Constangy Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Team Chair, Sean Hoar, will present on cybersecurity and incident response at the 28th Annual California JPIA Risk Management Educational Forum on Wednesday, August 30th.
This annual event, focused on risk management best practices, brings together speakers from around the country to discuss topics ranging from employment law to public safety, governance, and legislation. Sean's session - 'I Always Feel Like Somebody's Watching Me: Cyber Incident Response' - is scheduled for 1-2:30pm PT. The forum will be held at the Omni La Costa Resort in Carlsbad, California.
Sean is a partner in Constangy's Portland office. His background includes almost 25 years of experience with data privacy and information security matters. He is a former cyber attorney for the U.S. Department of Justice, where he served as the lead cyber attorney for the U.S. Attorney's Office in Oregon and worked with the Computer Crime & Intellectual Property Section in Washington, D.C. During that time, he worked closely with the FBI, the Secret Service, and other federal agencies in prosecuting complex white collar and high-tech cybercrime. Sean was also honored twice with the Director’s Award, one of the highest awards bestowed upon Assistant U.S. Attorneys. He has been recognized for his leadership in the data privacy and cybersecurity space, having been named by the Cybersecurity Docket as one of the best and brightest data breach response lawyers in the United States. His credentials include being a Global Information Security Professional (GISP), a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), and a Certified Information Privacy Professional for United States law (CIPP/US). In managing the national Constangy Cyber Team, Sean continues to manage responses to complex data breaches, and works with information security personnel and corporate executives in managing and mitigating cyber risk.
Learn more about the California JPIA Risk Management Informational Forum here.