Nanny State to Invisible Hand: What’s the Proper Role for Regulation?


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Getting people to do the right thing is never easy, particularly when costs are high, and the benefits are often elusive. This session will explore the various ways governments have tried to regulate or otherwise incentivize better cybersecurity behaviors through fines, lawsuits and public shaming. Panelists will examine what has worked and what hasn’t and discuss how we can do better.

Pre-Requisites: General understanding of risk management regulatory landscapes.


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Kathryn Coburn

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Partner, Murphy Cooke Kobrick LLP

John Gregory

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General Counsel, Retired, Government of Ontario, Canada

Gib Sorebo

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Security Associate Director, Accenture

Lauren X. Topelsohn

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Member, Mandelbaum Salsburg P.C.

Technology Infrastructure & Operations Policy & Government Mobile & IoT Security

risk management law Internet of Things critical infrastructure


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