|Wed, Jun 20th, 2012 2:00pm
Wed, Jun 20th, 2012 5:00pm
|Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe
51 W. 52nd Street @ 6th Avenue
New York, New York 10019
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Cyber attacks continue in 2012 to pose threats to business and critical governmental and private sector infrastructure systems. It was reported on June 6th, for example, that as many as 6 million LinkedIn account records were compromised by a cyber attack.
In some cases, the attacks have been against the computing systems of corporate entities that greatly contribute to or comprise our nation’s financial infrastructure. In other cases, the impact was extensive enough to impact the financial or personal data of millions of U.S. citizens.
As to be expected, regulators are stepping up the effort to promote legislation and issue guidance with the intention of preserving our nation’s cyber systems and critical infrastructure.
However, as it is with evolving legislation, rules will require some interpretation and vetting in the community prior to widespread adoption, but organizations will still be expected to demonstrate diligence with respect to these areas, especially in the event of a security incident.
The intent of this session is to provide clarity as it pertains to evolving legislation and guidance as it pertains to cyber security.
Demystifying Evolving Cyber Law
By Webmaster on May 15, 2012
Posted in Event Calendar