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Webinar: Confusion Reigns - How to Achieve Transnational Cybersecurity Compliance

November 29, 2023

Wednesday, 29 November 2023
11:00 am - Noon ET

Cyber attacks continue to surge. The European Union and India, among others, are seeking to strengthen their security requirements as it relates to data. How do organizations and their vendors keep up with the ever-changing, more stringent requirements? This webinar will provide answers on what’s new in this ever-changing landscape with a unique focus on when/how to involve law enforcement. 

Download: The Transnational Cybersecurity Compliance Overview

Jennifer Davidson, Deeth Williams Wall LLP, CanadaModerator
Jennifer Davidson is a partner at Deeth Williams Wall (Toronto), practicing in Cybersecurity and Technology law. Jennifer advises on the digital risk lifecycle, including incident preparedness, response, ransomware negotiations, mitigation, and regulatory compliance. Jennifer holds a JD from Osgoode Hall Law School and post-graduate diplomas in public relations and web development. Her education and experience offer clients a unique perspective on the legal, PR and technical considerations of breach response. Jennifer is the Immediate Past President of the Canadian Technology Law Association (CAN-TECH), Executive Member of Ontario Bar Association’s IP&IT Law Section and faculty at Osgoode’s Drafting and Negotiation IT Agreements program.

Fran Faircloth, Ropes & Gray, United States
Fran Faircloth is a partner and core member in Ropes & Gray’s data, privacy, and cybersecurity practice. She represents clients handling complex data, privacy, and cybersecurity matters across a wide range of industries and sectors. Recently, Fran has been advising clients across industries on issues of data protection, opportunistic cyber-attacks, and contact tracing technologies in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak. Fran has assisted clients in privacy and cybersecurity related class action litigation and enforcement actions by the FTC, state Attorneys General, the SEC, and other government agencies. She uses her experience managing incident response and handling complex investigations to help clients get to the root of inquiries and communicate complex cyber and data privacy issues to government regulators and boards of directors. Fran advises clients on difficult data privacy, cybersecurity, and information law questions involving data breaches, ransomware, online brand protection, social media, e-commerce, and Internet governance. She regularly counsels clients on compliance with federal, state, and foreign privacy and security requirements related to the collection, handling, and protection of data.

Stuart Davey, Pinsent Masons, United Kingdom
Stuart advises on cross-border data breaches and cyber incidents. He helps organizations ensure compliance with their security and reporting obligations under relevant data protection legislation and regulation. He advises clients with the increasing challenges of data and cyber-related litigation. Stuart also specializes in resolving disputes arising out of large-scale and technically complex IT projects. He advises both suppliers and users of technology, with a focus on dispute resolution and renegotiation of contracts for business process outsourcing and software/systems implementation projects.

Nino Tlapak, DORDA, Austria
Nino Tlapak joined DORDA's IT and Data Protection team in 2013 and is a partner since 2021. He focuses on data protection and IT-security law. Further areas of practice include e-commerce and outsourcing. Nino is particularly well known for his data protection activities and also functions as coordinator of DORDA's data protection unit as well as external data protection officer for selected clients. In addition, Nino regularly publishes articles in the field of data protection and holds lectures on the same topic at the Danube-University Krems (Data Protection and Privacy – certified program), the technical colleges FH Technikum Wien and FH Campus Wien as well as the IT-Law LL.M. postgraduate program of the University of Vienna.

Thomas Vallianeth, Trilegal, India
Thomas is a Technology, Media and Telecommunications lawyer at Trilegal. He routinely advise a wide variety of clients that operate in this sector on regulatory advisory, contractual, policy and governmental affairs, corporate, and litigation mandates.

Hosted By: Cybercrime Substantive Law Committee