Deconstructing Cybersecurity Obligations

Phillips Lytle LLP invites you to a continuing legal education program about legal issues raised by recent trends in technology and cybersecurity. The program will also provide a simulated data security incident that will flag common errors and system deficiencies, as well as highlight best practices.
Phillips Lytle is pleased to present this program, which will draw on our in-depth experience advising attendees on the legal issues surrounding data security and privacy matters. Phillips Lytle attorneys include former technology business owners, computer programmers, and IT professionals who are uniquely positioned to provide the perspectives necessary to protect organizations against, and respond to, data security incidents. In addition, our attorneys have extensive experience advising companies in government investigations and litigation, which allow us to provide valuable insight on how to manage risk in this area.
Data Security Landscape – Recent Data Security Incidents and Other Headlines
Questions to Ask IT – Understanding Cybersecurity and New Technologies
Data Protected Under the Law – And Do You Have It?
Legal Requirements for Data Security and Privacy
Incident Preparedness
Incident Response – From Mitigation and Remediation to Consumer Notification and Government Reporting
Who Should Attend:
Bar Association Members
General Counsel
Chief Executive Officers
Chief Operating Officers
Chief Financial Officers
Chief Information Officers
Chief Information Security Officers
Information Technology Officers
Board Members
Business Leaders
Presenters from Phillips Lytle’s Data Security & Privacy Team:
Jennifer A. Beckage, Esq.
James E. B. Bobseine, Esq.
Brendan S. Lillis, Esq.
8:30 am Breakfast/Registration
9:00 am Program and Simulated Data Breach
10:15 am Q & A
Please register by November 8, 2017 at

NYS CLE Accreditation: Phillips Lytle LLP has been certified by the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board as an Accredited Provider of continuing legal education in the State of New York. This program (traditional classroom format) is approved for CLE credit for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys for a minimum of one (1.5) CLE credit hours (0.5 skills; 1.0 law practice management).
PA CLE Accreditation: Approval by the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania CLE Board is pending.