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Is “Reasonable Security” Achievable in the Corporation?

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Is “Reasonable Security” Achievable in the Corporation?
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The term "Reasonable Security" is appearing in news headlines and inside court rooms. Regulators are increasingly conducting examinations of breached corporations to determine if preventative “Reasonable Security” measures are being deployed across the enterprise. Class action litigation representatives are also questioning, if a lack of "Reasonable Security” contributed to breaches in their complaints. Hear how “Reasonable Security” can be achieved across the pillars of people, process, and technology--including the implementation and management of proactive "Reasonable Security" measures. And explore how to evaluate and measure if “Reasonable Security” is in place, and how to identify gaps that may exist in a cybersecurity program.

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  • Total Credit Hours:
  • 0.75
  • Credit Info
  • TX, CA
  • Specialization: Administrative Law | Civil Appellate Law | Civil Trial Law | Criminal Law
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 8/31/2021

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1. Is Reasonable Security Achievable in the Corporation? (Aug 2020)

Art Ehuan, Robyn K. Bacon, LeeAnne Pelzer, Stefan Richards

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Is Reasonable Security Achievable in the Corporation? (Aug 2020)

The term "Reasonable Security" is appearing in news headlines and inside court rooms. Regulators are increasingly conducting examinations of breached corporations to determine if preventative “Reasonable Security” measures are being deployed across the enterprise. Class action litigation representatives are also questioning, if a lack of "Reasonable Security” contributed to breaches in their complaints. Hear how “Reasonable Security” can be achieved across the pillars of people, process, and technology--including the implementation and management of proactive "Reasonable Security" measures. And explore how to evaluate and measure if “Reasonable Security” is in place, and how to identify gaps that may exist in a cybersecurity program.

Originally presented at: Jul 2020 Essential Cybersecurity Law

Art Ehuan, Crypsis - McLean, VA
Robyn K. Bacon, Munger, Tolles & Olson LLP - Los Angeles, CA
LeeAnne Pelzer, Crypsis - McLean, VA
Stefan Richards, CorVel - Portland, OR

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