Headlines of large scale data breaches have become commonplace over the past few years with major organizations like Anthem Health Insurance, AshleyMadison.com, Harvard University, BlueCross BlueShield, and the Army National Guard reporting major breaches in 2015. Why do such breaches keep occurring in a time where warnings about their impact proliferate? What is the legal framework that has arisen to respond to data breaches? Is this framework enough to avoid corporate negligence and protect individuals who entrust their records to a digital medium? Join our panelists as they explore the impact of recent, headline-grabbing data breaches and the ensuing class action litigations.
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PANEL PARTICIPANTS: Moderator Matthew Knouff is eDiscovery Counsel with CDS, an award-winning provider of global electronic discovery services. He consults on eDiscovery, information governance, data privacy, risk reduction strategies, and defensible deployment of technology during legal proceedings. He is a member of the Sedona Conference (WG1 and WG6), the EDRM, the New York State Bar Association, IAPP, and ARMA. Speakers Ariana Tadler, an elected member of Milberg LLP’s Executive Committee, specializes in securities fraud, consumer class actions, and complex litigation. She is widely recognized as one of the nation’s leading authorities on electronic discovery and chairs Milberg’s E-Discovery Practice Group. Ms. Tadler serves on the Board of Directors of the Sedona Conference and is chair emeritus of the steering committee of Working Group 1 on Electronic Document Retention and Production. Scott Larson (CISSP, CISM, CIPP, AME, CCSK, PCIP, formerly PCI QSA) provides expert services to minimize client risk and protect their assets. He is a former FBI Headquarters Chief of the Computer Investigations and Infrastructure Threat Assessment Program at the National Infrastructure Protection Center (NIPC), responsible for both criminal and national security computer intrusions spanning all critical infrastructure sectors.