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Guillermo Christensen to Moderate “Data Security Awareness in Action” Panel

Guillermo Christensen to Moderate “Data Security Awareness in Action” Panel
April 26, 2019

Ice Miller partner Guillermo Christensen will moderate “Data Security Awareness in Action,” a panel discussion at the American Bar Association Section of Litigation & Solo, Small Firm and General Practice Division CLE Conference in New York on May 1 at 2:00 p.m.

The panelists will include Michael DeNicola of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Leeza Garber of the Capsicum Group, Reginald M. Rasch of Rakuten USA Inc. and Guneet Sachdev of IBM Corporation.

The session will be an interactive experience in which panelists will demonstrate real hacking techniques and engage the audience in a conversation about the legal implications of those techniques and how to prevent and mitigate their effects.

The Section of Litigation & Solo, Small Firm and General Practice Division CLE Conference gathers litigators, solo and small firm practitioners, lawyers and judges to discuss the latest litigation strategies, case management, trial skills and practice advice. The event will host over 60 CLE programs and 11 networking opportunities across three days.

Guillermo’s panel will count toward a technology CLE credit. Register for the event here.

Guillermo Christensen is a partner in Ice Miller’s Data Security and Privacy and White Collar Defense Groups. Guillermo combines his experience as an attorney, a former CIA intelligence officer and a diplomat with the U.S. Department of State to shape and inform the advice he provides to clients on various enterprise risks involving cybersecurity and national security law. His cybersecurity experience ranges from conducting information security risk assessments that take a “whole of company” approach to managing responses to security incidents and breaches, including those where a nation-state or insider threat may be involved. Guillermo also counsels clients in managing national security reviews through the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), particularly those involving high-technology and critical infrastructure sectors.

This publication is intended for general information purposes only and does not and is not intended to constitute legal advice. The reader should consult with legal counsel to determine how laws or decisions discussed herein apply to the reader’s specific circumstances.



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