There is no denying – cyber and law are increasingly intersecting and the result includes increased litigation surrounding cybersecurity. In fact, there is a current digital privacy case in review by the U.S. Supreme Court.
Everyone is talking about technology and legalities; no one is talking about the money.
Trish Carreiro, Esq. from Axinn and Chip Block, VP from Evolver and cyber technology expert, will guide attendees through current cyber case law and discuss how looking at the cyber threat from a dollars and cents perspective can actually be more defensible and accurate. Outside Counsels and General Counsels will take away tangible recommendations on how to better protect your and your clients’ data.
Join Evolver and Axinn for our Cyber & Law Webinar where we will discuss:
Chip Block, Vice President, Evolver, Inc.
Chip has over thirty years of advanced technology research and development experience and has spent the last fourteen years in the information assurance and cyber technology arenas. His research has included federal projects with DARPA and the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) in the development of advanced cyber technologies and commercial work with Internet of Things with a focus on medical devices.
He is the author of numerous papers on cyber insurance, medical devices, and the Internet of Things. He received the ACT-IAC Individual Contributor of the Year Award in 2016 and is a certified FAIR analyst.
Patricia Carriero, Esquire,AXINN
Trish Carreiro practices in the firm’s Litigation Group and has experience in a broad range of civil litigation, including cybersecurity, commercial litigation and insurance disputes. She has appeared before courts and administrative agencies alike and frequently publishes on cybersecurity issues.
She received her undergraduate degree in Public Policy Studies from Duke University (BA, most distinguished honors), and her law degree from New York University, where she was a member of the Law and Liberty Journal. During law school she was awarded “Best in Mediation” in the International Alternative Dispute Resolution Mooting Competition in Hong Kong, and featured in an international press release on leadership.