The Cybersecurity + Risk Summit is a new full-day seminar on the pre-conference day, April 3, 2019,  to the International Privacy+Security Forum. The summit will examine emerging issues and risks in security, and offer best practices and benchmarking to help your organization address these complex issues on a global basis. It will explore new and existing cybersecurity laws around the world, including the EU, China, Canada, and elsewhere. It will combine thought leaders from legal, compliance, business and Boards of Directors.

Andrew Serwin, Partner Morrison & Foerster
Paul Schwartz, Jefferson E. Peyser Professor University of California Berkeley School of Law
Daniel Solove, John Marshall Harlan Research Professor George Washington University Law School

9:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Room 302

Data Breaches and Cybersecurity: The New International Landscape
Handling data breaches and cybersecurity increasingly involves international issues. Cybersecurity laws are emerging globally, such as the strict new law in China. Data breach notification requirements are springing up around the world, such as in the EU and Canada. Cyber threats come from all over the globe. This session will explore what you need to know about this rapidly-changing international landscape.

9:00am – 10:15am Session 1
Room 302

Talking to the Board About Cyber
Cybersecurity is now an essential issue for the Board.  Discussing cybersecurity with the Board is quite challenging, and this session will examine techniques and strategies to do so effectively.

10:45am – 12:00pm Session 2
Room 302

Global Cyber Enterprise Risk Management
Appropriately managing cybersecurity on a global basis is a team sport.  In order to appropriately manage these issues, a number of disparate teams must understand a company’s risk posture and tolerance, and be able to work effectively to integrate this information and take appropriate steps.  This session will address how to create and manage a structure that gives your company its best chance of managing cyber ERM.

1:30pm – 2:45pm Session 3
Room 302

Information-Sharing with Governments Worldwide
Information sharing is one of the most controversial issues in privacy and security.   While most people recognize the need for information sharing, there are many people who raise concerns about the nature and extent of information sharing on a global basis.  This issue has gotten only more difficult as globalization increases and trans-border data transfers become routine.  This session will focus on the how and why of information sharing, as well as provide key takeaways to help you understand your company’s risks and opportunities.

3:15pm – 4:30pm Session 4
Room 302

Andrew Serwin

Morrison & Foerster LLP

Daniel Solove

John Marshall Harlan Research Professor
George Washington University Law School

Paul Schwartz
Paul Schwartz

Jefferson E. Peyser Professor
University of California Berkeley School of Law