Tune in tomorrow for the webcast — “Cybersecurity: Working the Calm Before the Storm“— to hear Weil Gotshal’s Paul Ferrillo, Hogan Lovells’ Harriet Pearson and Dave Lynn of TheCorporateCounsel.net and Morrison & Foerster analyze a host of issues that you need to consider now — before you have a security breach.
Then come back and join us next Monday, September 22nd for the webcast — “Cybersecurity Role-Play: What to Do & Who Does What, When” – to hear the FBI’s Leo Taddeo and Cleary Gottlieb’s Louise Parent, Craig Brod, Richard Kreindler, Pam Marcogliese and Jonathan Kolodner role-play a variety of possible cybersecurity scenarios that could happen to you.
Study: 52% of Banks Don’t Disclose Cyber Risk Factors
Given what I’ve read recently about attempted – and successful – cybersecurity breaches at banks, I was surprised to see this study from LogixData that analyzed the disclosures of 575 banks and found that 303 (52%) of them had absolutely no mention of anything related to cyber security. Here’s a report with the 56 largest banks that had the risk factors.
The Rise of Foreign Issuer IPOs
In this blog, Ze’-ev Eiger of Morrison & Foerster explains the reasons for a comeback in IPOs in the United States by foreign issuers…
– Broc Romanek