Issues COVID-19 has Created Amid Outsourcing Programs for US Companies and Indian Providers
Counsel Richard Borden will a lead a panel discussion on the current status of Indian-based organizations response to the coronavirus (COVID-19), including the growing requirements for employees to work remotely. These requirements will pose significant operational and cybersecurity challenges to Indian outsourcing firms, and the companies with whom they do business. The New York Department of Financial Services required regulated entities to provide operational risk plans which cover remote workforces by April 9, 2020. Other states are requiring similar disclosure.
How will this affect your business? The panel, which includes representatives of the US-India Strategic Partnership Forum (USISPF), the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC), and Indian and US legal counsel who negotiate outsourcing deals, will address your questions during this remote webinar.
- Nelson Chaudhuri, Associate Director, Banking and Financial Services, USISPF
- Amanda Cody, Chief Information Security Officer, FS-ISAC
- Brian Hansen, Executive Director, Asia Pacific, FS-ISAC
- Prashant Mara, Partner, BTG Legal
- Teresa Walsh, Global Head of Intelligence, FS-ISAC
Space is limited to 200 registrants. If registration is full, a recording will be made available. To register, click here.
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