The Coronavirus pandemic is moving more organizations to remote working models. This enhances the potential trajectory for data security incidents and other information exfiltration to increase dramatically. The number of data security incidents in 2020 was more than double that of 2019. U.S. companies on average pay $8.64 million per breach due to the complicated regulatory picture that changes across states, especially when it comes to breach notification.
On this Webinar we will discuss:
- The Intersection of eDiscovery and data security incidents,
- Best practices for identifying the size and scope of a data security incident, and
- Best Strategies for sifting through and narrowing down the compromised personal data.
At the end of the webinar, our subject matter experts will share tips and lessons learned that you can begin to implement in your practice.
Partner and Vice Chair of Data Privacy & Cybersecurity
Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP
Lindsay Nickle is a partner in the Dallas office of Lewis Brisbois and a vice chair of the Data Privacy & Cybersecurity Practice. She helps clients by overseeing the process of investigating data security events and interpreting the myriad state and federal laws governing data breach response. Lindsay also guides clients through regulatory investigations arising from data security incidents. In her role as a breach coach, Lindsay assists her clients with navigating the complex process of responding to the loss, theft or compromise of protected information. Past clients include educational institutions, insurance companies, health care providers, accountants, retail merchants, hotels, restaurants, utilities, and governmental entities. Lindsay has acquired focused, specific, and relevant experience with the standards and issues unique to the payment card industry and routinely provides guidance and advice regarding regulatory compliance within the financial industry.
Managing Director of Cyber Security
Joseph Tarraf is the Managing Director of Cybersecurity in the Americas for S-RM. He helps clients across a range of cyber security disciplines, with a focus on incident response. Previously, Mr. Tarraf worked in cyber security consulting at PwC and Deloitte. Mr. Tarraf holds Computer Engineering and Political Science degrees from Concordia University.
Evan Michailidis practices in the area of litigation, with a focus on complex commercial litigation; domestic and international white-collar criminal defense, including Foreign Corrupt Practices Act investigations; class action defense; products liability; and employment litigation. Mr. Michailidis is listed in the 2012-2019 editions of New York Super Lawyers as a Rising Star.
Mr. Michailidis is a 2006 graduate of Emory School of Law and a cum laude graduate of Columbia University.
Director of Managed Review
Sean Oak has spent the last 15 years building highly efficient eDiscovery delivery teams focused on quality, scalability and service. His approach to providing white glove relationship management no matter the size and scope of the project has led him and the teams that he works with to be highly successful in helping clients drive towards cost and process efficiency. Over his litigation services career he has worked in various capacities on some of the largest cases in US history. Sean brings lessons learned not only from his time in eDiscovery, but also from his technology startup and customer service background prior to entering the industry as a Project Manager. He has led project management, vendor management, managed services, and SaaS delivery teams in the litigation services world prior to his current stint of providing business and strategy guidance as a Director for Conduent LCA’s Managed Review offering.
Director of Delivery & eDiscovery
Sal Mancuso is Senior Director of Delivery for Conduent’s Legal, Compliance & Analytics Solutions. He has designed and successfully run Litigation Support and eDiscovery departments for over 25 years. Since his start in legal community in 1988, he has worked alongside attorneys at law firms such as Proskauer Rose, Willkie Farr and Greenberg Traurig. Sal has established himself as an expert in the field of eDiscovery, providing law firms and their clients assistance with defensible cost-effective workflows and solutions, development of ESI protocols, design of data preservation orders, handling of IT interviews, data mapping, and data collection.