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(((E-PUB))) ☔ What Every CEO Should Know to Survive a Data Breach ↠ About the eBookEvery business keeps confidential or sensitive information Data breaches, in which confidential information is either stolen or leaked, are increasingly common It is impossible to completely prevent them no business is immune Data breaches can happen to BB or BC companies, and consist of leaks of personally identifiable information PII or simply sensitive, confidential, or proprietary data Under current laws in the United States, a data breach or spill of any magnitude involving PII triggers a range of legal obligations An organization may have statutory obligations to disclose a data breach to its customers, or even obligations to disclose to its business partners if their data has been compromisedWhen a data breach occurs, there is cascading series of decisions to make irrevocable decisions which must be made quickly and with imperfect information These decisions cannot be outsourced or delegated It is essential, therefore, for every CEO to have an understanding of his or her company s technology organization, where its data resides, and how his company moves information around the companyMoreover, it is critical that a CEO think ahead of time about the series of recurring decisions he or she must make when responding to data spills or breaches By training management to be aware of these issues so as to assist the CEO, understanding concepts such as security by design and privacy by design, and ensuring that the Company has a bevy of competent subject matter experts at its disposal, a CEO can ensure that, should a data breach emergency occur, his or her Company will be properly equipped to handle it About the Author Joseph V DeMarco, Partner, DeVore DeMarco LLPJoseph V DeMarco specializes in representing and counseling clients on complex issues involving information privacy and security, theft of intellectual property, computer intrusions, online fraud, employee malfeasance and crisis management Fromto , DeMarco was an Assistant United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, where he founded and headed the Computer Hacking and Intellectual Property CHIPs Program, dedicated to investigating and prosecuting violations of federal cybercrime laws and intellectual property offenses Under his leadership, CHIPs prosecutions grew from a trickle into a top priority of the United States Attorney s Office DeMarco has also served as a visiting trial attorney at the Department of Justice Computer Crimes and Intellectual Property Section in Washington, DC where he focused on technology related policy matters such as Internet privacy, international cyber investigations, e commerce, identity theft, and the electronic theft of intellectual propertySince , DeMarco has been an adjunct professor at Columbia Law School, where he teaches the Internet and Computer Crimes seminar Prior to joining the United States Attorney s Office, DeMarco was a litigation associate at Cravath, Swaine Moore, where he concentrated on antitrust, securities and intellectual property law for high technology clients DeMarco served as law clerk to the Honorable J Daniel Mahoney, United States Circuit Judge for the Second Circuit Court of Appeals