Please join the Society's Chicago Chapter for an Engaging Panel Discussion on
Cybersecurity: Mitigating Risk, Understanding Disclosure, and Best Practices for Directors and Corporate Secretaries
Thursday, June 7, 2018
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Cybersecurity and data breaches seem to hit the news on a daily basis. Beyond the personal exposure, the impact for your organization can range from serious to catastrophic. Adding to this, the scrutiny and demands of regulators and interests of the Board make this an important part of life for corporate secretaries. Join your Chicago colleagues for this insightful discussion with two recognized experts on practical steps you can take to gain control of this issue.
Registration/Networking: 5:30 - 6:00 PM
Program and Dinner: 6:00 - 7:30 PM
Non-members can also join the Society at a discounted rate, $635, for the first year by adding it to the registration.
150 N. Dearborn St. (entrance for the event room on Randolph)
Chicago, IL 60601
- Carol A Romej - Attorney, Hall, Render, Killian, Heath, & Lyman, PLLC
Carol Romej concentrates her practice in the areas of technology licensing and litigation, IT outsourcing, developing and implementing strategies for electronic and forensic discovery for internal audits, investigations and litigation. Her practice also includes counseling and implementation of data and records management programs and advising clients on matters related to data and security breaches. Ms. Romej currently serves as National E-Discovery counsel for several corporations in the United States and Europe. She has extensive experience with data breach incidents across several industry sectors and conducts legal assessments of laws and regulations (including the Payment Card Industry standards) in conjunction with supervising forensic and system analysts. Her practice includes the implementation and review of e-discovery and data and records retention protocols, ensuring that an organization's records management policies and procedures are realistic, practical and tailored to the circumstances of the organization and that legal holds and preservation efforts are efficient, cost-efficient and defensible.
- Judy Selby - Principal, Judy Selby Consulting, LLC
Judy Selby is Principal of Judy Selby Consulting, LLC, having more than 20 years of experience in insurance and technology. Known as “one of the premier voices in legal technology” by Legaltech News, she consults with clients on cyber insurance, cybersecurity, information governance, data privacy and complex insurance matters. She advises clients on best practices for handling information throughout its life cycle, from creation or collection through disposition. In addition, Judy works with organizations and their counsel to advise on data privacy and cyber insurance issues, having depth of experience in coverage adequacy evaluation, international arbitration and all phases of insurance coverage litigation.