On May 29, 2020 in the midst of a class action suit against Capital One, the defendant was ordered to produce the cybersecurity incident response report at the heart of their 2018 cyber breach that exposed over 100 million confidential financial records. This ruling created a tectonic shift in the way companies position their legal representatives to protect potentially damning information from discovery during the legal process.
Join eSentire’s Mark Sangster and legal experts Justin Daniels, of Peachtree Living Labs, and Kelly Geary, of EPIC, as they dive below the headlines to examine the determining factors in the Capital One ruling and how companies approach cybersecurity and legal best practices.
Mark Sangster, Vice President and Industry Security Strategist, eSentire
Justin Daniels, Business & Legal Advisor, Peachtree Living Labs
Kelly Geary, National Practice Leader - Executive Risk & Cyber/Professional Services Claims & Coverage Leader, EPIC Insurance Brokers and Consultants