Nearly every company is at cyber risk. The headlines confirm the reality: cyber attacks are on the rise with unprecedented frequency, sophistication and scale.
Topics include the following:
• Managing Advanced, Persistent Threats and Attacks on Company Information, Technology, Data and Infrastructure
• Understanding Legal and Regulatory Risk
• Government Regulations and Legislation
• Litigation Risks and Case Developments
• SEC Disclosure of Cybersecurity Risks
• Insurance Coverage for Cyber Risks
Roberta Anderson - Insurance Coverage Partner, K&L Gates
Ms. Anderson is a partner in the firm's Pittsburgh office with over fifteen years of experience in complex commercial litigation and alternative dispute resolution. A member of the firm’s global Insurance Coverage and Cyber Law and Cybersecurity practice groups, Ms. Anderson concentrates her practice in the areas of insurance coverage litigation and counseling and emerging cybersecurity and data privacy-related issues. She has represented policyholders in connection with a broad spectrum of insurance issues and disputes arising under almost every kind of insurance coverage, including general liability, commercial property, business interruption, data privacy and “cyber”-liability, directors and officers (D&O), errors and omissions (E&O), technology E&O, professional liability, employment practices liability (EPL), political risk, environmental, fidelity, fiduciary, crime, terrorism, residual value, nuclear and other insurance coverages, and in broker liability disputes. Ms. Anderson provides strategic advice on ways to maximize the value of clients’ current and historic insurance assets.
Scott Angelo - Chief Information Officer, K&L Gates
Scott Angelo is the firm’s global chief information officer responsible for strategic technology planning and direction, architecture, operations and business resilience, and cyber security. With over 26 years of experience in a variety of industries, Scott previously served as corporate vice president and chief information officer for Diebold, Incorporated where he formerly served as vice president and chief security officer.. Scott held other senior technology management positions with Ernst & Young LLP, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Special Programs Office and McDonnell Douglas Corporation. He served as a military intelligence officer in the U.S. Army Reserve from 1986 through 2001.
David Bateman - Internet & Technology Law Partner, K&L Gates
David Bateman is a trial lawyer and focuses on the cutting edge of Internet law, technology law, and intellectual property litigation. With 20 years of experience in technology and intellectual property law, David represents clients in high profile litigation matters, and provides counseling to technology clients in business deals and lobbying efforts. David consults with clients regarding all types of cyberlaw issues, including online brand protection, digital rights management, privacy, electronic communications, and Internet commerce. A nationally recognized leader in Internet, e–commerce, and software litigation, he has been lead counsel in hundreds of lawsuits against spammers, software pirates, phishers, cybersquatters and other Internet malefactors. He is a frequent speaker on the protection of computer systems, trade secrets and intellectual property, and has designed programs for protection of trade secrets and technology.
Lunch and parking will be provided.
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