Cleveland, OH, November 13, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Brent M. Buckley, Managing Partner of Buckley King and Chair of the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association's Business, Banking & Corporate Counsel Section will moderate a panel discussion on "Cybersecurity: Investigation - Prosecution - Prevention" highlighting the likely perpetrators and targets of cybercrime, the methods of cybercrime, how to prevent, respond to, and the prosecution of, cybercrime.
The shift to complete dependence on the Internet and related technologies has left us all vulnerable to cybercrimes and intrusions aimed at bringing economic, social and political infrastructures to a standstill. Cybersecurity is among the leading issues facing corporate directors, officers and general counsel as companies are becoming more proactive in protecting data, intellectual property and customers.
Panelists include: Ganpat Wagh, Supervisory Special Agent in Charge of Cybersecurity, FBI; Duncan Brown, Director of International Organized Crime, U.S. Attorney's Office; and Eric A. Vanderburg, Director of Information Systems and Security, JURINNOV Ltd.
This 1.50 CLE-approved program will take place on December 11, 2014 from 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm with a networking social afterwards at the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association located at 1375 East Ninth Street, 2nd Level, in Cleveland, Ohio. Contact Tressa Mazzocca at the Bar Association, 216.696.3525, to register.