FREE Webinar: Cybersecurity: What Every In-House Counsel Needs to Know (and Outside Counsel Should Tell Them)

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Cybersecurity: What Every In-House Counsel Needs to Know (and Outside Counsel Should Tell Them
Sheila Slocum Hollis
Elizabeth S. Dillon

Ken Mortensen

Michael J. Cahalane

Cyber security is an issue that permeates every aspect of our lives from politics to finance to social media. It is a subject that is particularly important for businesses all sizes to understand and proactively address. In-house counsel can longer assume that cyber security and data privacy are being handled by the information technology department. It is imperative that company lawyers be not just proficient in cyber security, but also prepared to advise the corporation, including its executives and directors, on related issues, such as identification of data assets, breach prevention, investigation, and incident response. A panel of experts will address what in-house counsel need to know about cyber security and what they should be doing to protect the company from data beaches and related liability.

Sheila Slocum Hollis
is chair of the Duane Morris, LLP Washington, D.C. office, and was the office's founding managing partner, as well as the founding leader of the firm's Energy, Environment and Resources Group. She served on the firm's Executive Committee and Partners Board for over a decade. Ms. Hollis practices energy policy, transactional and regulatory law worldwide. For 20 years, she was an adjunct professor at George Washington University Law School and co-authored energy law texts. Over the course of her career, she has played a key role in the formation and implementation of energy law and policy. She has been the recipient of multiple honors and awards and most recently was named one of Washington, D.C.'s Top 100 Lawyers.

Elizabeth S. Dillon is an associate attorney at Cetrulo LLP in Boston, Massachusetts. Her practice is focused on employment advice and counseling, as well as employment, business, real estate and probate litigation. Elizabeth also provides corporate clients with advice and guidance relating to cyber security issues, including, without limitation, advice and guidance concerning cyber security best practices, avoidance of cyber incidents and breaches, and compliance with cyber security laws and regulations.

Ken Mortensen is the Data Protection Officer for InterSystems in Cambridge, MA and, as attorney and engineer, is a privacy and security professional with over 20 yrs of legal and over 30 yrs of IT experience. He has had numerous chief privacy/security roles including in the Bush Administration as Associate Deputy AG for Privacy and Civil Liberties at DOJ supporting foreign intelligence activities. He joined DHS early in its existence, becoming its first Deputy CPO. He had his own law firm, was special counsel to the PA AG for cyber, taught at Villanova Law, and began as an EE. He served on the board of IAPP. Ken is the privacy expert to TSA’s Aviation Security Advisory Committee. He maintains CIPP/US, CIPP/G, and CIPM; PA, NJ, SCOTUS bars

Michael J. Cahalane is a partner in Cetrulo LLP’s Boston office. Licensed to practice in Massachusetts, Maine and New Hampshire, Mr. Cahalane regularly appears in state and federal courts in New England handling complex litigation matters. His clients include both Fortune 500 companies and small family-run businesses in a wide variety of industrial and commercial sectors including chemicals, pharmaceuticals, energy, aviation and aerospace, building materials, industrial equipment and piping, automotive, and retail. He also counsels corporate clients regarding the protection of sensitive and proprietary data.

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1.0 CLE Credit may be available. We will contact you regarding CLE immediately following the webinar.

The Federal Bar Association is in the process of applying to be a distance learning provider for Pennsylvania. Currently, these webinars are not approved in Indiana, Kansas, Ohio, and Pennsylvania for CLE credit.
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January 24, 2018
01:00 PM - 02:00 PM

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