It Was Tricky Before COVID-19 - How Do You Build a Data Privacy and Security Resiliency Program Now?
Organizations remain under duress. Data privacy and security compliance requirements continue. New York’s SHIELD Act is live; California begins enforcing CCPA in two months. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s decision in Dittman remains. In addition, cyberattacks are on the rise, and for many companies remote workspaces have placed greater stress on data privacy and security, as well as on overall operations. However, there are efficient and cost-effective ways to build and amend data privacy and security programs, including employee training, third-party vendor management, and maintaining a remote workforce.
Key takeaways from this one hour webinar include:
- How can I ensure that my organization's internal control program is implemented and operating to properly mitigate our risks?
- How to build and implement a data privacy and security program in a cost-effective manner to market your company as a data-compliant organization.
- Learn how to protect your balance sheet from the increased cyber risk with a cyber liability policy.
- Having a policy provides you unique access to significant expertise provided by the carrier.
- Michael O. Kassak, Partner, White and Williams LLP
- Stan Lexow, CISA, Sarbey, Kelly & Kaufman LLC
- Kevin M. McPoyle, CIC, RPLU, President, KMRD Partners, Inc.
- Joshua A. Mooney, Partner, White and Williams LLP
- Scott Sarbey, CPA, Sarbey, Kelly & Kaufman LLC
To listen to a recording of the webinar, click here.