Jennifer Archie, Antony Kim, Bill Siegel, Katie Clark, Leslie Stubbs

This advanced workshop will address the unique challenges and share pro-tips for preparing for and managing a cyber-extortion, ransomware or other disruptive attack

  • Preparing your executive and IT teams to make sound and informed crisis judgments before the organization becomes a victim
  • Whether and how to engage with or make payments to threat actors, such as what are the essential components for OFAC for pre-payment “diligence” and for a “risk-based sanctions compliance program”
  • Industry-specific trends – healthcare, critical infrastructure in particular
  • What to expect from engagement with Law enforcement and other key government authorities
  • Substance and timing of communications with affected individuals, commercial partners, regulators
  • Minimizing or managing liability to third parties and litigation risks

Jennifer Archie, Partner, Latham & Watkins

Antony Kim, Partner, Latham & Watkins

Bill Siegel, CEO & Co-Founder, Coveware

Katie Clark, Senior Vice President, Crisis and Reputation Risk, Edelman

Leslie Stubbs, Enforcement Officer, Office of Foreign Assets Control, U.S. Department of the Treasury

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Antony Kim

Latham & Watkins

Bill Siegel

CEO & Co-Founder, Coveware

Jennifer Archie

Latham & Watkins

Katie Clark

Sr. VP, Crisis & Reputation Risk

Leslie Stubbs

Enforcement Officer
Office of Foreign Assets Control, U.S. Department of the Treasury