IN-HOUSE THINK TANK: SOCIAL ENGINEERING AND EMPLOYEE TRAINING, THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS ROLE IN COMPLIANCE, UPDATE ON CYBER THREAT SHARING LEGISLATION, GOVERNANCE AND BUDGETING

January 30, 2017 10:05am

Christopher T. Pierson
EVP, General Counsel and Chief Security Officer
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John Ansbach
General Counsel
General Datatech, L.P.

Adam Rubin
General Counsel
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Erez Liebermann
Chief Counsel, Cybersecurity & Privacy
Prudential Financial

  • Board Level Communication and the Enforcement of the Self-Regulatory Principles
  • What role should the Board of Directors play in ensuring compliance? What are regulators expecting from boards?
  • What to focus on during annual/quarterly privacy review process
  • Telephone Consumer Protection Act: how are companies dealing with the increased use of texting for communications with consumers in light of increasing regulatory enforcement and class action litigation risks under the TCPA?
  • How much “due diligence” is required for a decision to be considered “reasonable” in making the decision not to notify?
  • Finding the balance between using customer data and conserving customer privacy
  • Voluntary sharing of information with government agencies
    • To what extent do new laws and regulations limit the circumstances under which a company will be liable?
  • What strategies have companies employed to make themselves feel comfortable with sharing information, while remaining compliant?