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Amid urgent national security, cybersecurity and data privacy threats, companies require deeply experienced counsel to respond strategically to potentially crippling data incidents, so they can get back to business. Led by the nation’s leading legal advisors on national security and data-related regulatory matters, we help boards and top executives safely navigate high-impact breaches and related cyber incidents, and offer specialized regulatory advice in the transactional and compliance contexts.
Cybersecurity & Data Protection Co-Chair John Carlin will moderate the opening panel at the 2023 Aspen Cyber Summit in New York City.
John Carlin to Discuss the U.S. Approach to Economic National Security Regulation and Enforcement at Future in Review Conference With Top Treasury Official
Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Co-Chair John Carlin will participate in “Defending U.S. Economic Interests,” at the 2023 Future in Review Conference.
Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Co-Chair John Carlin will co-lead a workshop with EY, “Overseeing Complex Crises: A Simulation Exercise,” as part of the National Association of Corporate Directors’ 2023 Summit.
Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Co-Chair John Carlin, alongside other members of the Aspen Institute’s U.S. Cybersecurity Group, published a report, “The Evolving Role of the CISO – More Than Just Security,” which addresses systemic shifts in corporate cybersecurity and provides guidelines for business leaders.
John Carlin Discusses Building a Cyber Public-Private Partnership at Zywave Cyber Risk Insights Conference
Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Co-Chair John Carlin participated in a panel, “Building a Cyber Public-Private Partnership,” at the Zywave Cyber Risk Insights Conference.
John Carlin, Jeannie Rhee and Peter Carey Discuss How Companies Can Minimize Cybersecurity Risks During Layoffs With Bloomberg Law
Cybersecurity and Data Protection Co-Chairs John Carlin and Jeannie Rhee and litigation counsel Peter Carey discuss how companies can mitigate security risks.
John Carlin to Be Interviewed on Impact of New SEC and Other Corporate Regulations at Cyber Initiatives Group Summit
Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Co-Chair John Carlin will participate in a webinar, “Duty to Report: What SEC and Public Notification Requirements Mean for Business,” as part of The Cipher Brief’s Cyber Initiatives Group Fall Summit.
Peter Carey to Discuss Implications of New SEC Rules for Public Company Cybersecurity at Infosec World Conference
Litigation counsel Peter Carey will give a presentation on “Public Company Cybersecurity: Implications of New SEC Rules for Managing Cyber Risk” as part of Infosec World, a leading cybersecurity conference for security practitioners and executives.
Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Co-Chair John Carlin will give the keynote speech at the FBI’s annual Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) Academy on September 12.
- Jonathan H. Ashtor
- H. Christopher Boehning
- John P. Carlin
- Christopher J. Cummings
- David S. Huntington
- Brian M. Janson
- Luke Jennings
- Jeh Charles Johnson
- Christodoulos Kaoutzanis
- John C. Kennedy
- Jeannie S. Rhee
- Raphael M. Russo
- Monica K. Thurmond
- Peter Carey
- Anna R. Gressel
- Steven C. Herzog
- David Kessler
- Frances F. Mi
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The SEC has adopted new disclosure requirements to enhance and standardize public company disclosures regarding cybersecurity risk management and incident reporting.
White House Signals Additional Private Sector Cyber Obligations as Part of National Cybersecurity Strategy Implementation Plan
The White House recently released a National Cybersecurity Strategy Implementation Plan setting out the next steps in the administration’s March strategic plan.
Cybersecurity and Data Protection Co-Chairs John Carlin and Jeannie Rhee and litigation counsel David Kessler discuss insider threats in a Law360 expert analysis column published on June 1.
Two recent prosecutions demonstrate that the threat is sometimes inside the house and underscore that companies must invest not just in protecting themselves from outside hackers but also in guarding against the risks posed by trusted insiders.
The Biden administration recently released an updated National Cybersecurity Strategy calling for stronger regulation of cybersecurity and more counter-hacking activity by law enforcement.
Against a backdrop of an evolving threat environment, expect new regulations on cybersecurity and privacy from federal, state and international authorities and increased enforcement.