Spreading the word about cyber regulatory risk

So far 2018 has been a whirlwind of cyber regulatory activity, from the commencement of GDPR to new state-law data breach requirements to the New York State Department of Financial Services first compliance self-certification deadline. The complexity of the cyber legal landscape is only increasing, and in an effort to keep our clients ahead of the regulatory curve, the HSE Privacy and Data Security team has been on the road, spreading the word about cyber regulatory risk.

You can find out more about the team’s recent and upcoming engagements by clicking on the links below.

HSE Labor and Employment Institute - Top 10 Legal Pitfalls to Avoid in Relation to a Data Breach - Rochester, NY

April 26, 2018

John G. Horn and Daniel J. Altieri presented on the top 10 legal pitfalls to avoid in relation to a data breach, distilling lessons learned from numerous incident response scenarios. Their focus included preservation of the attorney-client privilege, avoiding regulatory myopia, and the hyper-complexity of cyber regulation in relation to breach response. event website

Advisen Cyber Risk Insights Conference - Chicago, IL

May 22, 2018

F. Paul Greene was featured in a panel on regulatory developments in the U.S. and Canada, focusing on the most active state jurisdictions, including New York. This panel followed on a highly successful panel that Paul participated in for the Advisen Cyber Risk Conference in San Francisco in February 2018. 

New York State Cybersecurity Conference - Albany, NY

June 7, 2018

F. Paul Greene joins with Mike Semel, of Semel Consulting, to present “How to Overcome the Complexities of Cybersecurity Compliance.” Paul will focus on the changing regulatory backdrop in relation to cyber compliance and how best to plan for and implement incident response. event website

The Age of Digital Transformation - Pittsburgh, PA

June 12, 2018

F. Paul Greene will share his thoughts and experience at the Duquesne Club concerning “Strategies for Post-Breach Compliance.” His focus will be on recognizing the regulatory framework(s) that apply to your organization and balancing potentially conflicting regulatory requirements. Paul will join members of the Catalyst Group, and special guest Dr. Larry Ponemon from the Ponemon Institute, for this informative set of presentations. 

Registration for this event, which will be simulcast live, is still open. event website

NetDiligence Cyber Risk Summit - Philadelphia, PA

June 13, 2018

F. Paul Greene is chairing a panel on the New York State Department of Financial Services cybersecurity regulations, 23 N.Y.C.R.R. Part 500. This sold-out event brings together participants from the insurance, risk management, legal, and information security fields for two and a half days of lively discussion and analysis. Joining Paul on his panel and lending their expert analysis in the field are:

  • Adam Cottini, Arthur J. Gallagher
  • Reg Harnish, GreyCastle Security
  • Scott Morris, BlueCross BlueShield of Western New York.

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