NYSBA International Section – Global Conference 2019 – Tokyo Japan – 05-08 November 2019
Cordery are delighted to advise that Jonathan Armstrong will be presenting at the NYSBA International Section Global Conference in Japan in November.
Jonathan will be involved in two panel discussions, the details of which are:
PANEL 15 – Friday 8 November 2:00pm – 3:30pm
Cyber and Data Security: What to Do When Your Company or Your Client is Hacked
This session will focus on cross-border data breach issues identifying
- the regional threat landscape;
- the risks and obligations that arise in the event of a data breach involving multijurisdictional data (US, EU, Asia and Latin/South Americas);
- best practices for effective handling, including: incident preparedness and response, technical investigations and crisis communications.
Scott A. Warren, Squire Patton Boggs, Tokyo;
Jonathan Armstrong, Cordery Legal Compliance, London
Alejandro Maria Massot, Estudio Randle Abogados, Buenos Aires
Jonathan Crompton, RPC, Hong Kong
Paul Jackson, Managing Director and APAC Cyber Risk Practice Leader, Kroll, Hong Kong
Shinichi Tanaka, President, Fleishman Hillard, Japan
PANEL 17– Friday 8 November 3:30pm – 5:00pm
Ethical Issues for Lawyers and Law Firms Concerning Cybersecurity
A vibrant discussion of ethical considerations raised by multinational cybersecurity and data privacy issues in law practice.
- Is compliance enough?
- Is it an IT issue? A professional issue? Both?
- What must a lawyer understand about law practice technology?
- What are the risks to your firm and to your clients?
- Do lawyers’ and law firms’ responsibilities vary from nation to nation?
Atsushi Okada, Mori Hamada & Matsumoto, Tokyo
Andre R. Jaglom, Tannenbaum Helpern Syracuse & Hirschtritt LLP, New York
Diane O’Connell, PriceWaterhouseCoopers LLP, New York
Jonathan Armstrong, Cordery, London
Mary Fernández, Headrick Rizik Alvarez & Fernández, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Scott A. Warren, Squire Patton Boggs, Tokyo
You can find out more about the conference here: http://www.nysba.org/tokyo2019/