FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 20, 2018
Oliver F. Hays
Phillips Lytle LLP
NIAGARA FRONTIER CORPORATE COUNSEL ASSOCIATION, INC. AND PHILLIPS LYTLE LLP PRESENT CLE SEMINAR TITLED “OVERCOME CYBERSECURITY FATIGUE: BEST PRACTICES FOR A LEGALLY DEFENSIBLE CYBERSECURITY PROGRAM, INCLUDING INCIDENT RESPONSE”
Buffalo, N.Y. – Niagara Frontier Corporate Counsel Association, Inc. and Phillips Lytle LLP will present a CLE seminar titled “Overcome Cybersecurity Fatigue: Best Practices for a Legally Defensible Cybersecurity Program, Including Incident Response” at Phillips Lytle’s downtown Buffalo office located at One Canalside. The program will take place on Tuesday March 20th, from 8:30 to 9:45 a.m. Phillips Lytle Partner and Data Security & Privacy Team Leader Jennifer A. Beckage will present on the following topics:
- Working with clients through incident response to ransomware, malware incidents, disloyal employee matters, and theft of data by competitors
- Reporting incidents and working with governmental agencies and investigations
- Representing clients in cyber and data-related litigation
Attendees will learn the top 10 things to do to develop and refine a cybersecurity program for 2018.
As the firm’s Data Security & Privacy Team Leader, Ms. Beckage leverages her technology background in responding to data breaches and cyberattacks, and advises clients about data security and privacy issues.
Before beginning her legal career, Ms. Beckage was an owner of a technology company. She successfully helped lead the company through an acquisition to a publicly traded company, in which she was retained in a management role overseeing operations of an e-services line of products in 11 states.
For ongoing data security and privacy updates and guidance, please visit Phillips Lytle’s Data Security & Privacy Blog.