Cyber-Risk Management for General Business Lawyers
November 07, 2014 | 6.0 General CLE Credits
“Cyber-Risk”: financial, operational, political, and reputational risk of loss resulting from crimes or acts of war or terrorism using the universe of technologies involved in creating, processing, storing, and communicating data.
This program is built for attorneys to support: building business; bringing greater value to their clients; ability to talk with "management"; and issue spotting in the ever-evolving world of cyber-risk. Cyber-risk is no longer just an "I.T." issue but has become more and more part of the business lawyer's due diligence. This specially designed program will address, from a lawyer's perspective, issues such as: how rampant cybercrime can affect even the smallest business; cyber-risk issue-spotting for lawyers; allocating cyber-risk by contract; credit card indemnities, and other fraudulent payments schemes. If you are a business lawyer or work with a business (even your own) this program will provide you with critical information and tools.
By "cyber-risk" we refer to financial, operational, political, and reputational risk of loss resulting from crimes or acts of war or terrorism using the universe of technologies involved in creating, processing, storing, and communicating data.
8:00 a.m. - 8:55 a.m.
Registration and coffee service
Welcome and Program introduction
Program Chair: Leo Clarke
Session 1: Cybercrime Report
A survey of the latest developments in cybercrime and its effects in Western Washington
How common is cybercrime; what types of crimes and losses occur in Western Washington; and what is the likelihood of arrest and restitution
Presenter: Jenny Durkan, U.S Attorney, Western District of Washington; David Brenner, Riddell Williams; Sean B. Hoar, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP
Session 2: The Lawyer's Role in Cyber-Defense
Cyber-Risk Management-fundamentals all lawyers now need to know.
Why and how clients need lawyers to become involved; cyber-risk issue-spotting for lawyers; legal contingency planning and disaster recovery plans; translating IT jargon and legalese into business talk; Cyber-risk issue spotting.
Presenter: Leo Clarke, TechRisk.Law
Session 3: Vendor Management and Contract Negotiation
Helping your client seize the power of the pen and deal with adhesion IT contracts.
Allocating cyber-risk by contract up and down the supply chain. Analyzing key contract terms, typical market-resolutions, and strategies for dealing with the bargaining power of IT vendors.
Presenter: Louisa Barash, Davis Wright Tremaine
Session 4: Protecting Proprietary Information and Responding to Intrusions and Breaches
Even the most sophisticated companies have experienced thefts of data, followed by extortion or black market sales.
How can your client protect its proprietary information in a world of ever-increasing connectivity? What are the client's responsibilities to customers and employees whose non-public information is stolen?
Presenter: Gavin Skok, Riddell Williams
Lunch (on your own)
Session 5: Banking and Payments Issues
What happens when cybercriminals steal your client's bank account information and loots its account or steal credit card information as in the infamous Target disaster?
Learn the legal issues surrounding bank account takeovers, credit card indemnities, and other fraudulent payments schemes. What are the responsibilities of banks and their customers? What can merchants do to protect themselves?
Presenter: Sean B. Hoar, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP
Session 6: Shifting the Risk of Cybercrime: Evaluating and Negotiating Insurance
Cybercrime can cause catastrophic losses. The insurance industry is finally addressing the needs of the digital economy.
Learn what losses can be insured and how to determine the best overage for your client, to evaluate appropriate limits, and to identify and negotiate the key terms.
Presenter: David Brenner, Riddell Williams
Session 7: Ethical Considerations in Data Security
What are the responsibilities of in-house and outside counsel with respect to security of client information?
What ethical duties do lawyers face in the age of cloud-computing, out-sourcing, and "bring your own devices"?
Presenters: Amit D. Ranade and Kurt Kruckeberg, Hillis Clark Martin Peterson
Session 8: Creating a Cyber-Risk Tool-Kit
What lawyers need to know so that their clients aren't caught empty-handed.
Cyber-attacks occur without warning and a delayed response can be disastrous, both financially and brand-wise. Learn what you need to have ready to help your client mitigate both risk and losses.
Presenter: Martin C. Loesch, COO and General Counsel, Strategies 360; John Du Wors, Newman Du Wors, Seattle & Los Angeles; and Leo L. Clarke, TechRisk.Law
Session 9: Questions & Answers
Our speakers answer your questions on cyber-risk and current legal developments.
Leo Clarke, Tech Risk.Law
Louisa Barash, Davis Wright Tremaine
David Brenner, Riddell Williams
Jenny Durkan, U.S Attorney, Western District of Washington
John Du Wors, Newman Du Wars, Seattle & Los Angeles
Sean B. Hoar, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP
Kurt Kruckeberg, Hillis Clark Martin Peterson
Martin C. Loesch, COO and General Counsel, Strategies 360
Amit D. Ranade, Hillis Clark Martin Peterson
Gavin Skok, Riddell Williams
General Registration - Attorneys - $225.00
Seattle University School of Law Alumni - Attorneys - $195.00
Live Webcast - $225.00