Information security is “the hottest industry of all time” according to Lisa J. Sotto, managing partner of Hunton & Williams’ New York office and chair of the firm’s global privacy and cybersecurity practice. At a recent PLI panel, Sotto and fellow panelists Jay Leek, managing director and CISO for The Blackstone Group L.P.; Anthony Longo, CISO for Tiffany & Co. and Matthew F. Fitzsimmons, an Assistant Attorney General in Connecticut and head of the office’s Privacy and Data Security Department discussed the ballooning issue of cybercrime and how to both prevent and respond to attacks. See also “Establishing Strong Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Leadership: The Roles of the Chief Information Security Officer and Chief Privacy Officer” Part One (May 6, 2015); Part Two (May 20, 2015).
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