Every company faces risks relating to data privacy and security. The concern is no longer if a data breach will occur, but when. Yet most companies are not adequately prepared for a potential breach or loss of data. Join Husch Blackwell, M3 Insurance, Sikich and Wisconsin Technology Council for an in-depth discussion of the risks that data breaches pose to large and small companies, what to expect when confronted with one and how to mitigate the effects of a breach.
- Mock Data Breach: During our morning session, moderated by Tom Still, President of Wisconsin Technology Council, we will walk through a mock data breach. This presentation will provide a wealth of information on what to expect after a security incident, including legal risk analysis, cooperation with law enforcement investigations and conducting information technology forensic investigations.
- Mitigating the Risks of Data Security Breaches: V. Miller Newton, CEO of PKWARE, will discuss how to identify vulnerable data and close security gaps with encryption technology and other methods.
- Mitigating the Effects of Data Breaches Before They Happen: Our afternoon session will focus on providing practical tools for mitigating the risks associated with a data breach. We will discuss data breach response planning, cyber insurance, outsourcing IT security and smart contracting to reduce exposure.
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Date and Time
Wednesday, May 10, 2017
9:00 a.m. – Registration
9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. – Program
Milwaukee Athletic Club
758 N. Broadway
Milwaukee, WI 53202
Husch Blackwell Presenters
Gina Carter, Partner, Husch Blackwell
Mindi Giftos, Partner, Husch Blackwell
Jeff Jensen, Partner, Husch Blackwell
Co-Sponsors and Guest Presenters
Mark Shelhart, Senior Manager, Incident Response Forensics, Sikich
Derek Laczniak, Account Executive and Director of Cyber Practice, M3 Insurance
V. Miller Newton, CEO, PKWARE
Tom Still, President, Wisconsin Technology Council
Who Should Attend
CEOs, CIOs, owners, executives, in-house counsel, and IT and risk professionals.
Continuing Education Credit
This program is pending approval for Wisconsin continuing legal education credit.
Early registration (by April 28): $100
Regular registration (by May 3): $125
Event includes continental breakfast and lunch
Registration is required by May 3, 2017.
Contact Ashley Connell at 414.978.5351.