The Rise of Cyber-Crime: A Legal Perspective
Stephen Reynolds - Ice Miller
Mar 08, 2017Size: 140.0MB
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AbstractWhether it is a spear phishing attack, social engineering, or malware specifically tailored to obtain online banking credentials, hundreds of thousands of dollars are at risk to fund transfer fraud and other cyber-crime. Beyond the financial consequences of these cyber-attacks, entities face an increasingly complex array of legal obligations and issues in the aftermath of one of these events. This presentation will give an overview of trends in cyber-crime, legal issues that may arise from these events, how responses to the events affect potential liability, and how the law allocates responsibility between parties involved.
About the SpeakerStephen Reynolds is a partner in Ice Miller’s Litigation and Intellectual Property Group, and co-chairs the firm’s Data Security and Privacy Practice. A former computer programmer and IT analyst, Stephen concentrates his legal practice on commercial litigation and data security and privacy law. Stephen is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), and a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/U.S.).
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