Special Edition Webinar for Data Privacy Day: Turning Your Employees Into Your Best Defense

January 28, 2020 12:00 pm - January 28, 2020 1:00 pm

Webinar

Description

High profile breaches that expose customer data continue with regular frequency. While the focus has been on leveraging technology to prevent and detect intrusions, a company’s employees can be one of the strongest defenses for protecting sensitive information.

Ensuring that employees understand what data they should be protecting and why – both their own data as well as the company’s data – is a crucial step that organizations often overlook.

In addition to establishing clear data protection policies and procedures, organizations can share practical tips on smart web browsing practices, tools for enhancing privacy, and education on the complex nature of social media privacy.And companies can ensure that the IT staff is actively managing who should have access to what information, and are removing access as necessary.

With the right knowledge, training, and support, companies can build an “every employee is a sensor” organization and empower their workforce to take action to protect information and ensure that problems are quickly addressed.

Join us for this webinar on January 28 – International Data Privacy Day – when our panel of experts will discuss best practices for leveraging your employees to help ensure privacy in the workplace.

Speakers

Una Dean

Partner, Fried Frank

Una A. Dean is a distinguished former federal prosecutor and partner in Fried Frank's White Collar Defense, Regulatory Enforcement & Investigations and Cybersecurity Practices. Ms. Dean represents individuals and institutions in critical matters, including criminal defense, regulatory investigations and internal investigations. She also routinely advises corporate clients on issues relating to cybersecurity corporate governance, cyber preparedness and incident response.

As a member of Fried Frank's Cybersecurity practice, Ms. Dean advises boards and companies on compliance with cybersecurity regulations, cybersecurity corporate governance, breach preparedness, training, cybersecurity risk disclosures and M&A due diligence. She also represents companies that have been the victim of a successful cyber-attack or data breach, assisting with crisis management and serving as a critical liaison between clients and regulatory agencies and law enforcement. Ms. Dean is a lecturer at UCLA's Global Cyber Institute.

Ondrej Krehel

CEO & Founder, LIFARS

Dr. Ondrej Krehel is the CEO and Founder of LIFARS LLC, an international cybersecurity and digital forensics firm, and a court expert witness.

He previously lectured for FBI Training Academy, National Executive Council, and provided an offensive cyber warfare training to specialized military units, held CISO role, led investigations at Stroz Friedberg, and managed security programs.

With two decades of experience in cybersecurity and digital forensics, he has launched investigations into a broad range of security matters—from malicious attacks to data breaches to intellectual property theft. Many investigations have led to successful prosecutions by DoJ, such as threat actors from nation states and ransomware attacks. His work has received attention from CNN, Reuters, The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times, among many others.

Alex White

Vice President, Cyber Consulting, Prescient

From mid-sized companies and enterprise organizations to family offices and executive concierge clients, Alex has led transformational efforts with several Fortune 100 and Global 100 clients. Serving as an external CISO, trusted advisor to Boards and C-Suite leadership teams, and executive consultant supporting experienced CIOs, CSOs, and CISOs, his extensive experience provides the agility for organizations to maneuver in the digital era to mitigate critical risk points and take advantage of emerging opportunities. He has architected successful technology optimization and privacy risk programs for global manufacturing, healthcare, insurance, and financial services organizations, pioneering traditional and innovative practices of addressing the ever-changing signature of cyber risk.

Greg Radner

Chief Marketing Officer, RANE

Greg Radner is RANE’s Chief Marketing Officer. Greg is an experienced marketing and business executive with a focus on brand building, business growth, and customer-driven innovation. Before joining RANE, Greg was Vice President, Marketing for National Financial, a Fidelity Investments company and a leading provider of clearing and custody solutions. Greg was responsible for National Financial’s thought leadership, public relations, and advertising programs.