Dorsey's New York office is hosting a seminar on innovative and proactive responses to potential cyber intrusions.  Topics will include:

      • Advantages of using the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act to bring a civil action for a violation of the federal computer crime statute;
      • Relying on the Department of Justice to prosecute the Economic Espionage Act;
      • Proposed legislation pending in Congress to make theft of trade secrets a federal civil action; and
      • Structuring corporate governance compliance to anticipate the variety of state breach notification requirements.

In addition to providing insightful legal context, we will provide practical tips on:

      • What to do before the hackers strike
      • How to detect and investigate intrusions when they happen
      • What to do when your data has been compromised or stolen
      • How to prevent, detect and combat insider threats
      • What legal tools can you use to stop hackers and thieves
      • Do you contact law enforcement, and if so, when and how

Speakers will include:

      • Mark J. Schildkraut, Senior Intellectual Property Counsel, Becton Dickinson
      • Edward M. Stroz, Executive Chairman, Stroz Friedberg, former FBI Special Agent responsible for the formation of the FBI Computer Crime Squad
      • Nick Akerman, Partner, Dorsey & Whitney LLP
      • Robert E. Cattanach, Partner, Dorsey & Whitney LLP
      • RJ Zayed, Partner, Dorsey & Whitney LLP

For additional information on this event, please contact Dorsey Events.