Federal Regulatory, Legislative, Enforcement and Investigation Landscape: Changes on the Horizon and Integrating New and Anticipated Initiatives Into Your Practice

March 23, 2015 8:30am

James J. Giszczak
Member
McDonald Hopkins PLC

Peter M. Angelini
Assistant Special Agent in Charge
The Federal Bureau of Investigation – Chicago

Matthew A. Parrella
Chief, Computer Hacking/Intellectual Property (CHIP) Unit
United States Attorney’s Office, Northern District of California

Thomas J. Smedinghoff
Partner
Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP

Wesley L. Hsu
Assistant United States Attorney Chief, Cyber and Intellectual Property Crimes Section
U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Central District of California

Eric Shiffman
Supervisory Special Agent
The Federal Bureau of Investigation – Chicago

Aaron Burstein
Attorney Advisor
Federal Trade Commission

David Glockner
Regional Director, Chicago Regional Office
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

  • What should firms be thinking about with respect to cybersecurity and compliance?
  • Plans this year with respect to technology & cybersecurity?
  • When does a public company need to disclose a cybersecurity incident or risk?
  • Impact the Cybersecurity Framework will have on the cybersecurity insurance market
  • Lessons learned from recent data breaches
  • Recent trends in money mule networks
  • How can businesses best work with law enforcement to increase the likelihood of a successful prosecution with regards to criminal computer intrusions?
  • What are the trends you see in enforcement?
  • What steps can future victims take to raise possibility that their case can be successfully investigated and prosecuted by federal law enforcement?
  • Data collection – should the federal government create a data repository of information from insurance companies?