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February 28 Webcast on How To Handle a Cyber-Attack and the Implications of New Executive Order on Cybersecurity

HL Chronicle of Data Protection

19 February 2013
On February 28, Hogan Lovells will present a timely and complimentary program:  “Hacked? What's Next? Handling Cybersecurity Breaches in 2013.” 
February 28 Webcast on How To Handle a Cyber-Attack and the Implications of New Executive Order on Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity experts have said it is not a matter of “if” but “when” a company will have to address a security breach. With regulations tightening in Europe and in the United States, the responsibility for handling and preventing these incidents has been pushed out of the IT department and into the General Counsel’s office.

Experienced panelists will present a detailed outline of what the legal department should do if a cyber-attack is discovered. Also covered will be the implications for business of recent regulatory and legislative activity including President Obama’s new Executive Order 13636 on critical infrastructure security.

More information (including how to register) can be found on the Hogan Lovells Website.

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