Join the chief GDPR regulator and our own Mason Weisz in San Francisco on Wednesday, November 7 for a free “fireside chat” sponsored by the European Union. With a few other distinguished panelists, they will discuss EU, U.S., and California privacy developments. Food and drink will be served.
Join Marc Zwillinger at the 2018 Privacy + Security Forum in Washington, DC where he will speak alongside a vendor and a regulator on a panel that aims to discuss the ins and outs of alternative data including how to determine whether or not a source is reputable and best privacy practices for vendors.
Ohio has become the first state to enact legislation providing safe harbor for businesses that implement a written cybersecurity program that “reasonably conforms” to certain cybersecurity frameworks or laws to protect personal information. In the September 19, 2018 issue of The Cybersecurity Law Report, Jason Wool provides insights on the significance of the Ohio Data Protection Act, which will become effective on November 2, 2018. This article is paywalled.
ZwillGen welcomes longtime friend of the firm and former Oath/Yahoo attorney, Chris Madsen, to ZwillGen as Counsel and Managing Director for ZG Subpoena Solutions (ZGSS). “Chris brings valuable perspective and insight gained from years of in-house experience and at the Department of Justice,” said Marc Zwillinger. “He has a deep understanding of how to navigate nuanced legal and policy issues, particularly with respect to law enforcement matters. We are very lucky to have him help lead ZGSS.” This Law360 article is paywalled.
Allison Bender will be attending Black Hat USA 2018 where she will be participating in the briefing, “Legal Landmines: How Law and Policy are Rapidly Shaping Information Security,” which aims to discuss emerging legal trends in information security.
Allison counsels Fortune 50 companies and startups in a range of industries on cybersecurity and privacy matters in the U.S. and internationally. Drawing from her roots in government, national security, and R&D, she helps clients navigate legal issues associated with emerging technologies and aids clients in strategically managing legal, financial, and reputational cybersecurity risks.
As an increasing number of states expand their breach notification laws to include user credentials, companies should review their policies surrounding password creation and storage. In this Law360 article, Jason Wool discusses these laws as well as issues companies should consider when reviewing their password practices. This article is paywalled.
WASHINGTON, D.C., July 31, 2018 – ZwillGen welcomes longtime friend of the firm and former Oath/Yahoo attorney, Chris Madsen, to ZwillGen as Counsel and Managing Director for ZG Subpoena Solutions (ZGSS).
Chris joins ZwillGen after more than a decade working on law enforcement and security matters in government and in-house at Oath/Yahoo, most recently as Vice President & Chief Counsel for Global Law Enforcement, Security and Safety. While at Oath/Yahoo, Chris led the legal teams responsible for formulation and implementation of law enforcement, data security, and content moderation policies and gained first-hand experience with a panoply of legal and policy issues that companies face with respect to law enforcement, data breaches, and user-generated content.
Chris said, “I am excited to work with ZwillGen and ZGSS to bring innovative solutions to clients that have to respond to government and third-party demands for data. Companies have to adapt to changes in demands for user data, in volume and in type, and keep up with frequently changing law and industry practice. ZG and ZGSS are leaders in this area, with deep experience and connections. I look forward to building on this foundation and adding my own in-house experience to help clients stay on top of these important issues.”
ZwillGen Founder, Marc Zwillinger, stated, “Chris brings valuable perspective and insight gained from years of in-house experience and at the Department of Justice. He has a deep understanding of how to navigate nuanced legal and policy issues, particularly with respect to law enforcement matters. We are very lucky to have him help lead ZGSS.”
Media Law Resource Center is partnering with Berkeley Center for Law and Technology for their annual conference, Legal Frontiers in Digital Media. The conference explores emerging legal issues surrounding digital content in today’s multi-platform world. Stacey Brandenburg will be speaking at the session, “Scraping By with the Computer Fraud & Abuse Act.”
Stacey Brandenburg will be attending Practicing Law Institute’s program, Fashion and Retail 2018: Trends and Developments. She will lead the session, “Cybersecurity Issues for Retail and Fashion Brands,” where she will discuss recommendations and strategies for combating cyber incidents before they occur.