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Fourth National Institute on Cybersecurity and Data Protection: A Law Firm's Responsibility in Managing Data Risk

NYU Law (New York, NY) | June 20, 2019

Richard Borden will be speaking on two panels at the American Bar Association's Fourth National Institute on Cybersecurity and Data Protection: A Law Firm's Responsibility in Managing Data Risk. 

Privacy and Security Governance for Law Firms, is it Time to Hire a CPO?
Moderator: Colman McCarthy
Speakers: Rick Borden, Art Ehuan, Peter Lesser, Mark McCreary, Tara Swaminatha
What steps is your firm taking to ensure privacy and security risk are being appropriately addressed? This discussion will review organizational steps many firms are taking to demonstrate they are managing and mitigating risk in the digital age.

What In-House Counsel Expects of its Outside Counsel with Respect to Cybersecurity?
Moderator: Travis LeBlanc
Speakers: Rick Borden, Richard Cohen, Kelly Goldstein, Jennifer Mailander
Many current data protection laws contain stringent oversight requirements for service providers. Companies are being regularly asked how they manage third parties and have increased expectations for legal counsel managing their data. Learn how to best prepare to demonstrate to your clients that you are responsibly accounting for privacy and security risk.

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