Kim Verska presents on Legal Issues of a Data Breach to Internal Audit Professionals

2015-01-08--KVerska-DataBreOn January 8, 2016, Culhane Meadows partner and CIO Kim Verska participated on a panel called “Perspectives on Managing Securities Breaches” before 150 executives from the internal audit industry.  The panel was part of a daylong program on data security for the Atlanta Chapter of the Institute for Internal Auditors (IIA).   Also on the panel were Trent Reeve, a security consultant with Bridge2Solutions, and Ralph Pasquariello, a cyber-liability and security breach insurance specialist with Snelling Walters Insurance.  The panel was moderated by Ian Burnett, Director of Internal Audit at accounting firm RSM US, LLP, a sponsor of the event.  Ms. Verska, who chairs the Data Privacy & Security practice at Culhane Meadows, provided the audience with a short summary of her general recommendations and observations from a legal perspective in this area. The highlights of her presentation can be downloaded HERE.

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