Unfortunately, in today’s world corporations and business are all too familiar with the continuous threat to their information technology systems due to malicious insiders, cyber threats and even human error. While operational technology helps to keep track of and manage assets and facilities it also put them at risk for attach. This white paper reviews why an incident response plan (IRP) is crucial and discusses important elements essential to exercising an IRP.
Partner in the Columbia, SC office of the law firm of Adams and Reese LLP
Practice emphasizes all aspects of privacy, information security, and information governance for financial institutions, health care providers, public utilities, and other businesses; he helps businesses protect, manage, and communicate information lawfully and effectively
Conducts regular seminars and workshops on numerous topics, including legal frameworks and compliance applicable to information security (HIPAA-HITECH, GLB, State Breach Notification Laws, GDPR), marketing and advertising (TCPA, CAN-SPAM, FTC Telemarketing Sales Rule), consumer privacy (FDCPA, FCRA, FACTA), information governance (including collection, retention, management, and destruction or records and documents), and social media
Has written several articles in the areas of privacy, data security and information governance
Holds the Information Privacy Professional (CIPP-US) designation from the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), and advises clients on the retention, collection, management, and production of electronically stored information (ESI)
J.D. degree, University of South Carolina; B.A. degree, Washington and Lee University