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Experts from the Capital Region and across the country gatehred at Albany Law School for the two-day conference
Cybersecurity and the Law, held Thursday, October 19 and Friday, October 20, 2017. The conference explored legal issues, latest developments, and pressing information related to cybersecurity, including: Internet of Things; Insurance and Liability; Cyber 101; Cloud Computing and Legal Issues; and Breach Response. Panels also tackled cybersecurity issues in law enforcement and local government.
Each day featured a keynote lecturer: Mark S. Zaid, Esq., crisis management and national security specialist, Law Office of Mark S. Zaid (Thurs., Oct. 19); and Steven Spano, COO and President, Center for Internet Security (Fri., Oct. 20).
Panelists included: Rick Cobello, New York State Chief Information Security Officer; Jeffrey Kosseff, U.S. Naval Academy; Dr. Sasha Romanosky, RAND Corporation, Pentagon; Lt. Col. Mark Visger, West Point; Chad Walter, GreyCastle Security; and faculty members from the University at Albany, Albany Law School, and several other U.S. law schools. For a full list of speakers, click here.
This event was free and open to the public. Eight free CLE credits were offered. It was presented by the Albany Law Journal of Science and Technology, Center for Internet Security, the Cybersecurity and Privacy Law Center at Albany Law School, and the Sobota Lecture Series.