UPCOMING PRESENTATIONS & WORKSHOP
“Brand Protection in the Digital Age”
Wednesday, September 5th — 7:30 – 9:00 AM
29699 Southfield Rd., Southfield, MI 48076
In the age of brand tarnishment, social media impersonation and similar threats, policing your brand is more important than ever. Information Technology attorney Kathy Ossian will address ways to harmonize your organization’s branding with your social media and other online presence.
Register here today!
“Cyber Insurance: A Legal, Practical Look”
Thursday, Sept. 13th, 11:15 a.m. – noon
SecureWorld Detroit, Ford Motor Conference & Event Center, 1151 Village Rd., Dearborn, MI 48124
Considering purchasing cyber insurance? How and when could cyber insurance fill gaps or provide protection to your organization in the event of an incident? What steps should your organization need to take before securing cyber insurance? Information Technology Attorney Kathy Ossian will discuss these questions and walk through examples of cyber insurance clauses in relation to your organization’s overall information security plan. Register here today!
Friday, September 28th — 9:50 AM -12:15 PM
State Bar of Michigan/ICLE NEXT Conference, DeVos Place, 303 Monroe Ave. NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Kathy Ossian, Founder and CEO of Ossian Law P.C. will be moderating the Technology track at the NEXT Conference. Topics include Mining Social Media for Evidence: Ethics and Practicalities, Lawyers, Cloud and Mobile Computing and Ethics and Affordable Technology for Small Firm Productivity.
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“Social Media and User Data – Is the Pendulum Shifting?”
Thursday, December 20th — 7:00 to 8:30 PM
Inventor’s Association of Metropolitan Detroit
Lawrence Technological University, 2100 W. Ten Mile Rd., Southfield, MI 48076
Social media has become an integral part of our business and personal lives. In the wake of the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica revelations, social media platforms are facing increasing scrutiny on a number of fronts over user data policies and practices. Investigations by the Federal Trade Commission and state attorneys general and recent Congressional hearings have heightened calls for regulation. The pervasive nature of social media use and the lack of comprehensive privacy laws to date underscore the challenge of rolling out meaningful, practical regulations. Kathy Ossian of Ossian Law P.C. will cover:
- Examples of use and sharing of data to disseminate false information and influence elections
- Effectiveness of platform self-regulation of content, including hate speech and “fake news”
- Impact of changes in data sharing practices on users, developers, advertisers and customers
- Potential regulation models
Registration available soon!
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