Cybersecurity is more than just an IT issue for an organization – it is an enterprise risk issue. An in-house lawyer’s role in cybersecurity awareness and defense should begin long before an actual breach. This creates an opportunity for legal and security teams to work together to mitigate an organization’s cybersecurity risk.
In this complimentary, one-hour Corporate Counsel webcast, attendees will learn:
- What constitutes a “cybersecurity risk” and how to lower your company’s risk profile.
- Tactics for working seamlessly with security teams to enhance an organization’s security.
- A cyber risk management approach that can set an organization and legal department on the path to success.
- How to manage cyber risk tactics and tools.
|Kimberly Kiefer Peretti|
Alston & Bird LLP
Kim Peretti is co-chair of Alston & Bird’s Cybersecurity Preparedness & Response Team, the former director of PwC’s cyber forensic services group, and a former senior litigator for the Department of Justice’s Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section with a specialized background in managing complex, electronic investigations and responses, often the result of cyber intrusions and data breaches. She also advises clients on matters of cybersecurity and cyber risk; privacy, financial crime, fraud and regulation; payment systems compliance and risk mitigation; economic espionage; and intellectual property theft. She is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP).
CEO and Founder
GEC Risk Advisory
Andrea Bonime-Blanc is the author of the white paper “Emerging Practices in Cyber Risk Governance,” which she wrote for The Conference Board, where she is the nonprofit’s lead cyber risk governance researcher. She is the CEO and founder of GEC Risk Advisory, a global strategic risk advisory firm. Bonime-Blanc holds a joint J.D. in law and Ph.D. in political science from Columbia University and has spent two decades as a senior executive — including as general counsel — in various global industries. She has worked in companies ranging from startups to Fortune 250 firms. Over the years, her responsibilities have included corporate governance, legal, ethics, compliance, risk, crisis management, internal audit, and external affairs. She was the founding global chief ethics and compliance officer for media company Bertelsmann. In 2015 and 2014, Ethisphere included her on its list of the 100 Most Influential People in Business Ethics.
|Olga V. Mack|
Olga V. Mack is a startup lawyer who enjoys advising her clients to success and growth. Currently General Counsel at ClearSlide, she previously worked at Zoosk, Visa Inc., Pacific Art League of Palo Alto, and Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati. Olga is a prolific writer and speaker, and regularly contributes on the issues related to privacy, security IP, tech, and gender issues (among other topics) to StartUp Grind, TechCrunch, GigaOM, The Daily Journal, Women’s eNews, and ACC Docket. She also advises early stage satrtups such as TimeJoy and ChannelMeter and lectures at Berkeley Law. Finally, Olga is a passionate advocate for women and has founded the WomenServeOnBoards.com movement.
Data Breach Response Director
Rich Blumberg serves as data breach response director at IDT911. He has more than ten years of data breach and crisis management experience, and has personally handled more than 2,000 client breaches. Prior to his role at IDT911, Rich spent 14 years at Equifax in project and account management and sales. He is a member of IAPP.