshall, along with Jenny Karlsson, Head of North America and Global Markets at Lex Mundi, for an engaging discussion as they dissect the anatomy of breach response and highlight best practices as we all grapple with how best to safeguard data given the ever-increasing virtual nature of our businesses.
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