ACEDS Twin Cities Chapter: What You Need to Know about a Cyber Event/Incident/Breach
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ACEDS Twin Cities Chapter: What You Need to Know about a Cyber Event/Incident/Breach

11/1/2018
When: Thursday, November 1st, 2018
12-1 PM CT
Where: Dorsey & Whitney - 15th Floor - MN Room
50 South 6th St
Suite 1500
Minneapolis, Minnesota  55402
United States
Contact: ACEDS
844-992-2337


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Please join us for an exciting panel discussion about cyber security.  From the in-house, outside counsel and provider perspective, we’ll discuss everything you need to know to prevent, respond and recover from a breach, along with other real life lessons learned.

Panelists:

Bob Cattanach
Dorsey Partner and Member of the Steering Committee for Sedona Working Group 11

Bob Cattanach is a partner at Dorsey & Whitney.  Bob helps his clients navigate the complexities of regulatory law, especially in the areas of cybersecurity and compliance, in addition to having an active trial docket in courts around the country.  Bob has represented numerous clients in breach responses, development of privacy policies and procedures.  He has also provided counsel to corporate Boards of Directors, and Audit Committees on matters of cybersecurity, privacy and internal governance. Bob’s long history of interaction with key government agencies began with his service of the United States Department of Justice, Civil Division, which represents the interests of the United States and its agencies, including the CIA, FBI, Departments of State, Defense and Energy. His longstanding relationship with those agencies enables him to engage with key players on major cyber issues, and be the “go-to” attorney for all matters cyber. Bob is also a much-sought-after commentator and contributor to professional and journalistic coverage of cybersecurity issues, ranging from the New York Times and USA Today to numerous television media and the Sedona Conference Working Group 11 on cyber matters.


Kia Hakimi
VP, Global Threat Detection & Response
Best Buy

Kia Hakimi joined Best Buy in 2000, and currently serves as Best Buy’s Vice President of Global Threat Detection and Response. Reporting to the Chief Risk and Compliance Officer, Kia Hakimi is responsible for Enterprise Fraud Prevention and Response, Crisis Management, Corporate Security, Analytics Reporting and Triage, Cyber Security Incident Response, e-Investigations, Threat Intelligence, Cyber Hunt, and Business Resiliency teams.

Kyle Loven, JD, CCEP
National Director
Computer Forensic Services

Kyle serves as the National Director of CFS, where he is responsible for business development, advancement strategy and education regarding cyber threats, mitigation, and security assessments. Kyle is a Certified Compliance & Ethics Professional, as designated by the Society of Corporate Compliance & Ethics.  Prior to joining CFS, Kyle was a 22-year veteran of the FBI and served as Chief Division Counsel for the Minneapolis Division from 2004 to 2017.  He also served as the Ethics, Privacy, and Compliance Officer for the division, while also acting as the spokesperson for 6 years.  In addition, Kyle worked as an investigator with the FBI where he investigated a number of Violent, White Collar, and Cyber crime matters.  

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