The Pennsylvania Bar Institute Online CLE Catalog (PBI CLE) is hosting an a webinar on June 2 at 12 p.m. ET. The Cyber Security session will feature Firestorm CEO and President, Jim Satterfield, alongside Angelo Stio III of Pepper Hamilton.
Experience what it is like to make decisions in a cyber breach exercise. What is your plan in the event of a client’s cyber security attack? Or a breach within your firm? See how your plan measures up in this live and illuminating 90-minute test exercise webinar where you decide the best action to take in several cyber security breach or ransomware threat scenarios. Your faculty team, which has led Fortune 500 companies through cyber-attacks, will provide guidance in best responses as well as explain the critical communication strategies and legal implications in these situations. Bring your questions and your cyber emergency plan – this session is an excellent opportunity to make sure you are on the right track!
Jim Satterfield, Firestorm Co-Founder, CEO, President
James (Jim) W. Satterfield is the CEO and co-founder of Firestorm®. Jim is a nationally recognized expert, keynote speaker and author on crisis management, threat assessment, disaster preparedness and business continuity planning. He has experience as President, CEO and COO of various public and private companies in business continuity, communications, crisis management, environmental, insurance, reinsurance, risk management and technology. Jim has extensive expertise in the identification and quantification of risk.
Jim has led in the development of national standards for risk management, environmental risk and environmental due diligence. He has spoken to hundreds of groups on risk management, crisis management, governance, disaster planning and preparedness.
Jim’s analysis and experience in working with thousands of businesses has led to the creation of the Firestorm PREDICT.PLAN.PERFORM.® methodology, the foundation of all Firestorm programs, services and initiatives. Jim emphasizes promoting and enforcing a culture of preparedness to protect an organization’s assets, brand/reputation, revenues and enterprise value.
Jim led the Firestorm team that provided the crisis and media management support at Virginia Tech in response to the shootings, as well as hundreds of other client crisis engagements. MORE
Angelo A. Stio, III, Esq., Pepper Hamilton
Mr. Stio has litigated various issues including data breach class actions, shareholder class actions and derivative suits, UCC Article 2 disputes, breach of fiduciary duty and corporate waste claims, fraudulent transfer and avoidance actions, false claims act matters and breach of representation and warranty claims, and Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) claims. Mr. Stio also has helped clients comply with both federal and state laws related to data privacy and security issues.
A frequent writer and lecturer, Mr. Stio has published articles on data privacy and security, electronic discovery, class actions and corporate governance issues and has served as a speaker at numerous seminars.
Some of Mr. Stio’s representative data privacy and security engagements include:
- Representing a publicly traded health care provider against claims of negligence, breach of fiduciary duty and violation of state law arising from the loss of a laptop
- Counseling a university on a security incident involving unauthorized access to student financial and medical records
- Counseling a mortgage loan servicer with respect to a matter involving the alleged misappropriation of customer data
- Assisting a life insurance company in addressing a data breach related to stolen client files
- Representing a national drug store chain charged with violating the privacy rights of customers in connection with information provided on sales receipts
- Defending a business in a putative class action alleging violations of the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA)
- Representing an e-commerce entity in a putative class action alleging unauthorized charges for Internet purchases in violations of the Electronic Fund
- Transfer Act (EFTA) and the improper interception of debit card information in violation of the Electronic Communications and Privacy Act (ECPA).