Charleston Law welcomes CyberLaw forum to Charleston
The Charleston School of Law is a participating sponsor of the SentinelOne CyberLaw Forum this Thursday at the Charleston Museum Auditorium.
This dynamic event will provide attendees with deep insights into the cybersecurity landscape, including frequent problems and challenges that companies face every day. Panelists are led by experienced legal practitioners who focus on Databreach, Regulatory, Privacy, Healthcare, and Insurance markets.
10:45 – 11:15 PM: Keynote
Interview: Justin Hodges, Naval Information Warfare Center (NIWC), Defense Health IT Division Head and Chris Boehm, Senior Technologist, SentinelOne
Description: Current threat environment in the commercial and DoD sectors, are we turning the tables on threat actors or are they innovating to overcome our defenses?
11:15 – 12:00 PM DataBreach Update
Moderator: Amy Mushahwar, Alston & Bird
Panelists: Jonathan Fairthlough, KPMG; John Caruthers, Trident Group
Description: The Evolution of Ransomware: (RaaS, Threat Actors, Targets, Losses, Business Partner Outreach), Proactive Steps and Best Practices for Attacks Now.
12:15 – 1:00 PM Cybersecurity for Government Contractors: Tip of the Spear
Moderator: Evan Wolff, Crowell Moring
Panelist: Megan Stifel (Institute for Security + Technology)
Description: In this session, we will discuss the topics that are impacting government contractors, including Cybersecurity Maturity, Model Certification (CMMC), supply chain considerations, and working with the defense industrial base on proper cloud security and FEDRAMP certification.
2:00 – 2:45 PM Hot Topics in Cyber and Privacy Law: Looking at the Landscape for 2023
Moderator: Randy V. Sabett, J.D., CISSP; Cooley LLP
Panelists: Jay Kramer (National Cyber and Forensic Training Alliance – NCFTA); Gabrielle Whitehall, Asst. Gen Counsel, Iris.
Description: We will cover a number of important topics that will be of interest to those working on cyber and privacy law issues. The panel will cover a variety of issues, including business email compromise, updated SEC rules, cloud security, information sharing (including with law enforcement), bug bounty and vulnerability disclosure programs (and recent related cases), whistleblower exposure, and other similar topics.
2:45 – 3:30 PM Healthcare Under Attack
Moderator: Colin Zick, Foley Hoag LLP
Panelists: Aaron Heath, Medical University South Carolina (MUSC); Judith Beach, Judith Beach PLLC
Description: Healthcare organizations continue to digitally transform themselves. This transformation seeks to improve the quality of the case, increase patient access, and reduce costs. However, these goals are at odds with information security goals, as healthcare is the most attacked industry in the U.S. As healthcare continues to open pop-up clinics, establish patient portals, and create new remote telemedicine ventures, it must also keep patient care secure. What can healthcare, the most attacked industry, do about cyber defense and what lessons can other industries learn from healthcare?
3:45 – 4:30 PM Cyber Insurance – Promise or Problem?
Moderator: Chris Keegan, Brown & Brown
Panelists: Scott Godes, Barnes Thornburg; Chris Loehr, Solis Security
Description: Cyber insurance has become more difficult to purchase and much more expensive in the past two years. This panel will explore how to approach the cyber insurance application process, how to be best positioned for the insurance to respond to state attacks in a time of war, increasing regulatory oversight and what to do when insurers don’t respond.