Cybersecurity awareness has evolved from a narrow technical issue that fell within the responsibilities of the IT department to a top-level issue that is a primary concern for in-house counsel, management and the boardroom. In this webinar, you’ll learn about cybersecurity compliance and risk management, including how to manage specific cybersecurity issues. Among other things, you’ll learn answers to the following questions:
- What types of cybersecurity risks are we aware of today?
- How is responsibility for cybersecurity addressed in organizations?
- What laws directly concern cybersecurity?
- What is the scope of possible liability for a data breach?
- How can I mitigate the potential for a data breach?
- How does insurance factor into data breach events?
- What should I do in the event of a data breach?
- How can I mitigate my organization’s exposure to a data breach?
- What cybersecurity best practices can I implement?
Foley Hoag LLP
Chris Hart is an Associate with Foley Hoag LLP. Chris is an experienced litigator whose practice spans both domestic civil commercial business litigation in federal and state court and international litigation and arbitration. Chris has also handled criminal matters in federal and state court, and has wide-ranging experience with both trial and appellate level litigation. Chris has expertise in data privacy and cybersecurity issues, and has advised Fortune 500 companies on such topics. He is a frequent speaker on cybersecurity issues, especially on those relating to data breaches.
Foley Hoag LLP
Peter Sullivan is a partner at Foley Hoag LLP. Mr. Sullivan’s primary area of practice is in intellectual property and complex commercial litigation and arbitration. Mr. Sullivan regularly advises clients on video compression technology, medical devices, pharmaceuticals, gas turbine engines, electrical switchgear, RFID tracking technology, email communication systems, GPS systems, military simulator technology, agricultural products, and consumer products. Mr. Sullivan is a graduate of New York University and Brooklyn Law School.
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