Cybersecurity- What's at stake for your company?
The rapid growth of data breaches and cyber-attacks has upended how we think about cybersecurity. Once relegated to the IT Department, now cybersecurity has become a top priority for C-suite executives, board members and general counsel. What's now at stake and how are companies adapting?
Location and Time
Greenville Spartanburg Airport
2000 GSP Dr
Greer, SC 29651
4-5pm Greenville Spartanburg Airport Tour
5 to 5:45 pm Networking
5:45 to 7:15pm Panel Discussion
Claire RauscherClaire Rauscher brings more than 25 years of courtroom experience to Womble Carlyle’s White Collar Criminal Defense team. Claire focuses her practice on complex white collar litigation, and has represented clients in all phases of state and federal proceedings, including pre-indictment investigations, grand jury practice and criminal trials. Her experience includes handling matters and trials involving securities fraud, investment fraud, bank fraud, mortgage fraud, health care fraud, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, False Claims Act matters, Qui Tam (whistleblower) defense, Title IX investigations, campaign finance violations, environmental crimes, antitrust violations, money laundering, and other complex federal crimes.
Allen O'RourkeDrawing upon years of experience prosecuting cybercrime, Allen comes to the aid of clients when they suffer from data breaches and cyber-attacks. He works with clients’ legal and information security teams to investigate cybersecurity incidents, coordinate the remediation of any breach, interface with law enforcement as appropriate, and ensure compliance with applicable data breach laws and regulations. In addition to incident response, Allen defends clients facing government investigations, regulatory enforcement actions, consumer class actions, and other litigation arising from data breaches. He also provides counsel to clients regarding cybersecurity preparedness, active network defense, and any related legal issues, including guidance about the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA), Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA), and Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA).
Richard SedoryRichard Sedory is General Counsel, Senior Vice President and Secretary for Wastequip, LLC. As Chief Legal Officer, he is responsible for overseeing and advising the leading North American manufacturer of waste handling and recycling equipment on all aspects of legal affairs, compliance, risk and defense. Rich is on the Board of Directors for the University of Pittsburgh Alumni Association and the Association of Corporate Counsel Charlotte Chapter, and chairs the ACC Charlotte Career Development Committee. He has been nominated by his peers and is a two-time finalist for the Charlotte Business Journal "General Counsel of the Year" in 2015 and 2016, regularly presents at numerous continuing legal education seminars and cheerfully volunteers for pro bono and charity activities in the Charlotte area.
Rich RogersRichard Rogers, Vice President of Information Services and Chief Information Officer, joined Greenville Health System (GHS) in 2012. He is responsible for the planning, implementation, and management of information technology and resources supporting the health system. Rogers has over 20 years’ experience in health information technology management. Prior to joining GHS, he served as the Senior Vice President/CIO for Health First in Melbourne, Florida, the VP of MIS for Lakeland Regional Health System, St. Joseph, Michigan, and as a healthcare consultant with IBM. Rogers is an active member in the College of Health Information Management Executives (CHIME) and the Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS). He received an M.B.A. from Pace University in New York and a B.S. in Business Administration from SUNY Oswego, NY. He is the Boys Head Varsity Lacrosse Coach at St. Joseph’s Catholic High School in Greenville, SC.