Adam Golodner, leader of Kaye Scholer’s Global Cybersecurity & Privacy Group, will moderate a panel of technology leaders and security experts for an ACG Silicon Valley event on January 15, 2015.
Global Cyber Issues: What Companies Need to Know, Things That Go Bump in the Night will focus on the complex interplay of differing government and customer demands globally on organizations that need to protect against the loss of intellectual property, core services and consumer confidence.
Kaye Scholer is a Gold Sponsor of this event. Panelists include Palo Alto Networks chairman, president and CEO Mark D. McLaughlin, Cisco Systems SVP Office of the Chairman Don Proctor, Chertoff Group principal Jim Pflaging and Intel Director of International Security and Internet Governance Policy Audrey L. Plonk.
ACG Silicon Valley is an invitation-only group of leaders who seek to be a catalyst of corporate growth in Silicon Valley. It is dedicated to providing business professionals with direct and referral access to key business leaders, transformational thought leadership, and practical experiences for career growth and business development.
As the event materials note, cybersecurity is now a top-of-mind issue for governments and companies around the world. It is not only a national security issue—it is an economic security issue. Especially for Silicon Valley industries, which tend to “build once and-sell globally,” the myriad forces around cyber can and do affect market, innovation, and global risk management strategies.
January 15, 2015