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WNEU School of Law to Host Cybersecurity Law Presentation

SPRINGFIELD — Western New England University School of Law and the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship will present a cutting-edge program highlighting current legal issues in privacy, data security, and cybersecurity law on Tuesday, Feb. 3, from 4 to 7 p.m. in the Blake Law Center, 1215 Wilbraham Road, Springfield. The program is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be provided.

The panel will explore current and evolving legal, insurance, and regulatory trends affecting this rapidly changing and growing area of law. The speakers will identify emerging issues to prepare for in 2015 and beyond, and will discuss legal concerns that keep them awake at night.

For law students and practitioners who are not yet involved in this area of law, the speakers will also share how they came to practice in this field, and offer suggestions on how to gain experience and pursue a career in privacy, data security, and cybersecurity. As part of this discussion, the panel will note available training and certification programs at the International Assoc. of Privacy Professionals to increase one’s profile and build knowledge.

The presenters include Kathleen Porter, partner, Robinson & Cole LLP, CIPP/US (program chair); Elena Gervin, vice president, Claim Legal and Specialized Services, Travelers; Andrew Levchuk, counsel, Bulkley, Richardson and Gelinas, CISSP; and Richard Reynolds, privacy counsel, Boston Scientific Corp., CIPP/US.

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