New SEC Cyber Disclosure & CISA Reporting Rules focus of firm’s virtual fireside chat

From the SEC, CISA and FTC, it can be a challenge for legal practitioners to stay up to date on legislative and regulatory changes and anticipated future enforcement proceedings in their unique areas of practice. However, it can be a game changer when those rule changes impact law firm governance.

Butzel is hosting a virtual fireside chat from noon to 12:45 p.m. on Tuesday, February 20, featuring a panel of legal professionals who will explore how to navigate the recent regulatory cybersecurity disclosure and reporting risks and challenges to law firms. The virtual fireside chat is complimentary, however, registration is required by visiting: https://butzel.

Featured panelists include:

• Claudia Rast – shareholder – Butzel – She has been at the forefront of data protection and emerging technologies throughout her career. Whether counseling clients on preparing for, or responding to, global cyber incidents, complying with new state consumer privacy laws, or implementing policies and procedures to effectively use generative AI tools such as ChatGPT, she maintains her position as a renowned leader among technology practitioners.

• Kenneth N. Rashbaum – partner – Barton – He advises multinational corporations, financial services organizations, life sciences organizations, and other businesses that collect, use, and share electronic information in the areas of privacy, cybersecurity, e-discovery for litigation and regulatory proceedings and information management. He counsels these entities on information governance and its compliance with federal, state, and non-U.S. laws and the interface of e-commerce and legal and regulatory liabilities in areas such as cybersecurity and breach response.

• Joseph Brunsman – founder and president – Brunsman Advisory Group – He is a former IT that holds a bachelor’s in Robotics from The United States Naval Academy. Upon leaving the Navy 2015, he began work in the cyber insurance field which led him to obtain his master’s in Cybersecurity Law from the Carey School of Law. He is the best selling author in the nation on the topic of cyber insurance and cybersecurity law. His next book on Tech E&O is due for publication in late 2024.