Passage of cyber laws like the California Consumer Privacy Act require lawyers to make informed decisions about “reasonable cybersecurity,” and technologists to understand the legal risk for failing to comply. The importance of hybrid cyber professionals and collaboration across organizations is critically important. The University of San Diego's Center for Cyber Security Engineering and Technology will host the Second Annual Cyber Law, Risk and Policy Symposium to be held at the Institute for Peace & Justice on November 7, 2019. This one day Symposium will explore the intersection of cyber and law by offering comprehensive and thoughtful panels on managing vendor cyber risk, assessing and calculating cyber risk, understanding “reasonable security,” developing defensible security programs, learning from global comparative cyber laws, participating in a cyber law roundtable, conversing with law enforcement (including FBI, District Attorney and California Attorney General’s Office), and observing a live data breach and incident response. Learn from world thought-leaders on the future of cyber law, network with peers, and develop skills as a hybrid cyber professional. Cyber Law Attendance Certificates will be provided to attendees that attend the entire day.
IOT, Reasonable Security and Med-Tech
Globalization of Cyber & Comparative Cyber & Global Regulations
CCPA & Reasonable Security Programs
Calculating Cyber Risk
Vendor Risk & Management in New Age
Law Enforcement Panel Discussion
Cyber Law Roundtable
Live Data Breach & Incident Response
Who Should Attend
Register before Tuesday, October 1, 2019, and enter discount code: CLRPS100 for a $100 early registration discount.