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Cybersecurity 2016: Managing Cybersecurity Incidents

Released on: Sep. 29, 2016
Running Time: 05:24:00

Cyber-attacks have wreaked havoc on organizations in nearly every industry sector.  C-suites and boards of directors alike rank this issue to be of the highest concern – and for good reason.  From the hospitality industry to financial services organizations to social networking sites, cyber criminals have made it clear that no entity is immune.  In today’s interconnected world, cybercrime targets go beyond those that maintain personal information; many entities have been targets due to the business proprietary information they hold.  Media reports of the staggering number of increasingly sophisticated cyber-attacks attest to an upward trend in cybercrime.

The multiple challenges posed by cybersecurity issues demand an interdisciplinary approach.  Please join us for a robust discussion of the future of cybersecurity with leading experts in the field including law enforcement authorities, Chief Information Security Officers, cybersecurity lawyers, forensic experts and scholars.

You will learn:

  • Understand today’s threat environment and cyber criminals
  • The lawyer’s role in identifying and investigating cybersecurity attacks
  • Proactive cyber readiness activities every company should undertake
  • Effective cyber governance structures and company policies
  • Legal and contractual obligations resulting from cybersecurity attacks
  • The Cybersecurity Act of 2015 and its ramifications
  • Cybersecurity regulation in the European Union


In-house counsel, privacy officers, information security professionals, general practitioners, technology lawyers and others who need a comprehensive update on the rapidly developing issues surrounding cybersecurity will benefit this program.

Lecture Topics [Total time 05:24:00]

Segments with an asterisk (*) are available only with the purchase of the entire program.


  • Opening Remarks and Introduction* [00:04:54]
    Lisa J. Sotto
  • Cyber Attack Simulation [01:17:41]
    Emily Stapf, Lisa J. Sotto
  • Cybersecurity: U.S. and Global Legal Landscape [00:58:19]
    Paul M. Tiao, Adam H.. Solomon
  • Cybersecurity Insurance and Negotiating Cyber-Related Contract Provisions [01:01:14]
    Andrew N. Cadel, Elissa Doroff
  • Cybersecurity: A Hacker’s Perspective [01:00:47]
    Jaswinder S. Hayre, Vincent Liu
  • Cybersecurity: CISOs and a Regulator Speak [01:01:02]
    Matthew F. Fitzsimmons, Jay Leek, Anthony Longo

The purchase price of this Web Program includes the following articles from the Course Handbook available online:


  • COMPLETE COURSE HANDBOOK
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation Public Service Announcements
    Paul H. Luehr
  • Global Economic Crime Survey 2016: US Results
    Emily Stapf
  • Getting the Deal Through: Data Protection & Privacy—United States
    Lisa J. Sotto
  • Operational Impacts of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (March 29, 2016)
    Emily Stapf, Jay Cline
  • Hunton & Williams LLP Privacy & Information Security Law Blog Update: Cybersecurity
    Lisa J. Sotto
  • SWIFT Action: Preventing the Next $100 Million Bank Robbery (June 2016)
    Emily Stapf
  • Surviving Contact with Reality: Crisis Exercises as a Key Element of Cyber Incident and Crisis Management Response
    Emily Stapf
  • If Information Is Available Online and No One Accesses It, Was It a ‘Publication’ for the Purpose of Insurance Coverage for Cybersecurity Loss?
    Sergio F. Oehninger, Syed A. Ahmad, Patrick M. McDermott, Lisa J. Sotto
  • How to Safeguard Privacy and Data Security in Corporate Transactions (February 22, 2016)
    Lisa J. Sotto, Ryan P. Logan
  • Building a Winning Security Team from the Top Down
    Vincent Liu
  • ISO 27018: The Long-Awaited Cloud Privacy Standard (May 20, 2015)
    Vincent Liu, Birgit Mullen
  • On Apple, Encryption, and Privacy (March 1, 2016)
    Vincent Liu, Joe DeMesy, Carl Livitt
  • The Power of ‘Agile’ Security at Dun & Bradstreet
    Vincent Liu
  • Achieving Excellence: Cybermetrics —What Directors Need to Know (September 2015)
    Emily Stapf
  • Information Sharing and Analysis Organizations: Putting Theory into Practice (April 2016)
    Emily Stapf
  • Turnaround and Transformation in Cybersecurity: Key Findings from The Global State of Information Security® Survey 2016
    Emily Stapf
  • Cybersecurity Regulations: Some Encouraging Signs for Industry (May 10, 2016)
    Emily Stapf, Christopher O’Hara

Presentation Material


  • The Cyber Threat Landscape
  • Hypothetical Data Breach
  • Cybersecurity: US and Global Legal Landscape
  • Cyber Insurance Overview
  • Cyber Insurance Overview
  • Negotiating Cyber-Related Contract Provisions
  • A Walk Down Vulnerability Lane: From A hacker’s perspective
Chairperson(s)
Lisa J. Sotto ~ Hunton & Williams LLP
Speaker(s)
Andrew N. Cadel ~ General Counsel, Technology, IP and Information Security, J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.
Elissa Doroff ~ Vice President, Underwriting and Product Manager for Technology and Cyber Liability, XL Catlin
Matthew F. Fitzsimmons ~ Assistant Attorney General, Department Head, Privacy and Data Security Department, Connecticut Office of the Attorney General
Jaswinder S. Hayre ~ Chief Information Security Officer, Dow Jones & Company
Richard T. Jacobs ~ Assistant Special Agent in-Charge, Cyber Branch, Federal Bureau of Investigation
Jay Leek ~ Chief Information Security Officer, The Blackstone Group L.P.
Vincent Liu ~ Partner, Bishop Fox
Anthony Longo ~ Vice President, Chief Information Security Officer, Hudson's Bay Company
Paul H. Luehr ~ Faegre Baker Daniels LLP
Adam H.. Solomon ~ Hunton & Williams LLP
Emily Stapf ~ Partner, Cybersecurity & Forensics, PwC
Paul M. Tiao ~ Hunton & Williams LLP
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New York State Social Worker Continuing Education (SW CPE):  PLI’s on-demand web programs are not approved for SW CPE credit.

 

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