RSA 2019: Shining a Light on the Legal Side of Cybersecurity
Anti-malware, data encryption, two-factor authentication and the like most of the attention when it comes to discussions about cybersecurity. And while the technology feats associated with navigating the modern cyber landscape are intriguing and complex, perhaps not enough attention is paid to how the law shapes the ways in which cybersecurity works. We spoke with a few lawyers at the 2019 RSA Conference in San Francisco to get a better understanding of how their roles impact cybersecurity, either within their organizations or in the way they advise and handle their clients.
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- C.M. Toke Vandervoort, SVP, Deputy General Counsel, Under Armour
- Randy Sabett, Special Counsel, Cooley
- In-house legal counsel are more than compliance cops — they can and should help to solve business problems.
- Compliance with PCI DSS and other basic regulatory security standards seems obvious, but is often overlooked by startups and small businesses.
- GDPR and the California Consumer Privacy Act are forcing companies to think about cybersecurity in a different way.