Hot Topics in Cyber-Law 2020

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ABA information security leaders kick off the Law Track with the annual panel on critical emerging legal issues. Hot Topics will give attendees a practical snapshot of developments in cyber-law and litigation, policy and industry frameworks. Focus is on emerging issues from crypto-currencies, IOT/CPS, cloud, privacy/civil liberties, cyber-conflict and the international technology marketplace.

Pre-Requisites: Basic high school background in Civics/US History (or US naturalization course on the basics of the U.S. Constitution) helpful to understand legal posture of issues (e.g.--difference between a "bill" and a "law/statute"). Non-U.S. persons may derive less benefit from discussions if they are unfamiliar with basics of the U.S. policy/legal system.

Michael Aisenberg


Chairman, American Bar Association Information Security Committee

Catherine Barrett


Cyber Policy, Principal, MITRE Corp.

Lucy Thomson


Attorney, Livingston PLLC

Stephen Wu


Shareholder, Silicon Valley Law Group

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