As we becme increasingly dependant on information transmitted and stored in digital formats, ssues related to cybercrime are rapidly becoming central to all areas of the law. This is not stated as a criticism but rather as a fact that must be addressed by whatever means possible, including programs such as the one described below::
The White House announces a Cyberspace Policy review, proclaims a national security concern and appoints a czar; the FTC is about to issue “Red Flag” ID-theft compliance plan mandates; the Computer Hacking and Intellectual Property (CHIPS) units at DOJ and various U.S. Attorney’s Offices are gearing up; and “hacking” and HIPAA prosecutions are on the rise. Get the picture?
Whether you provide compliance/governance advice to corporations, counsel corporations about data breach crisis-response, or defend individuals, getting up to speed on where we are and where we are going is critical. An experienced panel of prosecutors, defense lawyers and cyber-experts will discuss these and other issues.
Ronald H. Levine, Esq., Partner and White Collar Practice Chair at Post & Schell, PC
Michael L. Levy, Esq,. United States Attorney, Eastern District of Pennsylvania Ronald E. Plesco, Jr., President & CEO, National Cyber Forensic Training Alliance (NCFTA)
Meredith S. Auten, Esq., Partner, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP Kenneth R. Sharpe, Esq., Deputy Attorney General, New Jersey Attorney General’s Office
When: 6:00-8:00 p.m. (Beverages and light fare from 6:00-7:00 p.m.)
Thursday, October 15, 2009
Where: Post and Schell, P.C.
Four Penn Center 1600 JFK Boulevard, 13th Floor Philadelphia, PA
This program is sponsored by the ABA Criminal Justice Section White Collar Crime Committee Mid-Atlantic Region and Young Lawyers Subcommittees.
*Complimentary CLE (MCLE Credits have been applied for in Del., NJ, PA and VA)
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