The FCBA Cybersecurity Committee and Texas Chapter, along with BakerHostetler LLP, will co-sponsor a CLE on Thursday, February 24 from 12:00 – 2:00 p.m. CT / 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. ET entitled Cybersecurity Tips and Tricks for the General Counsel. This program will be held virtually via the Zoom platform.
BakerHostetler has applied for 2.0 hours of MCLE credit in CA, NY, TX, and VA. Approval is pending.
(Note: This is Central Time)
12:00 – 12:05 p.m. Welcome and Introduction
Marc J. Krasney, Vice President and General Counsel, PS Lightwave, Inc.
12:05 – 12:50 p.m. Cyber Attacks Won’t Affect Us—Building the Case for Protection of Corporate Proprietary Data
As cyber attacks become increasingly sophisticated, frequent and far reaching, every company, large or small, will at some point be impacted (either directly or through one of their third-party vendors/providers). With data thefts compromising sensitive information, there is no denying third party attacks are a problem and need immediate action. While typically this issue falls within most company’s IT department, the general counsel’s office should also be aware of all network vulnerabilities and be sure that their company and its employees have all the resources and defenses available and in use. This panel will provide an overview of various cyber attacks to be concerned about, why the company’s leadership team needs to spend the time and money now to insulate their business and strengthen defenses before it’s too late as well as how to present the case to the company leadership team to ensure your company’s network is safe.
Elizabeth A. Rogers, CIPP/US, Partner, Michael Best
Vin Paladini, Senior Attorney—Product, Privacy & Security, ITRON, Inc.
Paul Kay, SVP, CISO, EchoStar Corporation
12:50 – 1:35 p.m. Insuring For a Cyber Attack—How to get coverage, how to trigger coverage when needed and how not to break the bank
A cybersecurity event is not only a concern affecting the daily business operations and the business bottom line but can also impact directors and officers as new regulations and shareholder and consumer lawsuits threaten the C-suite. This panel will provide insight into how to obtain a well-crafted cyber security insurance policy that meets your company needs, how to trigger coverage, and ensure contractual compliance if required by customers, vendors or other business needs. The panel will also address premium cost expectations as well as common gaps in cyber insurance as well as how to fill them.
Matt Diaz, Associate, Dinsmore & Shohl, LLP
Brian Gillin, SVP, Aon Cyber Solutions
Richik Sakar, Partner, Dinsmore & Shohl LLP
1:35 – 2:00 p.m. Top Tips and Tricks for Securing your Company
Don’t Panic! This panel is designed to provide you with the top tips and tricks needed to prepare for a cyber event as well as what to do once an attack has occurred. While some tips are complex and time consuming, many are not and can be implemented quickly and inexpensively to save your Company from the most common security flaws that bad actors like to exploit.
John Ansbach, J.D., CIPP—US, Vice President, Stroz Friedberg
COST: $135.00 for Private Sector Members; $50.00 for Government/Academic/Transitional/Retired Members; $95.00 for Non-Profit 501c3 Members; No charge for Law Student Members; $205.00 for Non-Members
Cancellations due no later than 24 hours prior to the program start time.