Speaking Engagement, Webinar

Vendors, GLBA, and Insurance - Oh My! The Changing Landscape of Cybersecurity Regulation in Higher Education

Co-presented with GreyCastle Security


April 24, 2019
2:00 pm EST

HSE Privacy and Data Security Chair F. Paul Greene, CIPP/US will be joining an upcoming webinar, hosted by GreyCastle Security, titled, "Vendors, GLBA, and Insurance - Oh My! The Changing Landscape of Cybersecurity Regulation in Higher Education."

Webinar Overview:

New year, new threats, this time in the form of a changing regulatory landscape when it comes to cybersecurity. Under the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, many institutions are scrambling to get their policies, procedures, and practices in compliance before they receive an adverse audit finding.

With the rapid expansion of student/applicant CRMs, a new attack surface is subject to exploit: student, applicant, and alumni data maintained on SaaS platforms. And when it comes to risk transfer via insurance, coverage is changing and your policy may not cover exactly what you think it covers.

Join F. Paul Greene, Partner at Harter Secrest & Emery, and Dan Didier, Vice President of Services at GreyCastle Security, for this timely update to get real-world insight into these three crucial issues as you look forward to the rest of 2019 and plan for 2020.

This unique joint forum, encompassing both security and legal insight, will provide you with a full picture of your risks, as well as potential risk mitigation strategies, in relation to these evolving threats.

In this webinar, attendees will learn how to:

  • Navigate the changing regulatory landscape of GLBA.
  • Proactively prepare for information security audits.
  • Manage and mitigate risk within the higher education environment.

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