Economic espionage is growing as social media usage accelerates. Personal data of employees and customers, as well as proprietary company information can be breached. Criminals are after your corporate information and, increasingly, social media sites are where they look to get in. How do you respond? Data security breaches can cost billions in fines, notification of data subjects, governmental investigations, legal fees, loss of business reputation, credibility and, perhaps, trade secrets. Will your company be the next headline? This interactive program discusses: (a) an overview of the laws of data protection, ethical issues regarding security of client information, and remediation of breach; (b) the basics of incident response for multinational corporations under statutory and regulatory schemes within the E.U., Canada, Asia and South America; and (c) trends toward greater data protection and encryption requirements as electronic global commerce accelerates."
Renato Opice Blum
Renato Opice Blum is an attorney and economist. He is Digital Law coordinator of GVLaw and of the MBA on Electronic Law at Escola Paulista de Direito, and an Invited Professor at the University of Sao Paulo and Mackenzie Presbyterian University. He is President of the Council of Information Technology and Communication of the Commerce Federation of Sao Paulo/SP and of the Technology Law Committee of AMCHAM. He is an Advisor to the Committee of High Technology Crimes of the Brazilian Bar Association.
His international lectures include: Global Privacy Summit 2010, 73rd Conference of the International Law Association, ISSA International Conference 2010, HTCIA International Conference 2010, Inter American Bar Association: Reunin del Consejo y Seminario 2010, The Sedona Conference 2010 and the 3rd Annual Sedona Conference 2011, Seton Hall Law 2011 and the ABA 2011 annual meeting. He is co-author of the books Manual of Electronic Law and Internet and Electronic Law: Internet and the courts.
Seth B. Kosto is the Assistant U.S. Attorney of the U.S. Attorneyâ€™s Office Computer Hacking and Intellectual Property Group.
Wayne Lee is the Managing Principal of eDiscovery for the investigative response unit at Verizon.
Fernando M. Pinguelo, a trial lawyer and Chair of the firm's Cyber Security & Data Protection Group, devotes his practice to complex litigation with an emphasis on business disputes, cyber security, media and employment matters.
A former prosecutor, Fernando is experienced in all facets of litigation (trial, mediation, arbitration, and appellate) in both federal and state courts. He handles a broad spectrum of disputes including business torts, data breaches, misappropriation of trade secrets, copyright infringement, fraud, breach of non-compete covenants, and discrimination.
A leader in the emerging areas of cyber law and electronic discovery, Fernando works closely with business executives, in-house counsel, and HR and IT managers to develop strategies for managing business and legal issues relating to electronic data. He focuses client attention on preventing claims and pursues strategies that enhance a client's ability to manage data- essential precautions because of the financial and public relations fallout that often results from high-profile data breaches. And when a rapidly evolving crisis or emergency hits, Fernando mobilizes his interdisciplinary team of professionals and implements a response strategy to mitigate damages. Fernando's active involvement with Meritas, a worldwide affiliation of independent law firms across the U.S. and in 70 other countries, enables him to provide clients with services outside our jurisdictions.
In his thirty years of experience as a litigator, trial lawyer and counselor, Kenneth N. Rashbaum has been the trusted advisor to health care providers, health plans and multinational corporations on information governance and its compliance with federal, state, and international law. He has served as partner and Co-Chair of the E-Discovery, Compliance and Data Management Practice Group of AmLaw 100 law firm Sedgwick, Detert, Moran & Arnold, LLP, and Director of Consulting of Fios, Inc., where he founded and supervised the Health Care and Cross-Border divisions.
Ken has vast experience counseling multinational corporations on data protection and privacy laws and regulations in Europe, Asia, Canada, and South America. In his capacity as a nationally known expert on data privacy, he counsels health care providers on compliance with federal, state and judicial standards governing protected health information preservation, use and disclosure.
Muhammad Akram Sheikh
Mr. Muhammad Akram Sheikh is Senior Advocate of Supreme Court of Pakistan. While he has contested many cases which have caused major improvements in various areas of law, he has also been vocal on national and international forums for human rights, independence of judiciary and rule of law. He has been giving lectures and contributing in the press over complex legal issues. In recognition of his services he had been elected President of the Supreme Court Bar Association and currently he is member of Pakistan Bar Council. He has also held the position of Ambassador at large (with the status of federal minister) and Roving Ambassador of Pakistan. He has represented Pakistan in the United Nations Human Rights sub-Commission on Prevention of Discrimination & Protection of Minorities. He has been associated with leading national and international organizations and has participated in numerous international conferences and seminars.
Body of legal rules, norms, and standards that apply between sovereign states and other entities that are legally recognized as international actors. The term was coined by the English philosopher Jeremy Bentham. Important elements of international law include sovereignty, recognition (which allows a country to honour the claims of another), consent (which allows for modifications in international agreements to fit the customs of a country), freedom of the high seas, self-defense (which ensures that measures may be taken against illegal acts committed against a sovereign country), freedom of commerce, and protection of nationals abroad. International courts, such as the International Court of Justice, resolve disputes on these and other matters, including war crimes. See alsoasylum; immunity.