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A simulated data breach practical exercise tying together the lessons learned and the rules covered during the preliminary teaching segment of the Institute.

Data breaches are unfortunately a new normal for all organizations and government contractors are not immune. Whether it’s an employee careless with data or a hostile third party, it’s not a question of if your organization will suffer a data breach but rather when. Government contractors have unique regulatory and practical considerations when examining the data breach landscape. Through hypothetical case exercises, this course will cover:
  • Basics of regulatory requirements surrounding duties to protect information relating to government contracts;
  • Review and adjusting internal controls to assess compliance with various government contracting data protection and cybersecurity requirements; 
  • Developing a comprehensive breach plan that addresses government contracting requirements including notification; and
  • Litigation considerations surrounding a breach.  
Course will include panel discussions, Q&A sessions, brief lectures with slides, and case studies. 
Dates and Locations
November 6, 2017
NeoSystems Corp.
Tysons Corner, VA
$900
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8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
La Jolla/ Hilton Head
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

How to Prepare for and Respond to a Data Breach:

The Relevance Check Applying the rules and Best Practices Before, During and After A Breach

 

PROGRAM SCHEDULE: 1 Day

The Battlefield
Review of relevant federal cybersecurity requirements

Introduction to federal and state laws surrounding data breaches

Discussion of government contracting data incidents

 The Calm Before the Storm

Pre-Breach Preparation

Surviving the Storm (During the Breach)

 Policies & Procedures

Identifying what policies and procedures your organization needs

Policies for identifying unique requirements in solicitations

Updating policies and procedures to address unique government contracts issues including mandatory reporting

Technical Considerations
Assess internal and external threats

Assess the network and understand how information is handled

Perform a vulnerability analysis

Have a plan for continuity of operations

Cyber Insurance

Understanding coverage

Understanding exclusions

Evaluating whether it’s right for your organization

 Written Incident Response Plans

Identifying the response team

Preserving evidence

Complying with federal and state notice requirements

Complying with government contracts notice requirements

Putting together an effective communication strategy

After the Storm (Post-Breach)

Litigation

State attorney generals

Class actions

Suspension/debarment

Insurance

Other stakeholders 

Forthcoming
Christian Henel
Chris Henel advises and assists government contractors regarding a wide array of issues including front-end compliance questions and reviews, proposal preparation, bid protests, claims, disputes, and appeals. He works with contractors across several industries, including construction, infrastructure, aerospace and defense, health care, and information technology.


Chris’ regulatory compliance experience includes advising government contractors on how to comply with various contractual obligations, federal laws, regulations, policies, and standards that govern their relationship with Federal, state and local governments. He counsels clients on ethics, small business issues, socioeconomic regulations, and labor and employment matters as the affect government contractors. He has substantial experience in the area of cybersecurity and cyber-compliance issues, helping government contractors develop compliant security plans for various applications on networks and in the cloud.

Gunjan Talati

Gunjan Talati is an experienced government contracts practitioner that regularly represents contractors in a variety of sectors including aerospace and defense, health care, and technology. Gunjan’s practice is a mix of regulatory compliance, transactional, and litigation.

Gunjan’s regulatory compliance experience includes advising government contractors on complying with various Federal Acquisition Regulations, navigating small business and socioeconomic regulations and matters, addressing GSA and Federal Supply Schedule issues, and meeting ethics and compliance requirements. Gunjan also has significant experience in helping contractors navigate federal cybersecurity regulations and requirements.

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NeoSystems Corp.
1861 International Drive
Suite 200
Tysons Corner, VA 22102
5712344940
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