LEI Webinar: Cyber Vigilance for Corporate Counsel Trademarks, Privacy & New Paradigms for Lawyers

Event Details

Jun 28, 2017

12:00PM-1:00PM EDT

Remote

Complimentary

There was once a time when cybersecurity risks were far removed from the day-to-day work of in-house lawyers. Today, however, the risks and liabilities faced by companies and organizations due to possible hacks, cyber attacks or data breaches are myriad and significant. This summer, the Thomson Reuters Legal Executive Institute is pleased to present a four part webinar series designed specifically to enable corporate counsel to more effectively prepare for and respond to cybersecurity threats. Committed to delivering practical solutions to real world challenges, our webinar will examine the evolving role of in-house counsel in not only responding to legal liabilities stemming from cyber attacks, but also developing policies, procedures and safeguards to minimize any future incidents.

Online registration now available!

Why You Should Attend

  • Cyber theft is the fastest growing crime committed in the United States
  • In 2016, companies spent over $80 billion USD on cybersecurity services & products to protect their property
  • Despite investing heavily in preventative products and policies, corporate legal departments (along with law firms) remain top priorities for bad actors on a global scale
  • Our webcast delivers cutting edge, interactive advice to combat the ever-changing face of risk

    Who Should Attend

  • General Counsel, Corporate Counsel & law firm attorneys specializing in privacy, data protection, information, security, consumer finance, regulatory compliance, E-commerce & technology
  • Chief Information Security Officers
  • Chief Information Officers
  • Chief Privacy Officers
  • Chief Compliance Officers
  • Event Details

    Wednesday, Jun 28

    12:00 PM ET
    Cyber Vigilance for Corproate Counsel: Trademarks, Privacy & New Paradigms for Lawyers

    There was once a time when cybersecurity risks were far removed from the day-to-day work of in-house lawyers. Today, however, the risks and liabilities faced by companies and organizations due to possible hacks, cyber attacks or data breaches are myriad and significant. During this session, our expert faculty will examine the evolving role of counsel in not only responding to legal liabilities stemming from cyber attacks, but also developing policies, procedures and safeguards to minimize or prevent any future incidents.

    Highlights include:

    • The evolving role of corporate counsel with regard to cyber threats and cyber vulnerabilities
    • Collaboration and education on cyber risks and legal liabilities to counsel
    • Trademarks and privacy
    • Utilizing outside counsel — a worthwhile investment or not?
    • Conducting effective cybersecurity audits
    • Risk assessment and corporate liability

    Moderator:
    Maranda E. Fritz, Partner, Thompson Hine LLP

    Speakers:
    Ray Thomas, Jr., Counsel & Subject Matter Expert (Data Privacy & Security), IBM
    Jose Truzman, Senior Director, Legal Affairs, Intercept Pharmaceuticals

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