Federal and State Regulatory, Legislative, and Enforcement Landscape: Changes on the Horizon and Integrating New and Anticipated Initiatives Into Your Practice
Regional Director, Chicago
Securities and Exchange Commission
Enforcement Director, Office of Technology Research & Investigation
Federal Trade Commission
Maine Bureau of Insurance
John M. Abel
Senior Deputy Attorney General
Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General
Bureau of Consumer Protection
James J. Giszczak
Richard J. Bortnick
Traub Lieberman Straus & Shrewsberry LLP
- How are state and federal regulators coordinating with one another?
- As various agencies are becoming well-versed in security issues, they are looking to bring in their own teams to perform security assessments – how are companies to respond to this from a risk as well as from a cost-benefit analysis, especially if various agencies differ in their findings?
- What type of a data breach are various agencies interested in?
- What are their priorities?
- Are they more interested in preparations, risk assessments, protocols or are they more interested in what companies are doing to solve the problem and provide customers with some solutions?
- What is their stance on credit monitoring?
- Latest on the fines and penalties being assessed by regulators: how many of these fines are being seen these days? What is their size?
- What do regulators want companies to do to prepare?
- What causes them to bring an enforcement action?
- What do companies need to do to potentially avoid regulatory enforcement actions