At the start of 2020, the legal and compliance communities were focused on the enactment of CCPA and other global privacy initiatives. As we come closer to the year's end, what are the legal experts focused on now? Which regulatory challenges should security leaders and businesses be mindful of in 2021? Join this exclusive panel for unique insight into:
Incident response and ransomware trends;
How CCPA has impacted organizations and the significance of CPRA on the November 2020 ballot;
Updates on information sharing and international collaboration with law enforcement, and how public and private entities can work better together.
Kristin Judge currently serves as CEO of the Cybercrime Support Network (cybercrimesupport.org). To address the needs of cybercrime victims, she founded this nonprofit to work with federal, state and local law enforcement and consumer protection agencies to help consumers and small businesses affected by cybercrime. With their United Way partners, CSN has been awarded over $3M in DOJ federal grants to serve
victims and is building the US "Cyber 911" to serve millions of cybercrime and online fraud victims. In 2008. she was elected to serve as a Washtenaw County Commissioner and supported the U.S. Department of Homeland Security in growing cybersecurity outreach to state and local government officials. After elected office, she worked at the Center for Internet Security, focusing on connecting state and local governments to federal services and technology needed to improve cyber security. As Director of Government Affairs at the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA), Judge worked with Google, FTC, FBI, SBA, DHS, NIST, congressional leaders and other key stakeholders across the country to educate consumers and businesses how to protect sensitive data.
Attorney, Cybersecurity, Information Governance and Privacy Practice Group, Troutman Pepper
Sadia Mirza is part of the Cybersecurity, Information Governance and Privacy practice group at Troutman Sanders, and is also part of the Financial Services Litigation practice group. She provides strategic privacy compliance counseling, and defends, counsels and represents companies on matters relating to data privacy, data use, and incident response and investigation, with an eye towards helping clients avoid litigation. Additionally, she has experience with the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA), the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA), as well as various other laws concerning privacy and cybersecurity. Mirza's in-house background allows her to understand the issues and concerns clients have and guide them toward resolution in a clear and efficient way. She has worked with clients from a variety of industries, including financial institutions, consumer reporting agencies, insurance companies, healthcare providers, and data and analytics providers. Prior to becoming an attorney, Mirza worked for JPMorgan Chase and Washington Mutual Bank. Her ongoing interest in the financial services industry led her to pursue an LL.M. in banking and finance after graduating from law school.
Special Counsel, Cyber/Data/Privacy Practice Group, Cooley LLP
A former NSA crypto-engineer, Sabett brings to Cooley LLP his extensive experience in data security, privacy, licensing and IP. Sabett has managed numerous data breach responses involving major retailers, financial and healthcare organizations, and on-line service providers. He served on the Commission on Cybersecurity for the 44th Presidency and has been recognized as a leader in privacy and data security in the 2007-2014 editions of Chambers USA. Sabett is a member of the board for the Georgetown Cybersecurity Law Institute and the Northern Virginia chapter of ISSA. He also is a frequent lecturer and author, and has appeared on or been quoted by a variety of national media sources.