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Webinar: Be Compromise Ready: Go Back to the Basics

Events / Tuesday, May 9, 2017
Noon - 1 p.m. EDT

Cyber threats are here to stay. No company, large or small, is immune. But there are basic measures you can take to prepare for the legal and business risks associated with an attack.

BakerHostetler’s Privacy and Data Protection team members and Partners Theodore Kobus, Craig Hoffman, Lynn Sessions and Casie Collignon hosted a webinar to discuss the 2017 BakerHostetler Data Security Incident Response Report.

They shared lessons from their experiences helping executives identify risks, appraise response metrics and apply company-specific risk mitigation strategies. Also discussed, was the primary causes of data security incidents, industries affected and more about ransomware, a growing threat to data security.

For questions, contact Laura Shovlowsky at 303.764.4144.

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