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With Lydia Parnes (Partner, Wilson Sonsini), Beth George (Counsel, Wilson Sonsini).
Tuesday, February 13, 2018 at 06:30 PM    Cost: Not Known
Venue, 303 Spring St
 
     
 
 
              

              

 
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From Equifax to Uber, high-profile data breaches of personal information continue to make headlines. But data breaches are not the only data privacy & security concerns for companies. This summer, a spate of ransomware attacks disabled or destroyed companies' computer systems & resulted in millions of dollars in damage. Meanwhile, privacy regulators have been clamping down on issues involving connected devices & the FTC has increasingly been studying the economics of privacy. In the CLE, Lydia Parnes & Beth George will talk about recent privacy & security regulatory actions, the FTC's ongoing privacy initiatives & workshops, the most common causes of data breaches, the roles of GCs & Boards of Directors in cybersecurity management, & steps that every company should take to protect themselves. Come with any burning questions you have, whether it's about the latest FTC settlements, how economics is playing a role in analyzing privacy issues, what a SQL injection is, what Bad Rabbit does, whether your company should pay ransomware demands, or why that bug bounty program may not be the best idea.

Lydia Parnes - Lydia Parnes is a partner in the Washington, D.C., office of Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, where she is chair of the firm's privacy & data protection practice. She regularly represents companies in complex regulatory investigations & provides advice on complying with domestic & global privacy & data protection laws.

Beth George - Beth George is Of Counsel in the San Francisco office of Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, where her practice focuses on the representation of companies in complex cybersecurity & data security matters, including providing advice on legal challenges faced by companies when preparing for & responding to cybersecurity breaches.

Tech:NYC - Represents the city's fast-growing, entrepreneurial high-tech industry with government, civic institutions, in business & public policy forums, & the media. Its primary goal is to continue to attract tech talent & jobs to NYC, to support the growth of the technology sector, & to increase civic engagement by leaders of the New York tech community. Tech:NYC mobilizes the expertise & resources of the tech sector to work with city & state government on programs & policies that ensure New York's pre-eminence in the global innovation economy.
 
 
 
 
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