Emerging Issues in Cyber Security: A 2013 Update
As cyber attacks continue to evolve, security experts must keep themselves up to date to combat increasingly sophisticated threats to protect their firms and clients. In a two-hour LIVE webcast, a panel of distinguished professionals will address significant issues that will shape up cyber security in 2013 along with practical guidance. Our speakers will address the following key issues:
– Mobile Malware, Hacktivism, Crimeware and Hacking
– Issues Relating to Cyber Risk Insurance and Data Breach Coverage
– Regulatory Updates on Cyber Legislation
– Practical Guidance to Cyber Breach Risk Assessment and Effective Incident Response
– And so much more!
James S. DeGraw,Partner
Ropes & Gray LLP
Gerald J. Ferguson,Partner
Baker & Hostetler LLP
Daniel E. Frank,Partner
Sutherland Asbill & Brennan LLP
- Scope of the Data Security Problem
- Data Security Breaches Are a Pervasive Problem
- That Results in Real Costs
- Sources of Privacy Law
- Federal Privacy Law
- State Privacy Laws
- Industry Self-Regulation
- Foreign Law
- Contractual Obligations
- What is PII?
- What is NOT PII?
- Data Breach Issues
- State Breach Notification Laws
- Costs of Response
- Class Action: Theories of Harm
- Standing in Privacy Lawsuits
- LinkedIn Class Action
- Information Class Action: Standing
- Del Vecchio v. Amazon.com, Inc.
- The Coming Government Change.
- White House’s Proposed Framework
- FTC Proposed Framework
- FTC Guidance on Mobile Privacy Disclosures: Guidance for Platforms and Application Developers
- FTC Enforcement
- Other Security Deficiencies Alleged by FTC in its Enforcement Actions
- Recent FTC Enforcement Actions Against Electronic Hardware Manufacturers
- State Attorney General Enforcement
- US Agencies Focused on “Internet of Things”
- COPPA Data Security
- FDA Issues Draft Cybersecurity Guidance
- EU Enforcement and Legislation Efforts Continue Too
- Proposed Federal Legislation
- Cybersecurity Executive Order
- NIST Cybersecurity Framework
- Incentives to Adopt Framework
- Unresolved Matters
- Other Worries: SEC Pushing More Disclosure
- CF Disclosue Guidance: Topic No. 2
- Thoughts on Cybersecurity Disclosures
- Foundations of a Sound Compliance Effort
- Responding to Data Incidents: Best Practices
- Some Shocking Bar Prouncements for the Lawyers on the Phone
Who Should Attend:
- Chief Security Officers
- Risk and Compliance Managers
- IT Security Officers
- Technology Attorneys
- Security Operations
- Compliance, Risk and IT Officers
- Risk Officers and Administrators
- Privacy and Data Security Lawyers and Consultant
- IT Heads
Jim DeGraw is a corporate technology partner who works with clients to anticipate and handle the legal issues ever-changing technologies present. He regularly leads transactions for which technology or IP assets are key drivers, provides clients with strategic advice on protecting and maximizing their investments in technology, and advises clients on handling and securing the data their businesses collect and process. Jim brings to any representation his computer science background, his significant litigation experience, which includes handling complicated patent litigation matters, such as Affymetrix v. Incyte, Data General v. IBM, and State Street v. Signature, and his experience of having spent years working on cross-border technology matters while based in Asia.
Jim is a founding member and former Managing Partner of the firm’s first international office in Tokyo.
Jim DeGraw is a corporate technology partner who works with clients to anticipate and handle the legal issues ever-changing technologies …
Jerry Ferguson serves as the Coordinator for the Intellectual Property, Technology and Media Group in BakerHostetler’s New York office and as the National Co-Leader of BakerHostetler’s Privacy and Data Protection Team.
Mr. Ferguson has assisted clients in creating and implementing national and global privacy policies for more than a decade. He has extensive experience advising companies suffering data security breaches that may trigger obligations under state and federal breach notification laws. He is a regular contributor to BakerHostetler’s Data Privacy Monitor blog, available atwww.dataprivacymonitor.com.
Mr. Ferguson has protected his clients’ rights and business interests in more than 100 proceedings in state and federal court and national and international arbitrations. He regularly defends his clients and protects their business interests before state Attorneys General and the Federal Trade Commission.
Mr. Ferguson has authored numerous published articles, and he regularly lectures before legal industry and continuing legal education groups, such as the Practising Law Institute and the New York State Bar Association. Mr. Ferguson is Co-Chairman of the Intellectual Property Committee of the New York State Bar Association, International Section.
Jerry Ferguson serves as the Coordinator for the Intellectual Property, Technology and Media Group in BakerHostetler’s New York office and …
A member of Sutherland’s Energy & Environmental Practice Group and the Firm’s Global Privacy and Data Security Team, Dan Frank focuses on the energy industry. He represents energy trading companies, electric cooperatives and other electric utilities, generators, and end users before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and state public utility commissions. He assists his clients in North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) compliance matters, including counseling on compliance audits, developing procedures to comply with critical infrastructure protection (CIP) (cybersecurity), system protection and control, and other NERC Reliability Standards, and preparing compliance delegation agreements. He provides guidance on cybersecurity matters, counsels transmission owners and other market participants on transmission access, pricing and cost allocation issues, has drafted and negotiated power sales, interconnection and transmission service agreements, and advises clients in disputes over power transactions and transmission matters.
A member of Sutherland’s Energy & Environmental Practice Group and the Firm’s Global Privacy and Data Security Team, Dan Frank …
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