Cybersecurity, Data Protection & Corporate Crime – Leaders Web-forum

  •  October 15, 2020
     4:00 pm - 5:45 pm

This forum will be conducted in English

In 2020 where globally many people are working from home or going to office intermittently over the last 6 month, Cybercrime, Data Privacy and corporate crime is more rife than ever and becoming every general counsels nightmare in order to keep your company secure form these global threats. This web-forum will give expert information on some regional updates and advice on dealing with these forms of fraud and how best to protect your company..

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  • Opening Welcome & General Global Update on Cybercrime and Data Protection
    Scott A. Warren, Secretary, Executive Board, The Society for The Policing of Cyberspace; Partner, Squire Patton Boggs
  • Cybersecurity in Asia in the Current Climate — Recent Experience Managing Cyberattack Response, Trends and Tips
    Jonathan Crompton, Partner, RPC
  • Update in Digital FCPA in challenging Times — China / US Focus
    K. Lesli Ligorner, Partner, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius
  • Turkey — Data Protection Authority (KVKK) Investigations and Data Breach Notifications
    Bora Yazıcıoğlu, Managing Partner, Yazıcıoğlu Attorneys At Law
  • Grand Panel: Using Technology in Prevention of Cybercrime and Sustaining Economic Growth Through Out The Crisis
    Moderator: K. Lesli Ligorner, Partner, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius
    Panellists: Jonathan Crompton, Partner, RPC
    Bora Yazıcıoğlu, Managing Partner, Yazıcıoğlu Attorneys At Law

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  • Complimentary Pass: In-house/ General Counsel* (max 2 per company, limited access to web forum)
  • Normal Rate: USD 49  (access to recordings, presentation files, real-time chat with speakers and many more.
    Complimentary pass is applicable to in-house counsel from non law/consultancy firm and based on first-come-first-served. Results are based on the organiser’s discretion and applicants will be notified by email.Complimentary seats for In-house/ General Counsel.


Jonathan Crompton
Partner, RPC
Jonathan is a Partner in RPC’s Commercial and Financial Disputes team, based in Hong Kong. Having worked in Asia for over 10 years, Jonathan advises companies and individuals on contentious scenarios involving their Asian businesses. He focuses in particular on technology and financial disputes. Jonathan leads RPC’s cyber incident response team in Asia, and has advised clients across the world on cyber fraud, cyber-attacks, data privacy and law enforcement investigations. He has presented and published articles on data privacy and liability in the context of cyber security. He also acts as international counsel for technology and other multinational companies facing disputes (litigation and arbitration), regulatory investigations, data requests and other contentious situations. He often acts on some of the highest profile cases where other lawyers are conflicted. As a result he has built a strong network of law firms and other service providers across Asia and beyond, upon which he can call at short notice. Jonathan is qualified to practice Hong Kong and English law and speaks English, French and Swedish.
Bora Yazıcıoglu
Managing Partner, Yazıcıoğlu Attorneys At Law
Bora Yazıcıoğlu focuses on data protection matters, in particular data breaches, data protection authority investigations and regulatory compliance. He also works on technology/media/communications and intellectual property matters, corporate/commercial transactions, commercial disputes and international sales of goods. After working for Yarsuvat&Yarsuvat Law Firm and later for Dentons, Istanbul (formerly known as Denton Wilde Sapte) between 2005 and 2010, he worked as an equity partner for Gokce Attorney Partnership, where he led TMT and Dispute Resolution departments between 2011 and 2016. Bora established Yazıcıoğlu Attorneys at Law, a TMT, data protection and corporate/commercial law boutique, in 2016. Throughout his career he advised several international companies including Sony, Spotify, BSH, Expedia, Aveva, T-Systems, Wirecard, Danone, Isuzu, Decathlon, Gucci, Sanofi, Viessmann and Adjust. Bora is listed as one of the leading individuals in IT and Telecoms Law in Turkey by The Legal 500. He is also listed as a Ranked Lawyer in TMT Law in Turkey by Chambers and Partners. Bora is one of the founding members and directors of Data Protection Association, Turkey.
K. Lesli Ligorner
Partner, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius
K. Lesli Ligorner is a Partner at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius in China. She advises on a wide range of employment and compliance issues, helping companies address China’s evolving employment laws, the US FCPA, and anticorruption laws. Multinationals in China face many employment and compliance minefields, and Lesli helps clients navigate areas such as establishment and enforcement of company policies, hiring and termination, performance management, anticorruption compliance, discrimination and harassment policies, noncompetition issues, and other employee protections. She conducts and supervises internal investigations and the training of employees and third-party intermediaries in APAC and advises on termination strategies at the conclusion of investigations.
Scott A. Warren
Secretary, Executive Board, The Society for The Policing of Cyberspace; Partner, Squire Patton Boggs
Scott Warren is a partner in our Tokyo office and leads a team that specializes in cybersecurity, data privacy and digital data disclosures in Japan and Asia. He advises on digital compliance, eDiscovery and corporate data privacy for global and local corporations. He also has significant experience in compliance, intellectual property, litigation, dispute resolution and government regulatory and internal investigations. He has provided advice to global multinational corporations in the hi-tech, software, retail, healthcare, pharmaceutical, automotive, banking, trading, telecommunications and professional services industries. Scott started his career as a civil litigator in California and is experienced in all phases of disputes resolution, from pleadings through conducting jury trials. He moved to Japan in 1993 and wrote the Japan Employers Handbook for CCH, a large international publishing company. While general counsel at Sega Corporation, he handled various intellectual property issues, including licensing and anti-counterfeiting actions on infringers on every continent except Antarctica. He also oversaw Sega’s internal and regulatory investigations, including anti-competition, US International Trade Commission and safety reporting matters. As senior attorney for Microsoft, Scott was responsible for the Xbox launch in Japan, Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore. He was the head of anti-piracy for Xbox worldwide, head of anti-piracy for all Microsoft products in North Asia and served in the region as the head of Internet Safety, working with law enforcement and governments to better protect the public from cyber threats. He handled internal cyberbreach issues from a legal perspective. In this capacity, in 2004, he became involved with The Society for the Policing of Cyberspace, a nonprofit organization, where he serves on the executive board. He was the managing director of Kroll in Japan and regional managing director of Kroll Ontrack in Asia, providing clients with investigative, computer forensics and eDiscovery services. Later, he opened Epiq Systems in Japan and built the team and services in order to provide eDiscovery solutions to global organizations. Many of these investigations involved antitrust, bribery, SEC and other regulatory matters. Having served as in-house counsel for more than 13 years and having built two successful legal services companies in Asia, Scott brings a unique understanding, expertise and global perspective to his clients. Scott is also a Certified International Counter-Cyber Crime Professional and is certified as a Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb).

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