DynCorp International’s Chris Kellogg, director of information security and IT compliance, was a featured panelist at the Cyber Crime and Other Economic Crimes Conference, held March 5, 2013 at the Belo Mansion in Dallas, Texas.
Kellogg participated in a discussion titled, “Incident Response Strategies: Dealing with Multiple Legal Issues and Remedies for Company, Employees, Customers, and Consumers.” He and other panelists discussed topics such as:
- Security and breach notification rules and policies
- Developing a response plan
- Deciding who to hire, how to choose internal team
- Preserving attorney – client privilege
- Bring your own device “BYOD” policies
- Social media policies and procedures
- Defending Against Attacks
- Defensive strategies in multiple jurisdictions
- Working with the government: U.S. Attorney’s Office, FBI
The conference agenda focused on cyber security and cyber crime, and educating business leaders about how to prevent and prepare for cyber-related incidents. More than 100 business leaders were in attendance to include chief information security officers, chief executive officers and audit professionals.
Panelists included technology specialists working in outside counsel, chief counsel, FBI agents and attorneys.