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Tuesday, January 29, 2019 from 7:30 am to 7:00 pm

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4300 Nebraska Ave. NW, Yuma Building-T06
Washington, DC 20016

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Jennifer Chen
ACC Foundation

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On behalf of the ACC Foundation, we invite you to participate in our one-day Cybersecurity Summit at American University Washington College of Law. This Summit will further explore key topics of interest stemming from the recent release of the 2nd edition of the ACC Foundation 2018: State of Cybersecurity Report. Cybersecurity touches every aspect of consumer and corporate culture today, and vulnerabilities present grave financial, legal, and reputational risks to the enterprise and individuals. Preventing, preparing for, and responding to data breaches in real time are chief concerns for organizations. This Summit is a unique way to engage and educate professionals concerning this timely topic and will offer educational sessions for attendees to sharpen their cybersecurity skills and knowledge. The content will focus on key concerns organizations face related to cybersecurity, prevention and best practices. The Summit will run concurrent educational sessions with topics of interest for law firms, corporations, and government officials.

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7:30 am - Registration and Networking Breakfast

8:30 am - Opening Plenary Session: The State of Cybersecurity Report - an In-House Perspective Highlighting Results from the 2018 Report

9:45 am - Morning Breakout Sessions:

- Cyber Insurance Update: What's the Latest?
- Use of Artificial Intelligence in Fighting Cyber Attacks

11:15 am - Networking Break

11:30 am - Morning Breakout Sessions:

- What to do in a Ransomware Attack: Table Top Exercise
- The Current State of Privacy Legislation in the US and Abroad

12:45 pm - Lunch Plenary Session: How do GC's Forge an Alliance with the CISO and the Board on Cybersecurity Issues?

2:30 pm - Afternoon Breakout Sessions:

- Internet of Things: What do Corporations Need to Know?
- Beware of Vendor Vulnerabilities! Your Company is Liable for their Deficiencies

4:00 pm - Networking Break

4:15 pm - Closing Plenary Session: Can Companies and the Government Really Work Together on Cybersecurity?

5:45 pm - Evening Networking Reception

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Mary Blatch
Associate General Counsel
Director of Advocacy and Public Policy

Association of Corporate Counsel

David Hechler
CyberInsecurity News

Amelia Hukoveh
Senior Corporate Counsel

Lily Lim
Privacy, Cybersecurity and Intellectual Property
Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP

Asha Muldro
Deputy General Counsel & Senior Managing Director
Guidepost Solutions

Pedro Pavón
Senior Managing Counsel

Karen Painter Randall
Adjunct Faculty & Director of Cybersecurity Legal Task Force
University of South Carolina School of Law

Kathy Barlow
Senior Vice President
Marsh USA

Erika Brown Lee
Chief Privacy and Civil Liberties Officer
U.S. Dept. of Justice

Mike Carroll
Professor of Law & Director, Program on Information Justice & Intellectual Property
Washington College of Law

Khurram Nasir Gore
Staff Counsel, Product &
New Business

Michael Kraft
General Counsel
Kraft & Kennedy, Inc.

Robin Myers
Director of Research

Phil Yannella
Ballard Spahr

CLE credit will be offered - states pending.  Please check back in a few weeks for more details