The Dawn of Information Security Law
Now in our second year, the Cybersecurity Law & Policy In-House Summit: The Dawn of InfoSec Law, will delve deeper into the critical aspects of information security every lawyer and executive must know. You will gain practical insights of the technical concepts of cybersecurity to better understand the legal, political and economic implications of InfoSec best practices, and how to translate technical terms and applications into meaningful risk mitigation strategies.
2014 Cybersecurity Law & Policy In-House Summit
Global Law Forum hosted the inaugural Cybersecurity Law & Policy In-House Summit that took place January 14-15, 2014 in Washington, D.C.
The Summit brought together senior lawyers, executives and government representatives from around the country, including:
The Summit was conducted in association with Knowledge Partners Pillsbury Winthrop and Alston & Bird, and included expert speakers and attendees from leading firms representing clients in privacy and security matters:
"Excellent conference! Great interaction with panels and the speakers had a lot of substantive knowledge."
Check out some of our news coverage!
We hosted reporters from the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg BNA, Inside Cybersecurity and other leading journalists providing news coverage of our speakers and the high-level discussions. See some of our coverage below.
Inside Cybersecurity: DHS official: Insurance is not 'pure incentive' for framework adoption. By Christopher J. Castelli. (subscription required)
Bloomberg BNA: Cybersecurity Incentive Effort Still in Early Stages, Obama Official Says. By Alexei Alexis. (subscription required)
Global Law Forum to Host White House Address on 2014 Cybersecurity Priorities to Corporate Counsel