The MSBA's Computer & Technology Law Section Presents:
"After the Breach: Top 10 Security Problems Revealed"
Drawing on the experience of security experts who have responded to some of the world’s largest breaches, this seminar will highlight 10 common security mistakes uncovered across a variety of investigations. This seminar will address recurring problems related to corporate governance, breach response planning, network configuration, and user authentication. It will draw upon case examples across a variety of industries and will recommend fixes to these security issues.
Paul Luehr, Stroz Friedberg
Paul Luehr is Managing Director and Chief Privacy Officer of Stroz Friedberg, a global digital risk management firm that specializes in digital forensics, data breach response, electronic discovery, and business intelligence and investigations. Mr. Luehr is a former federal cybercrimes prosecutor and FTC Assistant Director who worked on matters ranging from Internet fraud and consumer privacy to the post-9/11 search of terrorist Zacarias Moussaoui’s laptop. He has appeared on national television, in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and was featured by Business Week as one of the nation’s top cyber-cops. Mr. Luehr is an author and frequent speaker and has lectured before the National Academy of Sciences, the FBI Academy, and the National Association of Attorneys General and has traveled abroad as a U.S. State Department Speaker on e-commerce and cybercrime. He is a graduate of Harvard University and the UCLA School of Law.
Michael Younger, Stroz Friedberg
Michael Younger is a Director of Digital Forensics for Stroz Friedberg. He is an expert on sophisticated computer intrusions and malware, theft of trade secrets, and complex e-discovery issues and has testified numerous times in state and federal court. Mr. Younger joined the firm after a 20-year career in the United States Air Force, retiring as a Special Agent with the Air Force Office of Special Investigations. In his last post, Mr. Younger served at FBI Headquarters in the Cyber Division and coordinated national-level computer intrusion investigations affecting the Air Force, Department of Defense, and 26 other federal agencies. Mr. Younger also served as Supervisory Special Agent Program Manager for the FBI’s Counterterrorism, Counterintelligence, Computer Intrusion Unit.
1 hour of Standard CLE credit to be applied for
Event Code: 175306
Date: Tuesday, January 8, 2013
Time: 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
600 Nicollet Mall, Suite 380
Minneapolis, MN 55402
The Computer & Technology Law Section Council will meet at 11:30 a.m., follow by lunch and CLE at Noon.
Teleconferencing is available. Please indicate this option when you register or contact Tram Nguyen by January 6. Teleconferencing information will be emailed on January 7.
Section Members: Free
MSBA Members (But Not Computer & Technology Law Section Members): $15.00
Non-MSBA Members: $35.00
Join the Section and attend the CLE for FREE (Section membership is now half off! You must be a current MSBA member. Section membership is good through June 30, 2013): $15.00
Law Students: Free
Refunds will be processed for cancellation requests received in writing on or before noon on the registration deadline. Requests should be directed to the event contact person listed at the bottom of this notice. Cancellation requests received after this time are not eligible for refunds. You may send a colleague in your place if you are unable to join us and the registration deadline has passed.
Requests for an exception to this policy should be directed to Nicole Battles, Section Services Director, by e-mail or at (612) 278-6336