Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani partners, Avanti Bakane, Rich Green, Brian Middlebrook, and Joe Salvo served as panelists for the National Asian Pacific Bar Association’s (NAPABA) webinar, “Scamming Gone Viral – Maintaining Your Company’s Cyber Hygiene in the Wake of COVID-19,” on Tuesday, March 31.
The webinar focused on the increasing importance of cyber hygiene to a company’s infrastructure in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. This is particularly timely for many businesses as the world’s workforce largely goes remote and shelter-in-place orders are extended. Panelists discussed how scammers are exploiting the public health crisis. They described methods for protecting system safety and integrity and recommended an additional step of requiring vendors to maintain the sensitivity and security of company data.
Bakane is co-chair of the firm's Privacy, Data & Cybersecurity group and is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP), with experience representing businesses and creative professionals in software and e-commerce development, data privacy, data loss, licensing, and copyright infringement disputes. She serves as the Vice President of Communications for NAPABA Board of Governors.
Green assists clients in operational, governance and compliance matters with a particular emphasis in privacy and data security in regulated industries including the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards and SOC and AT 101 requirements.
Middlebrook is co-chair of the firm’s Privacy, Data & Cybersecurity group. His practice primarily focuses on cybersecurity, technology and media litigation. He regularly advises clients on data privacy and cybersecurity incident response.
Salvo is co-chair of the firm's Technology Litigation practice group. His practice primarily focuses on privacy and data security, technology litigation, professional liability defense, and complex commercial and product liability litigation.
To access a recording of this webinar, please click here.