The Ohio Data Protection Act provides a legal Safe Harbor for covered entities that implement a qualifying cybersecurity program. Covered entities that implement such a plan are entitled to an affirmative defense that helps protect them from tort liability in the event of a data breach.
We’ll explore the specific requirements of DPA implementation, and provide a hands-on overview of a compliance framework by reviewing the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity, V 1.1.
1.75 Attorney Professional Conduct Hours
|Handouts (1.17 MB)||9 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Joseph W. Shinaver Jr., Esq. Joe is a graduate of the University of Toledo College of Law and the University of Toledo College of Business and Innovation. While in law school, Joe worked as a clerk at Toledo Municipal Court, and was a two-term President of the UT Chapter of the Christian Legal Society. Joe was also employed by the UT College of Law as a web developer. Prior to law school Joe worked in the technology field in both government and private enterprise performing many jobs ranging from programming to small systems support and networking. He uses that knowledge in his practice to create efficient and effective solutions for clients. He also has 11 years of military service. Joe is licensed to practice law in the State of Ohio, and is a member of the Toledo Bar Association, the Ohio State Bar Association, the American Bar Association, the Ohio
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