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Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Anatomy of a Data Breach: Proactively Establishing a Plan to Navigate the Complexities and Mitigate Potential Liabilities of Cyber Attacks

2012 is the "Year of the Breach." Worldwide, data theft has surpassed physical property theft in frequency and loss of assets, making data security a vital component of the basic operations of every business. Being prepared for a data breach can prove crucial to a company's operations, its reputation, and even its survival. Almost every week, we hear press reports of financial institutions hit with yet another data breach. Companies dealing with a data breach often face a dizzying array of practical and legal issues, including investigating and halting the impact of the breach, interfacing with law enforcement authorities, complying with federal, state, and EU victim notification requirements, and defending any subsequent civil litigation.

Using real world examples from recent cases, Anatomy of a Data Breach will walk you through the proactive steps companies can take in anticipation of a breach to avoid complex challenges and protracted, costly litigation, and how to successfully handle litigation if it should ensue.


Aisha Christian, Associate General Counsel, Russell Reynolds Associates

Marcus Asner, Arnold & Porter LLP, New York

Ken Chernof, Arnold & Porter LLP, Washington, DC

Moderated by:

Susan Shin, Arnold & Porter LLP, New York


Tuesday, September 18, 2012


8:30 a.m. EDT — Breakfast and Registration
9:00 – 10:00 a.m. EDT — Panel Presentation


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