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This program was recorded on October 6, 2020
This recorded CLE webinar provides a review of cyber law, which is rapidly evolving on a domestic and international level. Panelists discuss the United States’ approach to cybersecurity, including the Department of Defense’s cyber strategy and Congressional bills awaiting approval. Furthermore, panelists review the Cyberspace Solarium Commission, released in March 2020, that advocates for a new strategic approach to cybersecurity: layered cyber deterrence.
The webinar discusses the approach to cyber law on an international scale, including its dependence on the United Nations Charter, the Tallinn Manual, and states’ approach to sovereignty. Proper attribution in the aftermath of cyber attacks has been a growing issue as states experience attacks from non-state actors and other third-party groups.
This course is brought to you by the Global Cyber Institute and Thomson Reuters. It is taught by Daniel Garrie of Law and Forensics, Eric Jensen of Brigham Young University School of Law, John Evangelakos of Sullivan & Cromwell, and Linda Medler of L A Medler & Associates.
Daniel Garrie is the founder and managing partner at Law & Forensics. Daniel is paving the way when it comes to 2018’s most pressing cyber security, forensic, and legal issues. Daniel, one of the most sought-after computer forensic experts and special masters, cyber mediators, and forensic neutrals with JAMS. Judges and attorneys laud his reports for their clarity, focus, and ability to help parties settle even the most complex disputes. Mr. Garrie has garnered a national reputation for his experience at the intersection of technology and the law and is as comfortable talking with entrepreneurs, IT professionals, and developers as he is with lawyers and judges.
Eric Talbot Jensen
Eric Talbot Jensen is a professor of law at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, and recently returned to BYU after serving for a year as the Special Counsel to the Department of Defense General Counsel. Prior to joining the BYU law faculty in 2011, Professor Jensen spent 2 years teaching at Fordham Law School in New York City and 20 years in the United States Army as both a Cavalry Officer and as a Judge Advocate.
John Evangelakos is co-head of the Firm’s Cybersecurity Practice and the Firm’s Intellectual Property & Technology Group and a member of the Firm’s Mergers and Acquisitions Group. Mr. Evangelakos has led transactions in a wide variety of industries, including in the technology and cybersecurity sectors and in the financial services sector.
Mr. Evangelakos has advised clients on issues relating to unauthorized access to customers’ personal data, disclosure considerations arising out of unauthorized access to servers and confidential information, coordinating with federal law enforcement officials and regulatory authorities, governance responsibilities for cybersecurity, and the assessment and oversight of vendors with respect to cybersecurity matters. Mr. Evangelakos was involved in the creation of the Legal Services ISAO and the establishment of its relationship with the Financial Services ISAC.
Linda Medler is Founder, President and CEO of L A Medler and Associates, LLC. She served as the CISO at Raytheon Missile Systems and as Director of Cyber for the Advanced Missile Systems product line. Medler began her military career as an enlisted Marine.
In 2014, she retired from the US Air Force as a Brigadier General and Director of Capability and Resource Integration for United States Cyber Command. Medler is a board member for PNC Financial Services, Inc., and PNC Bank-National Association, TransAmerica Insurance, Operation Homefront, the Arizona Governor’s Arizona Cybersecurity Team, the Arizona Cyber Threat Response Alliance and Arizona State University ASURE. She holds degrees in business and national security. She is a National Association of Corporate Directors Board Leadership Fellow.
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