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How To Prepare for Cybersecurity and Respond to a Data Breach
November 19, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Consilio, SecureIT360 and Polsinelli will take a deep dive into responding to a cyber-attack and data breach. Learn about what to expect when you arrive on the scene following a cyber incident, and best practices for what should happen next. Gain confidence and understanding around incident response management processes, ransomware, forensics and recovery, negotiating with bad actors, and informing appropriate authorities. The panel of experts will also share proactive recommendations to safeguard your organization and your clients from experiencing a cyber security incident—and examine the legal, financial, and reputational impacts of failing to prepare.
Maureen O’Neill, Senior Vice President, Strategic Engagement, Consilio
Working within Consilio’s Experience organization, Maureen engages with key clients to ensure a world-class client experience that incorporates the highest levels of quality, value, and responsiveness. She partners with the company’s service delivery and account management teams to deploy best practices that embed Consilio’s commitment to service excellence in every aspect of our work.
Drawing on more than 25 years of experience as an attorney and consultant, Maureen also works with Consilio’s clients to find practical, strategic solutions to a range of legal discovery, information governance, and data privacy problems. She leverages her expertise with complex litigation and ediscovery to develop effective, cost-efficient discovery strategies. She brings together litigants, outside counsel, and technologists to implement defensible protocols for TAR and other analytics tools. And she analyzes the risks posed by personal, private, and other sensitive information in legal matters, and crafts strategies to mitigate those risks.
James Jansen, Senior Director, Consilio
For over 12 years, James has provided eDiscovery project management and comprehensive document review solutions to clients across a wide variety of industries including the financial services, energy and risk management sectors. James assists corporate and law firm clients with strategic process development and technology implementation to meet eDiscovery needs, minimize risk and achieve maximum quality and cost efficiencies. Additionally, James spearheads Consilio’s Data Incident Response Review offering to clients impacted by cyber incidents. James also provides regional leadership and operational management to multiple discovery centers across the U.S.
James frequently leads CLEs and participates on panels covering various eDiscovery topics. James is also an adjunct professor at Wake Forest University School of Law where he teaches a course on eDiscovery to prepare law students for the evolving expectations and challenges facing new attorneys.
David Forrestall, Managing Partner, SecureIT360
Bruce Radke, Shareholder, Polsinelli