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You hear about cybersecurity in the news every day. Businesses and individuals continue to fall prey to hackers and cyber criminals in both new and old ways. In response, state and federal legislatures and regulatory agencies are trying to keep up by creating laws to govern data security practices. Insurance carriers are also offering new products to protect against these risks. Understanding your legal obligations and best practices to prevent and protect against cybersecurity risks is essential to every organization’s risk management in this ever-changing area.
Please join us on May 15th for an informative webinar from our Data Security, Privacy & Technology practice team attorneys on the subject of preventing and preparing for a data breach. Our topics will include:
The Webinar will begin at 2:00 p.m. and end at 3:00 p.m. EST.
As always, there is no charge for our webinar. We hope to see you there!
If you have any questions, please contact Nicole Bennett at email@example.com.
For information on our presenters, see below:
Allen E. Sattler
Mr. Sattler is a partner with Freeman Mathis & Gary in the Orange County office. He is a member of the firm’s Insurance Coverage, Labor & Employment, and Professional Liability national practice sections. He is also vice-chair of the firm’s Data Security, Privacy, and Cyber Liability practice team. Mr. Sattler is counsel to companies who have sustained a data breach or privacy violation, where he advises and defends those companies on matters concerning their obligations pursuant to breach notification laws, privacy laws and regulations including the TCPA, regulatory investigations, and class action lawsuits. Mr. Sattler also represents insurers who underwrite cyber liability policies, including technology E&O coverage. He has handled claims resulting from a variety of data security and privacy liability events, including for instance claims concerning network intrusions, employee data theft, cyber extortion including ransomware, multimedia liability including copyright and trademark infringement, and technology services liability.
Jonathan M. Romvary
Mr. Romvary is an associate with Freeman Mathis & Gary in the Philadelphia office. He is a member of the Business and Professional Liability, Labor and Employment Law, Construction Litigation National Practice Sections. Mr. Romvary is also a member of the firms Data Security, Privacy, & Cyber Liability practice team. Mr. Romvary has substantial experience representing a full range of clients involved in commercial and complex litigation matters. As a member of the Data Security, Privacy, and Cyber Liability practice team, Mr. Romvary advises and represents businesses in a variety of matters relating to data security, privacy laws and matters affecting intellectual property. Much of his practice involves advising clients on data security practices and incident response preparedness, as well as serving as breach counsel to organizations that have experienced an incident and need guidance on how to respond quickly, efficiently, and in a manner that complies with applicable law while mitigating risk and preserving customer relationships. Mr. Romvary’s industry and technology background includes cryptography and network security, computer architecture, information security, and computer science. Mr. Romvary is also knowledgeable of numerous programming paradigms including procedural and object-oriented programming languages.
Principal Consultant – Digital Forensics
Mr. Scott is a Principal Consultant with the Digital Forensics division of Envista Forensics. At Envista, Matt investigates and manages projects related to cyber incidents, computer forensics, and failure analysis of computer network equipment. With nearly 20 years of experience, Matt is highly proficient in the implementation of various computer forensic tools and data recovery. Considered a subject matter expert, he provides consulting expertise to the insurance, legal, law enforcement, private corporations, and public communities in matters of computer forensics.
*Note – FMG applies for Continuing Education and Continuing Legal Education Credit in multiple states. Until a course is approved by a particular state, we cannot guarantee credit. You must be present (online or in-person) during the full session to receive credit.