For the past six years Cleveland-Marshall’s Cybersecurity and Privacy Protection Coenter has hosted this cross-sector event featuring rich content relevant to lawyers, compliance professionals, technology experts, regulators and executives responsible for developing security and privacy policies.
9 Ohio CLE, including 1 Ethics credit *approved. 9 IAPP CPE pending.
(*Ethics credit requires attending Data Ethics & Automated Decision-Making panel 5/21 12:40-1:40)
Ohio Lt. Governor Jon Husted
As Secretary of State, Jon made it his mission to make Ohio the best state in the Midwest to do business by improving customer services and reducing wait times for entrepreneurs. Under his leadership, the state moved beyond week-long processing of paper forms and made it possible for businesses to interact with the state over the internet with the click of a button. He has also reduced the cost for starting a business in Ohio by 21 percent — making Ohio the least costly state in the Midwest to start and maintain a new business.
On November 6, 2018, Jon Husted was elected to serve as Lt. Governor of the State of Ohio. Husted also previously served as Ohio Secretary of State, Speaker of the Ohio House of Representatives, and a member of the Ohio Senate.
He earned both his Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees from the University of Dayton.
Senior Vice President and Chief Evangelist for The Center for Internet Security
Tony Sager is a Senior Vice President and Chief Evangelist for CIS® (The Center for Internet Security, Inc.). He leads the development of the CIS Controls™, a worldwide consensus project to find and support technical best practices in cybersecurity. Sager champions of use of CIS Controls and other solutions gleaned from previous cyber-attacks to improve global cyber defense. He also nurtures CIS’ independent worldwide community of volunteers, encouraging them to make their enterprise, and the connected world, a safer place. In November 2018, he added strategy development and outreach for CIS to his responsibilities.
In addition to his duties for CIS, he is an active volunteer in numerous community service activities: the Board of Directors for the Cybercrime Support Network; and a member of the National Academy of Sciences Cyber Resilience Forum; Advisory Boards for several local schools and colleges; and service on numerous national-level study groups and advisory panels.
Sager retired from the National Security Agency (NSA) after 34 years as an Information Assurance professional. He started his career there in the Communications Security (COMSEC) Intern Program, and worked as a mathematical cryptographer and a software vulnerability analyst. In 2001, Sager led the release of NSA security guidance to the public. He also expanded the NSA’s role in the development of open standards for security. Sager’s awards and commendations at NSA include the Presidential Rank Award at the Meritorious Level, twice, and the NSA Exceptional Civilian Service Award. The groups he led at NSA were also widely recognized for technical and mission excellence with awards from numerous industry sources, including the SANS Institute, SC Magazine, and Government Executive Magazine.
Mr. Sager holds a B.A. in Mathematics from Western Maryland College and an M.S. in Computer Science from The Johns Hopkins University.
Senior Attorney, FTC Division of Privacy and Identity Protection
Jim Trilling is a senior attorney in the Federal Trade Commission’s Division of Privacy and Identity Protection, where he leads policy initiatives, investigations, and litigation. He has played leading roles in numerous FTC privacy and data security matters, including the FTC’s cases against Everalbum, Inc., Uber Technologies, Inc., Wyndham Hotels and Resorts, LLC, and CyberSpy Software, LLC. He served a two-year detail as counsel to the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, where he conducted investigations and worked on legislative proposals regarding privacy, data security, and a variety of other issues. Before joining the FTC, he litigated cases in private practice and clerked for Judge David F. Hamilton.