FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 05, 2018
Rebecca E. Farbo
Chief Marketing Officer
PHILLIPS LYTLE AND STROZ FRIEDBERG TO HOST SEMINAR TITLED “A LOOK AHEAD: ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS WHEN DEALING WITH EVOLVING REGULATIONS AND DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGY” IN NEW YORK CITY
New York, N.Y. – Phillips Lytle LLP and Stroz Friedberg will host a seminar titled “A Look Ahead: Ethical Considerations When Dealing with Evolving Regulations and Disruptive Technology” on Thursday, June 7th. The event will take place at 2:30 p.m. at the Yale Club of New York City, located at 50 Vanderbilt Avenue. Panelists will delve into the ethical obligations applicable to the evolving landscape of technology and cybersecurity.
Phillips Lytle Partner and Data Security & Privacy Team Leader Jennifer A. Beckage, CIPP/US, Phillips Lytle Partner Anna Mercado Clark, Aon Risk Solutions Vice President Brian Gillin and Stroz Friedberg Managing Director Bryan J. Rose will participate.
Topics to be discussed:
- Preventing and Responding to Cyberattacks: An Attorney’s Ethical Obligation?
- Cybersecurity Regulations Impacting Healthcare, Financial and Consumer Industries
- Cybersecurity Insurance: How Much Is Enough?
- Post General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR): Balancing Data Security with Privacy
As the firm’s Data Security & Privacy Team Leader, Ms. Beckage’s legal practice is focused on cybersecurity, data breach litigation, risk management, privacy, regulatory law, and law enforcement. As a former technology entrepreneur and executive with a publicly traded company, Ms. Beckage brings a unique perspective to complex commercial litigation and data security matters. Recently, she was named to Cybersecurity Docket’s “Incident Response 30” as one of the top 30 incident response attorneys in the nation.
Ms. Beckage is considered a thought leader in this space and regularly speaks on data security and privacy topics. She leads Phillips Lytle’s team of more than 20 Data Security & Privacy Attorneys across the firm’s footprint. The team regularly identifies and analyzes issues that IT departments might overlook to help put companies in legally defensible positions.
Ms. Clark focuses her practice in the areas of business and commercial litigation, including banking/lender liability, and contract and business disputes. She also has extensive experience handling franchise litigation matters and e-discovery issues. Additionally, she counsels clients on best data preservation practices designed to mitigate data security risks, while complying with regulatory and litigation hold requirements. As a former Assistant District Attorney, she also handles white collar criminal matters and investigations.
For ongoing data security and privacy updates and guidance, please visit Phillips Lytle’s Data Security & Privacy Blog.