We are pleased to announce the following panels for the Colorado Cybersecurity Summit being held in Denver, Colorado on September 18, 2018, and also available via webinar. To register for the Summit click here.

Panel 1: Perspectives from the Enforcers: The New Colorado Cybersecurity Law

Panelists will discuss Colorado’s new cybersecurity law, which goes into effect on September 1, 2018. Topics will include why the law was enacted, the intent behind certain statutory provisions, and how entities doing business in Colorado should expect the law to be enforced.

  • Alissa Gardenswartz, Deputy Attorney General, Colorado Attorney General’s Office
  • Jennifer Anderson, Former Director of Legislative Affairs, Colorado Attorney General’s Office
  • David M. Stauss, CIPP/US, CIPT, Partner, Ballard Spahr

Panel 2: Outside Our Borders: How New Laws Will Affect Businesses

Panelists will provide an update on GDPR following its May 2018 compliance deadline, discuss the new California Privacy Protection Act of 2018, and review notable changes to state breach notification laws.

Panel 3: The End of the “See No Evil” Approach to Vendor Management

Panelists will discuss how new laws and practical realities are changing how businesses can and must mitigate vendor risks. Topics will include operational disruption, supply chain risks, code repositories, and concrete steps companies can take to protect themselves.

  • Douglas Brush, Director of Cyber Investigations, Kivu Consulting, Inc.
  • Timothy Burke, Director of Cyber Risk, IMA, Inc.
  • Gregory P. Szewczyk, CIPP/US, Associate, Ballard Spahr