The list and severity of risks that can affect a transaction continue to grow, with cyber becoming an alarmingly difficult challenge for firms of all sizes. With tighter scrutiny around Regulations S-P and S-ID, a variety of disclosure obligations and new encrypted messaging apps, conducting proper cyber due diligence is imperative. However, will cyber diligence slow the deal? What are the implications for taking shortcuts?
Join Kroll for an insightful live virtual panel with current and former government officials, cyber and finance experts followed by Q&A. Registrants will receive a $25 Uber Eats voucher* to order lunch ahead of the session.
Schedule: 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. (EST)
Key Takeaways Include
- Growing focus on Regulation S-P and S-ID to improve information security and operational resiliency
- Disclosure obligations: when, how, and to whom should you disclose? What are the impacts?
- Validating and managing foreign investment risk
- Cyber diligence questionnaires: What to include and how to interpret findings
- Antony Kim, Partner, Cybersecurity, Privacy, and Consumer Protection, Latham & Watkins
- Charu Chandrasekhar, Counsel, White Collar & Regulatory Defense Group, Debevoise & Plimpton
- Jacqui Giammarco, Chief Compliance Officer, Stone Point Capital
- Greg Michaels, Managing Director, Cyber Risk, Kroll
- Hosted by Samuel Jacobs, Assoc. Managing Director, Cyber Risk, Kroll
*Uber Eats may not be available in your city. Limit one per person. Full terms and conditions apply.