Threats Unveiled: Legal Round Table
Washington, DC 20007
Cyber-related crimes often go beyond ransomware and malware, routinely involving activities such as remote IT worker fraud, insider theft of intellectual property and privacy concerns around anti-scraping. In this threat brief, a panel of industry professionals discussed some of these use cases and legal options with inside and outside counsel.
The panel included Cooley cyber/data/privacy special counsel Randy Sabett, speaking alongside moderator Jen Detrani, vice president and general counsel at Nisos, Evan Wolff, partner at Crowell and Moring, and Joe Oney and Vincas Ciziunas, intelligence consultants at Nisos.
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