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Following a data breach, organizational responses often include investigating the scope of the breach; setting up legal and compliance initiatives, including notifications to victims; and establishing identity theft protection, credit monitoring services, and loyalty programs to retain customers. However, legal and IT-centric responses to significant data breaches often overlook vital response components. A company's employees, reputation, brand, and the ability to operate and be trusted are core assets that must be addressed. An effective data breach incident response plan should include the needs and concerns of key stakeholders.
About the speakers:
Richard Wright has over thirty years security experience. He has a Bachelors degree in Management Studies from UMUC. He authored the acclaimed and definitive
Kidnap for Ransom, Resolving the Unthinkable and has been principal consultant in the successful resolution of numerous related incidents. He has designed integrated security systems for diverse clients, developed CM/BC programs for numerous clients and has spoken extensively in both English and Spanish at multiple international forums. He currently chairs the ASIS International Crisis Management and Business Continuity Council and directs VDI's global operations as well as managing security in Latin America and the Caribbean for one of the largest multilateral lending institutions in the Western Hemisphere.
Bruce T. Blythe
Crisis Management Expert
Bruce Blythe is an internationally acclaimed crisis management expert and chairman of Crisis Management International (Atlanta-based since 1988), which provides crisis preparation (including preparedness for crisis of all sorts, business continuity, emergency response, disaster recovery, and workplace violence. He is author of
Blindsided: A Manager's Guide to Crisis Leadership (2014). Mr. Blythe is a former U.S. Marine Corps Military Police, consultant to the FBI, a clinical psychologist, and he speaks annually at 50 conferences worldwide. He responded to the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, the OKC bombing, 9/11, and has expertise managing crises such as air crashes, kidnap and ransom incidents, and natural disasters.
Vice President of Organizational Resilience
Hart Brown is the Vice President of Organizational Resilience for HUB International. He has 20 years of experience in the public and the private sectors regarding crisis management, security and global risk management. Hart provided services in 50 countries, to special events such as the World Cup and for one of the largest bankruptcies in U.S. history. Hart is the Vice Chair the ASIS Crisis Management & Business Continuity Council and is a member of the Chief Security Officer Roundtable, Overseas Security Advisory Council, Domestic Security Advisory Council, FBI-Infragard and the DHS Fusion Center. He has a BS in Radiological Health Engineering, a MS in Safety Engineering and is board certified in organizational resilience, business continuity, and loss prevention.
Enterprise Director of Business Continuity
Time Warner Cable
Rachelle Loyear is the Enterprise Director of Business Continuity Management at Time Warner Cable. She is a certified MBCP with DRII, MBCI with The BCI, PMP with PMI and member of ASIS CMBC council, ACP, CPE, WICT, and ISACA. With a diverse background in Security, BCM, Project Management, and Information Technology, she approaches business continuity and disaster recovery with a broad methodology that melds many recovery aspects into a cohesive whole.