Gray to Moderate Panel at Women Leaders in Cybersecurity Conference十月 14, 2016
O’Melveny partner Danielle Gray will moderate the “Cybersecurity and Coordinating the Regulatory Landscape” panel at the Women Leaders in Cybersecurity Conference at NYU on October 14, 2016.
According to the conference’s website, there is a considerable talent shortage for cybersecurity positions across industry sectors, and it is well-established that women are greatly underrepresented in cybersecurity careers. The conference will explore the numerous opportunities for cybersecurity careers and career advancement, provide substantive discussions on emerging hot topics in the field, and encourage mentoring and power-brokering to collectively address the issue of closing the gender gap in this important field.
A founding member of O’Melveny’s Data Security and Privacy Practice, Gray advises companies on cyber risk-management, governance, and incident response. She handles complex legal, policy, and regulatory issues, as well as internal investigations and government enforcement actions.
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