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For companies, responding to security breaches increasingly requires multiple kinds of expertise, from product and engineering to legal and communications. Companies that get their responses right increase their resilience and can strengthen trust with customers. Yet too often, incident response occurs in silos, with infosec teams, corporate counsel, and external relations out of sync on decisions ranging from attribution to risk communications.
Join our expert panel for a conversation that gets under the hood on breaches and how organizations respond to them, with a focus on how the “state of the art” for incident response is evolving, and what breach notification regulations on the horizon will mean for organizations.
Will Cooper graduated Berkeley Law in 2011. After practicing for several large law firms he is now a vice president of litigation and compliance at Fortinet, an S&P 500 cybersecurity company.
Roselene Gomes is an accomplished Cybersecurity, Fraud and Payments professional experienced in cyber risk management, payment fraud, product management, product marketing and new product development. Today, Rose serves as the Director of Cyber and Intelligence Solutions for Mastercard, where she identifies and delivers fraud, safety and security solutions to protect the integrity of the payment system as well as ensure the digital ecosystem and payments are convenient, seamless and secure across all stakeholders; financial institutions, retailers, processors, and consumers for Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific Islands. In her current role, Rose focuses on building customer trust and delivering solutions that addresses customer pain points that includes sharing market knowledge, the importance of having proper tools and ways to mitigate risk. Rose is completing her Master of Information and Cybersecurity here at UC Berkeley’s School of Information in May. Rose received her Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from The Catholic University of America.
Scott Lindlaw is a Managing Director in the Washington, DC office of Sard Verbinnen & Co. and co-head of the firm’s Cybersecurity and Data Privacy practice, which advises companies on responding to and preparing for data breaches and other cyber-incidents. He also assists clients with a broad range of media, crisis, and investor relations support, and for the last two years has been named on Business Insider’s “Top Public Relations Expert CEO’s Scramble to Hire in a Crisis.” Before joining SVC, he practiced cybersecurity and intellectual property law at the law firm Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP. In addition to his work on patent and copyright cases, several of which went to trial, he edited Orrick’s trade secrets blog and wrote extensively about data-breach litigation. Prior to his legal career, Scott was a reporter for The Associated Press for 16 years. He earned his J.D. and his master’s degree in journalism at the University of California, Berkeley and received a B.A. in English with a minor in public policy from the State University of New York at Buffalo.
Marci Rozen currently serves as Senior Legal Director in the Washington, D.C. office of ZwillGen PLLC, specializing in cybersecurity and privacy. Her cybersecurity practice includes both preparedness counseling and incident response, working with a diverse range of clients in managing and recovering from many different types of cybersecurity incidents, such as malware intrusions, state-sponsored hacking, extortion, and inadvertent information disclosures. She also advises clients on how to strategically respond to emerging privacy and security legislation, such as the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
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