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Cyber Security + Privacy: Mastering emerging risks in your organization (December 1st)
In 2021, data breaches cost Canadian companies up to $7M in recovery, and the potential costs for litigation are significantly higher.

With most organizations adopting hybrid work models, where employees regularly work offsite, there is increased exposure to cyber attacks. Because a hybrid organization’s data is distributed across multiple users, platforms, and devices, breach response is often very complex.

Data forensics is now a critical element in legal counsel’s breach response strategy: to mitigate the impact on the organization, counsel needs to know exactly what data was accessed, whose data was accessed, and whether there is obligation to report.

In this informative panel discussion, experts in cyber security, eDiscovery forensics and privacy law will focus on the role of legal counsel in preparing for and responding to a cyber breach.

We’ll cover:

Best practices for data security & information governance

Defensible data collection and preservation

What to ask a vendor about data security

How IT and legal can effectively work together

Tips for building a comprehensive disaster response plan


Sean Lynch, Director of Client Strategy, Ricoh Canada

Ryan Berger, Partner, Lawson Lundell LLP

Prerna Pandey, Cloud & IT Infrastructure Portfolio Manager, Ricoh Canada

Natasha Anzik, Privacy Counsel, WealthSimple

Bradley Freedman, Partner, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP


Law Society of Ontario: This program contains 1 hour of Professionalism Content.

Law Society of BC: This program is accredited for 1 hour of CPD.


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