Identifying Emerging Risks for Corporations

Level: Advanced
Runtime: 61 minutes
Recorded Date: February 01, 2017
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• The Internet of Things
        - Risks posed by the computers we’re not thinking about
• What’s Hiding in Your Building?
        - A case study in securing non-traditional, high-risk ESI
• Mobility Risk
        - What to do when your data has left the building
• Wrap-up

Runtime: 1 Hour
Recorded: February 1, 2017


Emerging data risks are newly developing risks that cannot yet be fully assessed but could, in the future, affect the viability of an organization’s strategy, ethics/compliance plan and business model. One way to identify them is to focus on whether the critical assumptions underlying the strategy are becoming, or have become, invalid. Our panel of established professionals will discuss highly effective strategies for the identification and assessment of emerging data risks.

This program was recorded on February 1st, 2017.

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Jason Rosselot

Director Product Cyber Security
Johnson Controls

Jason is the leader in cyber security as it relates to a multi-billion portfolio of products and services developed and deployed by Johnson Controls Building Technology & Solutions, with direct line responsibility for managing product cyber security risk. He is responsible for product cyber security strategy and architecture, incident response, security risk management, governance, and risk and compliance.

Shea G. Leitch

Associate, Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Group
Orrick Herrington & Suttcliffe

Shea's practice focuses on data privacy and cybersecurity. Shea also has experience in cutting-edge privacy litigation. Her clients are engaged in diverse industries including pharmaceuticals, technology, financial services, and industrial manufacturing and supply.

As a Certified Information Privacy Professional in both U.S. and European privacy law (CIPP/US and CIPP/E) and member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), Shea works with clients on compliance programs addressing multi-national rules, regulations, and best practices governing the collection, use, transfer and disclosure of personal information. She has also advised clients subject to regulatory investigations and litigation involving a spectrum of federal and state laws.

Shea is an active member of the IAPP and the Sedona Conference Working Group 11 – Data Security and Privacy Liability. She is a contributing author to Orrick’s cybersecurity and data privacy blog: Trust Anchor. Shea also helped to draft commentary regarding the proposed amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.

Dan Rizzolo

Managing Director
OmniVere, LLC

Dan is a Managing Director in Omnivere’s Chicago office. He specializes in complex electronic discovery, computer forensics, data analysis, and legal operations consulting services. Dan’s relevant experience includes some of the largest and most complex legal data exercises in the world, including the Madoff disputes, tobacco litigation, the Enron matters and high profile criminal actions. He has led data and computer forensic teams responding to SEC, DOJ and OIG investigations. He has worked on matters involving mass torts, accounting fraud, mergers and acquisitions, oil and gas, pharmaceuticals, internet/ecommerce disputes, bankruptcy, securities fraud, intellectual property and labor and employment litigation. Dan has consulted with in-house counsel and law firm management on systems strategy, discovery/litigation support strategy, records retention programs and information governance strategy, and managed litigation support functions. He has also managed in-house and outsourced litigation support, IT and facilities management departments of up to 215 employees.

Dan is an attorney who has spent most of his career in consulting and operations positions related to IT, finance, operations management, outsourcing, disputes, and investigations. Before joining Omnivere, Dan co-founded Esicon Consulting, and held senior management and consulting positions with Navigant Consulting, Bowne & Company, and Arthur Andersen.

Dan received a J.D. from Villanova University School of Law and a B.A. from the University of Illinois. He publishes and speaks on topics related to electronic discovery and information technology. Dan is a member of the 7th Circuit’s E-discovery Pilot Program, where he is a Co-chair of the E-mediation Subcommittee. He is also an adjunct professor teaching electronic discovery at the Loyola University Chicago School of Law.

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