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Incident Response and Planning is a Course

Incident Response and Planning

Time limit: 90 days
1.5 credits

$300 Enroll

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Course Title

Incident Response and Planning

Course Description

Approved for 1.5 continuing legal education credit hours in the states of California, Florida and New York.

This course provides an overview of requirements and best practices governing incident response and incident response planning that can help companies mitigate downstream enterprise risk. The course will explain the potential consequences of a significant cybersecurity incident, which effective incident response and incident response planning are designed to reduce. The course will examine the obligations a company has or may have when it discovers a potential incident, including an overview of potential notification obligations and considerations on whether to involve law enforcement. The course also will address the need to develop, in advance of an incident, an incident response plan and discuss legal criteria and best practices in developing a plan that facilitates effective incident response.

Learning Objectives

  • You will understand the major legal risks presented by significant cyberattacks.

  • You will understand the current legal requirements governing response to cybersecurity incidents.

  • You will understand incident response plan requirements and best practices in developing and implementing such plans that can help mitigate enterprise risk.


Course Contributors 

Lisa Ropple, Esq.

Instructor

Lisa Ropple, Esq.

Partner
Cybersecurity, Privacy & Data Protection Group, Jones Day

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Samir Jain

Instructor

Samir Jain

Partner
Cybersecurity, Privacy & Data Protection Group, Jones Day

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Diana Kelley

Subject Expert

Diana Kelley

Cybersecurity Field Chief Technology Officer
Microsoft

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Kevin J. Burns

Subject Expert

Kevin J. Burns

Chief Information Security Officer
Draper

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Amy Harman Burkart

Subject Expert

Amy Harman Burkart

Assistant U.S. Attorney and Chief, Cybercrime Unit
United States Attorney’s Office, District of Massachusetts

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