The SHIELD Act creates stricter data privacy standards for businesses with New York customers and fully went into effect on March 21, 2020. Are you complying?
When we'll meet:
Thursday, September 17th
Where we'll meet:
Microsoft Teams Webinar
A meeting link will be sent once you register. In order to create a more collaborative experience, we ask that all attendees turn their cameras on for the event.
Jessica Copeland advises her clients in all aspects of business counsel and disputes, with a particular focus on data privacy, cybersecurity and intellectual property. Jessica is co-chair of the firm’s cybersecurity and data privacy practice.
Jessica’s broad experience includes advising clients on data privacy compliance, drafting incident response strategies, managing and/or overseeing cybersecurity breaches, and compliance with breach notification requirements. She also has experience handling the transactional aspects of intellectual property, including drafting and negotiating licenses, preparing and prosecuting trademark applications, preparing opinions, conducting due diligence investigations and negotiating technology vendor contracts with respect to data privacy compliance and IP protection.
Jared Humiston is the proud Owner and President of Adirondack Technical Solutions (ADKtechs). Jared developed the earliest cyber security programs in the Capital Region before opening ADKtechs in 2005.
Over the years, ADKtechs has had steady growth while instilling Jared’s belief that to be successful, ADKtechs needs to provide exceptional customer service, invest in the community, and make continued education a part of everyday practices. A member of Albany Business Review’s 40 Under 40 class, Jared and his team have received a multitude of other regional accolades including Washington County Small Business of the Year (2013 & 2019), Steven M. Sutton Small Business of the Year (2014), and the Ethics in Business Award (2017).
In Jared’s off hours, he’s a volunteer coach for Argyle youth programs and serves as a member of the Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce, Washington County Local Development Corporation, and Argyle Youth Commission boards.