On April 1, 2020,  Luke Dembosky and Avi Gesser spoke with Justin Herring, Executive Deputy Superintendent of New York Department of Financial Services’s Cybersecurity Division, to discuss the latest cybersecurity and regulatory risks arising from remote working arrangements during the coronavirus pandemic, including:

  • Challenges companies face due to remote working and which defenses to prioritize
  • Increased phishing, BECs, helpdesk fraud and other cyber attacks
  • Internal and external resources for helpful information
  • Challenges of vendor management

Here is the link to the Webcast: Debevoise Data Strategy & Security Webcast on Cybersecurity and Regulatory Risks from Remote Working Arrangements

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Luke Dembosky is a Debevoise litigation partner based in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office. He is Co-Chair of the firm’s Data Strategy & Security practice and a member of the White Collar & Regulatory Defense Group. His practice focuses on cybersecurity incident preparation and response, internal investigations, civil litigation and regulatory defense, as well as national security issues. He can be reached at ldembosky@debevoise.com.

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Avi Gesser is a Debevoise cybersecurity and litigation partner. He is a member of the Debevoise Data Strategy & Security Group, as well as the White Collar & Regulatory Defense Group. Avi has extensive experience advising on a wide range of cybersecurity matters, incident response issues, data strategy concerns and complex commercial litigation. He can be reached at agesser@debevoise.com.