On Wednesday, February 9 from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m., join Eric Lavallée, Partner and Trademark Agent, and Selena Lu, Partner, both at Lavery Lawyers, for an expert webinar on what to do before, during and after a cyber incident.
Now more than ever, companies of all sizes and in every field must pay particular attention to the issue of cybersecurity.
Telework, cloud-based data storage, intelligent diagnostic tool development and process automation, in combination with increasingly sophisticated computer attacks, make all corporations vulnerable to a potential cyber incident.
No company is safe from a cyber incident that could cause a data leak. Such a situation can adversely affect not only a corporation’s reputation with the public, but also the management and continuity of its day-to-day business.
How to protect oneself and what to do in case of a cyber incident?
There are several best practices that you can implement right away to protect against a cyber incident. In addition, legislative and regulatory requirements for public and private sector companies that hold personal data and information are also being enhanced, as evidenced, in particular, by the National Assembly of Québec’s very recent adoption of Bill 64 in the wake of high-profile security incidents.
In this context, it is essential to have a solid action plan that will let you react adequately to a cyber incident.
In this webinar, you will learn about:
- The impact of cyber incidents in a few figures
- Management, communication and response plans before, during and after a cyber incident
- Policies and procedures to adopt
- Technology governance – role and responsibility of the Board of Directors
- Legal disclosure obligations after a cyber incident
You will have time to ask the speakers your questions at the end of the webinar.
* Please note this activity will take place on Zoom. After you register, you will receive a confirmation email with a login link for the event.