In a data breach world of “when, not if,” higher education leaders, boards and regents are taking a deeper look at institutional preparedness. Recent high-profile breaches in higher education are a reminder that every institution is at risk.
Significant security breaches require a coordinated response on multiple fronts — security, legal, forensic, law enforcement, regulatory, insurance coverage, public relations, stakeholders, notification and personnel management — all while the clock ticks. Assessing and addressing information security risks, along with establishing a breach readiness plan, help ensure the best possible posture to defend against and respond to a breach.
Join us in exploring how your institution can assess its security risks and improve its data breach response readiness.
Date and Time
Thursday, August 20, 2015
Noon - 1 p.m. (CDT)
Peter Sloan Partner, Husch Blackwell's Information Governance Group
Deborah Juhnke, IGP, CRM, Husch Blackwell Director of Information Governance Consulting
Who Should Attend
Administrators and attorneys of higher education institutions
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