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SOURCE: L2 Federal Resources
This course is a must for in-house counsel who must assess the risk of cyber security countermeasures and whether technical or tactical strategies to prevent cyber attacks might introduce unique and unintended legal risks.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) January 04, 2013
Join us for a discussion of potential legal pitfalls that companies may face when they take affirmative steps outside their own networks to prevent or mitigate cyber attacks.
Depending on circumstances, defensive countermeasures could be construed as civil and/or criminal violations of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA), and the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA), and consequently they could pose significant legal risks that in-house counsel and their advisors should evaluate before authorizing conduct that could run afoul of either statute.
This 90-minute webinar will also address recent developments in the cyber security arena, including recent legislative initiatives, the President’s Executive Order and relevant provisions of the 2013 National Defense Authorization Act, which would impose new reporting requirements and promote more effective information sharing on cyber threats between industry and the Government.
This 90 minute webinar entitled “Cyber Security: Recent Developments and a Case for Self Defense” is scheduled for Wednesday, January 23, at 1 PM Eastern. To register, follow this link:
Addressing webinar attendees will be:
Megan L. Brown, partner in the law firm of Wiley Rein, LLP. Ms. Brown has significant litigation, appellate and regulatory experience before state and federal courts and agencies across the country. Ms. Brown has developed particular expertise helping businesses respond to federal, state and local regulation raising constitutional, administrative law and statutory issues. She litigates and counsels clients on complex legal issues involving federal preemption and the reach of government power.
Jennifer S. Zucker, partner in the law firm of Wiley Rein, LLP. Ms. Zucker's experience covers a wide variety of industries, including defense, intelligence, technology and software, government services, management consulting and private equity investment in government contractors.
Jon W. Burd, associate in the law firm of Wiley Rein, LLP. Mr. Burd conducts internal investigations involving allegations of contractor fraud or abuse in conjunction with Department of Justice (DOJ) and Inspector General (IG) subpoenas, suspension and debarment proceedings and employee whistleblower claims, and helps clients develop and maintain internal compliance and training programs.
Following the presentation, there will be an interactive 10-15 minutes question-and-answer session addressing material covered in the webinar. Webinar tuition is based on location, not number of participants, so each registration site can have multiple participants for one low price. To register, follow this link:
L2 Federal Resources provides expert-led training and education for the government contracting community. The company hosts several webinars on government contracting topic every month and offers downloadable recordings of past webinars at http://www.l2federalresources.com the company also blogs on government contracting topics at http://www.l2federalesources.com/blog . L2 is on twitter at @L2FedResources.
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