The ABA Second Annual Institute on Cybersecurity will bring together leaders in the private and public sectors to discuss cybersecurity risks, trends in the law​ relating to data security, and risk minimization techniques.

Noted practitioners will cover:

  • A rapid-fire, real-world series of incident response scenarios​
  • Ethics: how to engage in the cyber-secure practice of law with the application of attorney-client privilege and work product to documents generated before/after a data breach
  • Biometric privacy act and litigation arising from the collection, use, and sharing of biometric information
  • Cyber insurance
  • Regulatory issues featuring federal and state officials

Fenwick's Hanley Chew will be speaking on the 9 am panel, "In the Hot Seat: Rapid-Fire Response to Data Incident Scenarios," which will address a series of real-world incident response scenarios and issues that arise when responding to data incidents.

Fenwick privacy and cybersecurity co-chair Tyler Newby will moderate a panel on biometric information privacy and Fenwick litigator Hanley Chew will speak on a panel titled “In the Hot Seat: Rapid-Fire Response to Data Incident Scenarios.”​​

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