Big hacks and data leaks are nothing new but we have seen a huge surge in reported breaches in recent years. Personal privacy receives a lot of news coverage but what is being done to combat cybercrimes against financial institutions and financial service providers?
Join our panel of experts as they answer questions like:
What legislative solutions can we expect from the 116th Congress?
Where do regulatory initatives like the EU's GDPR play a role?
How can your organization be proactive in ensuring that your users' data is safe?
We look forward to seeing you for this essential discussion on keeping your organization's private information safe and secure. Refreshments will be provided.
Confirmed panelists include:
Moderator: Thomas Rosenfield; President, HillStaffer. Thomas is the President and CAO of HillStaffer, a bipartisan, public affairs consulting firm specializing in government relations, strategic communications and member engagement to national trade associations, professional and scientific associations, and international companies.
Col. (Ret.) Timothy Evans, J.D., LL.M., SVP, Chief of Strategy & Co-founder of Adlumin, Inc. Colonel Evans (Ret) commanded the 175th Network Warfare Squadron at the National Security Agency (NSA) for six years. Additionally, he represented NSA as a member of the White House National Security Council Sub-Interagency Policy Committee on both offensive and defense cybersecurity issues.
Brian E. Finch; Public Policy Partner, Pillsbury Law. Brian has extensive regulatory and government affairs advocacy experience and is a recognized authority on global security and cybersecurity threats. Brian provides strategic legal counsel to companies from nearly every industry regarding regulatory issues, cyberattacks, national defense and intelligence policies, and homeland security concerns.
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