Spencer Fane was pleased to sponsor the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) Colorado Chapter’s CLE Dinner on January 25 in Greenwood Village. Attorneys Jon Watson, Shawn Tuma, and Jeremy Rucker represented the firm during their cybersecurity presentation at Eddie V’s Prime Seafood restaurant.
Jon moderated the discussion, Cyber for the Rest of Us: Two Simple Guys Talk About Cybersecurity and Cyber Risk Management. During the event, Shawn and Jeremy utilized their decades of real-world experience to address many legal, compliance, and regulatory issues that arise from cyberattacks. They explained these issues’ significant impact on companies and demonstrated how companies can develop and mature their cyber risk management program.
This CLE Dinner is one of many such events that ACC Colorado – the founding and original ACC chapter – holds throughout the year for its members to provide timely substantive information, social networking, and practice group sessions.
At Spencer Fane, Jon serves as a solutions-oriented business partner for employers facing labor and employment issues. He helps clients assess and balance risk to meet each challenge. With a local and national practice, Jon helps businesses to mitigate risk and deliver results that align with their specific business operations.
Shawn helps businesses protect their information and protect themselves from their information. He represents a wide range of clients across the United States and globally in dealing with cybersecurity, data privacy, data breach and incident response, regulatory compliance, computer fraud-related legal issues, and cyber-related litigation.
Jeremy leads businesses through the evolving and complex data privacy, security, and incident response landscape. Jeremy regularly counsels clients in all industries on emerging federal, state, and international data laws and regulations. He also serves as a breach coach, guiding organizations of all backgrounds through national data breach notification processes and resultant regulator investigations.