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Webinar: Cyber Issues in the Midst of COVID-19
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 Export to Your Calendar 7/22/2020
When: Wednesday, July 22, 2020
2:00 pm EDT
Where: Online Webinar
United States
Contact: Kyle Schaller
856.642.4416


Online registration is available until: 7/22/2020
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To maintain productivity while working remotely, companies accelerated their moves to the digital world, relying heavily on the internet and mobile apps. This presents a heyday for cyber criminals to prey on any under-prepared and unsuspecting work force. Security researchers say that nation-state hackers in China and Eastern European cybercriminals exploit weaknesses through a range of phishing and malware attacks. Companies must either protect their IT systems and digital platforms or fall victim to cyber attacks.

 

This webinar, presented by JPMA Associate Member Freeborn & Peters LLP, will reveal typical weaknesses, cyber attack methods, and inform companies of available tools to protect their digital infrastructure.

 

Presenters

 

Robert Stines

 

Robert Stines is a Partner in the Litigation Practice Group and a member of the Emerging Industries Team. In representing professionals and SMBs, Robert litigates matters that affect companies interacting through the Internet and digital platforms such as cybersecurity, privacy, cyber-insurance, and e-discovery. To better assist clients with data privacy and cybersecurity matters, he earned a certificate as an IAPP US-law privacy professional. Robert has represented companies and professionals who have been sued for cyber-incidents where funds and private data were misappropriated. In addition to speaking engagements, Robert has written articles analyzing the evolution of cyber law, cybersecurity, and emerging technologies. He also hosts a cyber law blog at techlawX.com.

 

Jeremy Richardson

 

Jeremy Richardson is a Partner in Freeborn’s Litigation Practice Group and member of the Intellectual Property Practice Group. Jeremy works primarily with consumer product manufacturers and in particular the juvenile products industry. Clients leverage Jeremy’s vast expertise – including his fashion law background – and rely on him in times of opportunity and need.  Jeremy partners with clients to provide practical solutions on an array of matters that include trademark and copyright protection; intellectual property license agreements; minimum advertised price policies; terms and conditions of sale; and third party logistics and warehouse agreements; and contract disputes. He is also sought after by manufacturers of children’s goods to provide counsel on regulatory compliance matters.

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