Cyber risk, data breaches, and hackers… Oh my.

Navigating cybersecurity in the energy and natural resources sector

Cyber risk is more pervasive than ever. Almost inevitably, your organization will experience some type of cybersecurity incident. As breach issues and protection methods continue to evolve, it is critical to have an action plan in place that is tailored to your organization’s unique needs.

Join us on Friday, June 7th for an interactive half-day program where we will guide you through effective cyber risk management techniques, breach response best practices, and addressing specific challenges that energy and natural resources organizations face. The discussion will be based on an end-to-end exercise where you and a team will be put in charge of a company experiencing a data breach. What will you do?

Our program will feature Stephen Black, Professor of Law at Texas Tech University. Key presenters will also include cybersecurity lawyer and Certified Ethical Hacker Nathan Salminen and energy and natural resources industry lawyers Andrew Lillie and Jessica Black Livingston.

What we will cover:

  • Overview of cybersecurity concerns
  • Cyberlaw issues for energy companies
  • Practical makeup of a data breach
  • Identifying your threat profile
  • Addressing a breach response
  • Interactive tabletop exercise

Takeaway a greater understanding of cyber risk, a roadmap of the key touch points and responsibilities within your organization, and a framework for building a successful defense plan.

We hope you can join us for this practical and timely discussion. 

Friday, June 7, 2019
Hogan Lovells
1601 Wewatta Street
Suite 900
Denver, CO 80202
Registration: 7:30am
Program: 8am – 12pm
Breakfast and refreshments provided

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