Taft attorney Scot Ganow will serve as a presenter for the June 21 program, "Preparation for and Breaches in Cyber Security for All Sized Units," at the Indiana Municipal Lawyers Association (IMLA)'s Municipal Law Seminar XXXVI in Carmel, Ind. Additional information can be found here.
Ganow will discuss information security risks, challenges cities and municipalities face and how such entities should prepare to manage the inevitable security incident or breach.
IMLA was formed in 1983 to collect and disseminate information on matters of concern to attorneys practicing in the field of municipal law, promote the continuing education of attorneys on issues affecting municipal law and provide forums for attorneys practicing municipal law to meet and exchange ideas and professional experience.
Ganow is co-chair of the firm’s Privacy and Data Security Practice. As a former chief privacy officer and leveraging more than ten years of management and compliance experience in Fortune 500 companies, he brings a diverse business background to his privacy and data security practice. Ganow has represented clients in a variety of sectors and assists clients in all areas of the data life cycle. He regularly counsels clients on policy development, implementation, assessment and training as well as identifying, and managing privacy and security risks. Additionally, his practice focuses on third-party management, audits and data breach and incident response management and counseling.