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Developing a Written Information Security Policy for You & Your Clients 2018

Product ID: CA2764D
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

Are you doing enough to protect sensitive data?

It seems almost every day another major company announces it has suffered a data breach. What's even worse is that 85% of breaches take weeks or more to discover. Even crazier? Nearly all of them could have been avoided. That's according to Verizon's 2018 Data Breach Investigations Report.

Now for some good news. A Written Information Security Policy (WISP) can help you plug damaging data leaks. Developing a Written Information Security Policy for You & Your Clients explains why every business needs a WISP and how to begin implementing one.

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Are you doing enough to protect sensitive data?

It seems almost every day another major company announces it has suffered a data breach. What's even worse is that 85% of breaches take weeks or more to discover. Even crazier? Nearly all of them could have been avoided. That's according to Verizon's 2018 Data Breach Investigations Report.

Now for some good news. A Written Information Security Policy (WISP) can help you plug damaging data leaks. Developing a Written Information Security Policy for You & Your Clients explains why every business needs a WISP and how to begin implementing one.

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Justin P. Webb is an associate in Godfrey & Kahn's Corporate and Data Privacy & Cybersecurity Practice Groups. His practice focuses on helping clients with legal issues involving the implementation, use, and abuse of technology, with a specific focus on cybersecurity and data privacy matters.

His work includes technology contracts and licensing, prevention and remediation of data breaches, cybersecurity due diligence in mergers and acquisitions, as well as reviewing information security policies and procedures.

Prior to practicing law, Mr. Webb worked as the information security officer at Marquette University, managing intrusion detection and prevention, data security, incident response, and penetration testing.

He was in charge of all aspects of the university's cybersecurity and coordinated with the Office of General Counsel on legal issues relating to information privacy.

Andrew J. Schlidt, III is a shareholder in Godfrey & Kahn’s Corporate Practice Group and Technology Practice Group. In addition to a general corporate practice, he has more than 20 years of experience advising clients in technology law matters, drawing upon his prior consulting work at Accenture and his master's degree in technology from Purdue University.

With increased technology regulation, Mr. Schlidt works closely with clients on IT compliance planning. Recent projects include enterprise data security/privacy plans, data breach response, cyber insurance review, software license audits, website audits, IP protection, and vendor dispute resolution.

He is a member of ITechLaw, the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals, the Association of Technology Acquisition Professionals, and the ABA Federal Communications Bar Association. He recently served on the Advisory Board of the University of Wisconsin E-Business Consortium and was a member of the Telecommunications Committee for the Wisconsin Public Utilities Institute.

  • Understand the importance of a written information security policy
  • Learn how to draft an information security policy and incident response plan
  • Know the best practices for policy implementation
  • Explore the necessary standards and levels to include in these policies
  • Lawyers advising business/corporate clients
  • In house & corporate counsel
  • Attorneys seeking advice on drafting written information security policies
  • Law firms/attorneys in charge of company IS
  • Practitioners in need of a refresher on information security compliance and standards
  • Law office managers
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