Privacy and Cybersecurity Webinar | DoD’s New Cybersecurity Standards For Contractors and Suppliers: Strategies for Managing the Certification Process and Avoiding Undue Legal Risks


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The Department of Defense released a new cybersecurity framework that, for the first time, will require contractors and subcontractors to obtain a third-party certification verifying their cybersecurity maturity. Without the appropriate certification, companies will be unable to participate in the DoD supply chain. Join our experts for a timely discussion of these new regulations, the legal risks they raise, the importance of preserving a claim of attorney-client privilege in connection with preparations for certification, and the role of counsel in this process.

Web conference details to follow after registration.

*Please register for this webinar below. For more information, please contact Cherilyn McGlynn.

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Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) credit for this program is pending in California, Illinois and New York. A Universal Multi-State Credit Certificate of Attendance will be provided to attendees who request MCLE credit in all other jurisdictions.

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