PROGRAM OVERVIEW Cybersecurity threats are now one of the top risks businesses face. Legal’s role in cybersecurity is rapidly expanding due to the litigation and the tidal wave of cybersecurity regulations sweeping across the United States, Europe and other parts of the globe. The earlier the legal team gets involved in their organization’s cybersecurity planning and strategy, the better the outcome will be when there is an incident.
This session will discuss practical and defensible processes in-house counsel can use to address three of the most likely and overlooked cybersecurity risks. Issues to be discussed include:
Legal obligations and regulators’ expectations
Where employee actions and policy disconnects leave you vulnerable
Defensible third-party diligence to uncover your greatest risks
Reducing your data footprint (once and for all) to minimize cyber risks and meet new regulatory obligations
AGENDA 11:30 am – Noon Registration, Lunch & Networking Noon – 1:00 pm Program and Q&A
Marcel C. Duhamel, Partner Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP
Bruce Martino, Assoc. Legal Counsel GOJO Industries
Rebecca Perry, CIPP/US/G, Director of Professional Services Jordan Lawrence
State: Ohio; UCA forms will be available at the CLE
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