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ATA Law Review: Cybersecurity and Infrastructure
Join us for ATA’s August Law Review Webinar: Cybersecurity and Infrastructure to learn more about current types of cyber threats, how to move through breach or suspected breach, and contract considerations for risk mitigation in third party IT contracts. A panel of leading cyber and data experts with transportation and logistics experience take you through a cyber breach incident beginning with threats, attack, breach, discovery, post breach activities, prevention, and risk mitigation. The panel will focus on current threats, importance of cyber incident plans and address legal considerations including impacts on state, federal, international privacy and cyber security considerations and will provide practical advice on developing and implementing a plan, vendor contract risk, and the application of cyber insurance coverage.
About Our Speakers:
Joseph "J.D." Henry, CISA Lead for Indiana and Illinois
J.D. Henry serves as a Cybersecurity Advisor within the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA). He directly supports the agency’s mission of strengthening the security and resilience of the nation's critical infrastructure. J.D.’s roles involve coordinating cyber preparedness, risk mitigation, incident response, and providing cyber security resources to the nation’s critical infrastructure sectors and state, local, tribal, and territorial government entities. Additionally, he is still currently serving as a Cyberspace Effects Operations Officer in the United States Air Force Reserves and is currently assigned to the Office of the Chief Information Security Officer at the Pentagon.
Gene F. Price, Partner at Frost Brown Todd
Gene has substantial real-world experience in cybersecurity and focuses on Frost Brown Todd’s privacy and data security practice and incident response planning. Gene also represents clients regarding insurance and business claims, maritime matters, cybersecurity audits and certifications. Recently retired from the U.S. Navy as a Rear Admiral after 36 years of service, Gene served as Commander of the Office of Naval Intelligence, Commander of Naval Information Forces Reserve, and Director of the National Maritime Intelligence Integration Office. He was also Deputy Commander of Fleet Cyber Command/U.S. Tenth Fleet, where he supported U.S. Cyber Command, the National Security Agency, and U.S. global cyber interests. He returned to full time work as a civilian in October 2022.
With additional experience in the firm’s litigation department, he will continue to devote a portion of his time to defending insurers in matters relating to first and third-party claims and maritime concerns. These include a variety of liability, indemnity, and contractual issues. Gene has also handled employee benefits litigation, primarily ERISA matters for health and welfare benefits plans and subrogation issues. These included claims relating to the denial of benefits for medical treatment and disability benefits.
Brion St. Amour, Partner at Frost Brown Todd
Brion recognizes the business, regulatory, intellectual property, and economic challenges that companies face on a regular basis. He spent over 15 years supporting product development, early-stage company creation and technology commercialization activities, including most recently serving as general counsel and chief operating officer of a transportation and insurtech startup. In addition to being a registered patent attorney, Brion’s practice involves drafting and negotiating software, SasS and other technology agreements, data privacy, mergers and acquisitions, corporate law, intellectual property, and transportation law with focus on creating solutions to compliance with federal leasing statutes and developing small fleet insurance programs.
Brion has significant experience related to legal issues faced by early-stage companies in all industries and the challenges faced by companies of all sizes relating to changes in technology and laws in the transportation industry. Brion was involved in negotiating all types of legal contracts including $500 million credit facility agreement with venture capital group, cargo, rate contracts, transportation independent contractor agreements, partner agreements, technology license agreements (inbound and outbound), and shipper/carrier contracts.
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