Achieving Cyber Resilience


Access our previously recorded webinar to learn proactive steps on how to enhance your cyber resilience. During our hour-long webinar our Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence experts Julie DiMauro and Todd Ehret were joined by nationally renowned cyber security expert John Carlin, former Assistant Attorney General for DOJ’s National Security Division and now Morrison & Foerster’s Global Risk and Crisis Management practice group chair.

The threat of data breaches is one that is increasingly real. It happens every day to businesses of all sizes, in all industries, in private and public sectors.  It is the reason that cyber security threats are the top business concern for senior managers in the United States and beyond.

Data, along with its connected systems and networked technologies, have become the lifeblood of modern business. Cyber intrusions and stolen data have flooded the headlines and avoiding the reputational damage that typically attends them is a number one concern for businesses, their business partners, boards and shareholders.

Our speakers discussed regulatory expectations with the aim of providing key takeaways to listeners including:

  • Recent regulatory advancements and what to expect in the future,
  • How to best prepare and protect your business from cyber threats,
  • Understanding the importance of incident response and reaction,
  • How to report and ensure remediation after an attack.
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Event information:

Recorded on November 20, 2019

Location Online webinar (Access details sent after registration)

Topic Cyber crime and data privacy

Speakers Julie DiMauro & Todd Ehret (Thomson Reuters) John Carlin (Morrison & Foerster)

About the speakers

Julie DiMauro, Regulatory Intelligence and Compliance Learning Expert (Moderator), Thomson Reuters


Julie is a regulatory intelligence expert at Thomson Reuters in New York. Before joining the Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence team, she served as the executive editor of the FCPA Blog, managing editor at the real estate and healthcare compliance publishing firm, Vendome Group, and as a legal product manager at Fidelity Investments.

Todd Ehret, Senior Regulatory Intelligence Expert, Thomson Reuters

Todd Ehret is a senior regulatory intelligence expert for Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence. With more than 25 years’ experience on Wall Street, Todd has a tremendous breadth of experience on both the buy-side and sell-side at large and small firms dealing with both institutional and retail clients.

Todd was an investment professional at the hedge fund and private equity firm, Eos Partners. Later, he oversaw the broker-dealer equity trading desk at Weiss, Peck & Greer, a division of Robeco Investment Management. He left Robeco to help launch the global hedge fund Sophrosyne Capital, where he was the RIA’s Chief Operating Officer and Chief Compliance Officer for nearly a decade. Todd has passed numerous FINRA Series exams and managed numerous regulatory inquiries and exams throughout his career. Todd has a B.S. in political science from the University of South Dakota.

John Carlin, Risk and Crisis Management Practice Group Chair (Morrison and Foerster)


John P. Carlin, former Assistant Attorney General for the US Department of Justice’s (DOJ) National Security Division (NSD), chairs Morrison & Foerster’s Global Risk + Crisis Management practice and co-chairs the National Security practice, where he advises industry-leading organizations in sensitive cyber- and other national security matters. He is the author of Dawn of the Code War: America’s Battle Against Russia, China, and the Rising Global Cyber Threat, which provides an inside look into how we combat daily attacks on United States companies, citizens and government.  Prior to serving as the DOJ’s highest-ranking national security lawyer, Mr. Carlin served as Chief of Staff and Senior Counsel to FBI Director Robert S. Mueller, III. Under his leadership, the NSD launched nationwide outreach across industries to raise awareness of national security, cyber- and espionage threats against US companies and encourage greater C-suite involvement in corporate cybersecurity matters. Mr. Carlin also chairs the Aspen Institute’s Cybersecurity and Technology policy program, which provides a cross-disciplinary forum for industry, government, and media to address the rapidly developing landscape of digital threats and craft appropriate policy solutions.

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