In Person

CyberLaw Forum: The State of Cyber Law

January 18, 2024
Charleston Museum Auditorium
Event details
January 18, 2024
9:00 am – 4:45 pm Eastern Standard Time
Charleston Museum Auditorium
360 Meeting St.
Charleston, SC 29403

Event summary

Participants learned about top cybersecurity issues and topics at SentinelOne’s CyberLaw Forum. Presented in partnership with the Charleston Law School, 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, artificial intelligence, supply chain and insurance markets. This one-day seminar also offered networking opportunities, with a reception in the evening.

Featured agenda item

Thursday, January 18, 2024 | 11:05 am – 12:00 pm EST

AI: Hot Topics … Transforming Cybersecurity

Cooley cyber/data/privacy special counsel Randy Sabett moderated a session on artificial intelligence in which three cybersecurity professionals discussed hot topics in AI and its impact on cybersecurity.

For more information, please email Amanda Meier.

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