Data breaches are all too common in today’s digital age, and the cybersecurity threat for small businesses is very real. You may not hear about them in the news, but according the the Verizon Data Breach Report, 43% of data breaches involve small businesses. In addition, quickly emerging, inconsistent data privacy laws further complicate matters.
During this webinar Timothy M. Opsitnick, Executive Vice President and General Counsel at TCDI and Tina Hamrick, Owner of Boutique IT Solutions (BITS), will:
- Outline the cybersecurity threat landscape in 2020;
- Discuss what to do in the first 24 hours after a data breach;
- Discuss legal and regulatory obligations; and
- Provide proactive cybersecurity steps to protect your business.
For more information, please contact Katie Niemi at 216.664.1100 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet the Panelists
Timothy M. Opsitnick is Executive Vice President and General Counsel of Technology Concepts & Design, Inc. (“TCDI”). Tim is at the forefront of practitioners addressing issues involved in the security and discovery of electronically stored information. He has conducted numerous continuing legal education seminars regarding electronic discovery, cybersecurity, and other technology issues. In addition, he has served as a court appointed Special Master and as an expert witness. His clients include United States and international law firms and companies.
Tim was with the law firm of Jones Day from 1986 until 2000, where he was a member of the Litigation and Product Liability sections. His practice concentrated on the management of complex, multi district litigation. Tim founded JURINNOV Ltd. (“JURINNOV”) in 2000. JURINNOV was acquired by TCDI in 2016, expanding their services to include data privacy, cybersecurity, and computer forensics.
Tina Hamrick is the owner of BITS, a local MSP and outsourced IT company, and has been working in IT for the SMB market for two decades. Daily she helps local businesses understand the risks and liability they face with cyber-attacks by providing education to the business community and helps them plan for recovery in the event of an attack.