Privacy and cybersecurity continue to be among the top issues facing companies and in-house counsel. From the rise of artificial intelligence and the internet of things (IoT), to ransomware and the Privacy Shield, the ever-evolving privacy landscape presents unique risks for businesses across industries. Please join Goodwin’s newest Privacy partner, former DHS Chief Privacy Officer, Karen Neuman, Goodwin’s Privacy + Cybersecurity practice chair, Brenda Sharton, and other members of the team for a lively session that will address:
- The intersection of the IoT, artificial intelligence and privacy obligations
- The business impact of recent changes to the EU privacy law framework on U.S. companies, including the Privacy Shield and General Data Protection Regulation
- Ransom attacks; including what to do in the event of an attack, the increased use of phishing emails and how these have contributed to the rise in ransom attacks
- The evolving role of, and risks to, corporate boards in cybersecurity
- How data driven organizations can prepare for and respond to law enforcement requests for personally identifiable information
- Potential impact of the incoming administration on privacy and cybersecurity obligations and enforcement
Brenda Sharton, Chair of Goodwin's Privacy + Cybersecurity practice, as well as its Business Litigation practice, and Karen Neuman, a partner in Goodwin’s Business Litigation Group and a member of its Privacy & Cybersecurity Practice, will be joined by partners Grant Fondo and Bill Growney on the panel for this event.
For more information or to register for this event, please contact Lindsey Tammaro.