Cyber Security Enterprise Planning
Please join us for an interactive panel discussion as we discuss cyber security enterprise planning. By the end of the discussion, you will have five takeaways that you can implement now. Hosted by Taylor English Duma LLP and Rheem Manufacturing Company, this discussion will focus on the following topics:
- Why cyber security preparedness planning and enterprise risk management are essential to protecting your information, your clients' information and the public at large
- How to plan for an incident: response planning and preparation
- How to prevent what happened to Equifax, Uber and others from happening to you
- How cyber security can be used as a tool for growth
- And other similar topics
As a friend of Taylor English and Rheem, we encourage you to attend at no cost. Taylor English has applied for 1.5 CLE hours for this event.
Who Should Attend
In-house counsel, risk management professionals, IT security professionals, board members and senior management and anyone else who is responsible for preventing or responding to cyber security breaches.
Cyber Security Panel
|Allen W. Nelson | Moderator | Taylor English Duma LLP |
As a former public company general counsel, Allen W. Nelson has significant experience leading global teams, and providing advice on a wide range of topics important to boards of directors and members of senior management including cyber security, government investigations and negotiations, risk management, intellectual property issues, and ethics and compliance.
|Mitzi L. Hill | Panelist | Taylor English Duma LLP |
Mitzi L. Hill has worked on evolving technology issues for 20 years, largely with a focus on how new technologies affect consumers, commercial intellectual property strategy and commercial compliance. Her practice focuses on data security and privacy, entertainment and media matters, and technology licensing and development.
|Rachael Lee Zichella | Panelist | Taylor English Duma LLP |
Rachael Lee Zichella practices both commercial litigation and labor and employment law at Taylor English, where she is a partner with experience representing corporations, boards of directors, and individuals in complex matters. She regularly appears nationwide in federal and state courts, and in arbitration, and litigates matters through trial, which she greatly enjoys.
Brennan M. Stewart | Panelist | Rheem Manufacturing Company
Charged with oversight of the entire corporate compliance program, Brennan provides counsel, guidance, and advice with respect to the development, implementation and maintenance of Rheem’s policies, procedures and training. She also provides legal guidance on privacy, data security and consumer protection laws and regulations. She directly collaborates with the Information Technology department with implementing preventative safeguards for compliance, and provides legal advice and counsel on implications and exposure resulting from privacy requirements.