ACCLIMATING TO CHANGING REGULATORY, LEGISLATIVE & ENFORCEMENT ACTIVITIES AND BREACH NOTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

January 30, 2017 8:45am

Cameron L. Schroeder
Assistant United States Attorney Cyber and Intellectual Property Crimes Section
U.S. Attorney’s Office

Joseph Murphy
Attorney Advisor
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

Joseph P. Borg
Director
Alabama Securities Commission

Paul Singer
Deputy Chief - Consumer Protection Division
Office of the Texas Attorney General

Moderator:

Kirk J. Nahra
Partner
Wiley Rein LLP

FEDERAL

  • Update on where federal agencies are heading with cyber security and date privacy & protection
  • Existing and prospective Congressional action
  • Cyber security legislation and White House initiatives
  • FTC v. Wyndham
  • Scope of authority and data security standards
  • Deception and materially false representations
  • Cyber security initiatives; audits; fines and penalties
  • Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights
  • “Do Not Track” and behavioral advertising
  • FACTA
  • Online privacy

STATE

  • Current areas of focuses for state AGs
  • What a national notification law would mean for the states
  • “Reasonable” safeguards and encryption requirements
  • Acquisition of information v. access to information
  • Regulatory and enforcement insights
  • Security breach notification requirements
  • New trends and how to effectively remain compliant
  • Recent state settlement and enforcement trends