Recent news coverage shows that no organization is free from cyber risks and serious data breaches. Corporate counsel across a variety of industries should be aware of those risks and the serious threats they pose. Each industry and company presents its own unique situation when it comes to evaluating and managing cybersecurity risks and data breaches and the preventive solutions it adopts must fit its particular needs. This panel will offer an overview of trends and best practices across the field. Panelists will discuss emerging issues ranging from the security implications of new technologies, including the “Internet of Things,” to boardroom involvement in managing potential cyber risk and liability. The panel will also discuss new tools and services available to companies to identify, manage, and adopt and best practices to mitigate cyber threats and the legal exposure associated with them.
- Current and future cyber risks and liabilities
- The National Institute of Standards and Technology’s ("NIST") Cybersecurity Framework’s impact
- Emerging technologies and industries with implications for the cyber realm, such as connected vehicles and the Internet of Things
- Tools and services available to corporate counsel to mitigate and manage cyber and data breach risks
Jamie Barnett, Partner, Venable LLP, Rear Admiral USN (Retired)
Chan Lieu, Senior Legislative Advisor, Venable LLP
Steven Chabinsky, Senior Vice President of Legal Affairs, General Counsel, and Chief Risk Officer, CrowdStrike