Dallas Agenda

The 2020 agenda is coming soon.

A copy of the 2019 agenda is below.

8:30am – 9:00am
Continental Breakfast and Registration
9:00am – 9:10am
Welcome and Opening Remarks

9:10am – 9:30am
Session 1: Polling the Audience

  • What is your data security role at your organization?
  • What are your pain points, biggest issues?
  • What do you want to get out of the seminar?

 

Moderators:
Andrea D’Ambra, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP
Melissa Reagan, Member, Sherman & Howard
Jessica Arett, Litigation Associate, Sherman & Howard

9:30am – 10:30am
Session 2: New Cyber and Privacy Issues

  • CCPA, Nevada’s SB220 and US Privacy Laws
  • Global Privacy Law Roundup -GDPR, LGPD, APP, China, Japan
  • Reflections on Implementation and Enforcement of Privacy Laws
  • IoT Devices
    • Unique Cybersecurity and Privacy Risks
    • Federal efforts to encourage IoT Security

 

Moderators:
Jes Alexander, Compliance Counsel, Esurance
Jason Scheiderer, Partner, Dentons
Matthew Miller, Vice President, Global Information Governance Advisory Services, Consilio
Brian Egenrieder, Chief Revenue Officer, SyncDog
Alexander Sand , Associate, Eversheds Sutherland

10:30am – 11:00am
Coffee Break

11:00am – 12:00pm
Session 3: Data Security and Privacy Litigation

  • Class Actions’ Viability — Injury (Standing)
    • The Spokeo Effect— 2017 appellate decisions, e.g.:
      • Attias v. CareFirst (D.C. Cir.)
      • Katz v. The Donna Karan Co. (2dCir.)
      • Kuhns v. Scottrade
      • Robins v. Spokeo on remand (9th Cir.)
  • New causes of action and theories of recovery
  • Data breach litigation in a small claims court
  • BIPA-Biometric Information Privacy Act
  • Am I covered? Insurance coverage and related litigation
    • Engl v. Natural Grocers
    • Equifax

 

Moderators:
Jes Alexander, Compliance Counsel, Esurance
Stephen Embry, embryLaw LLC
Rockwell Bower, Associate, Polsinelli PC
Tom Thompson, Partner, Jaszczuk P.C.

12:00pm – 1:00pm
Networking Luncheon

1:00pm- 2:00pm
Session 4: Fighting the Cyber War: Corporate Governance, People and Process

  • Where are you today? Where do you want/need to be?
  • Putting a value on enterprise data
  • Extracting Lessons Learned from 2019 Security Incidents
  • Proactive Risk Assessments – Prioritizing Your Security Controls
    • Risk appetite
    • “mining the dark web”
  • Cloud Migration Mishaps
    • Cloud Provider vs. MSSP Strategy
  • Due Diligence in Deals
  • Creating a Security Culture
    • workforce enablement, device security, BYOD, etc.
  • Are structured to respond?
    • Building and implementing a comprehensive response plan
  • Board responsibility for cyber
    • Capital One class action settlement
  • Enforcing best practices for corrective actions
  • Considering Insider Threat
  • Maintaining privilege when investigating internal issues
  • Impact of failure
    • Loss of customer confidence, market share, and valuation

 

Moderators:
Brian Egenrieder, Chief Revenue Officer, SyncDog
Alain Espinosa, Cybersecurity Adviser, Board Director, InfraGard National Members Alliance
Zac Lindsey, General Counsel, Baffin Bay Networks
Boyd Clewis, Senior Security Consultant, Online Business Systems

2:00pm – 3:00pm
Session 5: The Dark Side of Digitalization

    • Darknet/TOR
    • Cybercriminals, recent arrests, and the impact on the threat landscape
    • Mobile threats (including voice)
    • International cooperation
    • Geolocation challenges
    • Anomaly Detection: Breaking the code of Zero Days
    • Vulnerability programs – what are they and when can you white hat hack

     

    Moderators:
    Bill Hardin, Vice President, Charles River Associates
    Tom Thompson, Partner, Jaszczuk P.C.
    Alain Espinosa, Cybersecurity Adviser, Board Director, InfraGard National Members Alliance
    Zac Lindsey, General Counsel, Baffin Bay Networks
    Boyd Clewis, Senior Security Consultant, Online Business Systems

3:00pm – 3:30pm
Networking Break

3:30pm – 4:30pm
Session 6: Managing the Supply Chain

  • U.S. Government efforts to secure DoD supply chains
  • CMMC, NIST 800-171 updates, DCMA audits
  • Crypto-currencies
    • What are they?
    • Who regulates them or rather who doesn’t?
    • The KYC (know your client) rule with cryptocurrencies
    • Why companies need to care
  • Blockchain
    • The in’s and out’s
    • The different flavors of Blockchain
      • Public (Ethereum) vs. Private (Quorum)
        • Which fits your case?

 

Moderators:
Stephen Embry, embryLaw LLC
Steve McNew, Senior Managing Director, FTI Consulting
Bryan Hurd, Vice President, Head of Office, Seattle, Stroz Friedberg

4:30pm – 5:30pm
Networking Reception

 

8:30am – 9:00am
Continental Breakfast
9:00am – 10:00am
Session 7: The Weapons of Cyber War

  • Defining your cyber-borders
  • Training your troops
  • Perimeter Defenses – Secure your employees where they are
  • User-based rules
  • Defense in Depth
  • Security by Design
  • Monitoring and threat detection
    • “I didn’t know” is no longer acceptable
  • Actionable Intelligence: Need for Trusted Processes and Workflows (Automation and Orchestration)
  • Pen-testing

 

Moderators:
Brian Egenrieder, Chief Revenue Officer, SyncDog
Kate Shapiro, Senior Vice President, Operations, LaunchTech
Bryan Hurd, Vice President, Head of Office, Seattle, Stroz Friedberg

10:00am – 10:15am
Coffee Break

10:15am – 11:15am
Session 8: Ethics in Cybersecurity

  • Threat landscape for law firms
  • Ethical obligations of law firms to protect client data (and understand technology)
  • How are companies (especially in regulated industries) scrutinizing and managing law firms?
  • What do you require of opposing counsel and other third parties when turning over information?
  • What assurances do we have from the government with sensitive info?
  • Ethical obligations when advising client on how to handle cybersecurity-related legal issues
  • Balancing legal preservation obligations with real word operational concerns

 

Moderators:
Jason Scheiderer, Partner, Dentons
Zac Lindsey, General Counsel, Baffin Bay Networks
Zandra Robinson, Legal Director | IT & Privacy, PepsiCo, Inc. | IT Legal

 

Agenda is subject to change.

 

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