Cybersecurity: What Lawyers and Business Leaders Need to Know
How secure is your data? Do you know what to do if a breach occurs? Safeguarding sensitive information is undoubtedly one of the most pressing issues facing law firms and corporations today. Come learn what you need to know about keeping confidential information safe at Columbia Law School Executive Education's in-depth program. This session will provide lawyers and business leaders with the most up-to-date information and tools to address data protection and privacy.
October 28, 2016
9:00 am—4:15 pm
Columbia Law School, Jerome Greene Hall
Group Discounts available. Please contact CLSExecEd@law.columbia.edu for more information.
*Register Before October 7 and save 10% using code: JMEARLY10
In this program, attendees will hear from cybersecurity and data privacy lawyers and experts about: the current state of cybersecurity threats and how their organizations may be affected; corporate governance issues surrounding data security and privacy; and best practices on protecting against cyberattacks and how to respond if they do occur.
Attendees will leave with up-to-the minute information and practical tools that they can take back to their practices and businesses.
Our program speakers are leading experts in cybersecurity law, corporate governance, national security issues, and risk assessment.
Matthew Waxman, Liviu Librescu Professor of Law, Columbia Law School; Faculty Chair, Roger Hertog Program on Law and National Security
Kevin Chalker, Founder & CEO, GRA Quantum
Rajesh De, Partner, Chair of Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Practice, Mayer Brown; Former General Counsel at the United States National Security Agency (NSA)
Joshua P. Galper, Co-Founder & Partner, Davis Goldberg & Galper PLLC; former General Counsel & Chief Policy Officer, Personal.com
Judith Germano, Founding Member, Germano Law LLC, and Senior Fellow, NYU Center for Cybersecurity
Andrew McLaughlin, Head of Strategy & New Business, Medium; Venture Partner, betaworks
Columbia Law School is an Accredited Provider of continuing legal education in the State of New York. Courses qualifying for CLE for newly admitted attorneys, for experienced attorneys, or for both, are identified in conjunction with each course’s description. CLS provides a New York CLE Certificate of Attendance to attorneys in accordance with applicable regulations and guidelines, including those regarding verification of attendance.
In compliance with the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board regulations, Columbia Law School offers financial aid to licensed New York attorneys facing financial hardship. For additional information, please contact CLSExecEd@law.columbia.edu.
Please refer to the agenda for specific information regarding the CLE credit available for this program. Please contact us at CLSExecEd@law.columbia.edu with questions. For general information regarding New York CLE credit, please contact the New York Continuing Legal Education Board at email@example.com.
Additional Program and Discount
The Conference Board will present Cybersecurity: The Leadership Imperative on March 16—17, 2017. This seminar discusses and provides actionable insights on building and maintaining a structure in which leaders across an organization are able to work together seamlessly to comprehend, measure and respond to cyber risk challenges.
Attendees who register for Columbia Law School Executive Education’s program as well as Cybersecurity: The Leadership Imperative, will receive a $250 discount on Columbia’s program as well as a $300 discount on The Conference Board Seminar.
Please contact CLSExecEd@law.columbia.edu for more information.
For information on Columbia Law School’s Executive Education and Non-Degree Programs, please contact:
Assistant Dean for Executive Education and Non-Degree Programs