Ropes & Gray Attorney Speaks on Panel at the FBI and Boston College’s 2019 Boston Conference on Cyber Security

Practices: Data, Privacy & Cybersecurity, FinTech

On March 6, Ropes & Gray privacy & cybersecurity counsel Kevin Angle participated in a panel discussion focused on blockchain, data protection and cybersecurity best practices at the 2019 Boston Conference on Cyber Security (BCCS) hosted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Boston College.

Mr. Angle was joined on the panel by Jim Cunha, Senior Vice President of Treasury and Financial Services at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston; Gus Coldebella, Chief Legal Officer at Circle; Lawrence Zelvin, Head, Financial Crime Group - Cyber, Fraud, and Physical Security, BMO Financial Group; Tara Wheeler, Senior Director, Data Trust & Threat and Vulnerability Management at Splunk; and Kevin Powers, founding Director for the MS in Cybersecurity Policy and Governance Program at Boston College.

The 2019 BCCS was filled with ten unique lectures and panel discussions in the disciplines of emerging technologies, operations and enforcement, and real life cyber and national security experiences focusing on risk, compliance, policy, threat trends, preparedness, resilience, and defensive strategies. This year’s conference featured a keynote by FBI Deputy Director David Bowdich focused on the issues government, academia and the private sector face in protecting against cyber threats.

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