Join subject matter experts across policy, litigation, and regulation for an engaging discussion around privacy, cybersecurity, and AI.  This live event will be in our Washington DC office and will include perspectives from in-house leaders, a former FBI agent, an incident response forensic expert, world-class public policy experts, and our privacy and cybersecurity professionals.  The half-day program will offer topic-focused panels, including:

  • Compliance and vendor management – Best practices for risk-management in the event of a vendor data breach, as well as overall privacy compliance, from a regulatory, litigation, and in-house perspective. The team will unpack the current vendor-management playing field and the top trends in 2023.
  • Cybersecurity incident planning and response – New laws and regulations are encouraging businesses to enhance their security protections. SPB’s cybersecurity team will join cybersecurity forensic expert PacketWatch to offer practical insights on preparing for today’s regulatory, legal and threat landscape; and how to respond effectively in the event of a cybersecurity incident.
  • Litigation and enforcement – Regulators are increasingly focused on cybersecurity issues and AI.  This panel will discuss litigation trends and enforcement priorities across various regulatory agencies, including the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Department of Justice (DOJ). Former regulators, including Jeffrey Sallet, the prior associate deputy director of the FBI, and our litigation and enforcement experts will share insights on how to proactively approach a cyber-regulatory investigation, including best practices for responding to subpoenas and civil investigative demands. The panel will also address litigation challenges and negotiating resolutions with the relevant regulatory and law enforcement agencies.
  • Policy perspectives – Explore the opportunities and challenges that federal lawmakers face as they pursue policies that address the emerging technology of artificial intelligence (AI). As industry calls for a national legislative framework, lawmakers are scrambling to fully understand the technology in hopes of crafting legislation that provides guardrails without hindering innovation. The discussion will also address how policymakers at the state level are contributing to the national AI dialogue and its potential impacts on the economy.

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