Cybersecurity Presentations and Publications

Presentations

  • MCLE Conference on Sophisticated Issues in Massachusetts Family Law, “Cyber Issues in the Probate and Family Court: Authenticity, Legality and Admissibility,” February 27, 2013.

  • National Information Security Group – Boston Chapter, “Staying Out of Prison: A Cyber Law How-to Guide,” September 18, 2013.

  • Boston Security Conference, “A Cyber Law How-to Guide,” February 10, 2014.

  • Western New England University School of Law, “Recent Developments in Cyber Law,” February 3, 2015.

  • American Bar Association Section of International Law, Fall Meeting, Montreal 2015, "Data Privacy in Our Connected World: Examining Developments in Data Mining and Counter-Terrorism Efforts."

  • Massachusetts Bar Association, Lifecycle of a Business Part III: Intellectual Property and Data Security and Privacy, “Federal Computer Crime and Privacy Statutes,” May 24, 2016.

  • Massachusetts Bar Association, 14th Annual In-House Counsel Conference: What Keeps Counsel Up at Night, “Cyber Attacks on Business,” December 1, 2016.

  • Massachusetts Bar Association, Lifecycle of a Business Part II: Cyber Security, “Cyber Security Concerns for Businesses,” April 27, 2017.

  • "Staying Out of Prison - Understanding the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act," Amherst Security Group, June 13, 2018.

  • Massachusetts Bar Association, 16th Annual In-House Counsel Conference at Bentley University: "Controlling Data Security Risks & Management of a Data Breach," January 31, 2019.

  • RSA Conference 2020, San Francisco, February 24-28, 2020.  Moderated Panel on Cybercrime 2020: Predicting the Year Ahead—Including the Encryption Debate!  Panelists included Professor Orin Kerr, Former Assistant Attorney General David Kris, Former U.S. State Department Cyber Coordinator Christopher Painter, and former Los Angeles U.S. Attorney Eileen Decker.

Publications

  • The Privacy Implications of Virtual Personal Assistants, Business West, Aug. 7, 2018, https://businesswest.com/blog/the-privacy-implications-of-virtual-personal-assistants/

  • The State of Cybercrime, May 2017 American Bar Association Criminal Justice Section: The State of Criminal Justice 2017, Chapter 10 in the American Bar Association Criminal Justice Section's annual review of criminal justice issues

  • The State of Cybercrime, May 2015 American Bar Association Criminal Justice Section: The State of Criminal Justice 2015, Chapter 4 in the American Bar Association Criminal Justice Section's annual review of criminal justice issues

  • The State of Cybercrime, May 2014 American Bar Association Criminal Justice Section: The State of Criminal Justice 2014, Chapter 6 in the American Bar Association Criminal Justice Section's annual review of criminal justice issues

  • Computer Crime, Feb 2007 American Bar Association Criminal Justice Section: The State of Criminal Justice 2006Chapter 10 in the American Bar Association Criminal Justice Section's annual review of criminal justice issues