Date: 21st May 2021
Time: 11:00 AM CST
Cybersecurity is a very real threat to any business, but especially those that retain any sensitive client information. Using a hypothetical scenario, Janet will discuss recent examples of cyberattacks and what types of businesses can be attacked. She will review the basics of cyber security and cyber risk assessment as well as the differences between cybersecurity and privacy and how to protect and consider both.
Janet V. Hallahan
Janet has helped a wide variety of companies navigate complex corporate, technology, privacy/data security and intellectual property legal matters for over fifteen years. She has worked as a corporate and technology attorney not only as a transactional firm attorney but also as in-house counsel in the healthcare industry and the cloud-based technology industry, and accordingly offers a unique perspective on corporate and technology matters. Janet focusses her practice on corporate and technology transactions, commercial agreements, cloud computing/software, privacy and data security as well as the licensing, protection and sale of intellectual property and related commercial agreements. She is certified as a CIPP/US information privacy professional by the International Association of Privacy Professionals. Janet is an adjunct professor at Rutgers University School of Law where she teaches Healthcare Data Security, Privacy and Technology.