Half Day Program

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Why You Should Attend 

Cyberattacks against the financial services industry and third-party entities that support the financial services sector have soared over the past few years, and the legal, regulatory, and business costs associated with such events have continued to surge. As cyber threats continue to evolve and regulations are rapidly increasing in the financial services sector, the need to manage these risks effectively has become increasingly important to boards and management of financial services firms. This program will review recent developments in cybersecurity regulation, governance, and compliance, trends in private litigation and regulatory enforcement actions, and practical considerations for incident response planning and assessment. 

What You Will Learn 

After completing this program, participants will be able to: 

  • Incorporate recent regulatory developments in cybersecurity for financial services firms into compliance and risk management frameworks
  • Advise internal and external stakeholders on legal developments involving data breaches and governmental investigations of cybersecurity regulatory infractions
  • Understand current litigation and regulatory enforcement trends
  • Further develop incident response programs and better implement mitigation measures
  • Identify critical steps in the incident response process
  • Enhance governance frameworks for the implementation of best practices for cybersecurity programs, policies, and procedures

Who Should Attend 

This program is designed for attorneys, board members, compliance officers, information security officers, risk managers, and other professionals who oversee and implement federal and state cybersecurity regulations related to the financial services industries, or who are called upon to address incident response, litigation, or regulatory enforcement actions involving data breaches. 

Program Level: Overview  

Prerequisites: An interest in cybersecurity regulation, information security, compliance, and risk management related to the financial services industry. 

Advanced Preparation: None 

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