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Eran Kahana to Lead Panel Discussion at Cyber Security Summit 2013 (Sponsored by Maslon)

October 22, 2013

Eran Kahana, special counsel in Maslon's Business & Securities Group, will serve as a panel moderator at the Cyber Security Summit 2013 to be held on October 22 - 23, 2013, at the Minneapolis Convention Center. The Summit aims to establish a multi-stakeholder consortium that brings together industry, government and academic interests to improve the state of both domestic and international cyber security. Maslon is a panel sponsor for the event.

Eran will moderate a panel discussion on October 22, in a session titled "Threat to the CEO: Where a Lack of Knowledge Can Lead." The program will address the recent environment of increasing security breaches which has led to extreme consequences for companies of all sizes. Eran will lead his panelists—including Brian Kenyon, Vice President and CTO of Security Connected, McAfee—through an exploration of various case studies in which "not knowing" was not an excuse. Attendees will hear about some of the potential business issues that can arise from decreased cyber security measures, the costs associated, and how to mitigate these outcomes to protect a business.

Eran Kahana is an intellectual property attorney with a strong IT background and extensive experience advising clients in domestic and international settings. He focuses his practice on matters such as drafting and negotiating complex software, patent, and trademark licenses, joint development agreements, service agreements and a wide-range of e-commerce related matters. Eran is a frequent speaker and writer on various intellectual property topics and a Research Fellow at the Stanford Law School, Law, Science & Technology Center.

For more information, go to Cyber Security Summit.


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