Computers are the backbone of commerce, used for everything from transacting business over the Internet to storing competitive data locally. Increasingly, computers are at risk from outside intrusions — and from employees, who have inside access to steal identities, re-route data for personal gain, or alter data for fraudulent purposes. Recently, a new tool has emerged in the fight against computer misuse: the federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.
Please join us for a Foley Executive Briefing Series program that will provide the essential issues involved in electronic evidence and new developments with the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.
Issues to be addressed include:
These and other topics will be addressed in an informal, interactive panel session led by Foley Litigation Partners Russell Beck and Stephen D. Riden.
Combating Computer Fraud — Strategies to Protect Your Organization is part of the Foley Executive Briefing Series. Learn more about upcoming programs in the series at Foley.com/FEBS.