What happens, from a legal sense, when a cyber breach occurs at your or your client’s business?
Cybercriminal tactics are becoming more sophisticated, increasing the risk of a cyberattack for organizations of all sizes. But what happens, from a legal sense, when a cyber breach occurs at your or your client’s business?
Sid Bose, Data Security and Privacy Attorney for Ice Miller, and Shanna Utgard of Defendify, will discuss how Managed Service Providers and Integrators can better protect themselves against potential legal issues arising from a cyber incident.
In this talk, Sid and Shanna will review current cases, provide best practice examples, and answer common data security legal questions including:
- As I deploy, monitor, and maintain my client’s systems, how can I legally protect my business in the case they experience a cyber breach?
- What do I do if I am breached and cause a compromise on a client’s system?
- What should be included in customer agreements around cybersecurity to reduce any liability?
Data Security and Privacy Attorney for Ice Miller
Former Sr. Cybersecurity Advocate, Defendify
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