Rebecca Perry, Tanya Forsheit, Ryan Smyth

Organizations across the globe have experienced incidents and data breaches for the past 10 years. What has changed significantly during this time is the regulatory scrutiny, the public nature of breaches and the emerging private right of action supported by very strong privacy advocacy groups. Yet with all of these dangers, many organizations still treat data breaches as rare events, using ad-hoc processes, on-the-fly communication and cobbled-together toolsets. There is a better way.


What you’ll learn:

  • Real-life lessons of what happens to an organization once an incident occurs
  • Best practices for optimizing a compliant and defensible response plan
  • The crucial role general counsel must play in updating your breach response plan
  • How to maintain privilege and communicate with outside counsel during your response


Rebecca Perry, CIPP/US/G, Director of Strategic Partnerships, Exterro

Tanya Forsheit,  LA Office Supervising Partner & Privacy & Data Security Group Chair, Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz

Ryan Smyth, Managing Director, FTI Consulting

Rebecca Perry

Director of Strategic Partnerships

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Ryan Smyth

Managing Director
FTI Consulting

Tanya Forsheit

Senior Counsel
The New York Times