Cybersecurity, Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies - Where Law and Technology Intersect



McMillan LLP

181 Bay Street, Brookfield Place

Toronto, ON 

M5J 2T3



McMillan LLP and the Association of Corporate Counsel - Ontario Chapter invite you to join us for an engaging discussion on the legal implications of technology, including laws governing cybersecurity, blockchain and cryptocurrencies, held at the McMillan offices deep in the heart of Toronto's financial district. This is your chance to learn about how this can affect your practice!

The topics to be discussed during this seminar are as follows:

  • Select Canadian Legal Perspectives on Blockchain Technology and ICO's
  • Blockchain Technology and its Legal Implications for Privacy, Data Security and Data Processing
  • The Evolving Landscape of Cybersecurity Law in Canada: New Breach Notification Obligations and Guidance from the Regulators
  • Tips for Incident Response and the Benefits of Tabletop Excersizes


This program will qualify for up to 1.5 hours of Substantive CPD Credit.

This event is open and free of charge to in-house counsel but you must RSVP to attend. Please RSVP for this event by no later than Friday, September 28, 2018. Space is limited and no walk-ins will be permitted.

ACC Ontario reserves the right to review all registrations for eligibility. In-house counsel must be ACC members or meet ACC membership eligibility. Please click here for further details.

Questions? Please email us.


This event's featured speaker lineup discussing each of those respective topics listed above will consist of:


(Click on each person to view their detailed bio).



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