Cybersecurity Regulation and Enforcement
As data breaches are seemingly reported on a daily basis, cybersecurity has emerged as a top enforcement priority for federal and state regulators and a key concern for companies of all sizes in a diverse range of industries. For example, compliance with federal cybersecurity regulations is required by nearly every government contract and the New York Division of Financial Services adopted a vast set of regulations that is applicable to all entities operating under NYDFS licensure. In short, ensuring that a company has effective cybersecurity policies and procedures in place is essential to both protecting customer information and avoiding unwanted attention from federal and state regulators.
Foley Hoag will present a 60-minute webinar on Thursday, October 3, 2019 at 12:30 pm EDT offering guidance for in-house counsel, compliance officers and other professionals on the cybersecurity regulatory and enforcement landscape.
Topics to be Discussed
•Key cybersecurity regulations and the types of companies to which they apply
•Cybersecurity enforcement activity, including potential pitfalls that might draw the attention of regulators
•Best practices for policies and procedures to avoid enforcement activity
•Future areas of regulation and enforcement activity
•Christopher Hart, Counsel, Privacy & Data Security and Litigation Practices
•Michael Licker, Partner, White Collar Crime & Government Investigations and Litigation Practices •Rachel Hutchinson, Associate, Privacy & Data Security and Litigation Practices
CLE credit for this webinar is available in California and New York, and may be available in other states upon request. Please contact us for details.
REGISTER HERE: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/2904481312338175746