Experian + O’Melveny Present: A Matter of Cybersecurity10월 19, 2022
When criminals infiltrate your organization, everything you do matters! Don’t let cybercriminals take you down!
O’Melveny partner Sid Mody, a former Federal prosecutor, and counsel John Dermody, a former Department of Homeland Security lawyer, will join Experian’s resident breach response expert, Michael Bruemmer, for a jam-packed webinar on the latest attack trends, must-know regulation guidance, a 2022 Experian prediction update, plus not-to-miss RaaS and AaaS red-hot topics.
Wednesday, October 19, 2022
11:00 am PT / 2:00 pm ET
You’ll leave the webinar with the latest on:
- Data Breach Trends: Why are breach notices from 2021 just now hitting inboxes, and are business email compromises trending up?
- 2022 Experian Data Breach Forecast Predictions: A mid-year update (what’s validated, what’s not, and what does the DOJ have to do with it?)
- Regulation Rundown: Hear how China, CISA, class actions suits, and Cyberdemic 2.0 are connected.
Learn more and register here.
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