With the introduction of recent privacy regulations, the need to find a list of individuals affected in a data breach has become more frequent. In a world of when, not if, a data breach occurs, service providers must include a data mining process as part of their incident response offering. Data mining is required to help distinguish between a security incident and a data breach and, in the event of a data breach, to extract the affected individuals. Join our webinar for a conversation discussing which traditional discovery methods work, which don’t, and how to data mine with defensibility.
Oran Sears is the Co-Founder andChief Technology Officer of Canopy, a data breach solutions company. Oran has over 15 years' experience in eDiscovery andtechnology and is currently leading Canopy's AI product development. He has served in advisory, litigation support, and product strategy capacities formultipleeDiscovery technologyplatformsand served as a Consultant on Lockheed Martin's Mega 3 and Mega 4 programs. Oran is a Certified Cybersecurity Counter Intelligence Threat Analyst,Certified eDiscovery Specialistand a sought after speaker on eDiscovery and cybersecurity.
Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP
Ms. Coughlin focuses her international practice on cybersecurity, data protection, and privacy matters. Ms. Coughlin helps clients navigate the various state, federal and international laws that govern the protection of data, as well as advises clients on data breach preparation and cybersecurity risk management, including but not limited to conducting information security and privacy program assessments and developing and conducting tabletop exercises. Ms. Coughlin also counsels clients in investigating and responding to events compromising information and systems security, working closely with third-party forensic consulting experts and law enforcement to identify the nature and scope of a compromise. She is also well versed in managing any resulting regulatory inquiries that may follow the discovery of a data security incident.
The Crypsis Group
Director of Legal Services
Mary Mack, CEDS, CISSP
Mary Mack, Esq., CEDS, CISSP is the executive director of The Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS) and is known as an eDiscovery leader and pioneer. Mack authored the very first book on the field, A Process of Illumination: The Practical Guide to Electronic Discovery. Her follow-up book, eDiscovery for Corporate Counsel published by Thomson Reuters, co-edited with Carole Basri, is now in its eighth edition. Mack has pioneered processes, helped build the global eDiscovery community and written articles and posts that have helped build the industry. She is widely known for her technical expertise, and has served as product counsel and subject matter expert. She is an internationally recognized speaker and frequently sought after for her expert opinion on the complex issues facing our industry and the people in it. Mack was just recently honored with Relativity’s Stellar Woman in eDiscovery nomination and was included in a book as one of “100 Fascinating Females Fighting Cyber Crime” by Cyber Ventures.