The number of data breaches is soaring every year. We hear the headlines for the big corporations – like Google, Facebook and Quora – that are affected. But it impacts organizations of all sizes. In fact, the majority of data breaches hit smaller organizations.
Even worse news: The average cost of a data breach is $3.86 million.
Learn about your cyber risk and what to do if your organization is affected, including:
- Definition and types of cyber threats
- How to respond to a data breach
- Requirements for reporting data breaches
- How to use eDiscovery methods and technologies to quantify the issue and notify affected individuals
- Data breach discovery workflow
In this webinar, you’ll learn how to use data breach discovery in an efficient, cost-effective and complete manner, so you can regain control of your data and notify those whose personally identifiable information (PII) may have been compromised.
Ryan is a senior litigation and disputes advisory professional with 25 years of data-focused litigation and investigation experience. He has assisted clients and their counsel by providing electronic discovery, computer forensics, forensic accounting, data analytics and strategic consulting services. Ryan has designed and implemented multiple data breach discovery projects as a component of cyber incident response investigations, and he has worked with clients in many industries, including financial services, education, manufacturing, health care, insurance, energy, technology, communications and entertainment, as well as with the federal and local government.
R. Christopher Dix, Esq., CPA, CEDS
Smith Hulsey & Busey
Chris is a technology-focused attorney and CPA with experience litigating business disputes, healthcare regulatory matters, bankruptcy and sports corruption arbitrations. He also advises clients regarding eDiscovery, cybersecurity, data breaches (including HIPAA security and privacy issues), social media and other forms of electronic evidence. Involved with the Florida Bar, the Jacksonville Bar Association and the American Bar Association, Chris also earned the CEDS (Certified eDiscovery Specialist) designation from the Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists, and he is a co-founder and former president of the organization’s local chapter, ACEDS Jacksonville. Additionally, he has been recognized as a Florida Super Lawyer Rising Star.
Mark MacDonald, CEDS
Senior Vice President of Business Development
Mark oversees BIA’s business development. With over a decade of experience in the eDiscovery industry, he has extensive knowledge in all areas of data management, including data preservation strategies, computer forensics investigations, advanced data analysis, managed attorney review and building tailored eDiscovery solutions for law firms and corporate legal departments. In addition to leading BIA’s business development, Mark also manages client contract negotiations and is responsible for high-level account management for BIA’s clientele. He is a Certified eDiscovery Specialist (CEDS).