NTCA Webinar

Cybersecurity: How to Best Protect Your Data
and Limit Your Legal Liability When Data Is Breached

Sponsored by:

Bennet & Bennet

November 30, 2017
2:00 p.m. ET


In this webinar, attendees will get to know cybersecurity basics, discuss data protection methods and network security recommendations, and review the importance of the attorney-client privilege doctrine when establishing procedures and processes to prevent cyberattacks and limit liability associated with cyber breach incidents and recovery.

Preregistration is required for the webcast


About the Presenters

Moderator: Carri Bennet, Principal, Bennet & Bennet

Erin Fitzgerald, associate, Bennet & Bennet, advises telecommunications and technology-based clients on issues regarding cybersecurity, spectrum auctions, wireless devices, Universal Service Fund programs, network neutrality, licensing issues and E-911 obligations. She also serves as regulatory counsel to the Rural Wireless Association.

Allen O'Roarke, Of Counsel, Womble, Bond & Dickinson, comes to the aid of clients affected by data breaches and cyber-attacks. He works with clients' legal and information security teams to investigate cybersecurity incidents, coordinate the remediation of any breach, interface with law enforcement as appropriate, and ensure compliance with applicable data breach laws and regulations.

Andrew Silberstein is the chief commercial officer for CyberESI, a security management and solutions company. A 25-year technology industry veteran, he is responsible for leading the company's commercial operations including engineering, sales, marketing, and overall daily operations. Andy has led his team in conducting cybersecurity risk assessments, awareness training programs, and continuous security monitoring services. Silberstein has a B.Sc. in electrical engineering from Rutgers University, M.Sc. in electrical engineering from Johns Hopkins University, and an Executive MBA from the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology


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