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Cyber-risk Disclosure and Enforcement: Considerations of S.E.C. Guidance and Implications on Materiality Disclosure

9/15/2015 5:30pm8:00pm
Jessica K. Nall
Farella Braun + Martel
235 Montgomery Street
San Francisco, CA

Jessica Nall, speaker, "Cyber-risk Disclosure and Enforcement: Considerations of S.E.C. Guidance and Implications on Materiality Disclosure"

This panel will address cutting-edge issues of interest to every regulated corporate entity regarding cyber-security and related corporate disclosure obligations in light of recent heightened scrutiny in this area by both the SEC and Department of Justice.  Our panelists include a former SEC senior official who recently has advised clients on cyber disclosure, as well as legal and forensic experts in the areas of privacy and data security.

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