The Guide to Cyber Investigations - Edition 1

The Guide to Cyber Investigations - Edition 1

Pages: 173

ISBN: 978-1-83862-223-7

  • £200.00

Data breaches and similar incidents pose a unique challenge – those targeted must both respond and investigate simultaneously. It is an art that is impossible without preparation.

Businesses wishing to prepare will find this volume, The Guide to Cyber Investigations, invaluable. It identifies every issue to consider when creating a response template and implementing it, giving both the law and plenty of practical and tactical advice.

Written by leading contributors, all with broad experience of serious data incidents, it is an indispensable desktop guide and a worthy companion to GIR’s larger volume on cross-border investigations, The Practitioner’s Guide to Global Investigations.


Introduction: Preventing, Mitigating and Responding to Data Breaches
Benjamin A Powell and Leah Schloss

Part I: A ‘Typical’ Cyber Investigation

  • The Cyber Threat Landscape
    Jason Smolanoff, Alan Brill and Andrew Beckett
  • Preparedness for a Cyber Incident: Developing an Incident Response Plan, Identifying the Team and Practising
    David C Lashway and John W Woods, Jr
  • The ‘Art’ of Investigating: Responding and Investigating at the Same Time and Overseeing a Privileged Forensic Investigation
    Benjamin A Powell, Leah Schloss and Jason C Chipman
  • Complying with Breach Notification Obligations in a Global Setting: A Legal Perspective
    Aaron P Simpson and Adam H Solomon
  • Insurance
    Richard DeNatale and Brian McDonald
  • Complying with Regulatory Requirements and SEC Guidance: A Practitioner’s Perspective for Working with Boards of Directors and Auditors
    Michael E Liftik and Kristin S Starr
  • Cyber and Data Privacy Due Diligence
    Megan Gordon, Daniel Silver, Benjamin Berringer and Brian Yin

Part II: Jurisdictional, Regional and Sectoral Nuances

  • US Litigation Considerations and Landscape
    Mark Szpak, Richard Batchelder, Jr, Lindsey Sullivan, Kevin Angle, Anne Conroy and Isha Ghodke
  • FTC Investigations and Multistate AG Investigations
    Benjamin A Powell, Reed Freeman, Jr and Maury Riggan
  • Cyber Trends and Investigations in the European Union: A Practitioner’s Perspective
    Rosemarie Paul and Edward Machin
  • Investigations in England and Wales: A Practitioner’s Perspective
    Michael Drury and Julian Hayes
  • Cyber Trends in China
    Yan Luo, Zhijing Yu, Ashden Fein and Moriah Daugherty

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