Please join us at University of San Diego’s Institute for Peace & Justice for our 3rd annual Cyber Law, Risk & Policy Symposium on Thursday, November 5, 2020.
Globally regulators are enforcing the growing number of privacy and security laws through repeatedly targeting security failures as their key mechanism to protect confidential and personal information, including consumer data. Passage of data protection and cyber laws like the California Consumer Privacy Act require lawyers to make informed decisions about “reasonable security measures,” and technologists to understand the legal risk for failing to implement and comply with such. The importance of hybrid cyber professionals and collaboration across organizations and industries is critically important.
The University of San Diego’s Center for Cyber Security Engineering and Technology will host the Third Annual Cyber Law, Risk and Policy Symposium to be held at the Institute for Peace & Justice on November 5, 2020. This one day Symposium explores the intersection of cyber and law and will provide legal skills to technologists, and technology skills to legal professionals. Learn about the threats, solutions, technologies, strategies, and challenges facing the global cyber arena from world thought leaders and industry experts across a wide range of different sectors including critical infrastructure, insurance, healthcare, retail, government, and more! Cyber Law Attendance Certificates will be provided to attendees that attend the entire day.