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Understanding the Complicated Game of Attribution and Figuring Out If and How to Work with Law Enforcement

Content Partner:  Legal Cyber Academy (AKA Global Cyber Institute)
Price: $200.00*
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This CLE will provide attendees an overview of cyber attribution through a legal lens.
In the cyber realm, criminal attribution is a key delineating factor between cybercrime and other threats. When investigating a given incident, law enforcement is challenged with tracing the action to its source and determining whether the actor is a criminal or whether the actor may be a terrorist or state actor posing a potentially greater national security threat. Blurry lines between various types of malicious activity in cyberspace may make it difficult for investigators to attribute an incident to a specific individual or organization.
From the perspective of the victim, some degree of factual uncertainty attaches to any of type of attribution, although attribution to an ultimately
responsible party, also implicates to a very large degree legal, policy, and political questions. But from the perspective of the adversary, the ability to conceal its identity from the victim with high confidence is also uncertain. 
The decision to work with law enforcement will ultimately come down to the desired outcome of the organization, and evaluating if attribution is even feasible. 
Topics that will be discussed: 
1. Overview of Cyber Attribution 
2. Strategies and checklist for lawyers to use when attempting to determine if and how to work with law enforcement. 
3. Best practices for reaching out to and working with local and national law enforcement 
This course is brought to you by the Global Cyber Institute and Thomson Reuters. It is taught by Daniel Garrie, Law and Forensics, Eddie Doyle, Check Point, and Scian Shafle, Mullen Law. 

Practice Areas: Enforcement & Anti-Piracy, Information Technology Law & E-Commerce, Intellectual Property Law
Online Media Type: Audio
Production Date: 11/07/2018
Level: Intermediate
Category: Standard
Duration: 1 Hours, 2 Minutes
Online Format: On Demand
Course Type: Public

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Daniel B. Garrie, Esq. - Executive Managing Partner, Law & Forensics
Edwin Doyle - CheckPoint Software Technologies
Ryan Loughlin - Partner, Mullen Coughlin LLC
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