It's Been a Privilege to Serve You–a Mock Hearing


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A company’s plan to sell a set of Ruth Bader Ginsburg action figures during the holiday season fails when a supplier fell victim to a ransomware attack. The company sues claiming the supplier didn’t meet the contracted delivery date because it did not have in place the cyber defenses required by the contract. The defense claims the forensic and penetration test reports are privileged. Are they?


Learning Objectives
1. Learn if and how the report of a forensic examination of a compromised system can be declared privileged.
2. Learn if using the forensic report to mitigate the vulnerabilities exploited in the attack would affect its privileged status.
3. Learn if and how a report of penetration test results can be declared privileged.

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Participants
April Doss

Panelist, Participant

Executive Director, Institute for Technology Law & Policy at Georgetown Law

Hon. Laurel Beeler

Panelist, Participant

United States Magistrate Judge, United States District Court for the Northern District of California

Hoyt L. Kesterson II

Moderator, Participant

Senior Security and Risk Architect, Avertium

Julie Lewis

Panelist, Participant

President, CEO and Founder, Digital Mountain

Kimberly Peretti

Panelist, Participant

Partner and Co-Lead, Privacy, Cyber & Data Strategy Practice, Alston & Bird

Analytics Intelligence & Response Law Protecting Data & the Supply Chain Ecosystem

forensics & e-discovery incident response law penetration testing supply chain


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