The Canadian privacy arena will be significantly impacted by PIPEDA's new security breach notification regime, which will come into force on November 1, 2018.
Please join us for this timely workshop in our Toronto office on October 4th, 2018 from 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. to explore the practical implications of PIPEDA's new breach notification requirements.
Gain practical experience assessing the "real risk of significant harm" (RROSH) threshold and compare your responses with that of your peers. Various hypothetical security incidents will be presented to workshop participants, who will use electronic audience response technology to assess whether the hypothetical incidents constitute a RROSH. With a quick and easy login, you can turn your smartphone or ipad into a real-time anonymous polling device.
Watch a live simulation of a Breach incident Response Team hard at work following a security breach incident. Listen in on challenging discussions around "the boardroom table" as senior managers convene to consider and implement various elements of their organization's breach response plan, including:
Preparing an effective incident response protocol
Timing and content of breach notices
Interactions with Data Protection Regulators
Credit monitoring arrangements
Managing expectations and apportioning risk/liability among third party vendors
Reporting to law enforcement and other relevant organizations/institutions
Maintaining appropriate breach records
Then participate in a lively plenary discussion on how the organization's incident readiness and response protocol could be improved for next time based on lessons learned.
12:00 p.m. Lunch and Registration
12:30 p.m. Workshop
Additional program details
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Cost to attend: $350 + tax.
Please note: This session is open to chief privacy officers, compliance professionals, and in-house counsel. This workshop is eligible for a CPO Package credit for subscribers.
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