Your Breached Controls May Have Been Reasonable After All


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An influential team of litigators, regulators, judges, and information security experts have created a test for reasonable security that will inform how post-breach disputes are resolved for years to come. Learn from them how to use the new calculus so security planning, budgets, priorities, and exceptions, are all defendable when a breach happens.

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Bill Sampson

Partner, Shook, Hardy and Bacon

Chris Cronin

Principal, HALOCK Security Labs

David Cohen

Counsel, Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP

James Trilling

Attorney, Federal Trade Commission

Phyllis Lee

Senior Director Controls, Center for Internet Security

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