Brian Hengesbaugh is joined by Jessica Nall, partner in Baker McKenzie’s San Francisco/Palo Alto office. Jessica and Brian discuss the series of cybersecurity incidents former giant Yahoo experienced in 2013 and 2014, and Jessica’s lessons learned as a lead attorney representing individuals in those cases in the following government investigations in 2016. Listen in to hear:
What went wrong in the case, and why those failures remain relevant today
How companies can avoid becoming a target for a major cybersecurity enforcement case
Jessica’s thoughts on trends in government enforcement in cybersecurity in light of a new incoming administration
Brian provides advice on global data privacy, data protection, cybersecurity, digital media, direct marketing information management, and other legal and regulatory issues. He is Chair of Baker McKenzie's Global Data Privacy and Security group.
Jessica is a partner in our San Francisco and Palo Alto offices. She has extensive experience in conducting internal corporate investigations for companies in the technology, financial services, energy, and health care industries, with a focus on technology companies headquartered in Silicon Valley. Jessica has helped a number of well-known public and private companies navigate high-profile crisis situations involving cutting-edge government enforcement and compliance issues. Jessica brings to the table a wide range of experience in both traditional and emerging white collar issues, including in international antitrust enforcement, trade secrets theft, false claims act violations, cyber-crime, information security and privacy, crypto-currencies and tokens, ICOs, and block-chain technology.