With unprecedented online activity, concerns surrounding identity theft and credit monitoring are escalating.
As a legal or business professional whose work involves the protection of information or legal risk management in financial services, how confident are you that you are prepared to identify and mitigate escalating legal risks?
Often misunderstood, credit monitoring, identity theft protection and proactive fraud monitoring tools are critical to mitigating legal, regulatory, operational, financial, and reputational risk in the event of a data breach. However, too often organizations wait until they are in crisis to have a strategy to use these tools to limit liability and other risks from a data breach.
Join this new and crucial, one-hour OsgoodePD legal briefing webinar to understand what judges and regulators say about these tools. Obtain get practical knowledge and strategies to help you understand how to build credit monitoring, identity theft protection and proactive fraud monitoring tools into your cybersecurity incident response plan impacting data, including personal information and confidential data, in your organization.
You will hear directly from legal and industry experts on the most pressing legal, regulatory, operational, reputational, and other risks – current and emerging – and you will get practical guidance and industry updates on how to identify and mitigate the risks for your organization.
Registration includes 120-day unlimited, online access to the recorded program.
What You’ll learn
What do courts say about credit monitoring and identity theft protection? When can it help you and when can it hurt you?
What do Privacy Commissioners say about the need for credit monitoring and identity theft protection?
How do credit monitoring and identity theft protection services operate? What about Dark Web monitoring?
What is the legislative context? How might Quebec’s Bill 53 change the landscape to add new tools and rights?
What types of legal and reputational risks can these services help you mitigate? What types of risks won’t they address? How do you handle exposed Social Insurance Numbers?
How do you handle international differences in these services? Avoid the traps for the unwary.
How to build a credit monitoring and identity theft and restoration program appropriate to your organization? What should its governance look like?
What are key considerations to keep in mind when integrating these tools into your cybersecurity incident response plan?
Practicalities, peculiarities, and pitfalls of credit monitoring, identity theft protection, identity restoration, and other tools you need to understand when handling a breach.
Who Should Attend
Credit analysts, supervisors, managers, advisors, directors, officers
Privacy or risk officers and professionals
Compliance professionals working with financial institutions
Lawyers who advise or work in-house with financial institutions
Professionals in financial services working with technology, innovation, and new product design
Professionals with an interest in cybersecurity, data breaches, and privacy
Government and regulatory representatives
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