Hot Topics in Cyber and Privacy Law: Looking at the Landscape for 2023
Special Counsel, Cooley Law
Moderator on Cyber and Privacy Law in 2023
Randy V. Sabett
Randy counsels clients on a wide range of cutting-edge cybersecurity, privacy, IoT, IT licensing and intellectual property issues. Randy served as a commissioner for the Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity for the 44th Presidency. He has been recognized as a leader in Privacy & Data Security in the 2007 – 2022 editions of Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business and is listed in the International Who’s Who of Business Lawyers. He also was named the Information Security Professional of the Year by the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) for 2013 and was previously named as one of the “Top 50 Under 45” by the American Lawyer’s IP Law & Business magazine.
Assistant General Counsel, Product and Strategy
Iris® Powered by Generali
Gabby serves as senior privacy and information security counsel for Iris Powered by Generali. She handles data privacy and information security issues, and she has extensive experience advising on various data privacy and protection issues, including working to help Iris achieve compliance with an expanding and complex legal privacy landscape; advising on privacy and security-related terms in contractual and transactional engagements; and responding to regulatory inquiries and investigations. Gabby previously served as an associate in global law firms in their privacy and information security groups.
Mew York Office of the National Cyber Forensics & Training Alliance (NCFTA)
Jay Kramer is the Managing Director of the New York office of the National Cyber Forensics & Training Alliance (NCFTA) where he coordinates the daily sharing of cyber threat intelligence among law enforcement agencies and private sector partners.
Prior to joining NCFTA, Jay served as a Partner in the Data Privacy and Cybersecurity practice of a large national law firm, and as the Director of Cyber Resilience at a multi-national bio-pharmaceutical company. Jay’s view of the cyber threat landscape has also been informed by a long career at the Federal Bureau of Investigation where he served in multiple leadership roles including Supervisory Special Agent, Associate General Counsel, and Congressional Liaison.