From Ransomware to Cyber Discovery: History, Solutions, and AI Workflows

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Mike Sarlo, Mary Mack, John Brewer, John Wilson, and Jenny Hamilton

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In this presentation, experts in the areas of cybersecurity incident response, cyber discovery, and privacy will share how organizations can prepare, address, and respond to cyber-related incidents. From ransomware remediation to incident response, the presentation will highlight cutting-edge data discovery technologies and proven document review services to support the detection, identification, review, and notification processes required by law after sensitive data-related breaches and disclosure. Webcast Highlights + It’s Only A Matter of Time: Security Incident Statistics & The History of Ransomware + The First 48: Electronic Security Incident Detection & Classification + Effective IR Plan Design: Simplicity, Scalability & Beyond the Technical Details + Post-Breach Discovery: Workstream Overview, Use of AI & Impact Assessment Reporting + HaystackID ReviewRight Protect: Post-Breach Review & Extraction Workflow Speakers + Michael Sarlo: Michael is the Chief Innovation Officer and President of Global Investigation and Cyber Discovery Services for HaystackID. + Mary Mack: Mary is the CEO and Chief Legal Officer of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model. + John Brewer: As Chief Data Scientist, John serves as the Head of Advanced Technology Services for HaystackID. + John Wilson: As CISO and President of Forensics at HaystackID, John is a certified forensic examiner, licensed private investigator, and IT veteran with more than two decades of experience. + Jenny Hamilton: As the Deputy General Counsel for Global Discovery and Privacy at HaystackID, Jenny is the former head of John Deere’s Global Evidence Team.
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