The Law and Policy of Cybersecurity Symposium
WHAT: This one-day Symposium will cover the critical legal and policy issues, challenges, and developments in cybersecurity.
WHO: Legal professionals, professionals who develop cybersecurity strategies and policies, and anyone who assists organizations in preparing for and responding to cyber incidents should attend.
WHY: Attendees will gain a comprehensive understanding of the legal and policy issues that they need to know when they represent clients, develop their organization’s cyber strategy and policies, or respond to cyber incidents.
Speakers and Topics to Include
Professor Michael Greenberger, JD Founder and Director, University of Maryland Center for Health and Homeland Security Moderator
Chris Inglis Former Deputy Director of the National Security Agency Keynote address
Ira Hoffman, JD Counsel, Butzel Long Current cyber landscape; major legal and policy issues; emerging issues
Jonathan Litchman and Dan Caprio CEO and Chairman,The Providence Group Recent data breach case studies; risk management and response strategies
NIST Official Executive branch initiatives; NIST Framework walk-through
Nancy Libin, JD Partner, Jenner & Block Civil liberties and privacy in cyberspace
Markus Rauschecker, JD CHHS Cybersecurity Program Manager Major federal and state legislation; important court decisions
February 5, 2016
Snow date February 26, 2016 8:30am – 3:30pm
Universities at Shady Grove
9630 Gudelsky Drive
Building II, Ballroom
Rockville, MD 20850
Free parking available
Registration is open until January 29, 2016 or until space is filled.
General Admission: $395
This symposium is designed to meet requirements for self-application for Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits in relevant states.
UM System Students: Free