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The Latest in Cyberinsecurity: Before and After the Breach

Recorded on: Nov. 20, 2017
Running Time: 01:00:12

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Taken from the Web Program Hot Topics for In-House Counsel 2017 recorded November 2017 in New York.

The Latest in Cyberinsecurity: Before and After the Breach [01:00:12]

  • Cyberattacks are in the news constantly and cybersecurity has become a constant component of corporate concern.  This panel of experts will provide the latest in legal developments as well as practical advice to in-house counsel. 
  • Dealing with the Government:  Federal agencies are both friends and foes.  We review the latest on how to deal with agencies before, during and after a breach, including general and sector-specific regulators, and we consider the possible impact of the upcoming Supreme Court review of the 6th Circuit’s decision in United States v. Carpenter.
  • Planning for consequence management, including non-cyber mitigation.
  • Litigation after the Breach:  What is the latest on the private litigation landscape?  Is standing still an issue after Spokeo?  Are your directors at risk?
  • Privacy issues after a Breach:  What is the role of the Chief Privacy Officer in cybersecurity?  What privacy related steps should a company take after a breach?
  • What is on the horizon?  The prospects for further federal legislation or regulation effecting cybersecurity and privacy.  The rise of state regulation.

Moderator: Caroline Krass
Speakers: Erika Brown Lee, Randal S. Milch, Suzanne Spaulding
(IAPP Privacy credit for Privacy Professionals)

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  • Dealing with the Government, Litigation after the Breach, What is on the Horizon?, and General Resources
    Caroline Krass
Erika Brown Lee ~ Senior Vice President and Assistant General Counsel, Privacy and Data Protection, Mastercard
Caroline Krass Levy ~ Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP
Randal S. Milch ~ Distinguished Fellow, NYU Center for Cybersecurity and NYU Law School Center on Law and Security
Suzanne E Spaulding ~ Former Under Secretary for Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Protection, Department of Homeland Security
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