Cybersecurity in Higher Education: Challenges, Risks and Defenses
October 31, 2016
By: Monica C. Barrett Tracy E. Miller
Breakfast Briefing Co-Sponsored by Bond, Schoeneck & King and Kroll
8 - 8:30 a.m.: Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:30 - 10 a.m.: Complimentary Program
Monica Barrett and Tracy Miller, Bond, Schoeneck & King PLLC
Ben Demonte, CISSP, Associate Managing Director, Cyber Security and Investigations, Kroll, Former Assistant Director, FBI’s Regional Forensic Laboratory, New Jersey
Institutions of higher education hold sensitive data about students, faculty, and the administration across numerous parameters—personal, financial, medical, and intellectual property. As a result, colleges and universities face a confusing array of laws and regulations in the cybersecurity arena. At the same time, they have become a primary target for hackers and cybercriminals from the United States and abroad. Proliferating reliance on mobile devices and the mounting threat of ransomware also call for rigorous new approaches to risk assessment and remediation. This program will provide practical strategies for colleges and universities to tackle the escalating risks posed by cyberattacks.
Among other topics, the program will cover:
- Analysis of FERPA, HIPAA, the Gramm-Leach Bliley Act and other laws and regulations that govern cybersecurity in higher education;
- Current trends in cyberattacks and ransomware; and
- Cybersecurity insurance and third party agreements.
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This event is intended for the invited guests of Bond, Schoeneck & King PLLC and Kroll, who reserve the right to deny admission to any registrant.