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Our lawyers are well known for thought leadership across many platforms, and that tradition continues over the coming weeks. Please join us at these upcoming events to hear the latest trends, updates and insights within the global Data Privacy realm. For more information, contact the presenters or your relationship attorney.

“Best Practices to Leading Post-Cyber Incident Forensic Investigations and Understanding Litigation Implications Surrounding Forensic Reports”
Thursday, March 28 | 2:30 pm – 4:40 pm ET | Webinar

Given the proliferation of litigation stemming from cybersecurity incidents, organizations need to understand how legal teams direct forensic investigations in order must ensure forensic reports align with anticipated litigation scenarios. A forensic report is normally prepared by a cybersecurity firm following a thorough investigation into the nature and scope of a company’s cybersecurity incident. A report will generally identify areas in which a company’s IT infrastructure was not compliant with best practices, regulations and/or industry standards, or whether a third-party vendor is responsible for the gap in a company’s IT infrastructure – all evidence that could substantiate future legal claims, either if a company wants to go on the offensive or if the company must defend itself.

Join Colin Jennings, Katy Spicer and Meghan Quinn for this free CLE accredited webinar to better understand how to effectively lead a post-cyber incident forensic investigation and related discovery implications.

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Scott Warren (Japan/China) and Charmian Aw (Singapore) will be speaking in Singapore at the Global Legal ConfEx full day conference.  Scott will be moderating two panels, one entitled Breach Notification: A Deep Dive Into What, When and Who to Notify, and the other Strategies for Managing Risks and Ensuring Compliance with Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption

The UK Data Protection and Digital Information Bill (the Bill) received its second reading in the House of Lords on 19 December 2023. Although the Bill cleared that crucial milestone, the debate focused on the government’s last-minute introduction of sweeping powers enabling the Secretary of State to require banks and other financial service providers to monitor and to provide information from accounts into which benefits are paid. Although ostensibly intended to identify fraud, the Lords echoed the view expressed by campaigning group, Big Brother Watch, that it would be:

“wholly inappropriate for the UK Government to order private banks, building societies and other financial services to conduct mass, algorithmic, suspicionless surveillance and reporting of their account holders on behalf of the state”.Continue Reading Government access to personal data in bank accounts: a compliance challenge for banks, and a threat to EU adequacy?

Most U.S. public companies are gearing up to prepare and file their annual reports (Forms 10-K) between February 29th and April 1st.  This year’s preparations will be busier because the Regulations on Cybersecurity Risk Management, Strategy, Governance, and Incident Disclosure (Cyber Risk Regulations) issued by the Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) are now in force. Continue Reading FBI and DOJ Issue Guidance on SEC Incident Reporting Delay Requests

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