Data breaches are unfortunately becoming common events for financial services organizations.
Southlake, TX (PRWEB) September 25, 2012
Data breaches are unfortunately becoming common events for financial services organizations, while the laws regulating data breach events are frequently confusing and complex. Robert J. Scott, Managing Partner, Scott & Scott, LLP, a Texas-based law firm with a privacy and security practice area, will discuss key regulatory requirements and strategies financial services companies should understand when complying with GLBA, FTC, and other data breach regulations in a presentation at SecureWorld Dallas 2012 on October 10.
Financial services was one of the top industry groups represented by percent of breaches in 2011 according to Verizon’s 2012 Data Breach Investigation Report. “I will address security breach laws affecting the financial services industry, state breach notification laws, and recommend preparation strategies,” said Scott.
SecureWorld Expo is a 2-Day Regional Conference formed to promote the ideals of fostering communication between security professionals and technology leaders, to discuss best practices and to bind that body of thought in a public/private partnership with government. Security in the 21st Century will be a driving principle for business and government and SecureWorld Expo will drive that discussion.
To register for the conference: https://rsvp.thesegurogroup.com/event/2012-dallas-secureworld-expo.
About Robert J. Scott
Robert J. Scott is a recognized industry expert in legal strategies, education, and awareness pertaining to Information technology law. As the managing partner of Scott & Scott, LLP, Robert skillfully represents clients on issues where technology, media and the law intersect.
About Scott & Scott
Scott & Scott is an intellectual property and technology law firm dedicated to helping senior executives assess and reduce the legal, financial, and regulatory risks associated with information technology issues. An innovative approach to legal services, Scott & Scott believes that collaboration between legal and technology professionals is necessary to solve and defend against the complex problems our clients face, including privacy and network security, IT asset management, software license compliance, and IT transactions.