Foley Hoag Partner Michael Rosen to Speak at Cyber Risks and the Boardroom Program

Rosen Will Lead Breakout Session on Personal Devices in the Workplace

May 22, 2014

Foley Hoag labor and employment partner Michael Rosen will be a speaker at the NYSE Governance Services, Corporate Board Member program Cyber Risks and the Boardroom on June 10, 2014. This intensive seminar will bring board members from various industries up to speed on the range of technology opportunities and risks that should be on their radar.

Rosen's breakout session, entitled “The Pros and Cons of 'Bring Your Own Device' to Work,” will help participants evaluate necessary security requirements for employees’ personal devices and provide tips to minimize risks to corporate intellectual property.

Rosen will be joined at this one-day event by over 20 other respected advisers and service providers with deep knowledge of the subject matter, along with experienced CIOs and board members, to engage attendees in insightful discussions that will allow them to make more informed strategic decisions for their boards.

Additional featured topics on the agenda include: What CIOs wish the board knew; leveraging the cloud and mitigating the risks; responding to insider threats; managing a post-fraud investigation; identifying real cyber threats in real-time; and security throughout the supply chain.

The Cyber Risks and the Boardroom program will take place at the New York Stock Exchange on June 10, 2014. Click here for more information.

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