As the Director of the University of South Carolina School of Law's Cybersecurity Legal Task Force, Connell Foley's Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Group chair Karen Painter Randall will present at the law school's 2019 Cybersecurity Legal Institute.
The Cybersecurity Legal Institute, to be held on April 4, is a one-day conference sponsored by the law school’s nationally renowned Cybersecurity Task Force and co-sponsored by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. National cybersecurity and privacy experts from across all vertical industries will share their experiences and insights on the rapidly evolving threat landscape, emerging technologies, risk management best practices, preparedness, and resilience strategies. Keynotes will be delivered by Maneesha Mithal, Associate Director of the FTC’s Division of Privacy and Identity Protection and Daniel Sutherland, Associate General Counsel, Office of the General Counsel, U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Business executives, professionals, CISOs, government officials, academia and others responsible for protecting their organization’s security infrastructure and sensitive information should attend. Sponsor exhibitions and networking with task force members and speakers is included.
Karen will present on "Here Today... Gone Tomorrow: Business Email Compromise Attacks." According to the Institute website, this program "will address the BEC risk and solution with a discussion on what best practice tips to implement in order to avoid becoming a victim of a business email compromise attack including having an effective security policy in place, security awareness training and incident response planning." Joining Karen in the discussion are Douglas Hemminghaus, Assistant Special Agent in Charge, National Security Branch, Federal Bureau of Investigation; and Keith Novack, Associate Managing Director, Cyber Risk Practice, Kroll.
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