Nutter hosts ACC Northeast’s program “The Corporation As Victim: Cyber Crime, Hacking & Data Breach”Print PDF
Nutter hosted the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) Northeast’s program “The Corporation As Victim: Cyber Crime, Hacking & Data Breach” on June 25. The session, moderated by Jonathan Kotlier, chair of the firm’s Government Investigations and White Collar Defense practice group, brought together a group of leading experts to explore the latest in risks and vulnerabilities to which businesses are exposed and how companies are dealing with them. The panel discussed what trends in technology imply for in-house counsel and how they should prepare; the protection available to your company; how the government approaches computer crime; and the options available to companies if they are a victim of cyber crime.
Peter M. Acton, Jr., Director/Senior Counsel, Global Compliance EMC Corporation
Adam J. Bookbinder, Assistant US Attorney, Cybercrime Unit, US Attorney's Office, District of Massachusetts
John T. Martinez, Chief Privacy Counsel, Senior Counsel for Cybersecurity and Special Missions, Raytheon Intelligence, Information and Services, Raytheon Company
Peter Trahon, Executive Director, Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services (Forensics Technology, Cyber Crime Investigations, Computer and Network Forensics), Ernst & Young; Former Chief, Cyber Division, Federal Bureau of Investigation
The program was followed by cocktails and networking and 34 guests attended.