In Person

Charleston CyberLaw Forum

January 19, 2023
Event details
January 19, 2023
10:00 am
Charleston, SC

Event summary

Cooley Special Counsel Randy Sabett spoke at SentinelOne’s Charleston CyberLaw Forum in partnership with the Charleston School of Law. This dynamic event provided attendees with deep insights into the cybersecurity landscape, including frequent problems and challenges that companies face every day.

Panels were led by experienced legal practitioners who focus on the data breach, regulatory, privacy, healthcare and insurance sectors. This one-day seminar provided educational and networking opportunities with a reception to follow in the evening. 

Featured agenda item
Thursday, January 19 | 2:00 – 2:45 pm ET

Hot Topics in Cyber and Privacy Law: Looking at the Landscape for 2023

Cooley Special Counsel Randy Sabett moderated the panel.

This panel covered a variety of recent issues, including business email compromise, updated Securities and Exchange Commission rules, cloud security, information sharing (including with law enforcement), bug bounty and vulnerability disclosure programs, whistleblower exposure, and other related topics.

For more information, please email Marissa Pilconis.

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