Webinar: The New Age of Executive Protection: Cyber Risk Security

An executive faces cyber risks - at work, at home, in the community and in front of the board.

Too often cyber security is viewed as an issue relevant only for businesses holding customer data. The reality is quite different. Hackers often target a company's executives and their relationships, putting them at risk of being extorted, controlled or attacked. Cyber criminals can find attack vectors on social media sites, like Facebook, corporate profiles like Linkedin, or even an executive blog.

Learn best practices from experts who have had to defend against cyber theft, evaluate companies for the risk of cyber crime, respond to and investigate theft-related breaches or seek legal remedy to recover losses.

Featured Speakers

Jonathan Fairtlough, Managing Director, Los Angeles Office Head, Kroll
Jonathan Fairtlough is a managing director and LA Office Head. Previously Jonathan was Deputy Practice Leader with Kroll’s Cyber Investigations practice. He joined Kroll after a distinguished career with the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office where he served as both a prosecutor and co-founder of the office’s High Technology Division. At Kroll, Jonathan leads teams that provide comprehensive investigative services for digital forensics, data breach response and complex cyber-crimes.

Brian Finch, Partner, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP
Brian Finch is a partner in the law firm’s Public Policy practice and is based in Pillsbury’s Washington, DC office. Brian is a recognized authority on global security matters. He specializes in counseling on regulatory and government affairs issues involving the Department of Homeland Security, Congress, the Department of Defense, and other federal agencies. Brian in particular focuses his practice on assisting clients with matters involving cyber security, national defense and intelligence policies, homeland security concerns, and in general providing proactive advice to mitigate liability in the event of a significant security incident.

Date: November 4, 2015

Start Time: 10 a.m. Eastern

60 mins