Cybersecurity Legal Task Force Webinar – Fighting Cybercrime: Is Your Organization a Soft Target?

Fighting Cybercrime: Is Your Organization a Soft Target?

Webinar - Tuesday, October 29, 2019 12:30 - 2:00 PM

Federal prosecutors and investigators have been at the forefront in the ongoing fight against cybercrime. U.S. businesses, organizations and financial institutions have been the targets of a variety of cyber-attacks -- from nation-state intrusions involving economic espionage, to transnational organized cybercrime groups engaged in business email compromises, ransomware and other malware-related attacks.

In this webinar, representatives from the United States Attorney community and the Federal Bureau of Investigation will explore the current global threat landscape, the efforts of federal law enforcement to combat these threats, and best practices for mitigating the risks associated with the threats.

This Webinar will also discuss the new guidelines for preventing a ransomware attack published by the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA).

Webinar Panelists

  • Joy Flowers Conti, Senior District Judge, U.S. District Court, Western District of Pennsylvania
  • Charles A. "Tod" Eberle IV Chief, National Security & Cyber Section U.S. Attorney's Office
  • Brian Stevens, Special Agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
  • Steven Kaufman, Principal Deputy Chief Counsel, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency
  • Karen Painter Randall, Chair, Cybersecurity and Privacy, Connell Foley LLP in New Jersey

Who should attend the webinar?

  • State and local government
  • School Districts
  • Small and medium size businesses
  • Lawyers
  • Business and insurance executives
  • In House Counsel
  • Law firm and corporate management
  • CEOs, CISO, CIOs, DPOs and CFOs
  • Carriers & brokers
  • eRisk Hub licensors
  • IT professionals

1.5 Hours of SC Ethics CLE Credit (198092ADO)
Attendees need to make sure that they add their email address when signing up for the webinar.

Any questions, please email Gary Moore, Assistant Dean for Academic Technology at

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