"Beyond Breach: Current Departures in Cybersecurity Incidents and Response," Panelist, 2017 Privacy and Technology Law Institute, State Bar of Georgia, Privacy & Technology Section, October 2017.
Please save the date for the biggest Privacy and Technology Institute ever! Two tracks of programming, covering more than 10 different cutting-edge issues allow you to customize your experience. Mix and match from areas as diverse as blockchain, bioethics, and emerging cybersecurity issues, and attend keynote addresses by nationally-recognized thought leaders Peter Swire and Peter Kinsella, who will share their insights on the constantly changing world of privacy and technology. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to attend the most useful educational experience of the year for privacy and technology professionals.
This year, you will have the option to attend sessions on a Privacy or Technology Track, or mix and match from the offerings. The materials will be presented in electronic format only and attendees who preregister in advance will receive them prior to the event. On-site registrants will be able to download the e-book upon arrival at the Bar Center.
Friday, October 20, 2017
2017 Privacy and Technology Law Institute
State Bar of Georgia, Privacy & Technology Section
State Bar of Georgia Conference Center, 104 Marietta St., Suite 100, Atlanta Georgia 30303
Registration: 7:15-7:45 a.m.
Program: 8:00 a.m-4:45 p.m.
The program will offer 8 hours of CLE with an Optional 1 hour of Professionalism that can be self-reported.
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