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Cybersecurity and Data Privacy
April 29, 2021 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
It is not a question of “if” your company will be subjected to a cyber-attack, but more of a question of “when.” And with the cost of responding to a cyber-attack now averaging almost $4 million, small businesses need to ensure they are prepared and ready to respond. During this webinar, Brooks Kushman attorneys will discuss aspects of a cybersecurity plan you should consider to ensure your company is prepared to respond and recover from a potential cyber-attack. These topics will include:
- Legal considerations when developing a cyber and privacy plan
- How to prepare and respond to a security breach
- Insurance coverage issues that may arise due to cyber-attacks and data breaches
- Vendor-Vendee concerns that should be considered
John Rondini is an experienced intellectual property (IP) attorney and the Co-Chair of Brooks Kushman’s Cybersecurity and Data Privacy practice group. Rondini has helped guide clients through the numerous and ever-evolving cybersecurity and privacy laws to develop policies and procedures that help prevent against breaches and for responding after a breach occurs. As a licensed patent attorney, Rondini’s work also includes protection, use and development of IP rights, as well as enforcement action against IP infringement and piracy.
Matthew Jakubowski is a member of the firm’s Executive Committee and co-chairs the firm’s cyber security practice. He counsels clients in a wide range of intellectual property matters, including, IP portfolio management, freedom-to-operate opinions, cybersecurity, litigation, agreement drafting and negotiations, and due diligence projects. Matt has extensive experience with patent, trademark, trade secret and copyright litigation disputes. Matt has worked to help develop Brook Kushman’s Cybersecurity and Data Privacy group. In addition to his deep experience with IP enforcement, litigation and portfolio management matters, he has an active practice counseling clients on patent freedom-to-operate projects and the negotiation and preparation of different types of agreements, including license agreements, joint venture agreements, and development and supply agreements.