LES Houston Chapter presents:
THIS EVENT IS POSTPONED
Cybersecurity in a High-Value Data World
An Expert Presentation
Data is a key component in today’s business transactions. High-value data is often the target of a cyberattack. Organizations dealing with intellectual property face a unique challenge when developing and executing a cybersecurity strategy. However, organizations can learn from the breaches that others have faced and implement new strategies to prevent future incidents and reputation-damaging headlines. This program will examine past breaches, thefts of IP, lessons learned, and what can be done to better protect against cybersecurity breaches.
- The high-dollar value in licensing data in today’s transactions and liability for breaches.
- The types of breaches previously experienced by IP organizations.
- Breaches focused on theft of trade secrets.
- Where did the attacks originate from?
- How were the breaches discovered?
- What could have been done to prevent the breach?
- Are there similar flaws in my organization’s culture, strategy, or protocols that I can address to prevent a similar breach?
- Considerations for agreement provisions/clauses to better protect an organization handling data for its customers, contractors, vendors, etc.
CLE: One hour of CLE credit is being applied for.
Light hors d'oeuvres, beer, wine and soft drinks.
Thursday, May 21, 2020
5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
The Briar Club
2603 Timmons Ln
Houston, TX 77027
Parking: Garage parking and complimentary valet parking included
Through May 15:
Nonprofit educational member:$10.00
After May 15:
Nonprofit educational member:$10.00
Prof. Stephen T. Black, J.D., LL.M.
2019-2020 Visiting Professor, University of Houston
Professor of Law, Texas Tech University School of Law
Prior to moving to Texas, Professor Black taught at the law schools of Brigham Young University, the University of New Hampshire, LSU, Syracuse University, the University of Idaho, and at the University of Washington Foster School of Business. He focuses on cyberlaw, entrepreneurship, intellectual property, and tax issues. He is a frequent speaker in the U.S. and Asia and has been named a Visiting Scholar at the National University of Singapore.
Professor Black has been cited in Forbes, and his articles have been published in leading national law journals. He writes for the blog, “Legal Hacker.”
He has an LL.M from the University of Washington, a J.D. from the J. Reuben Clark Law School and a B.S. in Mathematics from Brigham Young University. He began coding at age 12 (does anyone remember Pascal?), works with students on entrepreneurship technology, and is teaching himself to play the ukulele..
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