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Speeches & Presentations

  • "Understanding Blockchain," Cyber Sector Risk: Blockchain Security Seminar, New York, NY (April 25, 2018). Panelist: Matthew B. Welling.
  • "Trade policy developments: Section 232, NAFTA renegotiation, and trade remedies," Trade in 2018 - What's Ahead?, Webinar (April 19, 2018). Presenters: Daniel Cannistra and Robert Holleyman.
  • "Sanctions in Year Two of the Trump administration: Russia, Iran, North Korea, and beyond," Trade in 2018 - What's Ahead?, Webinar (April 19, 2018). Presenters: Cari N. Stinebower, Michelle J. Linderman and David (Dj) Wolff.
  • "Anti-money laundering (AML) and beneficial ownership," Trade in 2018 - What's Ahead?, Webinar (April 19, 2018). Presenter: Carlton Greene.
  • "Import and customs: enforcement, drawback, Misc. Tariff Bill, and trade preference programs (GSP)," Trade in 2018 - What's Ahead?, Webinar (April 19, 2018). Presenters: John B. Brew and Aaron Marx.
  • "Supply chain risk management: blockchain, forced labor, the U.K. Modern Slavery Act, and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)," Trade in 2018 - What's Ahead?, Webinar (April 19, 2018). Presenters: Michelle J. Linderman, Jeffrey L. Snyder, Maarten Stassen and Aaron Marx.
  • "Europe: Brexit, the EU’s 4th AML Directive, and the EU/U.K. AML enforcement," Trade in 2018 - What's Ahead?, Webinar (April 19, 2018). Presenters: Michelle J. Linderman and Charles De Jager.
  • "CFIUS: how significant is the new legislation?" Trade in 2018 - What's Ahead?, Webinar (April 19, 2018). Presenters: Alan W. H. Gourley and Adelicia R. Cliffe.
  • "Export controls: Wither reform?" Trade in 2018 - What's Ahead?, Webinar (April 19, 2018). Presenters: Christopher Monahan and Maria Alejandra (Jana) Del-Cerro.
  • "GDPR: Pain Points and Enforcement Risk," ABA Section of Antitrust Law Spring Meeting, Washington, D.C. (April 2018). Speaker: Maarten Stassen.
  • "DHS and the Private Sector: Issues and Next Steps," Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), Washington, D.C. (April 4, 2018). Presenter: Evan D. Wolff.
  • "GDPR: An EU Framework for Managing Privacy and Data Security Risk," Wilson Center, Washington, D.C. (April 3, 2018). Speakers: Evan D. Wolff, Peter B. Miller, and Maarten Stassen.
  • "Managing an Information Security Breach: Regulatory and Reputational Considerations," SIFMA C&L 2018 Annual Seminar, Orlando, FL (March 21, 2018). Panelist: Paul M. Rosen.
  • "Internet Insurrection: How To Address: Fake News, Deception, Malware and Adware Attacks," SINET ITSEF 2018, Silicon Valley, CA (March 7, 2018). Moderator: Evan D. Wolff.
  • "Challenges in Cyberspace: The New Frontier," 2018 AIPAC Policy Conference, Washington, D.C. (March 5, 2018). Panelist: Paul M. Rosen.
  • "Data Protection Impact Assessments, The Full Picture," IAPP Global Privacy Summit 2018, Washington, D.C (March 2018). Chair and Speaker: Maarten Stassen.
  • "Keeping up with Cybercrime: State Actors, Private Hackers, and the State of Private and National Cybersecurity," The 32nd Annual National Institute on White Collar Crime, San Diego, CA (February 28, 2018). Moderator: Janet Levine; Panelist: Paul M. Rosen.
  • "Beyond the First Year - Regulation in the Trump Era," Crowell & Moring Webinar (February 28, 2018). Presenters: Thomas A. Lorenzen, James G. Flood, W. Scott Douglas, Christine M. Clements, Jodi G. Daniel, Robert Meyers, Michael Boucher, Daniel Cannistra, Jennifer A. Ray, Maarten Stassen, Jenny E. Cieplak, and Matthew B. Welling.
  • "Navigating Government Involvement During a Cyber Incident," ACC Foundation Cybersecurity Summit, Washington, D.C. (February 6, 2018). Panelist: Paul M. Rosen.
  • "Tracking Global Threats: The Role of the Intelligence Community," Pacific Council on International Policy, Los Angeles, CA (January 30, 2018). Moderator: Paul M. Rosen.