Cybersecurity - The Corporate Counsel's Agenda

On November 28, Bloomberg BNA will host a program on cybersecurity in which Hogan Lovells partner Harriet Pearson is speaking.
Cybersecurity and data protection are top-of-mind concerns for corporate counsel, according to an August 2012 survey of 1,957 general counsel and 11,340 corporate directors. The complex and dynamic nature of these issues makes it challenging for lawyers to maintain the accurate “big picture” view needed to guide organizational risk strategies.
This program will provide a cutting-edge view of the latest technology and cybercrime developments; the practical implications for business of existing laws, regulation, and enforcement initiatives; the post-election outlook for cybersecurity legislation, regulation and standards; and what in-house counsel should be doing – right now – to guide organizational cybersecurity efforts. 
Educational objectives:

  • Understand the current cybercrime/cyber attack landscape.
  • Gain an understanding of the legislative and regulatory outlook following the November election (for example, the Executive Order widely expected to be issued by President Obama before year’s end).
  • Learn practical measures in-house counsel should be taking now and top legal issues of which they should be aware.

Who should participate:

General counsel; deputy general counsel with cybersecurity responsibility (e.g., to support IT, to counsel on security and privacy compliance, to prepare public company filings); other in-house counsel; chief information security officers (how to work with, and engage, the in-house counsel).

Registration information

Hogan Lovells clients are eligible for a 20% Discount using the  promo code LGAUEBR2

Should you have any questions or need additional information, please contact Sandra Claudio at

CLE Credit Available

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