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Trending Up: Review of Cyber Litigations in 2023 and Going Into 2024



Content Partner:  Legal Cyber Academy (AKA Global Cyber Institute)
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Description: Today, most businesses know that cybersecurity threats are as much of a technical risk as they are a legal and regulatory one. The consequences of a cyber event are costly, and the proof is in the numbers. The United States, in particular, leads the world in incurring the highest average cost of data breaches, much of which is incurred through customer litigations and regulatory enforcement. In 2023, cybersecurity regulations across all sectors were plentiful, and some defining cyber-attacks, such as the MOVEit data breach, or cases such as Merck Co. Inc. et al. v. ACE American Insurance Co. et al., will have lasting effects on corporate cybersecurity. Looking to 2024 and beyond, knowledge of the past year’s cyber litigations and regulatory developments will enable lawyers to proactively assess risks, develop robust cybersecurity strategies, and navigate the complex landscape of cybersecurity litigation.
 
In this seminar, our expert panelists will begin by giving background about cybersecurity and the threat landscape in 2023. Audience members will get a better understanding of the different modes of attack that threat actors may use as well as context into one of the biggest breaches of the year so far. The experts then go on to outline the new and proposed SEC rules related to cybersecurity. They describe the new disclosure requirements as well as the proposed consumer protection rules. The panelists then focus on the defining cybersecurity litigations of 2023, sharing the key insights and lessons to retain from the past year’s events. They conclude by sharing what to expect and prepare for in the future of cybersecurity litigation.  

Topics covered in this webinar:   
  1. Data Breach and Cybersecurity Landscape in 2023
  2. Tightening of Cybersecurity Regulation: New and Proposed SEC Cyber Rules
  3. Legal Responses to Digital Threats and Breaches
  4. Critical Concern for Cyber Litigations in 2024
This course is brought to you by Legal Cyber Academy and West LegalEdcenter, a CeriFi brand, and is taught by Daniel B. Garrie, Esq., Founder at Law & Forensics; Neutral at JAMS; and Faculty at Harvard, Hon. Thomas Vanaskie, Of Counsel, Stevens and Lee, Brian Levine, Managing Director, Cybersecurity and Data Privacy, Strategy and Transactions, Ernst & Young, David Hamilton, Managing Counsel, Global Privacy, Fiserv, and Jeffrey Caso, Associate Partner, McKinsey & Company.

Key Words: Attorney, Litigation, Cybersecurity, Cyber Litigation, Legal, Cyber Regulation, SEC, Regulatory Enforcement, Data Breach, Cyber Attack, Cyber Insurance, Phishing.



Practice Areas: Complex Litigation, Information & Privacy, Information Technology Law & E-Commerce, Insurance Law
Online Media Type: Video
Production Date: 12/13/2023
Level: Intermediate
Category: Standard
Duration: 1 Hours, 1 Minutes
Online Format: On Demand
Course Type: Public

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Speakers:
Daniel B. Garrie - Esq. | Founder | Law & Forensics; Neutral | JAMS; Faculty | Harvard
Brian Levine - Managing Director | Cybersecurity and Data Privacy | Strategy and Transactions | Ernst & Young
David Hamilton - Managing Counsel | Global Privacy | Fiserv
Jeffrey Caso - Associate Partner | McKinsey & Company
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