What You Need to Know About Cyber Security Liability
Cybersecurity is a new and still-developing field of technology, law, and regulation that poses a practical minefield for corporate entities that face the risk of cyber-attacks. Not only must firms defend against constantly-evolving technologies and cyber-attacks, they also must also be prepared before a breach occurs to mitigate the criminal, civil, and regulatory damages of a cyber-attack.
This course is a comprehensive review of privacy and security training, meant to give you practical know-how and improve your fluency in the terminology of phishing, ransomware, malware, and other common threats. The presenters will cover best practices for businesses in designing and implementing cybersecurity policies and training for the entire workforce, as well as tailored training for individuals responsible for implementing security policies.
During this webinar, attendees will learn
- How to define common threats, including phishing, ransomware, telephone scams, and malware
- How to develop effective company efforts and policies
- Effective personnel practices
Diane J. Geller, partner, Fox Rothschild LLP
Mark G. McCreary, CIPP/US, chief privacy officer and partner, Fox Rothschild LLP