Free Webinar: Data Privacy: Legal Risks, Mitigation, and Response for Municipalities

July 22—1-2 p.m.

Registration is now closed for the live presentation of this webinar.

How are cities vulnerable to data breach, and what can your city do protect against data security threats?

With high-profile data breaches in the news recently most people think data breaches refer solely to stolen credit and debit card information. However, the biggest threat to cities comes in a different form: when information your city maintains is compromised. Such data breaches can lead to costly legal and financial repercussions.

Our presenters will take you through the basics of what data breach means to the necessary steps a city must take if a breach occurs—and everything in between.

Join us for this free webinar hosted by the law firm McDonald Hopkins and get answers to questions commonly asked by cities.

Participate in this live webinar to:

  • Know how to define and identify Personally Identifiable Information (PII), Protected Health Information (PHI), and PII destruction/disposal laws and practices
  • Learn the primary types of data breaches and cyber claims
  • Understand the costs of non-compliance
  • Find out about contractual negotiations with municipalities’ vendors

Presenters:

  • James J. Giszczak, Chair, Data Privacy and Cybersecurity, McDonald Hopkins
  • Dominic A. Paluzzi, Attorney, Data Privacy and Cybersecurity, McDonald Hopkins

Fee: Free

Date/Time: July 22, 1-2 p.m.