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The spread of COVD-19 has, among other disruptions, prompted a mass migration of the global workforce from office environments to the home. With that migration comes a number of challenges resulting from the risks associated with a corporation’s greatly expanded cyber “attack surface.” While many of these risks can be reduced, they must first be understood -- both from a legal and technical perspective. Only then can they be prioritized and intelligently addressed. Joseph V. DeMarco of DeVore & DeMarco LLP, whose legal practice is devoted to the law of data privacy and security and cybercrime prevention and response, and who previously prosecuted cybercrime as an Assistant United States Attorney in the Southern District of New York and Austin P. Berglas, Global Head of Professional Services at BlueVoyant, who previously served as the head of the Cyber Branch of the FBI in New York, will address:
- What are the most common and the most overlooked cyber-risks associated with working remotely?
- What are the key legal issues resulting from these cyber-risks?
- What are the policies -- and the practical steps -- that an organization can adopt and implement to reduce these risks?
- How to plan now for the return to the office environment?
- Insurance -- am I covered?
Program Level: Update
Intended Audience: Legal, accounting and compliance professionals responsible for advising clients regarding cybersecurity, insurance and employment matters
Advanced Preparation: None