- Semester: Spring 2024
- Course ID: 189T
- Credit Hours: 1
- Grading Method: Pass/Fail Not Allowed
- Short course: Mar 22 - Apr 06, 2024
- Cross-listed with other school
- Will use floating mean GPA if applicable
- Upperclass-only elective
|FRI||2:00 - 5:15 pm|
|SAT||8:30 - 11:30 am|
Class meets for four days: March 22, March 23, April 5, and April 6.
The past two years have highlighted the growing cyber threat to entities of all types: corporations, hospitals, government institutions and small businesses, to name a few. The day that attack comes is nothing short of a crisis, requiring all the right teams to assemble and navigate the obstacles such an attack may present. Cyber response was once thought as the province of the information security department, but it has grown to include leaders from key departments such as law, human resources, public relations, business teams, compliance, risk, and privacy. Additionally, vendors, such as a technical incident response firm and a crisis communications firm must be identified and engaged to help supplement existing resources. This is the time for legal counsel to shine, as the lawyer's role is central to many of the most critical workstreams. This practical skills course will provide an in-depth review of incident response and counsel's role. Students will partake in a tabletop exercise to kick off the course and identify the areas of incident response. Subsequent sessions will review each area through group discussions in a small-class setting. Guest speakers will include seasoned incident response experts from the FBI or Secret Service, crisis communications firms and regulators.
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Important Class Changes
|10/02/2023||Meeting times changed|