“The Cybersecurity Balance: Challenges and Perspectives”
John Lynch, JD ’93, Chief, Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section, Criminal Division, US Department of Justice
Steve Bunnell, Partner, O'Melveny and Myers, formerly General Counsel, US Department of Homeland Security
Dipayan Ghosh, MS ’12, PHD ’14, Fellow, Public Interest Technology at New America, formerly Privacy & Public Policy Advisor, Facebook and White House Technology Advisor
Gus Coldebella, JD ’94, Principal, Fish and Richardson, formerly General Counsel, US Department of Homeland Security
Effective cybersecurity against a spectrum of threats requires navigating a rapidly changing landscape while addressing difficult technical, regulatory, and legal issues. Executives in companies and institutions of all sizes have elevated these questions to the top of their agenda following high profile attacks with significant losses. To counter the threats effectively, lawyers and technologists must communicate across disciplines and perspectives to balance security, compliance, customer, and privacy expectations. Join us for a discussion with an expert panel that has confronted these questions in both the public and private sectors, as they discuss their experiences, their views on current cybersecurity debates, and the emerging challenges we will soon face.
Cost: $20 per person
(Includes hors d’oeuvres, dessert, beer, wine, soda and exceptional conversation!)
Special thanks to Jack Lewis, JD ’69 and Morrison & Foerster LLP for sponsoring this event!
Please register on-line or by calling the Alumni Affairs Office at 607.255.5251 by Thursday, November 2. See Who's Coming
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