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Third Party Risk Management, Vendor Management and Evolving Cyber Threats

Level: Advanced
Runtime: 79 minutes
Recorded Date: October 11, 2017
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  • What is Third Party Risk?
  • Third Party Service Providers
  • Regulatory Considerations
  • Third Party Risk Management Framework
  • Cloud Services
  • Conclusion
Runtime: 1 hour and 19 minutes
Recorded: October 11, 2017


To be a success, risk management needs to be implemented across the extended network. This panel discussion will focus on how to manage threats from vendors and third parties.

This program was recorded on October 11th, 2017.

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Zuzana Ikels

Polsinelli, PC

Zuzana S. Ikels finds protecting and defending clients to be the most important and rewarding aspect of being an attorney. She devotes herself to learning the client's business and understanding and voicing the client's perspective. Drawing upon her experience litigating cases across a wide range of industries, she formulates and implements creative but pragmatic legal strategies and solutions.

Her litigation practice focuses on handling complex commercial disputes, with particular emphasis in the healthcare, health tech and technology and telecommunications industries. She has successfully defended her clients against dozens of consumer class actions involving federal and state consumer-protection statutes and privacy laws, the False Claims Act, and other complex business disputes. Zuzana has an in-depth familiarity with IT and Big Data infrastructures, from advising on electronic records and retention programs, privacy and customer consent policies, devising strategic, e-discovery plans, database discovery and Big Data analytics. Through her in-depth knowledge of federal and state statutes and regulations governing privacy and security, the healthcare industry, and ecommerce, she devises creative and results-oriented legal strategies in high-stakes litigation. She has handled dozens of complex disputes and class actions involving federal and state competition, consumer-protection statutes and other privacy-related laws. She frequently counsels, presents on, and writes about privacy, interoperability, transparency, and consent, and other cutting edge laws and regulations, which effect the healthcare and Health Tech industry.

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Patricia S. Kim

Associate General Counsel
Micro Focus

Patricia Kim is Associate General Counsel for Micro Focus, one of the largest pure-play software companies in the world. In this role, Ms. Kim leads the Ethics & Compliance, Global Functions, and Litigation organization, which is comprised of a team attorneys and legal professionals who manage complex commercial and employment litigation, provide legal advice and support to various functions within the company, including Human Resources, Procurement, IT, and Real Estate, and manage internal and government investigations.

Prior to Micro Focus, Ms. Kim was Associate General Counsel at Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE). In September 2016, HPE announced its plan for a spin-off and merger of its non-core software assets with Micro Focus. That transaction closed in September 2017. While at HPE, Ms. Kim served as Associate General Counsel managing complex commercial and employment litigation, and prior to that role, served as Investigations Counsel within the Ethics & Compliance Office at Hewlett-Packard Company (HP) focusing primarily on government and internal investigations. While at HP, HPE, and now at Micro Focus, Ms. Kim has had significant experience managing both civil and criminal matters involving a broad range of issues in all parts of the world, and has provided advice and training across the business units on a variety of subject matters, including those related to attorney-client privilege, discovery obligations, data privacy, and internal and external communications relating to public and high-profile matters.

Ms. Kim serves on the Legal Department’s Diversity & Inclusion Committee and is active in the company’s pro bono and mentoring initiatives.

Prior to joining HP, Ms. Kim was a litigator at the Philadelphia and San Francisco offices of Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP, where she gained broad experience at all stages of commercial litigation and white collar/corporate criminal defense representations in state and federal courts. Ms. Kim’s pro bono representations included a criminal defense and subsequent civil rights case resulting in a successful jury verdict for a former death row inmate. Prior to her work at Morgan Lewis, Ms. Kim served as a judicial law clerk to the Hon. Stanley S. Brotman, USDC, District of New Jersey. She is a graduate of the University of Michigan, B.A. and the University of Michigan Law School, J.D.

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Shreya Vora

Corporate Counsel

Shreya Vora is Corporate Counsel with Salesforce's Privacy legal team, and has been with the company for 6 years. In her role as privacy counsel, Shreya partners with stakeholders across the company on privacy matters that impact product development, strategy, commercial transactions, M&A due diligence and integration, and also has a special focus on Asia Pacific privacy matters. In her time at Salesforce Shreya has also served as counsel for the company's Alliances and Commercial legal teams, supporting complex local and international commercial transactions with partners, resellers, and customers.

Prior to her work at Salesforce Shreya spent time researching privacy policy matters as a Graduate Legal Fellow at the Future of Privacy Forum in Washington, D.C. as the think tank's first fellow.

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