You’re Letting Foxes in the Data Hen House: Managing Cyber Risks in Third Party Service Arrangements sponsored by PNC Bank
Please arrive at 11:30 am for networking time in advance of lunch.
Lunch will be served at noon with the meeting beginning at 12:20 pm.
About the Program
Businesses invest substantial time and resources in protecting their information systems from intrusion and careless vulnerabilities. But many fail to devote the same attention to insecurities created by allowing third party service providers access to their data and systems. This presentation will identify the risks inherent in the necessary partnering with service providers; suggest a disciplined approach to managing those risks; and discuss steps businesses and individuals can take to implement that approach.
About the Speaker
Tom chairs Thompson Hine's Emerging Technologies Practice and heads our Privacy & Cybersecurity team. Tom has over 30 years of experience in a wide range of data protection, intellectual property, consumer protection, social media, competition and antitrust matters. Tom represents a full range of business enterprises in their privacy and data security operations. His technology practice focuses on providing strategic counseling to both mature and early stage technology ventures, including click and mortar enterprises, biotechnology and bioinformatics ventures, and established businesses adopting electronic and technologically advanced means of competition. He also has considerable experience in trade secret litigation and counseling; patent, trademark and copyright litigation; intellectual property transactions including joint ventures, development agreements and licensing transactions; corporate internal investigations; merger and acquisition counseling; antitrust criminal investigations; antitrust civil litigation; and social media marketing and advertising, promotional content, consumer testimonials, compliance with FTC standards, promotion of experimental therapies in light of advertising and privacy laws, social media service agreements and moderating employee activity on social media sites.
Elaine B. Eisner │ 2017-2018 Program Chair
Reservation Policy – All attendees are encouraged to register in advance and walk-in reservations will be accepted on a space-available basis only. Meeting cost is $25 for members when paid in advance before noon 11/13/17, $40 for members at the door, $40 for guests and $200 for a table of six (please submit names to email@example.com by 11/10/17). If you reserve and are unable to attend, please call the office to cancel by noon 11/13/17 to avoid a no-show reservation billing.
Continuing Education – EPC Cleveland will request approval for this program from the CFP® Board of Standards for CFP® designation holders and from the Supreme Court of Ohio for Ohio attorneys to receive CLE credit. EPC Cleveland will also request credit from the Ohio Department of Insurance. A certificate of completion will be available for those CTFAs, CPAs, and CWS designees who feel the program satisfies their continuing education requirements.
Option 1: Reduced parking fees are available on a space-available basis at Ampco Euclid Gateway Garage (740 Euclid Ave., entrances on Euclid & Prospect) to those who enter after 11:01 am and exit before 2:29 pm. Guests should present ticket to the reception desk at The City Club for validation. After validation and if within the timing restrictions, the parking fee is $3.
Option 2: Through a special arrangement between The City Club and The Metropolitan at the 9 (2017 E. 9th Street, Cleveland, Ohio 44115), guests are able to take advantage of a $10 valet rate. To take advantage, tell the valet you are attending an event at The City Club. Once at The City Club, pick up a blue ticket from the reception desk. Present this ticket to the valet upon claiming your car. This option is available to those who park at or later than 11:01 and pick up their vehicle before 2:29 pm.
*Prices and timing restrictions subject to change without notice.