Below is a list of upcoming information risk law events. These events topics including big data, cyber insurance, data breach, privacy, risk management, and information governance.
Information risk law is a field that is rapidly evolving. Therefore, it is important to know which information risk law events offer the best opportunities for learning new ideas and networking with other professionals.
Tue03Feb201510:45 amNew York Hilton, 1335 Avenue Of The Americas, New York, NY
Thu05Feb201512:15 pmConcourse G at New York Hilton, 1335 Avenue Of The Americas, New York, NY
Tue05May20158:45 amThe Graduate Center of the City University of NY, 365 Fifth Avenue (at 34th Street), Elebash Auditorium
Business Development Institute
Wed13May2015Sheraton New York Times Square- 811 7th Avenue, New York, NY
Thu18Jun201512:00 pmCooley- The Grace Building 1114 Avenue of the Americas New York, NY
Legal Marketing Association - Metropolitan New York Chapter
Tue21Jul20154:00 pmThe Harvard Club - 35 W. 44th Street, New York, NY
Judy Selby's presentation "Past, Present and Future Trends in eDiscovery".
Mon31Aug20154:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.Caesars Palace - 3570 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Las Vegas, NV
Speaking on the following panel:
Title: Managing Big Data to Reduce Costs
Description: Legal "big data" is not the next big thing - it's the "now" big thing for law firms, legal vendors, and corporate legal departments. A growing number of law firms are initiating big data projects - some of them focused on legal spend analytics, competitive intelligence, and predicting future growth/revenue; some of them launched on the practice side to help increase attorney "win rates" with better information and actionable intelligence. In all scenarios, it's about leveraging data (big or small). So what is big data and why should firms care? Where are the opportunities for cost reduction:
• Classifying content
• Mitigating risks associated with lit holds and destruction orders
• Data reduction – identify ROT (redundant, obsolete, trivial)
• Saves in system storage
• Mitigates potential risk of over-retention of data
• Competitive Advantage
Jobst Elster, Head of Content/Legal Market Strategy at InsideLegal - Moderator
Galina Datskovsky, Ph.D., CRM, Independent Consultant
Bryn Bowen, Principal, Greenheart Consulting Partners
Judy Selby, Partner, BakerHostetler
Paul Starrett, Counsel & Chief Global Risk Officer, UBIC North America, Inc.
Eric Hunter, Director of Knowledge, Innovation & Technology Strategies at Bradford & Barthel, LLP
Wed30Sep2015Thu01Oct2015The Connecticut Convention Center - 100 Columbus Blvd., Hartford, CT
Thu01Oct20155:00 pmLive Webinar
Speakers will discuss the key approaches to dealing with Big Data, including dos and don’ts, evaluate how firms have handled Big Data breaches, and discuss how corporate brand and reputation has been, and is, impacted by Big Data with real world examples.Topics will include:
- What Big Data is and how companies use Big Data to create value
- Key approaches to managing Big Data
- How Big Data and the handling of Big Data is impacting corporate value
- Real world examples of good and bad practices and their impact on value
Tue20Oct20158:00 AM - 11:30 AM ESTBakerHostetler 45 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY 10111Cyber Extortion is a rapidly growing industry which is impacting business of all sizes and in all sectors. Many security leaders are divided about how to best respond when they are targeted.Please join Alvarez & Marsal and BakerHostetler for a closed-door roundtable discussion where we will explore this complex threat in more detail.In collaboration with partners from enSilo, topics will include:
- Current criminal tactics and the technologies being used
- Measures you can take to protect your business
- How you should respond if and when your organization is attacked
For more information click here.
Wed21Oct20158:00 AM - 7:00 PM ESTSheraton New York Times Square Hotel - 811 Sevent Avenue, New York, NY 10019
Attendees of the CLM Cyber Liability Summit will come away with a full understanding of the risks, exposures, development of claim activity and trends in the areas specific to Data and Network Security, Privacy and Social Media, and the types of cases that result from such. The distinguished presenters will lead interactives sessions on essential cyber liability topics to ensure attendees have the most comprehensive and up-to-the-minute information needed to flourish in an ever-changing environment.
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Fraudulent impersonation, more commonly referred to as “social engineering”, continues to run unabated in spite of the high volume of press these losses have received, impacting both large and small businesses. The most recent fraud of this nature impacted a publicly-traded company, Ubiquity Networks, which was duped into transferring $46.7 million. In the 2 year period ending in August 2015, the FBI estimated that global firms lost nearly $1.2 billion resulting from social engineering. (more…)
Mon09Nov20152015 East Coast eDiscovery & IG Retreat in Cape Cod, MA
Cybersecurity ranks high on the list of things that keep C-Suiters up at night. Today's enterprises are spending more each year on improved perimeter defenses, but are they sufficiently focused on the role IG should play in improving the company's cybersecurity profile? This panel will discuss how IG affects cybersecurity and provide easy to implement IG solutions to address some of the most common causes of security incidents and mitigate the fallout of data breaches.
Daniel M. Braude – Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker LLP
Colleen E. Freeman – Global Legal Solutions - Epiq eDiscovery and Document Review
John A. Sten – McDermott Will & Emery LLP
Gina Trimarco – DLA Piper
Danielle Vanderzanden – Ogletree Deakins
Thu03Dec20158:30am-11:30amBakerHostetler 45 Rockefeller Plaza New York, NY 14th Floor
Tightening budgets and competitive pressures have many technology companies turning to open source software (OSS) to increase agility and accelerate innovation. However, a recent Gartner report states that 50% of companies will face challenges due to a lack of OSS policy and management.
While OSS provides many competitive advantages, most technology companies are yet to uncover its full potential. Many have no strategy for optimizing development with OSS and often ignore or are unaware of the technical, business and legal challenges of multi-source development. Companies are similarly unaware that the OSS being used within their business environment and, in many cases, already contained within their own proprietary code, may be subject to a myriad of security vulnerabilities and exploits. Indeed, OSS governance has moved past traditional license compliance concerns and the focus on the secure use of OSS has moved front and center.
We invite you to attend our legal seminar where Judy Selby, Partner, and Oren Warshavsky, Partner at BakerHostetler and Matthew Jacobs, General Counsel at Black Duck Software will cover:
- The latest OSS trends
- Overviews of some of the most popular OSS licenses (including the GPL)
- OSS, a focus on security
- Policy, Procedures and Best Practices
- Some common case studies for OSS
For more information click here.
Thu28Jan2016New Jersey Technology Council
Wed03Feb2016Legal Tech 2016 Conference
Wed03Feb2016Legal Tech 2016 Conference
Fri26Feb2016Rutgers Law School - Newark, NJ
Tue08Mar2016ARMA New York Meeting
Panel discussion on Big Data
Fri11Mar2016Georgetown Law Corporate Counsel Institute
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