9/17-18/2014: At the eDiscovery & IG Retreat which brings together lawyers, thought leaders, and technology vendors, Amy Mushahwar will speak about rightsizing information governance and security programs. You can read more about the retreat and register on the Ing3nious website.
8/21/2014: During the breakfast roundtable “Identity and Access Intelligence,” Amy Mushahwar and Mercedes Tunstall will discuss the role of Identity & Access Management solutions and processes in your enterprise's information security program. They will focus on topics such as authentication techniques, federation, privileged identity management, and risk-based authentication. Additionally, attendees are eligible for 4 CPE credits. You can read more about the event and register online here.
6/10/2014: At the "Computers, Freedom, and Privacy" annual conference, Marc Zwillinger alongside other notable panelists will present “The case for—and against—a FISA "Special Advocate." The three day conference focuses on emerging issues in law, privacy, and technology with presentations centered on the conference theme “The Internet Wants to be Free.” For more information about the conference visit their website.
5/15-16/2014: Marc Zwillinger and Ken Dreifach will speak at the seventh annual Legal Frontiers in Digital Media 2014 conference in Mountain View, CA. During the two day event and over the course of six featured sessions, topics such as “Digital Media in the Age of NSA Surveillance" and "Mobile Legal Issues,” will be discussed. Overall, the conference focuses on the legal issues surrounding digital publishing and content distribution.
5/9/2014: With companies turning to social networks to advertise and market their products; competitors, customers, and regulators are closely watching to prevent deceptive advertising. During Bridgeport’s program - “Advertising, Marketing & Media Law Litigation and Best Practices” - Anna Hsia will discuss the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). View the full program.
5/5/2014: The Federal Communications Bar Association (FCBA) presents “NSA Telephonic and Electronic Surveillance: The Executive, Legislative and Judicial Drivers of Reform and Likely Outcomes.” Marc Zwillinger will join the second panel in discussing the "Obama Administration and Congressional Reform Initiatives of Domestic and Foreign Surveillance." The program will take place at Drinker Biddle & Reath on 1500 K Street. More details and registration can be found on the FCBA website.
4/7/2014: "Are the N.S.A. Leaks Sinking U.S. Companies? Understanding the Global Implications of the N.S.A. Disclosures on the U.S. Technology Industry." Elizabeth Banker and other panelists will discuss how in the midst of the N.S.A. disclosures, U.S. tech companies conducting business abroad face threats to their ability to retain customers and maintain data integrity. This symposia is hosted by The National Security Law Brief at the Microsoft Government Affairs Office (901 K Street NW, #11) from 2:00 - 4:30 p.m.
3/28/2014: At The American University’s 2014 Symposium – “Corporate Counter-Terrorism: The Role of Private Companies in National Security,” Marc Zwillinger along with other notable panelists will present “Perspectives from the Government and Private Sector.” A conversation about the difficult spot providers find themselves in when faced with secret government demands while they are trying to protect user privacy and promote transparency. Learn more about the symposium here.
2/27/2014: Ken Dreifach will moderate the panel – “Privacy & Regulation for Online Marketing” at LiveRamp's annual summit, RampUp. The summit will focus on connected data for the cross-channel marketer. To learn more about the panel and the summit's agenda topics click here.
2/20/2014: At Edward Bennett Williams American Inn of Court, Stacey Brandenburg - along with representatives from the Department of Justice computer crime and intellectual property division, and moderator Mary DeRosa - will discuss legal and practical considerations for responding to a data breach and cybersecurity incidents. Additionally, they will discuss best practices and how to navigate reporting requirements to law enforcement, consumers, and government regulators.
2/19/2014: Moderated by Wall Street Journal Reporter - Jennifer Valentino-DeVries - Marc Zwillinger and featured speakers & commentators will discuss how the declining cost of surveillance is affecting our privacy rights and what we can do to ensure our privacy remains protected. Read more about the event. Please note, if you cannot join in-person, a live webcast of the event will also be available.
2/18/2014: Join Jon Frankel at 1776’s “Drink & Learn” where Jon will speak about the DOs and DON’Ts related to privacy and data security in connection with the collection, use, sharing, and protection of consumers personal information. "Drink & Learn" events are open only to 1776 members. You can learn more about 1776 here.
10/18/2013: Marc Zwillinger will serve as a panelist at the Managed Funds Association's Outlook 2013 on a panel titled "Cyber Security: Arming Your Firm Against the Rising Risks of Cyber Threats." The session will take place on Friday, October 18th from 8:00 a.m - 9:15 a.m. You can register for the event here.
9/26/2013: Marc Zwillinger will be speaking on the Compliance Panel at a Privacy and Data Security CLE
9/17/2013: Ken Dreifach will be participating in the "Third Party Data Use in an Email Context and Related Policy Issues,” at the ESPC Annual Meeting at the Mofo Offices at 2000 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 6000