Data Privacy and Cybersecurity Challenges Are (Again) Keeping Lawyers Up at Night. How to Get Some Much-Needed Sleep



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One of the most prominent challenges facing global businesses today surrounds the deluge of massive data growth and the risk it presents to companies. This risk comes in several major forms, including the legal/regulatory exposure from investigations and litigation, ongoing cybersecurity vulnerabilities and data privacy concerns.

While data privacy and cybersecurity concerns have never gone away, recent geopolitical events, the implementation of remote and hybrid work, the increase in ransomware attacks and the complexities around new and emerging regulations, have recently forced both of these concerns to the front of the agenda for in-house counsel and law firm attorneys across the globe.

Join this webcast led by Heather Nevitt, Editor-in-Chief of Corporate Counsel, to explore what legal professionals need to understand about recent developments and how to mitigate the risk. Heather and her panel of experts will offer insights into:

  • New state data privacy laws on the horizon. How they compare to the GDPR, CCPA
  • Mitigating cybersecurity and data privacy risks in the new flexible work environment
  • How to protect your company and its employees from data breaches and their consequences (including the challenge around change management)
  • How to comply with U.S. federal and state breach notification laws


Heather Nevitt | Editor-in-Chief | Corporate Counsel

Peter Vogel | Of Counsel | Foley & Lardner LLP

Frank Spadafino | Chief Information Officer | Blank Rome

John Harris | Enterprise Work Collaboration Specialist | Citrix

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