Cybersecurity and Data Privacy
Westin Michigan Avenue
Our world is more data driven than ever before, from social media and the Internet of Things (IoT) to data collection and cyber marketing strategies. These new technologies present complex security, privacy, ethical, and legal implications. Corporate privacy practices have been scrutinized as consumers are more and more wary of how their data is used, and lawyers in virtually all practices must have some understanding of data security and privacy. Marketers also use data collection and mining in ways that have generated an array of threats to consumers’ privacy. While cyber insurance coverage may help ameliorate some of these concerns, technologists and attorneys must understand where the gaps may lie in this coverage as cyber risks rapidly transform. In this seminar, experts from the technological and legal sectors will present real life examples and concrete advice on how information technologists and attorneys can both identify cyber security goals and integrate those goals into their organizations. The seminar is designed for a diverse audience, including outside counsel, in-house lawyers, IT personnel, insurance professionals, and others who must understand developments in cyber security and data privacy law.
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