Dorsey Seminar on Cyber Intrusions and Data Security

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DATE and SCHEDULE
Thursday, June 26, 2014

8:00 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.
Breakfast and Registration

8:30 a.m. to Noon
Seminar


LOCATION

Dorsey & Whitney LLP
51 W. 52nd Street
9th Floor
New York, NY 10019

 

Complimentary.

Pre-registration is required.


CLE INFORMATION

Dorsey is an Accredited CLE Provider in California and New York, and this program will be CLE accredited in those states, including 1.0 Ethics credit. For any other state, Dorsey will not be applying for CLE credit, however, participants are welcome to apply for and/or claim credit according to their jurisdiction’s regulations. For further information on CLE matters, please contact Michelle Hubble.

 
 

Company Computers Under Attack: Big Dollars and Private Data Are Being Stolen Every Day: What Are You Doing About It?

This seminar will address innovative and proactive responses to potential cyber intrusions, including:

  • Advantages of using the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act to bring a civil action for a violation of the federal computer crime statute;
  • Relying on the Department of Justice to prosecute the Economic Espionage Act;
  • Proposed legislation pending in Congress to make theft of trade secrets a federal civil action;
  • Structuring corporate governance compliance to anticipate the variety of state breach notification requirements.

In addition to providing insightful legal context, we will provide practical tips on:

  • What to do before the hackers strike.
  • How to detect and investigate intrusions when they happen.
  • What to do when your data has been compromised or stolen.
  • How to prevent, detect and combat insider threats.
  • What legal tools can you use to stop hackers and thieves.
  • Do you contact law enforcement, and if so, when and how?

SPEAKERS

Mark J. Schildkraut, Senior Intellectual Property Counsel, Becton Dickinson

Edward M. Stroz, Executive Chairman, Stroz Friedberg, former FBI Special Agent responsible for the formation of the FBI Computer Crime Squad (Bio)

Nick Akerman, Partner, Dorsey & Whitney LLP (Bio)

Robert E. Cattanach, Partner, Dorsey & Whitney LLP
(Bio)

RJ Zayed, Partner, Dorsey & Whitney LLP (Bio)

 
 
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