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The Cybersecurity Incident Response Plan 101: Terms of Art and Actions

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Produced on August 27, 2018

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Course Information

Time 61 minutes
Difficulty Beginner

Course Description

Nearly all cybersecurity rules and regulations require an incident response plan, which lays out how a firm will deal with a cybersecurity event. This course, led by attorney Lawrence Montle, will help a practitioner understand cybersecurity issues and pitfalls from a hands-on perspective.

This introductory course will begin with applicable language, terminology, and definitions, and will then explore the components of an incident response plan. Mr. Montle will walk viewers through the creation of an incident response plan, highlighting the Department of Financial Services Cybersecurity Regulation as an example.  

Learning Objectives:
  1. Address key language used by cybersecurity practitioners
  2. Define the essential elements of a cybersecurity incident response plan
  3. Identify stakeholders who are essential to the creation of the plan
  4. Determine whether an incident response plan fits an organization

Credit Information

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Lawrence Montle

New York State Insurance Fund

Lawrence Montle is currently the chief information security officer and privacy officer at the New York State Insurance Fund (NYSIF). He is responsible for the development and implementation of a comprehensive information security plan to improve and insure agency security levels. In this role, Mr. Montle oversees the recommendation and design of targeted strategies and initiatives to effectively assess risks, maintain the security of NYSIF’s proprietary data, and ensure its protection from unauthorized use. He also functions as a liaison to the Office of Cyber Security and Critical Infrastructure Coordination, administering security training for agency staff and ensuring NYSIF's compliance with statewide security policies, privacy standards and controls.

Prior to joining NYSIF, Mr. Montle served as internal audit director for the Department of Financial Services, where he oversaw audits conducted by the New York State Comptroller’s office and other external entities, and monitored compliance and adherence to policy review and internal controls. Among other achievements, he implemented a comprehensive internal audit internship program to train and mentor students.

Mr. Montle’s previous positions include serving as information technology director at the New York Liquidation Bureau and working at Verizon as an IT auditor, systems engineer, and network engineer for over a decade. He holds certifications in information privacy (CIPP/US), fraud examination (CFE), information systems auditing (CISA) and is licensed to practice law in N.Y. and D.C. Mr. Montle received his MBA in finance and management from Fordham University and his JD from New York Law School. He obtained his undergraduate degree from New York University.


Sean H.

Excellent; informative and engaging.

Antoine M.

Excellent Attorney-Presenter, with good moderator support

Shaun E.

presenter had IT and legal knowledge that was helpful

Richard G.

An effective primer on a complicated subject.

Michael O.

Great presentation and presenter. Good cadence and format for covering the issues. Made the information very accessible.

John E.

Good course

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