Metropolitan Corporate Counsel Releases Special Section on Cybersecurity

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Cybersecurity seems to be growing as fast as the words it spawns. This special package of eight articles should prove the point.


Metropolitan Corporate Counsel is pleased to announce the publication of our Special Section dedicated to Cybersecurity.

Cybersecurity seems to be growing as fast as the words it spawns. This special package of eight articles should prove the point. In addition to our cover story featuring detailed advice offered by McGuireWoods’ partner Michael Adams, NACD’s Deborah Dunie talks about the need for organizations to be sure their boards of directors are “cyberliterate.” A number of the articles, like the one about a webinar we hosted, pay particular attention to preventing data breaches. On the other hand, Greg Cancilla of RVM Enterprises conducts (and talks about) forensic investigations on the back end of breaches. FRONTEO’s Sam Chi highlights the need for attorneys to learn to speak tech, and for IT professionals to learn legal. And former prosecutor Daniel Silver, now a partner at Clifford Chance, ruminates with a former colleague in a U.S. attorney’s office about the delicate dance when a company seeks the help of law enforcement.

About Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, an integrated digital and print media platform, is celebrating its 25th year of providing cutting-edge news and analysis to corporate law departments, executives and board members. Founded by Al Driver, former General Counsel of JC Penney, who served as editor, and Martha Driver, a former top financial executive with TIAA-CREF, who served as publisher, MCC was purchased in 2014 by Law Business Media, which is co-owned by Kristin Calve and Joe Calve, both former ALM executives. At ALM, Kristin helped develop and launch the Daily Deal and VerdictSearch, and she has held key leadership positions at other media companies, including A&E / the History Channel International. She is the founder of Topstone Angels, which focuses on funding and advising early-stage companies. At ALM Joe served as editor of the Connecticut Law Tribune, editor and publisher of Texas Lawyer, where he ran the largest legal technology event in the Southwest, and as a vice president responsible for, among other properties, The National Law Journal. Since leaving ALM, he has served as chief marketing officer and head of business development for four Am Law 100 firms: White & Case, Proskauer, MoFo and, currently, 1,000-lawyer McGuireWoods.

About Law Business Media
Founded in 2014, Law Business Media, an integrated global digital and print media and marketing company, purchased Metropolitan Corporate Counsel and as the first step in the development of a global legal media and marketing platform which now also includes the online publications In-House Ops and In-House Tech. The company partners on content development and distribution, webinars and live events, and research and analysis with many of the world’s leading law firms and other service providers focused on corporate law departments, including Clifford Chance, Weil Gotshal, Jones Day, Fish & Richardson, the National Association of Corporate Directors, KPMG, iDiscovery Solutions, Lexis-Nexis and FRONTEO.

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