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2018 Luncheon Series: Data Breaches in the Workplace
March 15 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT
Data Breaches in the Workplace – How to Prepare and How to Respond
Event: $25/members; $35/non-members
This is the season for W-2 phishing scams and it is always the season for ransomware. This legal update will show Human Resources how to protect their organization by properly preparing the workforce for data privacy/security incidents and breaches. It is no longer “IF” an organization will be hit with some sort of data incident or breach – but “WHEN”. We will review employee training and recommended policies, including an incident response plan, that will make your WHEN more manageable. Over 70% of all data breaches involve human error. Human Resources can decrease this human error by educating the workforce. How are you preparing the humans in your organization?
Sherri Krause Bio::
Sherri is an attorney with the law firm of McDonald Hopkins in Bloomfield Hills. Sherri focuses her practice on employment law and data privacy and cybersecurity. Sherri has extensive experience advising employers on issues relating to litigation prevention, leaves of absence and disability management, wage and hour, noncompetition, employment discrimination, harassment and retaliation, employee discipline, hiring and termination, drug testing, and reductions in force. She advises clients to ensure compliance with state and federal laws, such as the FMLA, ADA, FLSA, ADEA, and civil rights laws. Sherri represents clients before state and federal administrative agencies, and in state and federal court. She conducts training for employees and management on workplace and compliance issues as well. Sherri also handles data breach response, including compliance with state and federal data breach notification laws, and compliance measures including policy development and workplace training for a wide range of employers.
Prior to joining McDonald Hopkins, Sherri served as corporate counsel to a U.S. based manufacturing and related long haul transportation company where she regularly advised internal clients on compliance with state and federal laws, including employment disputes and managing day to day HR/employment law issues. Sherri also managed employment litigation, administrative charges, workers compensation, EHS, and general liability litigation. Prior to working in house, Sherri practiced at a Detroit law firm in labor and employment counseling and litigation. Sherri earned a J.D., magna cum laude, from Michigan State University College of Law and a B.A. from Michigan State University’s James Madison College. Sherri is a Member of SHRM, LAHRA, and IAPP (International Association of Privacy Professionals).