Date: Tuesday, August 2, 2022
Time: 2:00 pm ET | 11:00am PT
Cybersecurity and data privacy are becoming increasingly regulated in the financial services industry, and, as a result, regulatory activity is prevalent. It’s vital for risk and compliance teams to develop strategies that mitigate cybersecurity risk and help to avoid cybercrimes while maintaining compliance.
This discussion will provide critical insights on regulatory and enforcement activity, commonly overlooked areas that put companies at risk of noncompliance, how to develop a mature compliance framework, and more.
Join this webcast to discover how to evade cybercrime while maintaining compliance. You will learn about:
Annmarie Giblin | Cyber and Privacy Law Attorney, Data Privacy and Security Partner| Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP
Annmarie Giblin concentrates her practice on the legal issues surrounding cyber, privacy, and insurance. She provides proactive cyber legal defense, third-party vendor legal risk management, cyber incident response, and emerging technologies, such as Artificial Intelligence. Annmarie also advises clients on best practices and compliance with privacy and cyber laws and regulations, and related contract issues, including drafting unique contract language to address emerging and novel legal issues.
Annmarie also advises on coverage for exposures arising out of emerging technology, digital, and compliance risks. She counsels insurers on cyber insurance product development, policy wordings, and silent cyber issues.
Prior to joining Hinshaw, Annmarie was the principal of Giblin Law PLLC. She advised clients on cyber and privacy law, related consultant work, and all types of general litigation. While attending law school at night and working full-time, Annmarie served on the Junior Bar of the Moot Court Honor Society.
Elizabeth K. “Bess” Hinson | Data Strategy, Security & Privacy Partner | Holland & Knight LLP
Elizabeth K. “Bess” Hinson, partner at Holland & Knight, makes planning for privacy and cybersecurity risks her top priority. Her primary areas of concentration include cyber and data risk management and governance, breach preparedness and response, crisis management, and global data privacy compliance.
Bess represents clients at all stages of incident response from investigation, notification, remediation, managing privacy class action risks, and defense of litigation and regulatory inquiry. She regularly counsels clients on cross-border data flows and navigating conflicts between foreign privacy laws and U.S. compliance obligations. She oversees and coordinates EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance assessment and implementation programs for clients. She has experience in privacy matters, including information governance and data management, online advertising, internal compliance policies, and consumer policies, including website and mobile application policies, vendor management, blockchain, and advising on privacy and security-related compliance strategies and programs.
Can’t attend? You should still register! We will send out an on-demand recording after the webcast so you can participate when it’s convenient for you.